Curriculum | MPT (Cardiopulmonary) | Medical and Surgical Management of Cardiopulmonary Conditions

MPT 2nd Yr (CARDIO PULMONARY)

Medical and Surgical Management of Cardiopulmonary Conditions

PAPER CODE-03010202

TEACHING HOURS: 120 

THEORY: 80 MARKS

  TIME: 3 HRS

S. No Contents of the Topic Learning Objectives (At the end of the course the student shall be able to) Teaching Guidelines Methodology Time
      1.           Cardiology

 

To understand and learn the pathological and clinical presentation of various cardiac conditions and its medical and surgical management To Cover

·         Disorders of cardiac rate rhythm and conduction.

·         Cardiac Arrest and Shock

·         Atherosclerosis

·         Coronary Artery Disease

·         Diseases of the myocardium

·         Infective endocarditis

·         Cardiomyopathy

·         Diseases of pericardium

·         Congenital heart disease.

·         Diseases of the heart valve.

·         Heart disease in pregnancy

·         Peripheral Vascular Disease

·         Rheumatic Fever.

·         Orthostatic Hypotension and Hypertension Cardio-pulmonary Resuscitation.

Lecture Discussion

Students seminars

Case discussion

OPD and IPD visits

SIS

40
      2.           Pulmonary To understand and learn the pathological and clinical presentation of various pulmonary conditions and its medical and surgical management To Cover

·         Obstructive Pulmonary Diseases

·         Infections of respiratory System

·         Restrictive lung diseases

·         Occupational lung diseases

·         Pulmonary disorders due to Systemic inflammatory disease

·         Diseases of the Pleura.

·         Respiratory failure

·         Conventional approaches to managing neuromuscular failure

Lecture Discussion

Students seminars

Case discussion

OPD and IPD visits

SIS

40
      3.           ICU Management To identify various instruments used in ICU.

 

To learn the principle of Mechanical ventilator

To Cover

·         Supplementary Oxygen and Oxygen Delivery Devices in ICU, in chronic Respiratory disease and LTOT.

·         Maintaining and Removing Artificial Airway

·         Mechanical Ventilator-Types, mode, Principles governing ventilation, Physiological effects and Complication.

Lecture Discussion

Students seminars

Case discussion

ICU visits

SIS

20
      4.           Cardiothoracic Surgeries Identify various changes in cardio-thoracic surgeries.

 

To assess and implement various interventions for pre and post operative treatment

To Cover

·         Preoperative Assessment of Patients

·         Pre and Post Operative Blood Gas Exchange

·         Incisions

·         Closed versus Open Heart Surgeries

·         All Pulmonary Surgeries like Lobectomy, Pneumonectomy

·         Haemoynamics Performance of CTVS Patient

·         Emergencies in CTVS

·         AV Shunts

·         Heart Transplant

·         Left Ventricular Assistive Devices

·         Procedure on Sternum, Chest Wall, Diaphragm, Mediastinum and Esophagus

·         Cardiopulmonary Bypass

Lecture Discussion

Students seminars

Case discussion

OPD and IPD visits

SIS

20

 

References

  1. Guidelines for Pulmonary Rehabilitation Programs- 3rd Edition, AACVPR.
  2. Principle and practice of Cardiopulmonary Physiotherapy-Donna Frownfelter, E Dean.
  3. Essential of Cardiopulmonary PT, Sadowsky, W.B. Saunder.
  4. Physiotherapy for Respiratory and cardiac problems-Jennifer A Pryor, A Prasad
  5. Guidelines for Cardiac Rehabilitation and Secondary Prevention Program, 4th Edition – AACVPR.
  6. AACPVR Cardiac Rehabilitation resource manual- by AACVPR.
  7. Heart Disease and Rehabilitation- by Pollock and Schmidt.
  8. Principles of Mechanical Ventilation- Chang.
  9. Understanding Mechanical Ventilation- Hasan
  10. Chest physiotherapy in intensive care unit- Mackenzie et al – Williams and Wilkins.