::CURRICULAM : Phase I MBBS : UG Time Table & Foundation Course (2020-2021)
COIMBATORE MEDICAL COLLEGE TIME TABLE PHASE I
M.B.B.S 2020-2021


 
MON TH  
ANATOMY
 
PHYSIOLOGY
BIOCHEMISTR Y
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
FEBRU ARY
 
ETHICS     IN ANATOMY AN 82.1
 
AETCOM MODULE 1:
The Cadaver as Our First Teacher (COMPETENCY :
Demonstrate respect and follows the correct procedure when handling cadavers and other biologic tissue)
 
 
GENERAL ANATOMY
Anatomical terminology AN 1.1 - 1.2
General features of Bones & Joints AN 2.1 - 2.6
General features of Muscle AN 3.1 - 3.3 General features of Skin and Fascia AN 4.1
- 4.5
General features of the Cardiovascular system AN 5.1 - 5.8 General Features of Lymphatic system AN 6.1 - 6.3
Introduction to the Nervous system AN 7.1 - 7.8
 
GENERAL HISTOLOGY - I
Epithelium histology AN 65.1
- 65.2
Connective tissue histology AN 66.1
- 66.2
Bone & Cartilage AN 71.1 - 71.2
 
UPPER LIMB - I
Features of individual bones (Upper Limb) AN 8.1 - 8.6
Pectoral region AN 9.1
- 9.3
Axilla, Shoulder
 
I GENERAL PHYSIOLOGY
Cell physiology PY1.1,PY1.3,PY1.4,PY1.
5, PY1.7,PY 1.8,PY 1.9
Homeostasis PY1.2
Transport across cell membrane PY 1.5
Body fluids PY 1.6 ActionpotentialsPY 1.8
 
BLOOD I
Blood compositions and functions PY 2.1
RBC PY2.4,PY 2.5
Haemoglo bin PY 2.3,PY2.5 WBC PY 2.6
Blood groups PY2.9 Blood volume
 
SDL
Functional organization of cell Lymph
Tissues
 
SMALL GROUP DISCUSSION.
Blood transfusion reactions
 
 
PRACTICALS Haematology Study of microscope and haemocytometer
Instruments used for minor experiments Haemoglobin estimation
Estimation of RBC count & WBC count.
EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE:
Departmental level; Haemolytic diseases of newborn, Anaemia, hypoproteinemia.
Clinical department:
Blood bank
 
AETCOM MODULE 2:
 
What does it mean to be a doctor?
 
(COMPETENCY :
Enumerate and describe professional qualities and roles of a physician, Describe and discuss commitment to lifelong learning, Describe and discuss role of physician, Identify, discuss
GENERAL BIOCHEMISTRY
CELL,ENZYMES THEORY
BI 1.1 ,BI 2.1 ,BI
2.3,BI 2.4
BI 2.5, BI 2.6
 
SMALL GROUP TEACHING
BI 2.7
 
PRACTICALS
BI 11.1,2.2, BI 11.13, BI
11.14
 
SELF DIRECTED LEARNING
Clinical Enzymology
 
EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE DEPARTMENT
Enzyme charts
 
INTEGRATIO N
 
HORIZONTAL PHYSIOLOGY
Cell (Core)
 
 
  and Scapular region AN 10.1 - 10.13
Arm & Cubital fossa AN 11.1 - 11.6
 
PRACTICALS/ SMALL GROUP TEACHING
Dissection and demonstration of Theory topics
 
SELF DIRECTED LEARNING
Types of ossification Microscope Hematoxylin and Eosin staining
 
EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE
 
INTEGRATION:
VERTICAL RADIOLOGY
X-rays of upper limb
(CORE)
 
GENERAL SURGERY
Breast, brachial plexus, Nerve palsies, palm and retinaculum (CORE)
physician role and responsibility to society and community)
 
 
 
INTEGRATION:
 
Vertical
Apoptosis , Anaemia , Bloodgroups– Pathology PEDIATRICS-
[ NON CORE]
Physiology of infancy
 
Horizontal:
pH,buffer , plasmaproteins, hemoglobin, jaundice – biochemistry
 
 
 
Month ANATOMY PHYSIOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
MARC H
GENERAL HISTOLOGY - II
 
Muscle histology AN 67.1 - 67.3
Nervous tissue histology AN 68.1
- 68.3
Blood Vessels AN 69.1
- 69.3
Glands & Lymphoid tissue AN 70.1 - 70.2 Integumentary System AN 72.1
 
UPPER LIMB - II
Forearm & Hand AN 12.1 - 12.15
 
Nerves of upper limb Small joints of hand
 
General Features, Joints, Radiographs & Surface marking AN 13.1 - 13.8
 
LOWER LIMB - I
Features of individual bones (Lower Limb) AN 14.1 - 14.4
Front & Medial side of Thigh AN
15.1 - 15.5
Gluteal region & back of Thigh AN
16.1 - 16.6
LOWER LIMB II
Hip Joint AN 17.1- 17.3 Knee joint,
Anterior compartment of leg & Dorsum of foot AN 18.1 -18.7
Back of Leg & Sole AN 19.1 – 19.7
General Features, Joints, radiographs & Surface marking
AN 20.1 -20.10
PRACTICALS/
SMALL GROUP TEACHING
Dissection and demonstration of theory topics
SELF DIRECTED LEARNING
GENERAL EMBRYOLOGY
Introduction to Embryology AN
BLOOD - II
 
Plasma proteins PY 2.2
Reticuloendothelial system Immunity PY2.10
Lymph Blood volume Haemostasis PY 2.7
 
NERVE AND MUSCLE
 
Introduction to nervous system Neuron, neuroglia PY 3.1
Nerves – classification, regeneration & degeneration PY 3.2 PY 3.3
Neuromuscular junction PY 3.4, PY 3.5
Applied physiology of muscle – rigor mortis, myasthenia gravis
PY 3.6 PY 3.13
Smooth muscle PY 3.7
 
