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    Master of Physiotherapy(Specialization-Cardiopulmonary Physiotherapy)

    Scheme of examination and courses of studies

    MPT FIRST YEAR

    Paper Title of the

    paper

    Teachin

    g

    Hrs./Wee

    k

    Max. Marks Allowed Minimum

    passing

    marks in

    aggregate

    External

    Assessme

    nt

    Internal

    Assessme

    nt

    Tot

    al

    Semester I

    MC101 Basic

    MedicalSciences

    5 80 20 100 50%

    MC102 Biomechanics 5 80 20 100 50%

    MC103 ResearchMethodology& Biostatics

    5 80 20 100 50%

    MP101 Assessment& Evaluation

    in Cardio

    pulmonary

    Physiotherapy

    5 80 20 100 50%

    skillsacquisition

    and

    refinement

    24 - - - -

    Semester II

    MC201 Management&EducationalMethodology

    in

    Physiotherapy

    5 80 20 100 50%

    MC202 PhysiotherapyMethods -I 5 80 20 100 50%

    MP201 Cardiopulmonary

    PhysiotherapyTechniques

    5 80 20 100 50%

    skillsacquisition

    and

    refinement

    24 - - - -

    MPT SECOND YEAR

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    Surgical

    conditions ofheart, lung &

    vascular

    system

    skillsacquisition

    and

    refinement

    24 - - - -

    *Dissertation 5 - - - -

    Semester IV

    MC401 AppliedExercise

    Physiology

    5 80 20 100 50%

    MP401 Physiotherapy

    in theIntensive

    Care Unit

    5 80 20 100 50%

    MP402 Currentconcepts in

    Cardiopulmonary

    Physiotherapy

    5 80 20 100 50%

    practical skills

    acquisition

    and

    refinement

    24 240 60 300 50%

    Dissertation 5 160 40 200 50%

    Students shall undergo clinical and field posting for refinement and acquisition of clinical skills

    in the clinics of the department and any other places as may require time to time. Students shalltake up structured teaching assignments during the entire course of two years. Viva-Voce for the

    dissertation work and Practical Examination will be conducted at end of the fourth semester. The

    candidate shall be evaluated for competency in clinical skills, clinical decision making andteaching and communication skills.

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    SYLLABUSMPT (PART-I)

    (Specialization: Cardiopulmonary Physiotherapy)

    (Semester I)

    Paper Code: MC101

    Basic Medical Sciences

    Instruction for the paper setterThe question paper will consist of five sections of A, B, C, D and E. Sections A, B, C, and D will

    have two questions from respective sections of the syllabus and will carry 14 marks each. Onequestion from each section is compulsory to attempt. Section E will have 12 short questions,

    which will cover the entire syllabus uniformly and will carry 24 marks in all. Pass percentage is

    50% and time allotted is 3 hours.

    Instruction for the CandidateThe question paper will consist of five sections of A, B, C, D and E. Sections A, B, C, and D will

    have two questions from respective sections of the syllabus and will carry 14 marks each. Onequestion from each section is compulsory to attempt. Section E will have 12 short questions,

    which will cover the entire syllabus uniformly and will carry 24 marks in all. Pass percentage is

    50% and time allotted is 3 hours.

    Section A

    A review of organization and regulation of motor system

    Types of movement and factors affecting contact and range of motion at synovial joints

    Skeletal muscle tissueMuscle metabolism

    Contraction and relaxation of muscle

    Control of muscle tensionA review of control system of body (Motor and sensory)

    Structure function and organization of nervous tissue

    Electrical signals in neurons and its transmission

    Regeneration and repair of nervous tissueFunctional organisation of cerebral cortex

    Sensory motor and integrative system (Sensation, somatic sensation, Sensory pathways,

    motor pathways).

    Reflexes and reflex arcs

    Section B

    A review of structure and function of cardio vascular system

    A review of structure and function of respiratory systemA review of structure and function of endocrinal system

    Section c:

    Basics of radiology including ultrasonography , CT & MRI scanning

    Imaging of the head and neck.Imaging of spine AND THORAXImaging of LOWER LIMB.

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    Books suggested

    Grays Anatomy - Williams & Warwick - Churchill Livingstone.

    Grants Methods of Anatomy - Basmajian & Sloncker - Williams & Wilkins.

    Clinical Anatomy for Medical Students - Snells Lippincott. Textbook of Medical Physiology - Guyton - Mosby.

    Pathologic Basis of Diseases - Robbins, Kotran and Kumar W.B. Saunders.

