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Department of Ulcer and Sore

 

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

Prof: Aung Kyaw Min (2002-2016)

Professor Emeritus
Professor and Head (retired)

B.A. (Psyc), Dip. T. Med., B.M.T.M, M.M.T.M,
Post Graduate Certificate course in Kshara Sutra (India)

   
 
 

Daw Nu Nu Lwin

Associate Professor

B.Sc. (Hons),Dip. T. Med., B.M.T.M

  
  
 
 

Daw Nu Nu Lwin

Associate Professor

B.Sc. (Hons),Dip. T. Med., B.M.T.M

   
 
 

U Yan Naing Lwin

Lecturer

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

   
 
 

 U Win Zaw

Lecturer

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

   
 
 

Daw Khin Yatana Hlaing

Assistant Lecturer

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

   
 
 

Daw Thwe Thwe Tun

Assistant Lecturer

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

   
 
 

Daw Kit Kit Htwe

Assistant Lecturer

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

   
 
 

U Thein Htike

Tutor

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

   
 
 

Daw Khaing Zar Linn

Tutor

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

   
 
 

Daw Naw Lu Di

Tutor

B.M.T.M

   
 
 

Daw May Zun Myint Wai

Tutor

B.M.T.M

   
 
 

Daw Nu Nu Yi

U.D

BA. (BM)

Departmental Objectives
At the end of the course of instruction, the learner should be able to:
Knowledge
1. acquire a sound knowledge of basic concepts and principles of Ulcer and Sore Therapy by the perspectives of Traditional Medicine as well as Modern Medicine.
2. recognize General Surgery applied in Traditional Medicine.

Skill
1. analyze skillfully the kinds of ulcer and sore.
2. apply knowledge of basic concepts and principles of Ulcer and Sore Therapy in clinical practice of Traditional Medicine.
2. analyze the appropriate treatment by Traditional Medicine.
4. practice skillfully the instruments used in ulcer and sore therapy.
5. apply the sterilized method skillfully.
6. practice the integration of Traditional Medicine and Modern Medicine.
7. analyze complicated ulcer and sore and use the referral system systematically.

Attitude
1. display self-reliance, self-learning and interested in research related to Ulcer and Sore Therapy.
2. acquire the attitude of continuous learning in Ulcer and Sore Therapy (TM) of the other related countries and other subject.
3. display to collaborate with other medical professionals and be able to do knowledge sharing.
4. practice traditional medical ethics by traditional practitioners.
5. realize perforating therapy in Ulcer and Sore Therapy is not major surgery, only minor surgery.

Department of Ulcer and Sore

Course and Duration

 

Third Year (B.M.T.M) Course
Period of study         - One academic year
Total Teaching Hour - 100 Hours

Curriculum for Third Year (B. M. T. M)

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Content

Method

Media

Time allotment

L

P

Tu

To

1.

Introduction

Lecture

 Bed-side teaching

 Practical

Tutorial

Demonstra-tion

 

Photograph

power point

Whiteboard

Hospital

Dummy

 

4

 

1

5

2.

Principles

12

2

1

15

3.

Kinds of ulcer & sore

10

3

2

15

4.

Signs & symptoms of ulcer & sore

12

2

1

15

5.

Agantuka (trauma and accident)

3

1

1

5

6.

Sa ThattaKamma and Five kinds of curing systems

7

2

1

10

7.

Signs & symptoms of septicaemiaoedema

8

1

1

10

8.

General

3

1

1

5

 

Total

 

 

61

11

8

80

 

1. Chapter One- Nidana and Samprati

Specific Learning Objectives
At the end of the course the learner should be able to:
1. recognizethe historical background of ulcer and sore therapy.
2. analyzeaetiology and pathogenesis of ulcer and sore in Ayurveda and Desana medicine.
3. recognize Htana of vana

Contents
1. Historical aspect of Ulcer and Sore Therapy
2. Nidana of vana( Aetiology)
3. Samprati of vana (Pathogenesis)
4. Htana of vana (site)

Teaching Learning Method and Time Allotment
- Lecture, Tutorial
- Lecture – 4hours
- Tutorial – 1 hour

Media
- Power point, Whiteboard

Assessment
MCQs
MSQs
Essay Types

2. Chapter Two - Principles

Specific Learning Objectives
At the end of the course the learner should be able to:
1. apply general examination
2. apply local examination
3. describe and recognize cardinal signs and symptoms of a sore
4. apply special investigation.

