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Department of Gynaecology

 

 

  1. Former Heads
  2. Academic Staff
  3. Objectives
  4. Courses
  5. Teaching Activities
  6. Monthly and Future Plan
   
 
 

Daw Yin Yin Thi (2002-2014)

Associate Professor

B.Sc (Botany), Dip.T.Med, B.M.T.M, M.M.T. M
C.T.M. (E.B)(India)

   
 
 

Prof Win Naing(Jan-2014– April 2014)

B.A (Myanmar), Dip.T.Med, B.M.T.M (credit), M.M.T. M
Certificate in TCM and Research Methodology (China)

   
 
 

Daw Khin Than Wai (2014-Date)

Associate Professor and head

B.A (Myanmar),Dip T.Med, B.M.T.M,M.M.T.M

  
  
 
 

Daw Khin Than Wai (2014-Date)

Associate Professor and head

B.A (Myanmar),Dip T.Med, B.M.T.M,M.M.T.M

   
 
 

Daw Htay Htay Lwin

Lecturer

B.Sc (Zoology) Q, Dip T. Med, B.M.T.M (credit)

   
 
 

Daw Tin Tin Moe

Assistant Lecturer

B.M.T.M,M.M.T.M

   
 
 

Daw May Mon

Assistant Lecturer

B.M.T.M,M.M.T.M, BA (Eng;), Dip in IT

   
 
 

Daw Aye Hnin Thwe

Assistant Lecturer

B.M.T.M,M.M.T.M

   
 
 

Daw Thin Sandar Hlaing

Tutor

B.M.T.M,M.M.T.M, (PGDE, MUFL)

INSTITUTIONAL AIM AND OBJECTIVES
Aim: To produce competent traditional medicine practitioners for basic health care
Objectives: The graduates of the university:
1. Should have acquired basic knowledge, skills and appropriateattitudes in Myanmar traditional Medicine.
2. Should be able to give competent health care services to the communities
3. Should be able to involve in activities of National Health Programmes.
4. Should have basic scientific knowledge of research principles,process and ethics and be able to conduct research in traditional medicine.
5. Should be capable of continuing in-depth study of traditional medicine and related aspects to uphold professional excellence and integrity.
6. Should be able to co-operate, co-ordinate, collaborate with western medicine in community health care.
7. Should be able to abide by the professional ethics and uphold the prestige of the profession.


Third Year Departmental Objectives
At the end of the course of instruction, the learner should be able to:

Knowledge
1. Identify the gynaecological definition according to traditional medicine
2. Identify the types of gynaecological diseases that can be treated by traditional medicine
3. Determine the principles of gynaecological diseases according to Myanmar Traditional Medicine
4. Apply Traditional Medical formularies for the gynaecological diseases

Skill
1. Identify etiology, signs and symptoms, investigations and management of gynaecological diseases
2. Describe gynaecological diseases according to the principles of Myanmar Traditional Medicine
3. Apply gynaecological diseases with standard Traditional Medicine Fomularies and locally available medicinal plants

Attitude
1. Recognize the effectiveness of Myanmar Traditional Medicine in prevention
and treatment of gynaecological diseases
2. Analyze gynaecological diseases to refer that cannot be treated by therapeutic procedure
3. Create self-learning concerned with gynaecological diseases


Fourth Year Departmental Objectives
At the end of the course of instruction, the learner should be able to:
Knowledge
1. Recognize the various kinds of menstrual disorders
2. Explain health education and knowledge to public
3. Determine the principles of gynaecological diseases according to Myanmar Traditional Medicine
4. Apply Traditional Medical Formularies for the gynaecological diseases and puerperial diseases

Skill
1. Identify etiology, signs and symptoms, investigations and management of gynaecological diseases.
2. Describe gynaecological diseases according to the principles of Myanmar Traditional Medicine.
3. Apply gynaecological diseases with standard Traditional Medicine Fomularies and locally available medicinal plants

Attitude
1. Recognize the effectiveness of Myanmar Traditional Medicine in prevention and treatment of gynaecological diseases
2. Analyze referral system is important in case of gynaecological diseases that cannot be treated by therapeutic procedure
3. Create the attitude of self -learning in gynaecological diseases