    Text Book of Radiology - Sutton D. - Churchill Livingstone.

    The Pharmacological basis of Therapeutics - Goodman and Gilman - MacMillan.

    2. Pharmacology and Pharmacotherapeutics - Satoskar & Bhandarkar - Popular

    Publications - Bombay

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    Paper Code: MC102

    Biomechanics

    Instruction for the paper setterThe question paper will consist of five sections of A, B, C, D and E. Sections A, B, C,

    and D will have two questions from respective sections of the syllabus and will carry 14marks each. One question from each section is compulsory to attempt. Section E will

    have 12 short questions, which will cover the entire syllabus uniformly and will carry 24

    marks in all. Pass percentage is 50% and time allotted is 3 hours.

    Instruction for the CandidateThe question paper will consist of five sections of A, B, C, D and E. Sections A, B, C,and D will have two questions from respective sections of the syllabus and will carry 14

    marks each. One question from each section is compulsory to attempt. Section E will

    have 12 short questions, which will cover the entire syllabus uniformly and will carry 24marks in all. Pass percentage is 50% and time allotted is 3 hours.

    The dissertation work of 200 marks will be allotted in the Third Semester and topic forthe same will be given after the second Semester. Viva-Voce Examination for the

    dissertation work and Practical Examination for Clinical Skills and Reasoning will be

    conducted at end of the fourth semester.

    SECTION A

    1. Introduction to Kinesiology and Biomechanics.

    2. Principle of Biomechanics, Nature and importance of Biomechanics in

    Physiotherapy.

    SECTION B

    3.Introduction to biomechanical analysis of humane motion. Analytical tools andtechniques Isokinetic dynamometer, kinesiological EMG, electronic

    goniometer, force platform, videography.

    SECTION C

    4. Biomechanics of shoulder and shoulder girdle, elbow, wrist and

    Hand.5. Biomechanics of Pelvic, Hip, Knee, Ankle & Foot

    6. Biomechanics of Spine.

    SECTION D

    7. Gait analysis

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    Books suggested

    1. James G. Hay The Biomechanics of Sports Techniques, Prentice Hall.2. Brunnstrom - Clinical Kinesiology, F.A. Davis.

    3. Luttgens K., Hamilton N.: Kinesiology Scientific Basis of Human Motion 9th Edi,

    1997, Brown & Benchmark.4. Kreighbaum E., Barthels K.: Biomechanics A Qualitative approach for studying

    Human Motion, 2nd edi. 1985, MacMillan.

    5. Rasch and Burk: Kinesiology and Applied Anatomy, Lee and Fabiger.6. White and Punjabi - Biomechanics of Spine - Lippincott.

    7. Norkin & Levangie: Joint Structure and Function - A Comprehensive Analysis - F.A.

    Davis.

    8. Kapandji: Physiology of Joints Vol. I, II & III, W.B. Saunders.9. Northrip et al: Analysis of Sports Motion: Anatomic and Biomechanics perspectives,

    W.C. Brown Co., IOWA.

    10. Leveac B.F.: Basic Biomechanics in Sports and Orthopedic Therapy, C.V. Mosby.

    11. De Boer & Groot: Biomechanics of Sports, CRL Press, Florida.12. Basmajian - Muscle alive - Williams & Wilkins.

    13. Nordin & Frankel - Basic Biomechanics of Muscular Skeletal Systm - Williams &Wilkins.

    14. Bartlet - Introduction to Sports biomechanics - F & FN Spon Madras.

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    Paper Code: MC103

    Research Methodology and Biostatistics

    Instruction for the paper setterThe question paper will consist of five sections of A, B, C, D and E. Sections A, B, C,

    and D will have two questions from respective sections of the syllabus and will carry 14marks each. One question from each section is compulsory to attempt. Section E will

    have 12 short questions, which will cover the entire syllabus uniformly and will carry 24

    marks in all. Pass percentage is 50% and time allotted is 3 hours.

    Instruction for the CandidateThe question paper will consist of five sections of A, B, C, D and E. Sections A, B, C,and D will have two questions from respective sections of the syllabus and will carry 14

    marks each. One question from each section is compulsory to attempt. Section E will

    have 12 short questions, which will cover the entire syllabus uniformly and will carry 24marks in all. Pass percentage is 50% and time allotted is 3 hours.

    The dissertation work of 200 marks will be allotted in the Third Semester and topic forthe same will be given after the second Semester. Viva-Voce Examination for

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