Contents
1. Anatomical sites where a sore appears
2. Initial Stage of Sore
3. Cardinal signs and symptoms of a sore
4. Complicated signs and symptoms of a sore
5. Examination of ulcer and sore

Teaching Learning Method and Time Allotment
- Lecture, Bed-side teaching, Practical, Tutorial, Demonstration
- Lecture – 12 hours
- Practical- 2 hours
- Tutorial – 1 hour

Media
- Photograph, power point, Whiteboard, Hospital

Assessment
MCQs
MSQs
Essay Types

3. Chapter Three – The types of sores and the ancient sores

Specific Learning Objectives
At the end of the course the learner should be able to:
1. describe and recognize the types of sores in Ayurveda and Desana Medicine.
2. describeand recognize the types of sores and their clinical features in the ancient medical treaties.
3. describe and recognize the types of the ancient sores in Ayurveda Medicine

Contents
A. The types of sores
1. A study of the types of sore in Ayurveda medicine
2. A study of the types of sore in Desana medicine
B. The types of sores in the ancient medical treatises
1. The types of the sore depended on the site
2. The types of the sores depended on their clinical features
C.The types of the ancient sores in Ayurveda medicine

Teaching Learning Method and Time Allotment
- Lecture, Bed-side teaching, Practical, Tutorial, Demonstration
- Lecture – 12 hours
- Practical – 2 hours
- Tutorial – 1 hour

Media
- Photograph, power point, Whiteboard, Hospital,

Assessment
MCQs
MSQs
Essay Type

4. Chapter Four – Signs and Symptoms of a Sore

Specific Learning Objectives
At the end of the course the learner should be able to:
1. describe and interpret signs and symptoms of sores by Ayurveda and Desana Medicine.
2. determinesigns and symptoms of stages of sores.
3. determine prognosis of sore.

Contents
(A) Symptoms of a sore in Ayurveda medicine
(B) Symptoms of a sore inDesana medicine
(C) signs and symptoms of stages of sores
(D) prognosis of sore.

Teaching Learning Method and Time Allotment
- Lecture, Bed-side teaching, Practical, Tutorial, Demonstration
- Lecture – 10 hours
- Practical – 3 hours
- Tutorial – 2 hours

Media
- Photograph, power point, Whiteboard, Hospital,
Assessment
MCQs
MSQs
Essay Types

5. Chapter Five – Agantukavana (sore caused by an accident)

Specific Learning Objectives
At the end of the course the learner should be able to:
1. describe and recognize the types of Agantukavana and their signs and symptoms
2. describe and recognize the types of wounds and their signs and symptoms in modern medicine
3. compare the types of Agantukavanaand wounds.

Contents
A. Types of Agantukavanas (a sore caused by an accident)
1. Chinnavana
2. Bhinnavana
3. Viddhavana
4. Khatavana
5. Vicchitavana
6. Ghatthavana
7. Sallavana
8. Mammatthanabhighatavana
B. Types of wounds
1. Cutting wounds by sharp weapon
2. Wounds by blunt weapon
3. Perforated wounds by sharp weapon

Teaching Learning Method and Time Allotment
- Lecture, Bed-side teaching, Practical, Tutorial, Demonstration
- Lecture – 3 hours
- Practical – 1 hours
- Tutorial – 1 hour

Media
- Photograph, power point, Whiteboard, Hospital
Assessment
MCQs
MSQs
Essay Types

6. Chapter Six – Chasattakarma and Five Functions and its Methods

Specific Learning Objectives
At the end of the course the learner should be able to:
1. describe and recognize the kinds of Chasattakarmain Ayurveda Medicine.
2. describe and recognize five functions of Panchakarma in ulcer and sore therapy.
3. applyChasattakarma and five functions of Panchakarma

Contents
(A) Chasattakarma
1. Opening (Patana)
2. Perforating (Byadhana)
3. Cutting (Chedana)
4. Scraping (Lekhana)
5. Scratching (Pacchana)
6. Stitching (Sivana)

(B) Five Functions and its methods
1. Sedakarma (Sweating)
2. Rattakarma (Blood-letting)
3. Aggikarma (Heating)
4. Sitakarma (Cooling)
5. Sodhanakarma (Cleaning with decoctions)

Teaching Learning Method and Time Allotment
- Lecture, Bed-side teaching, Practical, Tutorial, Demonstration
- Lecture – 7 hours
- Practical – 2 hour
- Tutorial – 1 hour

Media
- Photograph, power point, Whiteboard, Hospital

Assessment
MCQs
MSQs

7. Chapter Seven – Manh (septicemia), Nganh (delirium), Anh (swelling)

Specific Learning Objectives
At the end of the course the learner should be able to:
1. describe and recognize Manh, Nganh, Anh and their signs and symptoms.
2. differentiate and determine Manh, Nganh and Anh.