Bridge course (BMTM) Departmental Objectives
At the end of the course of instruction, the learner should be able to:
Knowledge
1. Identify the gynaecological definition according to traditional medicine
2. Identify the types of gynaecological diseases that can be treated by traditional medicine
3. Determine the principles of gynaecological diseases according to Myanmar Traditional Medicine
4. Apply Traditional Medical Formularies for the gynaecological diseases

Skill
1. Identify etiology, signs and symptoms, investigations and management of gynaecological diseases.
2. Treat gynaecological diseases according to the principles of Myanmar Traditional Medicine.
3. Manage gynaecological diseases with standard Traditional Medicine Formularies and locally available medicinal plants.

Attitude
1. Appreciate the effectiveness of Myanmar Traditional Medicine in prevention and treatment of gynaecological diseases.
2. Realize referral system is important in case of gynaecological diseases that cannot be treated by traditional medicine.
3. Self-learning promote of gynaecological diseases


M. M.T.M
Preamble (Justification)
1. To recruit young and brilliant teachers to the Department of Gynaecology in Myanmar.
2. To make these teachers acquainted with modern methods of teaching and research in their field of study.
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES
Specific Learning Objective
• At the end of the course, the learners should be able to:
1. Formulate the development of embryo by Traditional Medical aspect as well as scientific aspect and be able to provide health care of pregnant mother
2. Analyze signs and symptoms of pregnancy
3. State competently common complaints of pregnant women and be able to provide appropriate treatment by Traditional Medicine
4. Realize signs and symptoms of abnormal labour and provide delivery or recognize conditions that require timely and appropriate referral
5. Explore competently Sutika-paricaryaroga and able to perform the appropriate treatment.
6. Analyze normal and abnormal characters of new born baby
7. Realize the importance of breast milk and its effect upon child and mother.
8. Perform the diagnosis of Yonivyapada and Astartavadosas and be able to provide effective treatment
9. Recognize the indications for dilatation and curettage and be able to perform therapeutic interventions
10. Recognize the instruments used in obstetrics and gynaecology and be able to apply in clinical practice

Department of Gynaecology

COURSE AND DURATION
For Third year B.M.T.M, 10 months course including teaching duration, final assessment and supplementary examination.

CURRICULUM COMPONENTS AND ORGANIZATION
Third Year Curriculum

No.

Content

Method

Media

Assessment

Time Allotment

L

P

T

Total

1.

 

 

 

 

2.

 

 

 

3.

 

 

4.

 

 

5.

 

 

6.

 

 

 

 

 

 

7.

 

 

 

8.

 

 

 

 

9.

10.

 

 

 

 

 

Gynaecological definition according to Traditional Medicine

 

Anatomy and physiology of reproductive organs

 

Etiologies of Menstrual disorders

 

Menstrual disorders at puberty

 

Menstrual disorders  during reproductive age

Menorrhagia, Amenorrhoea, Oligomenorrhoea  according to Desana, Ayurveda  and Modern Medicine

 

Vulval Diseases according to Traditional Medicine

 

Various menstrual disorders according to treaties of Hsa.na.wu.ti.

 

Embryology

Mainly indicated formularies for Gynaecological diseases

 

Total

 Lecture

 Bed- side 

 teaching

 Practical

Demonstration

 Tutorial

 

Photograph Power 

  point

 White

  board

Illustrated chart  

                   

8

 

 

 

7

 

 

 

3

 

 

4

 

5

 

 

9

 

 

 

 

 

 

4

 

 

3

 

 

 

 

9

 2

 

 

54

1

 

 

 

3

 

 

 

-

 

 

  1

 

3

 

 

2

 

 

 

 

 

 

2

 

 

-

 

 

 

 

2

-

 

 

14

1

 

 

 

2

 

 

 

1

 

 

1

 

1

 

 

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

 

 

1

 

 

 

 

2

1

 

 

12

10

 

 

 

12

 

 

 

4

 

 

6

 

9

 

 

12

 

 

 

 

 

 

 7

 

 

 4

 

 

 

 

13

3

 

 