Introduction to muscle Properties of skeletal muscle Electron microscopic structure of skeletal muscle PY 3.7 ,3.8,3.17
Mechanism of skeletal muscle contraction PY 3.9, PY 3.10
Energy source and muscle metabolism PY3.11
Gradation of muscular activity PY3.12 Autonomic nervous
system PY 10.5
 
PRACTICALS:
 
Estimation of WBC Count PY 2.11
Bleeding time and clotting time
PY 2.11
Differential count PY 2.11 PCV, ESR, Osmotic fragility PY 2.12 ,
Specific gravity
Perform Ergography PY3.14
OSPE – Model Hematology examination
HEMATOLOGY AND IMMUNOLOGY CHEMISTRY OF PROTEINS
 
THEORY
BI 5.1,5.2,6.12
 
VITAMINS AND MINERALS 6.5,6.9 B12,Folic ACID,
Vit.K,Iron
 
IMMUNO LOGY 10.3,10.4,1
0.5
 
SMALL GROUP TEACHING BI6.10
 
PRACTICALS PRECIPITATION & COLOUR REACTIONS OF PROTEINS.
 
SELF DIRECTED LEARNING HEMOGLOBINOPA THIES
EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE
Visit to Biochemist ry Laboratory
 
VERTICAL INTEGRATION
Microbiology- Immunology (Non-Core)
 
 
  76.1 - 76.2
Gametogenesis and Fertilization
AN 77.1 - 77.6
Second week of development AN 78.1 - 78.5
3rd to 8th week of development AN 79.1 - 79.6
Foetal membranes AN 80.1 - 80.7
Prenatal Diagnosis AN 81.1 - 81.3
 
INTEGRATION:
VERTICAL GENERAL SURGERY
Femoral contents and hernia, sciatic nerve, Nerve injuries and palsy, Inguinal Lymph nodes, Varicose veins, DVT, Palpation of vessels
 
GENERAL MEDICINE
Palpation of all vessels in lower limb ( NON- CORE)
 
RADIOLOGY
X-rays of lower limb
(CORE)
 
ORTHOPEDICS
Femur, Hip joint, knee joint , OA, various fractures, flat and club foot, plantar fasciitis (NON -CORE)
 
FORENSIC MEDICINE
Identification of age and legal importance in lower limb (NON -CORE)
HORIZONTAL; PHYSIOLOGY:
Neuron , muscle fibre structure
(NON-CORE)
SDL
Energetics of muscle contraction
 
SMALL GROUP DISCUSSION:
Nerve conduction studies. Myasthenia gravis
Charts
 
EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE:
Clinical charts discussion in haematology and OSPE questions.
INTEGRATION: [ vertical] Hemotocrit, hemostasis, Hemotocrit, hemostasis reticulocyte – Pathology
ANAESTHESIA AND PHARMOCOLOGY-
Neuromuscular blocking agents.
 
GENERAL MEDICINE
Peripheral nerve regeneration and
degeneration, myopathies and
muscular dystrophies
HORIZONTAL;. ANATOMY:
Neuron , muscle fibre structure
 
BIOCHEMISTRY: Muscle
metabolism
 
 
 
MON TH  
ANATOMY
 
PHYSIOLOGY
 
BIOCHEMISTRY
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
APRIL
 
ABDOMEN, PELVIS & PERINEUM - I
 
Anterior abdominal wall AN 44.1-44.7
Posterior abdominal wall AN 45.1-45.3
Male external
genitalia AN 46.1-46.5 Abdominal cavity
AN 47.1 - 47.14
 
Perineum AN 49.1
– 49.5
Vertebral column AN 50.1 - 50.4
 
PRACTICALS/ SMALL GROUP TEACHING
 
Dissection and demonstration of Theory topics
 
SELF DIRECTED LEARNING
Surgical incisions
of anterior abdominal wall Inguinal hernia Intussusception
 
INTEGRATION: VERTICAL ORTHOPEDICS
Scioliosis, Lordosis, Prolapsed disc, Spondylolisthesis, Spina bifida
(NON-CORE)
 
GENERAL MEDICINE
– Lumbar Puncture
(NON-CORE)
 
GENERAL SURGERY –
Planes, Regions, Quadrants of Abdomen, Inguinal canal,
Hesselbach’s triangle, Inguinal Hernia, Abdominal incisions, Testis and Descent, Varicocoele, Phimosis, circumiscision, Greater Sac, Peritoneal Pouches & Folds, Ascities, Peritonitis,
 
GIT
Introduction to GIT PY 4.1
Salivary       secretion      –
composition PY 4.2
Regulation of salivary secretion &
Applied aspects PY 4.2 Stomach – Glands & secretions
PY 4.2
Stomach                           –
composition, regulation of gastric & HCl secretion PY 4.2 Stomach                             –
Experimental evidences,                           gastric mucosal         barrier        & Applied            physiology PY
4.9 4.8
Gut brain axis PY4.6 Gastrointestinal hormones PY 4.5 Gastrointestinal hormones PY 4.5 Digestion & absorption – carbohydrate, protein & fats
PY 4.4
Pancreas – secretion & composition PY 4.2 Pancreatic secretion, regulation & applied aspects PY 4.2 PY 4.8 Liver & gall bladder Bile                  secretion          & composition
PY 4.2 , 4.7
Regulation of bile secretion & applied aspects PY 4.9, 4.8
Secretion of small intestine PY 4.2
GIT             motility            – oesophagus & stomach PY 4.3
GIT motility - small intestine
PY 4.3
GIT motility - applied aspects
PY 4.3
 
CHEMISTRY OF CARBOHYDRA TES
 
BI 3.1,9.1,9.2
 
CHEMISTRY OF LIPIDS
BI4.1
 
VITAMINS AND MINERALS
 
BI 6.5 ,6.9 Vitamin B1,B2.B5,B6,D
Calcium and Phosphorus,
 
SMALL GROUP TEACHING
 
6.10
 
PRACTICALS
Reactions of Carbohydrates BI11.11 Demonstrate estimation of calcium and phosphorous
 
