MS(Thoracic Surgery)

 
The Course is organized by the National Institute of diseases of the Chest and Hospital. The course is divided into three parts and classes for Part-1 are held in DMCH. Classes of Part-II are organized by DMCH and NIDCH. Classes for Part-III are organized by NIDCH.

COURSE CURRICULUM FOR THE MS (Thoracic Surgery)

PART-A

  • Anatomy
  • Physiology, Biochemistry, Pharmacology
  • Pathology, immunology, biostatistic
  • General surgery

All mentioned in syllabus

PART-B

  1. Thoracic Surgery (Syll: 1-30)
  2. Operative Surgery (Chest)
  3. Surgical Pathology (Chest Diseases)
  4. Thoracic Anesthesiology (Principle)
  5. Cardiac Surgery (Principle of open heart surgery- heart- lung mac)
  6. Vascular Surgery (Aneurysm principle of repair)
 

SYLLABUS FOR THE MASTER OF SURGERY (THORACIC)

BANGABANDHU SHEIKH MUJIB MEDICAL UNIVERSITY (BSMMU)

 

PART – A

A.        Anatomy:

  1. Gross Anatomy & Regional Anatomy
  2. General
  3. Lungs, Bronchovascular Segment, Trachea, Mediastinum,  Pleura, Diaphragm, Thoracic cavity & chest wall, oesophagous
  4. Heart
  5. Blood vessels & lymphatics
  6. Gl tract (stomach, duodenum, small and large gut, liver, spleen, pancreas, omentun, mesentry, portal system)
  1. Developmental Anatomy of Respiratory Systen
  2. Histology – of allied subject
  3. Applied Anatomy – of allied subject

B.        Physiology, Biochemistry & Pharmacology

  1. Physiology :
    1. General Principle of Physiology
    2. Cardiovascular Physiology
  1. Cardiac cycle
  2. Heart muscle & its contractions
  3. Conducting system and Electro-Physiology
  4. Haemodynamics

 

    1. Respiratory Physiology with Positive Pressure Ventilation (Artificial ventilation)

      a) Respiratory functions & tests
      b) Positive Pressure Ventilation (Artificial ventilation)
      c) Blood gases
      d) Blood vessels & lymphatics

    1. Physiology of Nervous System – specially cardio-resp. innervation
  1. Pharmacology :
    1. General Pharmacology
      1. Machanism of drug action
      2. Drug interaction
      3. Adverse reaction to drug
      4. Principle of drug therapy
    1. Pain killers
    2. Chemotherapy & Antibiotics (Pharmacology of Respiratory system in the surgical pain)
    3. Diuretics
    4. Drug working on Autonomic Nervous System
    5. Anticoagulants
    6. Bronchodilators & Mucolytic agtents
    7. Steroid in Surgery
    8. Vasodilators
    9. Vitamin and Mineral