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Community Medical Services & Essential Drugs (CMS & ED)

  • Community Medical Services & Essential Drugs (CMS & ED)


    Diploma in Community Medical Service and Essential Drugs (CMS & ED) course is 1.5years program with 2 semesters+ 6month training. CMS & ED Diploma Course is for practicing in the sector of primary Health Care by general allopathic medicines which are approved by world health organization (WHO) for primary health care. The Hon. Supreme Court of India has given an order that CMS & ED Diploma holder can practice in allopathic prescription for all diseases including infection diseases. Medical professionals holding degree with BEMS, BHMS, BAMS, BUMS, Naturopathy, Alternative Medicines, Psychology, EMO Doctors who wants to practice in Allopathy medicines can opt for CMS&ED Diploma course.


                                                           DETAILED SYLLABUS

    First year Part -1 Anatomy 1. Cell, tissues, Organ, structure 2. Skeleton system- structure & function 3. Cardiovascular system 4. Muscular system 5. Respiratory system 6. Digestive system 7. Excretory system 8. Endocrine system 9. Reproduction system 10.Nervous system 11.Special senses ( eye, ear ,nose ,skin)


    Part 2 Physiology

    1. Cell, tissues- normal physiology 2. Skeleton system- A.P.L. function 3. Cardiovascular system – cardiac cycle action4. Muscular system- potential special 5. Respiratory system – junction tissues 6. Digestive system - composition 7. Excretory system 8. Reproduction system 9. Endocrine system 10.Nervous system


    Part -3 Pathology

    1. General pathology 2. Clinical pathology 3. Bacteriology 4. Parasitological 5. Fungi logy 6. Helminthological 7. Applied pathology 8. Advance pathology


    Part -4 Health and Hygiene

    1. Food and nutrition 2. Community health and hygiene 3. Environment and sanitation 4. Home nursing 5. First aid 6. Ors, breast feeding, health food etc. Part- 5 Pharmacology 1. Definition of drugs, 2. Pharmacy-source of drug, 3. Form of drugs. 4. Route of administration 5. Various types of drugs –classification, 6. Advantage and disadvantage of drugs 7. Dose definition, minimum and maximum dose, calculating of dose 8. Injection –definition, purpose of injection common dangers of injection, 9. Different routes of Infusion. 10. Infection definition 11. Sterilization –disinfection 12. Methods of transmission diseases 13. Immunity definition –types Bacteria- common bacteria Virus definition, small poxvirus, chicken pox virus measles, polio, aids virus 14. Definition of toxicology. General Principal of clinical toxicology, 15. Classification of poisonsGeneral treatment of poisoning -


                                                                 2nd year

    Part -1 Medical jurisprudence 1. Criminal courts in India 2. Indian legal system 3. Procedure in court 4. Medical ethics 5. Injuries 6. Rape indecent assaults, battery 7. Medical examination and consent


    Part – 2- Obstetrics and gynecology 1. Obstetrics- (a) Antenatal care (b) Safe Delivery (c) Postnatal care 2. Gynecology- Common Diseases 3. Family Welfare- Family planning methods (Temporary & Permanent) 4. Investigation of Sterility 5. Reproductive & Child Health (RCH) 6. National family Welfare pregnancy 7. Complications of pregnancy 8. Complications of Labor 9. Common Gynecological Disorders.


    Part – 3- Practice of Medicine 1. Communicable diseases : Prevention, Control and Treatments 2. Deficiency diseases 3. Endocrine diseases 4. Home remedies 5. First Aid 6. Home Nursing 7. Drug addiction 8. Mental diseases


    Part – 4- Primary Health Care 1. Family Welfare 2. Investigation of Sterility 3. Temporary methods 4. Permanent methods 5. Gynecology 6. Antenental care 7. Postnatal care 8. Health education- general, school health, nutrition, sex etc. 9. Special Diseases & general, school health, nutrition, sex etc. Essential Drugs training (primary level) - 350 drugs. Practical examination will be for assessment of patients, immunization, blood smear drawing, Albumin test for urine, ORS preparation etc. 


    ELIGIBILTY: HSC/10+2 in any discipline (preferably with science) from Recognized University / Board / Council / University



    Community Health Worker ï‚· Rural Medical Officer ï‚· General Physician ï‚· Health Physician ï‚· Dietician ï‚· Psychologist (with Ph.D. Psychology)E ï‚· Emergency Health Physician in Rural Areas ï‚· Assistant Doctor ï‚· Assistant Pharmacist ï‚· Primary Health Care ï‚· Generic Medicines ï‚· Allopathic Practitioner