80


Student Assessment
1. Formative Assessment Weightage
Classwork 30%
(a) Mid Term test 10%
(b) Practical 10%
(c) Tutorial 10%
2. Summative Assessment Weightage
Final Examination 70%
(a) Theory 60%
(b) Practical 10%
3. Passed Marks 50
4. Distinction Marks 75
5. F system 5F

Criteria for Re-assessment
Supplementary examination will be conducted after four weeks of publication of result of final exam.
REFERENCE BOOKS
၁။ ကဝိဘိသက္က(ဆရာကြီး)၊ မိယှလောဟိတအာဗာဓဒီပနီ (ပထမပိုင်း) ၁၃၂၄- ခု၊ ပြာသိုလ်လ။
၂။ တင်ဝင်း(ဉီး) ၊ သဘာဝဓမ္မအလင်းပြကုထုံးကျမ်း (ဒု-တွဲ)၊ ဂန္ဓမာပုံနှိပ်တိုက်၊ ရန်ကုန်၊ ၁၃၂၁-ခု၊ ဝါခေါင်လ။
၃။ တင်ဝင်း(ဉီး) ၊ ကိုယ်တွေ့အာယုဗ္ဗေဒကုထုံးများ - ၂၊ (ပ-တွဲ)၊ (ပ-ကြိမ်)၊ ၁၉၇၁-ခု၊ ဒီဇင်ဘာလ။
၄။ ဆနဝုတိဆေးကျမ်း။
၅။ နာဂသေနဘိဝံသ(အရှင်)၊ သိင်္ဂဓရသံဟိတာဆေးကျမ်း၊ (ပ-ကြိမ်)၊ အမျိုးသားစာပုံနှိပ်တိုက်၊ အမှတ်- ၂၄၁၊ ကြည့်မြင်တိုင်အောက်လမ်း၊ ရန်ကုန်၊ ၁၉၆၃-ခု၊ ဇူလိုင်လ။
၆။ နာဂသိန်(အရှင်)၊ အမြုတေသင်တန်းကုထုံးကျမ်း၊ (ပ-တွဲ)၊ မင်္ဂလာပုံနှိပ်တိုက်၊ ရန်ကုန်၊ ၁၉၇၀-ခု၊ အောက်တိုဘာလ။
၇။ ပုပု (ဒေါ်) ၊ သားဖွားပညာနှင့် မွေးစကလေးများပြုစုနည်း၊ (ပ-ကြိမ်)၊ ၁၉၈၄-ခု၊ အောက်တိုဘာလ။
၈။ မှီ (ဆရာ)၊ လှတင် (ဦး)၊ မာဓဝနိဒါန်းဆေးကျမ်းကြီး၊ (ဒု-တွဲ)၊ ဇမ္ဗူ့မိတ်ဆွေပိဋကတ် ပုံနှိပ်တိုက်၊ ၁၃၂၅ - ခု၊ တပေါင်းလ။
၉။ လှကြည် (ဒေါက်တာ)၊ သားဖွားအတတ်ပညာ၊ (ဒု-တွဲ)၊ စိုးမိုးမိတ်ဆက်ပုံနှိပ်တိုက်၊ ရန်ကုန်၊ ၁၉၈၂ခု၊ မေလ။
၁၀။ အုန်းရွှေ (ဦး)၊ သင်ရိုးညွှန်းတမ်းလက်တွေ့ကုထုံးအဖွင့်ကျမ်းကြီး၊ ဒု-တွဲ၊ သပြေညိုပုံနှိပ်တိုက်၊ ရန်ကုန်။
၁၁။ Ten Teachers, Gynaecology (Fifteenth- Edition), 1990.

Year Plan
2019. Jan, Feb, Mar Chapter 1,2,3
Class Test-1 - Last week of March
May, June, Chapter 4,5
Mid-TermTest - Last week of June
July,Aug, Sep, Oct Chapter 6,7,8,9
Final Exam-Second week of October

Fourth Year Curriculum

No.

Content

Method

Media

Assessment

Time Allotment

L

P

T

Total

1.

 

2.

3.

4.

 

5.

 

 

6.

 

 

 

7.

 

8.