Contents
1. Manh (septicemia)
1.1 Five kinds of Manh according to the book of Chanavuti
1.2 signs and symptoms of septicemia
2. Nganh (delirium)
2.1 The kinds of Nganhin Ayurveda Medicine
2.2 The kinds of NganhinDasana Medicine
2.3 Five kinds of Nanhin the book of Chanavuti
2.4 Nine kinds of Nanhin the book of Dhatuvibhanga
2.5 signs and symptoms of Nganh
3. Anh (generalized edema)
3.1 signs and symptoms of Anh

Teaching Learning Method and Time Allotment
- Lecture, Bed-side teaching, Practical, Tutorial, Demonstration
- Lecture – 8 hours
- Practical – 1 hour
- Tutorial – 1 hour

Media
- Photograph, power point, Whiteboard, Hospital,
Assessment
MCQs
MSQs
Essay Types

8. Chapter Eight – Varieties

Specific Learning Objectives
At the end of the course the learner should be able to:
1. manage treatment of traditional medicine
2. apply management of ulcer and sore in operation theater
3. manage preparation for operation theater
4. acquire integration Traditional medicine and Modern medicine

Contents
General Management of ulcer and sore
1. Treatment of traditional medicine
2. Management of ulcer and sore in operation theater
3. Preparation for operation theater
4. Integration Traditional medicine and Modern medicine

Teaching Learning Method and Time Allotment
- Lecture, Bed-side teaching, Practical, Tutorial, Demonstration
- Lecture – 3 hours
- Practical – 1 hour
- Tutorial – 1 hour

Media
- Photograph, power point, Whiteboard, Hospital

Assessment
MCQs
MSQs
Essay Types

Total Teaching Hours – 80 hours
- Lecture – 61 hours
- Practical – 11 hours
- Tutorial – 8 hours

Assessment in Third Year Course
Formative Assessment (30%)
In formative assessment, the following course work will be included;
- Submission of practical record book 10%
- Tutorial 10%
- Mid-term test 10%

Summative Assessment (70%)
As summative assessment, an examination will be held at the end of academic year by internal examiner from the University of Traditional Medicine.
In summative assessment will be made as,
Theory paper will consist of
(a) 20 MCQs
(b) 4 MSQs
(c) Essay type questions
Theory paper -70%
Formative assessment -30%
Distinction marks - 75 marks
Pass marks - 50 marks
Fill - 3F System

Fourth Year (B.M.T.M) Course

Period of study         - One academic year
Total Teaching Hour - 100 Hours

Curriculum for Fourth Year (B. M. T. M)

SN

Content

Method

Media

Time allotment

L

P

Tu

To

1.

Tumour

Lecture

 Bed-side teaching

 Practical

Tutorial

Demonstra-tion

 

Photograph

power point

Whiteboard

Hospital

Dummy

 

10

4

1

15

2.

Management of Traumatic wounds

2

1

1

4

3.

Management of Head & Neck

8

5

2

15

4.

Management of  the limbs

 a- Thaminkhwarpauk

 b- Thettant-nar (Deep abscess)

c- Gangrene

10

7

3

20

5.

Management of the chest and back

  a- Breast disease

 b- Anarphasoke (Carbuncle)

 c- Bed sore

10

7

3

20

6.

Ano-rectal diseases

  a- Ischio- rectal Boils

  b- Piles

  c- Fistula in Ano

12

9

4

25

7.

Common Skin disease

5

4

2

11

8.

Common ulcer and sore diseases in view of surgical methods in modern medicine

10

 

 

10

 

Total

 

 

67

37

16

120

1. Chapter One– Tumour

Specific Learning Objectives
At the end of the course the learner should be able to:
1. describe and recognize etiologies of tumour.
2. analyze different types of tumours and their signs and symptoms
3. determine clinical diagnosis
4. manage treatment of traditional medicine
4. observe and analyze complicated conditions and use referral system effectively.