SELF DIRECTED LEARNING
Vitamins and Micro nutrients
 
EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE
 
DEPARTMENT
Nutrition charts
 
VERTICAL INTEGRATION PEDIATRICS
Malnutrition (Core)
 
 
  Sub phrenic abscess, Viscera of abdomen, splenic notch, liver biopsy, calot’s triangle, portosystemic anastomosis, Caput medusa, thoracoabdominal diaphrapgm and diaphragmatic hernia, haemorrhoids, BPH, suprapubic cystotomy, prolapse uterus, Neurologic bsis of Automatic bladder,
Prostatic cancer
(NON-CORE) HORIZONTAL
PHYSIOLOGY -
Digestive Juice
(CORE)
Large intestine – motility, functions & Defecation reflex PY 4.3 SDL:
Gastric secretions
H. pylori
 
SMALL GROUP DISCUSSION:
Gut brain axis Dietary fibre
 
PRACTICALS:
Absolute eosinophil count
Blood grouping and Rh typing
 
EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE: DEPARTMENTAL LEVEL:
Oesophageal manometry Peptic ulcer
 
CLINICAL LEVEL:
Jaundice and liver failure
 
INTEGRATION: HORIZONTAL- ANATOMY :
Digestive system,
BIOCHEMISTRY;
Pancreatyic gastric secretions , digestion and absortion of nutrients, liver ,
Pancreatic and liver function tests VERTICAL:
GENERAL MEDICINE:
Peptic ulcer, GERD, PEDIATRICS:
Anthropometry PY 11.10, growth chart PY11.9
 
 
 
MON TH ANATOMY PHYSIOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
MAY
 
ABDOMEN, PELVIS & PERINEUM - II
 
Pelvic wall and viscera AN 48.1 - 48.8
Sectional Anatomy AN 51.1 - 51.2
Histology & Embryology AN 52.1-52.8
Osteology AN 53.1-
53.4
Radiodiagnosis AN 54.1 - 54.3
Surface marking AN 55.1 - 55.2
 
PRACTICALS/ SMALL GROUP TEACHING
Dissection and demonstration of Theory topics
 
SELF DIRECTED LEARNING
Ureteric constrictions Descent of testes Supports of uterus
 
EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE
 
 
INTEGRATION: VERTICAL
OBSTETRICS & GYNACELOGY
 
Vaginal & Rectal Examination, Superficial and deep pouch, Perineal body, Episiotomy, Perineal tear, Perineal Abscess, anal fissure, pelvic inlet, cavity and outlet,
True and false pelvis, sex determination in male and female pelvis (NON -CORE)
 
RENALS
Introduction to excretory system & physiological anatomy PY 7.1 Renal blood flow, peculiarities of renal function,
JG Apparatus PY 7.2
Mechanism of urine formation &
glomerular filtration rate PY 7.3 Structure of glomerular capillary membrane and factors affecting GFR and Tubuloglomerular feedback, Methods of measurement of GFR & regulation
Tubular functions & reabsorption
PY 7.3
Loop of Henle –counter current
multiplier PY 7.3
Renal handling of sodium and potassium and osmolarity
Regulation of acid base balance in kidney PY 7.5 Plasma clearance & renal function
tests PY 7.4 7.8, Skin & sweat glands
Diuretics, renal disease and artificial
kidney PY 7.7 Disorders of urinary bladder
Physiology of micturition PY 7.6 ,7.9
 
SDL
Non excretory functions of kidney
Skin and sweat glands Regulation of body temperature PY 11.1,11.2,11.3
 
PRACTICALS
General examination
 
METABOLISM OF LIPIDS THEORY BI 4.2,4.3,4.4,4.5,4.6,
 
OXIDATIVE STRESS
and
ANTI-OXIDANTS
BI 7.6,6.5,7.7
 
SMALL GROUP TEACHING
BI 4.5,4.7
 
PRACT ICALS BI 11.9,11.
10
SELF DIRECTED LEARNING
Lipid Storage Disorders Current trends in oxidative stress
 
EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE
 
Diabetology-Diabetes Mellitus
 
VERTICAL INTEGRATION GENERAL MEDICINE
Atherosclerosis (Core)
 
 
   
 
RADIOLOGY
Cross section T8,T10,L1 Barium swallow, Barium meal, barium
enema,
cholecystography, hysterosalphinography, IVP (CORE)
SMALL GROUP DISSCUSSION
Concept of pH and buffer systems in the body Charts
Urine analysis and other renal function tests.
 
EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE
Departmental level: OSPE
Charts discussion in  GIT
, excretory system and body fluids Acute
glomerulonephritis
Renal failure
. Clinical department: Dialysis unit
 
AETCOM MODULE 3:
 
What does it mean to be a patient?
 
(COMPETENCY :
Enumerate and describe professional qualities and roles of a physician Demonstrate empathy in patient encounters)
INTEGRATION : HORIZONTAL -
BIOCHEMISTRY
Renal function tests
 
VERTICAL -
GENERAL MEDICINE
Dialysis,Renal transplantation.
 
ENDOCRINOLOGY
Introduction to endocrinology PY 8.6
Hypothalamus- releasing                 and inhibiting hormone PY      8.2        Anterior pituitary & Growth hormone PY 8.2
Posterior pituitary PY 8.2 Calcium homeostasis                                                   PY 8.1 ,8.2
Thyroid gland and applied aspects PY 8.2
,8.4
 
 
 
    Adrenal cortex PY 8.2
,8.4 ,8.6
Endocrine pancreas PY 8.2, 8.4
Adrenal medulla PY 8.2 , 8.4
Local hormones, Thymus and
Pineal gland PY 8.3
 
SDL
 
Stress response
Pituitary and ovarian axis SMALL GROUP DISCUSSION
Metabolic syndrome Thyroid function tests Charts
 
PRACTICALS
Clinical Examination of Abdomen
 
EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE
Departmental level: Cushings syndrome Rickets.
 