9.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SwetaPradara

(Leucorrhoea)

Menopause

Menopausal diseases

Displacement of the uterus

Common reproductive diseases  in Myanmar

 

Parturition (labour) according to Traditional Point of View

Disorders in pregnency

Puerperium Care

Puerperium disorders

 

Total

 Lecture

 Bed- side 

  teaching

 Practical

Demonstration

 Tutorial

Photograph Power 

  point

 White

  board

 Illustrated                  chart

 

9

 

  6

 11

 

   7

 

 14

 

 

   6

 

 

  8

   9

11

 

 

81

4

 

   -

   4

 

   4

 

   5

 

 

   -

 

 

  3

  3

  3

 

 

26

2

 

  1

  2

 

  1

 

  2

 

 

  1

 

 

  1

  1

  2

 

 

13

15

 

  7

17

 

12

 

 21

 

 

   7

 

 

 12

 13

 16

 

 

120

 


Student Assessment
1. Formative Assessment Weightage
Classwork 30%
(a) Mid Term test 10%
(b) Practical 10%
(c) Tutorial 10%
2. Summative Assessment Weightage
Final Examination 70%
(a) Theory 60%
(b) Practical 10%
3. Passed Marks 50
4. Distinction Marks 75
5. F system 5F

Criteria for Re-assessment
Supplementary examination will be conducted after four weeks of publication of result of final exam.
REFERENCE BOOKS

၁။ ကဝိဘိသက္က(ဆရာကြီး)၊ မိယှလောဟိတအာဗာဓဒီပနီ (ပထမပိုင်း) ၁၃၂၄- ခု၊ ပြာသိုလ်လ။
၂။ ကျော်သက်ခိုင် (ဆေးတက္ကသိုလ်)၊ အရွယ်သုံးပါးမိန်းမသား၊ (ဒုကြိမ်)၊ ၂၀၀၂ ခု၊ ဒီဇင်ဘာလ။
၃။ ကျော်သက်ခိုင် (ဆေးတက္ကသိုလ်)၊ ကိုးလလွယ်ဆယ်လဖွား၊ ကျော်သက်ခိုင်စာပေ။
၄။ တင်ဝင်း(ဉီး) ၊ သဘာဝဓမ္မအလင်းပြကုထုံးကျမ်း (ဒု-တွဲ)၊ ဂန္ဓမာပုံနှိပ်တိုက်၊ ရန်ကုန်၊ ၁၃၂၁-ခု၊ ဝါခေါင်လ။
၅။ တင်ဝင်း(ဉီး) ၊ အာယုဗ္ဗေဒ၊ မီးယပ်နာကုထုံးကျမ်း၊ ၂ (ပ-တွဲ)၊ (ပ-ကြိမ်)၊ ၁၉၇၁-ခု၊ ဒီဇင်ဘာလ။
၆။ နာဂသိန်(အရှင်)၊ အမြုတေသင်တန်းကုထုံးကျမ်း၊ (ပ-တွဲ)၊ မဂ်လာပုံနှိပ်တိုက်၊ ရန်ကုန်၊ ၁၉၇၀-ခု၊ အောက်တိုဘာလ။
၇။ ပုပု (ဒေါ်) ၊ သားဖွားပညာနှင့် မွေးစကလေးများပြုစုနည်း၊ (ပ-ကြိမ်)၊ ၁၉၈၄-ခု၊ အောက်တိုဘာလ။
၈။ မှီ (ဆရာ)၊ လှတင် (ဦး)၊ မာဓဝနိဒါန်းဆေးကျမ်းကြီး၊ (ဒု-တွဲ)၊ ဇမ္ဗူ့မိတ်ဆွေပိဋကတ် ပုံနှိပ်တိုက်၊ ၁၃၂၅ - ခု၊ တပေါင်းလ။
၉။ အုန်းရွှေ (ဦး)၊ သင်ရိုးညွှန်းတမ်းလက်တွေ့ကုထုံးအဖွင့်ကျမ်းကြီး၊ ဒု-တွဲ၊ သပြေညိုပုံနှိပ်တိုက်၊ ရန်ကုန်။
၁၀။ Gynaecology Illustrated (Fourth Edition)
၁၁။ Principle of Gynaecology (T.N.A JEFFCOATE) M.D, F.R.C.S, F.R.C.O.G (Second Edition)

Year Plan
2019. Jan, Feb, Mar Chapter 1,2,3
Class Test1 - Last week of March
May, June, Chapter 4,5
Mid-TermTest - Last week of June
July,Aug, Sep, Oct Chapter 6,7,8,9
Final Exam-Second week of October

Bridge Course (BMTM) Curriculum

No.