INTEGRATION:
Thyroid function tests Biochemistry PY 8.4
 
 
 
MON
TH
ANATOMY PHYSIOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
JUNE
 
THORAX I
 
Thoracic cage AN 21.1 –
21.11
Mediastinum AN 23.1 –
23.7
Lungs&Trachea AN 24.1 –
24.6
 
GENETICS I
Chromosomes AN 73.1 –
73.3
Patterns of Inheritance AN 74.1 – 74.4
 
PRACTICALS/ SMALL GROUP TEACHING
Dissection and demonstration of theory topics
 
SELF DIRECTED LEARNING
Femoral hernia Guy rope muscles Trendelenburg sign
 
 
INTEGRATION: VERTICAL GENERAL MEDICINE
IHD, Conduction system of Heart, Pleural diseases, Importance of Lung and Bronchopulmonary segments, Fetal circulation, CHD, Surface marking , CVS examination in adults
(NON-CORE)
 
GENERAL SURGERY
Anatomy of Oesophagus, Thoracic Duct, Lymphatic Duct and applied anatomy (CORE)
 
REPRODUCTIVE PHYSIOLOGY
 
Sex determination and aberrant sex differentiation PY 9.1 Female reproductive system physiological anatomy PY 9.4,9.7 Menstrual cycle- functions of ovarian hormones & ovulation tests PY 9.4 ,9.5, PY
9.11
Physiology of pregnancy, functions of placenta & placental hormones
PY 9.8
Maternal changes during pregnancy                             PY
9.8 Parturition PY 9.8
Lactation   PY 9.8 Fetal circulation ,feto- placental unit
Male                  reproductive system – Physiological anatomy, composition of semen                                       &
spermatogenesis  PY 9.3
,9.7,9.9           Testosterone- chemistry,functions mechansim      of     action, regulation       &       applied aspects PY 9.3 ,9.5
 
Tests for pregnancy and infertility PY 9.10 9.12
Contraception PY 9.6
SDL :
Infertility
 
PRACTICALS
Revision of General examination and clinical examination of Abdomen
 
EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE
Departmental level: Infertility Temporary methods of Contraceptio
n
 
DIGESTION AND ABSORPTION
 
THEORY
BI 3.2, BI 3.3 ,BI 4.2,BI 5.3
 
METABOLISM OF CARBOHYDRATES BI 3.4,3.5,3.6,3.7
 
HEME METABOLISM
6.11,
LIVER FUNCTION TEST
6.13,6.14,6.15,11.2
 
XENOBIOTICS
BI 7.5
NUTRITION
BI 8.1,8.2,8.4
 
INTEGRATION OF METABOLISM
BI 6.1,
 
BIOLOGICAL OXIDATION
AND RESPIRATORY CHAIN
BI 6.6
 
SMALL GROUP TEACHING
BI 3.8,3.10,8.3,8.5,11.23,11,24
 
PRACTICALS
BI 11.12,11.8,11.21
 
SELF DIRECTED LEARNING
Diabetes Mellitus Mitochondrial disorders
 
EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE
Jaundice Case Discussion
 
EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE DEPARTMENT
Liver function test charts
 
VERTICAL INTEGRATION GENERAL MEDICINE
Diabetes Mellitus (Core)
 
PATHOLOGY
Hemglobin Variants
 
 
    INTEGRATION :
Contraception PY 9.6 OG and SPM
RESPIRATORY
Introductionto respiratory           physiology PY           6.1      Mechanics        of breathing & pulmonary ventilation            PY               6.2
Compliance – work of breathing, elastance & surfactant PY 6.2 Gas exchange: diffusion of gases across respiratory membrane
PY 6.2
Transport of gases o2 dissociation curve & co2 dissociation curve
PY 6.3
Lung volumes, capacities, FRC Anatomical & physiological dead
space    PY  6.2 Regulation of respiration Pulmonary circulation & pulmonary oedema PY
5.10
 
 
 
MONTH ANATOMY PHYSIOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
JULY
 
THORAX II
 
Heart & Pericardium AN 22.1 – 22.7
Thorax (embryology) AN 25.1 – 25.9
 
 
GENETICS II
 
Principle of Genetics, Chromosomal Aberrations & Clinical Genetics AN 75.1 – 75.5
 
PRACTICALS/SM ALL GROUP TEACHING
 
Dissection and demonstration of Theory topics
PRACTICALS/SM ALL GROUP TEACHING
 
Dissection and demonstration of theory topics
 
 
SELF DIRECTED LEARNING
 
Cross sectional anatomy of thoracic cavity Fibrous skeleton of heart Bronchopulmonary segments
 
 
 
EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE
 
INTEGRATION:
 
Vertical RADIOLOGY
X-ray chest and Barium swallow (CORE)
 
PEDIATRICS
 
CHD, Congenital Hydrocephalus, CVS examination in children,
Fetal circulation
(NON -CORE)
 
RESPIRATORY
Hypoxia 6.6
High altitude and deep sea physiology PY 6.4,6.5, 6.6
Physiology of exercise- Respiratory     changes PY 11.8
Pulmonary Function Tests PY 6.7
Non respiratory functions of lungs Artificial respiration PY 6.5
 
SDL
Periodic breathing Lung function tests Drowning
 
SMALL GROUP DISCUSSION CPR
Charts
 
PRACTICALS
Examination of respiratory system PY 6.9,
Spirometer PY 6.8 Respiratory efficiency test
,
EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE
Departmental Level: Clubbing Endotracheal intubation Spirometry
interpretation in obstructive and restrictive lung diseases.
INTEGRATION: VERTICAL
Spirometry ––
Respiratory medicine ANAESTHESIA AND
GENERAL
MEDICINE - Basic life support PY 11.14
 
METABOLISM OF PROTEINS THEORY
BI 5.4,9.3
Water and Electrolyte Balance BI 6.7
 
SMALL GROUP TEACHING
 
BI 6.13,6.14,6.15,
BI 5.5,11.3,11.5
 
PRACTICALS
 
BI 11.4,11.7,11.20,11.21 ACID BASE DISORDERS THEORY
BI 6.8,
 
SMALL GROUP TEACHING
 
BI 11.2
 
SELF DIRECTED LEARNING
 
Interpretation of ABG Analysis
 
EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE
Visit to Dialysis
 
DEPARTMENT
Screening of inborn errors charts
 
VERTICAL INTEGRATION PEDIATRICS –Inborn
errors of metabolism (core)
 
HORIZONTAL INTEGRATION PHYSIOLOGY
Acid Base Regulation
 
 
  HORIZONTAL PHYSIOLOGY
Respiration mechanism and types, chamber of heart, coronary arteries, IHD, Conduction system of heart, Pleural Recesses, Lung, Bronchopulmonary segments, Fetal circulation, CHD.
(NON-CORE)
 
 
CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM
 
Introduction to cardiovascular system , functional anatomy of heart. PY 5.1
Conducting system , origin and spread of cardiac
impulse                                PY
5.1, 5.4, 5.6
Properties of cardiac muscle               PY 5.2 Pacemaker and cardiac muscle
potential. PY 5.2
ECG PY 5.5 ,5.6
Cardiac cycle and mechanical changes PY 5.3,5.8 Stroke
volume PY 5.9
Hemodynamics PY 5.7 Heart rate – variations &            regulations            PY 5.9,5.8  Cardiac
output-             definition,
measurements                & factors regulating PY 5.9,5.8                         Micro
circulation       PY      5.10 Blood         pressure         – definition, physiological variations                          &
measurements, blood pressure – factors regulating BP  & applied aspects PY 5.9,5.8
Coronary circulation PY 5.10
Cerebral circulation PY 5.10
Splanchnic circulation PY 5.10 Physiology of exercise-CVS
changes PY 11.8 Shock – definition, classification,
pathophysiology &
treatment PY 5.11
CVS – Applied aspects.
 
PRACTICALS
Examination of pulse
 
AETCOM MODULE 4:
 
The Doctor Patient Relationship
 
(COMPETENCY :
Enumerate and describe professional qualities and roles of a physician Demonstrate empathy in patient encounters)
 
 
    Examination of cardiovascular system PY 5.15,
Effect of posture and exercise on blood pressure PY 5.12
Revision of effect of posture and exercise on blood pressure and examination of cardiovascular system
Record and interpret a normal
ECG
Cardiac autonomic function tests.
Harvard step test PY 3.16
SDL
Functional anatomy of heart
Flow volume loop
P50 and its significance
   
 
INTERNAL ASSESSMENT
 
 
 
MONTH
 
ANATOMY
PHYSIOLOGY HORMONES  
  HEAD AND NECK  
CNS - I
Organisation of nervous system
PY 10.1
Nerve fibres   PY 10.1 Synapse– functional anatomy, properties & types PY 10.2 Reflexes, reflex arc,
classification Properties & applied aspects of reflexes Receptors – classification, types & properties PY 10.3
 
Cross section of spinal cord
,UMN and LMN lesion PY10.6Neurotransmitters PY10.10
Properties        &         applied aspects of  reflexes Sensory receptors –
classification,
types & properties
SDL
Grading of reflexes
SMALL GROUP DISCUSSION
Golgi tendon organ and muscle spindle Wallerian degeneration. PRACTICALS:
Examination of motor system PY 10.11
Examination of reflexes PY
10.11 Revision of motor system examination and reflexes
Sensory system examination PY 10.11
 
EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE DEPARTMENT LEVEL
Bells palsy Babinski sign INTEGRATION:
HORIZONTAL- ANATOMY
Organization of nervous system,neurons
 
THEORY
 
  - I
Skull osteology AN 26.1 - 26.7
Scalp AN 27.1 - 27.2
Mechanism of Action of Hormones
  Face & Parotid region AN 28.1 -  
  28.10 SMALL GROUP
  Posterior triangle of neck AN 29.1 -
29:4
TEACHING
  Cranial cavity AN 30.1 - 30.5 BI 6.13,6.14,6.15-
  Orbit AN 31.1 - 31.5 Thyroid
  Anterior Triangle AN 32.1 -32.2 and Adrenal Function
    test.
  PRACTICALS/ SMALL GROUP  
  TEACHING HORIZONTAL
  Dissection and demonstration of INTEGRATION
  Theory topics  
    PHYSIOLOGY&
  SELF DIRECTED LEARNING ANATOMY
  Deep cervical fascia Thyroid (Core)
AUGUST Midline structures of neck  
    AETCOM MODULE
  EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE 5:
    The Foundations of
  INTEGRATION: communication 1
  HORIZONTAL: (COMPETENCY :
    Demonstrate ability to
  PHYSIOLOGY communicate to
  Sex determination (CORE) patients in a patient,
    respectful, non-
    threating, non-
  VERTICAL: judgemental and
    empathetic manner)
  GENERAL MEDICINE  
  Facial nerve palsy (NON - CORE)  
   
GENERAL SURGERY
 
  Scalp, deep facial vein, Frey’s  
  Syndrome, wry neck, cranial fossa,  
  foramen and cranial cavity, muscle of  
  mastication, Pterygoid plexus, TM joint,  
  Pterygoid plexus, Submandibular gland  
  and ganglion, sub mandibular joints,  
  Thyroid gland and swellings, Cervical  
  lymph nodes,, cervical rib, facial  
  expression, extra ocular muscles, hyoid  
  bone, thyroid cartilage, surface marking  
  (NON – CORE)  
 