Content

Method

Media

Assessment

Time Allotment

L

P

T

Total

1.

 

 

 

 

2.

 

 

 

3.

4.

5.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6.

 

 

 

 

Etiologies of Menstrual disorders

 

 

Parturition (labour) according to Traditional Point of View

Puerperium

Menopause

Menorrhagia, Amenorrhoea, Oligomenorrhoea  according to Desana, Ayurveda  and Modern Medicine,SwetaPradara

(Leucorrhoea),Vulval Diseases according to Traditional Medicine

Common reproductive diseases  in Myanmar

 

 

Total

 Lecture

 Bed- side 

 teaching

 Practical

Demonstration

 Tutorial

 

Photograph Power 

  point

 White

  board

Illustrated chart  

                   

2

 

 

 

 

 7

 

 

8

4

7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7

 

 

 

 

35

-

 

 

 

 

2

 

 

1

  2

  2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2

 

 

 

 

 9

1

 

 

 

 

1

 

 

1

1

  1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

 

 

 

 

6

3

 

 

 

 

10

 

 

10

7

10

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

10

 

 

 

 

50


Student Assessment
1. Formative Assessment Weightage
Classwork 30%
(a) Mid Term test 10%
(b) Practical 10%
(c) Tutorial 10%
2. Summative Assessment Weightage
Final Examination 70%
(a) Theory 40%
(b) Practical 20%
(c) Viva 10%
3. Passed Marks 50
4. Distinction Marks 75
5. F system 5F

Criteria for Re-assessment
Supplementary examination will be conducted after four weeks of publication of result of final exam.
REFERENCE BOOKS (latest edition)
၁။ ကဝိဘိသက္က(ဆရာကြီး)၊ မိယှလောဟိတအာဗာဓဒီပနီ (ပထမပိုင်း) ၁၃၂၄- ခု၊ ပြာသိုလ်လ။
၂။ တင်ဝင်း(ဉီး) ၊ သဘာဝဓမ္မအလင်းပြကုထုံးကျမ်း (ဒု-တွဲ)၊ ဂန္ဓမာပုံနှိပ်တိုက်၊ ရန်ကုန်၊ ၁၃၂၁-ခု၊ ဝါခေါင်လ။
၃။ တင်ဝင်း(ဉီး) ၊ ကိုယ်တွေ့အာယုဗ္ဗေဒကုထုံးများ - ၂၊ (ပ-တွဲ)၊ (ပ-ကြိမ်)၊ ၁၉၇၁-ခု၊ ဒီဇင်ဘာလ။
၄။ ဆနဝုတိဆေးကျမ်း။
၅။ နာဂသေနဘိဝံသ(အရှင်)၊ သိင်္ဂဓရသံဟိတာဆေးကျမ်း၊ (ပ-ကြိမ်)၊ အမျိုးသားစာပုံနှိပ်တိုက်၊ အမှတ်- ၂၄၁၊ ကြည့်မြင်တိုင်အောက်လမ်း၊ ရန်ကုန်၊ ၁၉၆၃-ခု၊ ဇူလိုင်လ။
၆။ နာဂသိန်(အရှင်)၊ အမြုတေသင်တန်းကုထုံးကျမ်း၊ (ပ-တွဲ)၊ မင်္ဂလာပုံနှိပ်တိုက်၊ ရန်ကုန်၊ ၁၉၇၀-ခု၊ အောက်တိုဘာလ။
၇။ ပုပု (ဒေါ်) ၊ သားဖွားပညာနှင့် မွေးစကလေးများပြုစုနည်း၊ (ပ-ကြိမ်)၊ ၁၉၈၄-ခု၊ အောက်တိုဘာလ။
၈။ မှီ (ဆရာ)၊ လှတင် (ဦး)၊ မာဓဝနိဒါန်းဆေးကျမ်းကြီး၊ (ဒု-တွဲ)၊ ဇမ္ဗူ့မိတ်ဆွေပိဋကတ် ပုံနှိပ်တိုက်၊ ၁၃၂၅ - ခု၊ တပေါင်းလ။
၉။ လှကြည် (ဒေါက်တာ)၊ သားဖွားအတတ်ပညာ၊ (ဒု-တွဲ)၊ စိုးမိုးမိတ်ဆက်ပုံနှိပ်တိုက်၊ ရန်ကုန်၊ ၁၉၈၂ခု၊ မေလ။
၁၀။ အုန်းရွှေ (ဦး)၊ သင်ရိုးညွှန်းတမ်းလက်တွေ့ကုထုံးအဖွင့်ကျမ်းကြီး၊ ဒု-တွဲ၊ သပြေညိုပုံနှိပ်တိုက်၊ ရန်ကုန်။
၁၁။ Ten Teachers, Gynaecology (Fifteenth- Edition), 1990.

Year Plan
2019. Jan, Feb, Mar Chapter -1,2
Class Test (1) - Last week of March
May, June, Chapter -3,4
Mid-Term Test - Last week of June
July,Aug, Sep, Oct Chapter-5,6
Final Exam-Second week of October

M. M.T.M
CURRICULUM
Preamble (Justification)
1. To recruit young and brilliant teachers to the Department of Gynaecology in Myanmar.
2. To make these teachers acquainted with modern methods of teaching and research in their field of study.

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES
Specific Learning Objective
• At the end of the course, the learners should be able to:
1. Formulate the development of embryo by Traditional Medical aspect as well as scientific aspect and be able to provide health care of pregnant mother
2. Analyze signs and symptoms of pregnancy
3. State competently common complaints of pregnant women and be able to provide appropriate treatment by Traditional Medicine
4. Realize signs and symptoms of abnormal labour and provide delivery or recognize conditions that require timely and appropriate referral
5. Explore competently Sutika-paricaryaroga and able to perform the appropriate treatment.
6. Analyze normal and abnormal characters of new born baby
7. Realize the importance of breast milk and its effect upon child and mother.
8. Perform the diagnosis of Yonivyapada and Astartavadosas and be able to provide effective treatment
9. Recognize the indications for dilatation and curettage and be able to perform therapeutic interventions
10. Recognize the instruments used in obstetrics and gynaecology and be able to apply in clinical practice

DURATION OF THE COURSE
- (2 ) Years Course
- The minimum length of time required will be 2 years after which period the candidate will have to return to his/her mother unit. However an extension of up to two years will be permitted for the candidate to continue his/her research programme as an external student.
- At the end of 2 years, if he/she fails to complete the course, the candidature will be terminated.

Teaching/Learning Methods
1. Lecture
2. Journal reading/reference book reading/clinical meeting
3. Group discussion
4. Written assignments
5. Case study and presentation/discussion
6. Problem solving sessions
7. Computer-aided learning (VCD/Video shows)
8. Bedside teaching
8.1 case demonstration
8.2 supervised clinical practice
8.3 case submission (2 cases of different diseases)
8.4 self-practice