INTERNAL ASSESSMENT
 
 
MONTH ANATOMY PHYSIOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
SEPTEMBE R
HEAD AND NECK II
 
Temporal and Infratemporal regions AN 33.1 - 33.5 Submandibular region AN 34.1 - 34.2
Deep structures in the neck AN 35.1 - 35.10
Mouth, Pharynx & Palate AN 36.1 -36.5
Cavity of Nose AN 37.1 - 37.3
Larynx AN 38.1 -38.3
Tongue AN 39.1 -39.2
Organs of hearing and Equilibrium
AN 40.1 - 40.5,
Eyeball AN 41.1 - 41.3
PRACTICALS/SM
ALL GROUP TEACHING
Dissection and demonstration of Theory topics
 
SELF DIRECTED LEARNING
Parasympathetic ganglia of head and neck Lymphatic drainage of head and neck
 
INTEGRATION: VERTICAL:
ENT:
Palatine tonsil, soft palate, waldeyers lymphatic ring, pyriform fossa, tonsillitis , peritonsilar abscess, killan’s dehiscence, nasal septum, lateral wall of nose, paransasal sinus, sinusitis, maxillary sinus tumours, larynx, laryngitis, recurrent laryngeal nerve palsy, hypoglossal nerve and palsy, external ear, middle ear, auditory tube, internal ear, otitis externa, otitis media, myringotomy (CORE & NON -CORE)
 
 
OPTHALMOLOGY:
Pituitary tumours , visual pathway, horners syndrome, lacrimal apparatus, eyeball, cataract, glaucoma, CRAO, intraocular muscles
(NON-CORE)
 
CNS II
Ascending sensory pathways, sensory cortex, cortical sensations and plasticity PY 10.3
Ascending sensory pathway – spinothalamic ,posterior column PY 10.3
Spinothalamic  tract  –  origin course & termination of anterolateral spinothalamic  tract PY 10.4 Posterior column dorsal & ventral spinocerebellar tracts PY
10.3 Physiology of pain, definition, types, properties, pathway Memory PY 10.9
Cerebellum PY 10.7 Limbic system PY 10.7
Reticular formation PY 10.5 Basal ganglia PY 10.7 Thalamus PY 10.7
Hypothalamus   PY 10.7 Sleep – types, theories, REM, NREM & applied PY 10.8
EEG– origin of brain waves, types, changes during sleep & epilepsy PY 10.8,10.12, 11.11
Learning,       synaptic       events      in learning PY 10.9
Language, speech, types, centers, disorders & applied PY 10.9 Cerebrospinal fluid
Temperature regulation Reticular formation PY 10.5
 
INTEGRATED PHYSIOLOGY
Physiological effects of meditation PY 11.12
Physiology of aging, free radicals and anti-oxidants. PY 11.7
 
SDL
Cortical sensations Papez circuit Learning and memory
 
SMALL GROUP DISCUSSION
EEG PY 11.11,
Charts
 
PRACTICALS:
Cerebellar function tests PY 10.11
 
EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE DEPARTMENTAL LEVEL
 
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
BI 11.15,6.2,6.3,7.1,7.2,7.3
,7.4
 
ONCOGENESIS
BI 10.1,10.2
 
SMALL GROUP TEACHING
6.4
 
SELF DIRECTED LEARNING
Gene Therapy
 
VERTICAL INTEGRATION
 
GENERAL MEDICINE
 
Genetic Disorders (Non Core)
 
 
 
    UMN and LMN lesions Parkinsonism
INTEGRATION: VERTICAL-
Psychiatry-
Limbic system,thalamus,basal ganglia, EEG PY 11.11, Memory
,learning, speech
 
HORIZONTAL ANATOMY-
ascending and descending tracts, autonomic nervous system, spinal cord, basal ganglia, thalamus, cerebellum,
   
INTERNAL ASSESSMENT
 
 
MONTH ANATOMY PHYSIOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY  
  HEAD AND NECK – III
Back Region AN 42.1 - 42.3
Head & Neck
Joints, Histology, Development, Radiography & Surface marking AN 43.1 - 43.9
 
NEUROANATOMY- I
Meninges & CSF AN 56.1 - 56.2
Spinal Cord AN57.1 - 57.5 MeduIla Oblongata AN 58.1 – 58.4
Pons AN 59.1 -59.3
Cerebellum AN 60.1 - 60.3
Midbrain AN 61.1
- 61.3
 
PRACTICALS/SM ALL GROUP TEACHING
Dissection and demonstration of Theory topics
 
SELF DIRECTED LEARNING
Subarachnoid space Tracts of spinal cord
EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE
 
INTEGRATION: VERTICAL:
RADIOLOGY
X-ray skull & PNS plain and contrast,
Carotid and vertebral angiogram
(CORE)
 
HORIZONTAL PHYSIOLOGY
Nervous system, neurons
(CORE)
SPECIAL SENSES  
Instruments
 
  Functional anatomy of eye BI
  PY 10.17,10.18
Optics of eye PY 10.17,10.18
11.1,11.5,11.16,11.17,11
.18,11.19
  Retina PY 10.17,10.18
Phototransduction, light & dark adaptation, binocular
EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE
  vision
PY 10.17
DEPARTMENT
  Visual pathway & effect of lesions at various levels PY Electrophoretic Pattern
  10.17, 10.18 Photochemistry  
  of vision PY 10.17  Colour  
  vision – theories of colour  
  vision & colour blindness  PY  
  10.17 PY 10.18  
  Ear – functional anatomy PY  
  10.15  
  Ear – mechanism of  
  hearing                             PY 10.15  
  Sound and sensory  
  transduction of cochlea PY  
  10.15  
 
OCTOBER
Ear      –     electrophysiology             of hearing  
  PY 10.15 , 10.16  
  Ear – auditory pathway,  
  auditory cortex, applied  
  physiology, deafness, Tests for  
  hearing PY  
  10.16  
  Functional anatomy of  
  vestibular pathway PY 10.4  
  Mechanism of stimulation of  
  vestibular hair cells. PY 10.4  
  Vestibular pathway and tests  
  for vestibular function.  
  PY 10.4  
  Olfaction – microscopic  
  anatomy , receptors,  
 