Programme structure and contents
1. Obstetrics
1.1 Impregnation
1.1.1 Review of anatomy of female reproductive system and physiology of menstruation
1.1.2 Punsawanakarma (Conception , implantation and embryology )
1.1.3 Nourishment of garbha
1.2 Growth and development of fetus
1.2.1 General
1.2.2 Month wise development of fetus
1.2.3 Functions of pancamahabhutas and body parts of fetus derived from these Sadbhavas of garbha
1.2.4 Formation of sex of fetus
1.2.5 Formation of body-complexion
1.2.6 Formation of eye
1.2.7 Multiple pregnancy
1.2.8 Development of placenta
1.2.9 Teratology
1.2.10 Normal intrauterine situation of fetus
1.2.11 Signs and symptoms of pregnancy
1.3 Antenatal care
1.3.1 Pregnancy disorders
1.3.2 General disorders
1.3.3 Pregnancy specific disorders
1.4 Upasuskagarbha (Missed abortion )
1.4.1 Jarayudosa ( Hydatidiform mole )
1.4.2 Raktagulma ( Molar pregnancy )
1.4.3 Garbhasosa or garbhaksaya ( Intrauterine growth retardation )
1.4.4 Garbhativrdahi or sthulagarbha (Macrosomia )
1.4.5 Intrauterine fetal death
1.5 Sutikagara (Labour)
1.5.1 Review of normal labour
- Uterine contraction
- Dilatation of the cervix
- Stages of labour
- Episiotomy
1.5.2 Abnormal labour
- Abnormal utrine contraction
- Malpresentation
- Abnormalities
1.6 Sutika-paricarya (Puerperium)
1.6.1 AtiRakta-pitta in Sutika-paricarya (Post partumhaemorrhage)
1.6.2 Sutikavyadhi (Puerperal disorders)
1.6.3 Makkalla (Pain in some or gans after delivery)
1.6.4 Raktavidradhi (Pyometra)
1.6.5 SutikaJwara (Puerperial fever)
1.6.6 Sutikaroga (Fever, bodyache, convulsion, cough)
1.6.7 Contraception
1.7 Neonatal care
1.7.1 Ayupariksana
1.7.2 Immediate care of new born
1.7.3 Feeding schedule for first four days
1.7.4 General care of neonate
1.8 Stana and Stanya (Breasts and breast milk)
1.8.1 Disorders of breast
1.8.2 Normal/ abnormal breasts and their effect upon the child
1.8.3 Conditions unfit for breast feeding
1.8.4 Method to start breast feeding
1.8.5 Importance and formation of breast milk
1.8.6 Properties of breast milk
1.8.7 Abnormalities of breast milk
1.8.8 Substitute milk

2. Gynaecology
2.1 Gynaecological disorders
2.1.1 Disorders of yoni (Vulva and vaginal canal ulcers)
2.1.2 Yonivyapada (Diseases of female genital tract)
2.1.3 Yonyarsa (Warts of vulva/vaginal or condylomata acuminate)
2.1.4 Yonikanda (Bartholinitis)
2.1.5 Yonidurmamsa (Infected polyp)

2.2 Menstrual disorders
2.2.1 Astartavadosas (Eight menstrual disorders)
2.2.2 Nastartava and artavaksaya (Amenorrhoea caused by vata and kapha)
2.2.3 Artavaativrddhi (Menorrhagia)
2.2.4 Asrgdara (Metrorrhagia)
2.2.5 Bandhyata (Infertility)

2.3 Other disorders
2.3.1 Somaroga
2.3.2 Swetapradara and asthisrava (Leucorrhoea)
2.3.3 Vastiroga (Uterine polyp)
2.3.4 Sucimukhi and sandiyonivyapad (Congenital malformations)
2.3.5 Veneral diseases (Sexually transmitted diseases)
2.4 Dilatation and Curettage
2.4.1 Indications for dilatation and curettage
2.4.2 Instruments and medicines used in management of dilatation and curettage
2.5 Instruments used in Obstetrics and gynaecology

Assessment method
1. Formative Assessment Weightage 30%
2. Summative Assessment Weightage 70%
3. Pass Marks 60%
4. Distinction Marks

 

Other Teaching Activities
-Teaching of Traditional Medical Concept in University of Medicine, Mandalay, Taunggyi, Magway
-Teaching of Traditional Medicine in Training School of Firebrigade
-Teaching of Traditional Medicine in O-Bo Prison
-Teaching of Traditional Medicine in Mother and Child Care Department
Monthly Programme
Weekly/ Monthly/ Yearly/ Future Program
-Supervise undergraduate and post graduate case presentation meeting and research
-Weekly case presentation by 2nd year Bridge course students
-Weekly Journal Reading by 1st year postgraduate students
-2 weeks Visiting RHC at Mandalay Township
-Weekly research progress presentation by post-graduate students
-Yearly CTME
-Yearly Lunch Time Talk
Social welfare activities
•Farewell / Welcome to staffs transferred from / to the department
•Thingyan homage
•Thadingyut homage
•New year celebration
Future Plan
Establish postgraduate diploma (Gynaecologicaldisorders Course)
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