INTERNAL ASSESSMENT
 
 
MONTH ANATOMY PHYSIOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY  
   
NEUROANATOMY - II
Cranial nerve nuclei & Cerebral hemispheres AN
62.1 - 62.6 Ventricular System AN 63.1 - 63.2 Histology and embryology AN 64.1 - 64.3
 
PRACTICALS/ SMALL GROUP TEACHING
Dissection and demonstration of Theory topics
 
SELF DIRECTED LEARNING
CT and MRI of brain Circumventricular organs
 
INTEGRATION:
HORIZONTAL PHYSIOLOGY
ascending and descending tracts, autonomic nervous system, spinal cord, basal ganglia, thalamus, cerebellum,
(CORE)
  Advances in  
  SPECIAL SENSES Biochemistry
  olfactory pathway, physiology of smell &  
  its disorders  
  PY 10.13 , 10.14  
  Taste – taste buds, taste pathway,  
  physiology & applied aspects  
  PY 10.13, 10.14  
  SDL  
  Electroretinogram  
  Lesions of optic tract  
  SMALL GROUP DISCUSSION  
  Masking of sounds , Sensory  
  neural deafness  
  Errors of refraction  
  Charts  
NOVEMBER    
  PRACTICALS:  
  Cranial nerves examination (1 – 6)  
  PY 10.11  
  Cranial nerves examination (7 -12  
  ) PY 10.11.  
   
EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE
 
  DEPARTMENTAL LEVEL  
  Visual acuity testing,  
  Perimetry,  
  Audiometry  
  INTEGRATION:  
  VERTICAL-  
  ENT-  
  Smell, taste, auditory function  
  tests,  
  OPHTHALMOLOGY:  
  Errors of refraction, colour  
  blindness, visual pathway, evoked  
  potentials.  
INTERNAL ASSESSMENT
DECEMBER REVISION & MODEL EXAMINATION
 

 
 
 
Foundation course for FIRST MBBS: January 2021
 
DATE 11 a.m. – 12 noon 12 noon -1 p.m.
20.1.2021 HIPPOCRATIC OATH WHITE COAT CEREMONY
21.1.2021 INTRODUCTION TO COMPETENCY BASED MEDICAL EDUCATION HEALTH CARE SYSTEM
22.1.2021 OVERVIEW OF MBBS CURRICULUM HEALTH CARE DELIVERY
23.1.2021 VACCINATION SCHEDULE: UIP TIME MANAGEMENT
25.1.2021 COMMUNICATION SKILLS: PART I PERSONAL PROTECTION EQUIPMENT, NEEDLE STICK INJURY
27.1.2021 PRESENTATION SKILLS: PART I COMPUTER SKILLS: PART I
29.1.2021 ROLE OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE IN MEDICAL CURRICULUM GRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATION REGULATION (GMER 2019)
30.1.2021 IMPACT OF MASS MEDIA ON HEALTH HISTORY OF MEDICINE PRIOR TO 1800 A.D
 
 
TOTAL NUMBER OF TEACHING HOURS: 16
 
 
                               FOUNDATION COURSE: TOPICS FOR FEBRUARY 2021                                                                                    
   DATE          TIME                    TOPIC
1.2.2021 (MON) 10 a.m. -11 a.m. INTRODUCTION TO ANATOMY
1.2.2021(MON) 11 a.m. - 12 noon INTRODUCTION TO PHYSIOLOGY
1.2.2021(MON) 12 noon – 1 p.m. INTRODUCTION TO BIOCHEMISTRY
2.2.2021(TUES) 4 p.m. – 5p.m COMPUTER SKILLS PART II
3.2.2021(WED) 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. PROFESSIONALISM PART II
4.2.2021(THURS) 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. IAP VACCINATION SCHEDULE
5.2.2021(FRI) 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. WRITTEN ENGLISH
6.2.2021(SAT) 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. SPOKEN ENGLISH
8.2.2021(MON) 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. AETCOM: ETHICS
9.2.2021(TUES) 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. AETCOM: COMMUNICATION
10.2.2021(WED) 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. AETCOM: ATTITUDE
11.2.2021(THURS) 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. SELF DIRECTED LEARNING PART II
12.2.2021(FRI) 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. UNIVERSAL BIOSAFETY
13.2.2021(SAT) 9 a.m.  - 1 p.m., VISIT TO BLOOD BANK AND DIAGNOSTIC LABS, BY ROTATION
15. 2.2021 to 23.2.2021: 7 HOURS PER DAY EXCEPT ON 21.2.2021 (Reflected separately) 
24.2.2021(WED) 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. COUNSELING PART II
25.2.2021 (THURS) 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. DISTRICT EARLY INTERVENTION CENTRE
26.2.2021 (FRI) 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. CREATING ACADEMIC AMBIENCE PART I
27.2.2021 (SAT) 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. CREATING ACADEMIC AMBIENCE: ACTIVITY
 
TOTAL NUMBER OF HOURS: 22(excluding the 56 hours of 15th to 23rd sessions)
 
 
DATE
 
8.30 -9.30 a.m. 9.30- 10.30 a.m. 10.45- 11.45 a.m. 11.45 a.m. – 12.45 p.m. 1.30- 2.30 p.m. 2.30 – 3.30 p.m. 3.30 – 4.30 p.m.
15.2.2021 Family practice and
Holistic care
Patient safety History of Medicine after 1800 A. D Career pathway and
Personal growth
Rights of persons with disability, Disability Act in India Principles of Primary care Students expectations from the Institution
16.2.2021 Professionalism   Part I Introduction to AETCOM Module, First Professional year University rules and attendance Ill effects of unethical unprofessional behaviour Stress management Online resources Biomedical Waste Management
17.2.2021 Basic Life Support workshop Basic Life Support Basic Life Support Basic Life Support Community based learning Music and healing Yoga and meditation: Impact on health
18.2.2021 Indian Medical
Graduate
Role play: Concepts in
Health care
Gender issues Assessment driven learning Self-Directed Learning Mentoring Prevention of Ragging
19.2.2021 Mutual respect Pedagogy Health beliefs and life style Interpersonal relationships Counselling Part 1 Viva Universal precautions and Biohazard safety
20.2.2021 First aid First aid First aid First aid Simulation based
learning
Simulation based learning Simulation based learning
22.2.2021 Group dynamics Introduction to Research Methodology
 
Physician’s role in society Value of Honesty Formative and Summative assessment Documentation in Patient care, Death and Dying in India Value of Integrity
23.2.2021 Peer assisted learning Group learning AETCOM Module II, III Professional years Local language Review of Literature Communication in Medical Practice
 
 
 
 
 
 
TOTAL NUMBER OF HOURS: 56
FOUNDATION COURSE MBBS 2020-21, MARCH
DATE TIMES TOPIC
1.3.2021(MON) 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. PRESENTATION SKILLS: ACTIVITY
2.3.2021(TUES) 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PART I
3.3.2021(WED) 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. SPORTS*
4.3.2021(THURS) 4 p.m. -5 p.m. LEARNING STRATEGIES
5.3.2021(FRI) 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. YOGA, MEDITATION, IMPACT ON HEALTH II; HAND WASHING (IN BATCHES)
6.3.2021(SAT) 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. YOGA, MEDITATION: IMPACT ON HEALTH: II; HAND WASHING (IN BATCHES)
8.3.2021(MON) 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITY*
9.3.2021(TUES) 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY PART II
10.3.2021(WED) 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. REVIEW OF LITERATURE PART II
11.3.2021(THURS) 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. LOCAL LANGUAGE: ACTIVITY
12.3.2021(FRI) 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. SPORTS*
13.3.2021(SAT) 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. VISIT TO BLOOD BANK AND DIAGNOSTIC LABS, BY ROTATION
15.3.2021(MON) 4 p.m.- 5 p.m. LEARNING AS AHEALTH CARE TEAM
16.3.2021(TUES) 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. INDIAN MEDICAL GRADUATE PART II (ACTIVITY)
17.3.2021 (WED) 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PART II
18.3.2021(THURS) 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITY*
19.3.2021(FRI) 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. ROLE PLAY ON COMMUNICATION SKILLS
20.3.2021(SAT) 4 p.m.- 5 p.m. EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITY*
22.3.2021 (MON) 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. ROLE PLAY ON HEALTH BELIEFS AND LIFE STYLE
23.3.2021(TUES) 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. WHAT IS A GROUP DISCUSSION?
24.3.2021(WED) 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. SPORTS*
25.3.2021(THURS) 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. NEWER ASSESSMENT TECHNIQUES
26.3.2021(FRI) 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. INSTITUTION’S EXPECTATIONS FROM STUDENTS
27.3.2021(SAT) 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. IMPACT OF FAMILY STRUCTURE ON HEALTH
29.3.2021(MON) 4.p.m – 5 p.m. LEARNING FROM PATIENTS
30.3.2021(TUES) 4.p.m – 5 p.m. GROUP DYNAMICS PART II
31.3.2021(WED) 4 p.m. -5 p.m. SPORTS*
 
TOTAL NUMBER OF HOURS: 30(INCLUDING4HOURS:SPORTS , 3HOURS :EXTRACURRICULAR )
 
              FOUNDATION COURSE: FIRST MBBS, APRIL 2021     
DATE       TIME TOPIC
1.4.2021(THURS) 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITY*
2.4.2021(FRI) 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. ROLE PLAY ON ATTITUDE
3.4.2021(SAT) 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. BIOMEDICAL WASTE HANDLING/ PPE: SKILL (in batches)
5.4.2021(MON) 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. BIOMEDICAL WASTE HANDLING / PPE: SKILL (in batches)
6.4.2021(TUES) 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. OVERVIEW OF COVID 19 PANDEMIC
7.4.2021(WED) 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. SPORTS*
8.4.2021(THURS) 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITY*
9.4.2021(FRIDAY) 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. SPORTS*
10.4.2021(SAT) 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.    BASIC LIFE SUPPORT PART II
15.4.2021(WED) 4 p.m. - 5 p.m. SPORTS*
16.4.2021(THURS) 4 p.m. -5 p.m. VISIT TO STUDENT LABS/ ANIMAL HOUSE (in batches)
17.4.2021(FRI) 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. VISIT TO STUDENT LABS/ ANIMAL HOUSE (in batches)
18.4.2021(SAT) 4 p.m. – 5p.m VISIT TO LIBRARY/ MRHRU (in batches)
20.4.2021(MON) 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. VISIT TO LIBRARY/ MRHRU (in batches)
21.4.2021(TUES) 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. WHAT IS A SEMINAR?
22.4.2021 (WED) 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. WHAT IS A SYMPOSIUM?
23.4.2021 (WED) 4.p.m – 5 p.m. SPORTS*
24.4.2021 (THURS) 4. p.m. – 5 p.m. SPORTS*
25.4.2021(FRI) 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. SPORTS*
26.4.2021(SAT) 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITY*
28.4.2021(MON) 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. LEGAL ISSUES
29.4.2021(TUES) 4 p.m. -5 p.m. ROLE PLAY ON ETHICS
30.4.2021(WED) 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITY*
EXTRACURRICULAR :4; SPORTS: 6: TEACHING HOURS: 16
 
MAY 2021:
8.5.2021: 8 a.m to 5 p.m:                            VISIT TO COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTRE (8 Hours)
(1 p.m. to 2 p.m: Lunch Break)
 
JUNE 2021:
12.6.2021: 8 a.m to 5 p.m:                            VISIT TO COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTRE (8 Hours)
(1 p.m. to 2 p.m: Lunch Break) 
 
JULY 2021:
10.6.2021:9 a.m to 1 p.m:                             FIRST AID PART II
 
 
 

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