Contents
Tumour
1. Introduction
2. Definition
3. Aetiology
4. Signs & Symptoms
5. Varieties
6. Clinical Diagnosis
7. Treatment of Traditional Medicine

Teaching Learning Method and Time Allotment
- Lecture, Bed-side teaching, Practical, Tutorial, Demonstration
- Lecture – 10 hours
- Practical – 4 hours
- Tutorial – 1 hour

Media
- Photograph, power point, Whiteboard, Hospital
Assessment
MCQs
MSQs
Essay Types

2. Chapter Two – Traumatic Wounds

Specific Learning Objectives
At the end of the course the learner should be able to:
1. recognizeaetiology and signs and symptoms of traumatic wounds.
2. realize clinical diagnosis and decide appropriate treatment.

Contents
Traumatic Wounds
1. Introduction
2. Definition
3. Aetiology
3.1 Primary Cause
4. Signs & Symptoms
4.1 Signs & symptoms which may be commonly found
4.2 Signs & symptoms which may be found on the long term basis
5. Varieties
6. Clinical Diagnosis
7. Treatment of Traditional Medicine

Teaching Learning Method and Time Allotment
- Lecture, Bed-side teaching, Practical, Tutorial, Demonstration
- Lecture – 2 hours
- Practical – 1 hour
- Tutorial – 1 hour

Media
- Photograph, power point, Whiteboard, Hospital,

Assessment
MCQs
MSQs
Essay Types

3. Chapter Three – Ulcer & Sore appearing on the Head

Specific Learning Objectives
At the end of the course the learner should be able to:
1. identify kinds of ulcers and sores appearing on the head.
2. describe and recognize etiologies, signs and symptoms of ulcers and sores appearing on the head.
3. determine clinical diagnosis of the sore appearing on the head.
4. manage treatment of traditional medicine
4. observe and analyze complicated conditions and use referral system effectively

Contents
Ulcer & Sore appearing on the Head
(a) The sores appearing at the inside of the hair of the head
1. Introduction
2. Definition
3. Aetiology
4. Signs & Symptoms
5. Varieties
6. Clinical Diagnosis
7. Treatment of Traditional Medicine
(b) The sores appearing on the face
1. Introduction
2. Definition
3. Aetiology
4. Signs & Symptoms
5. Varieties
6. Clinical Diagnosis
7. Treatment of Traditional Medicine
(c)The sores appearing in the ear, the nose and the throat
1. Introduction
2. Definition
3. Aetiology
4. Signs & Symptoms
5. Varieties
6. Clinical Diagnosis
7. Treatment of Traditional Medicine
(d)The sores appearing on the mouth and the tongue and inside the mouth
1. Introduction
2. Definition
3. Aetiology
4. Signs & Symptoms
5. Varieties
6. Clinical Diagnosis
7. Treatment of Traditional Medicine

Teaching Learning Method and Time Allotment
- Lecture, Bed-side teaching, Practical, Tutorial, Demonstration
- Lecture – 8 hours
- Practical – 5 hours
- Tutorial – 1 hour

Media
- Photograph, power point, Whiteboard, Hospital

Assessment
MCQs
MSQs

4. Chapter Four – Ulcer & Sore appearing commonly on the limbs

Specific Learning Objectives
At the end of the course the learner should be able to:
1.realizeaetiologies, pathogenesis and signs and symptoms of the sores appearing commonly on the limbs.
2. analyzeThamin-Khwarpauk-Nar, Thettant-Nar and Gangrene
3. decide appropriate treatment and cure skillfully.
4. analyze complicated conditions and practice referral system systematically.

Contents
Ulcer & Sore appearing commonly on the limbs
(a) Thamin-khwarpauk-nar
1. Introduction
2. Definition
3. Aetiology
4. Signs & Symptoms
5. Varieties
6. Clinical Diagnosis
7. Treatment of Traditional Medicine

(b) Thettant-nar
1. Introduction
2. Definition
3. Aetiology
4. Signs & Symptoms
4.1 Cardinal signs & symptoms
5. Varieties
6. Clinical Diagnosis
7. Treatment of Traditional Medicine

(c )Gangrene
1. Introduction
2. Definition
3. Aetiology
4. Signs & Symptoms
4.1 pre-symptoms and signs
4.2 current signs and symptoms
5. Varieties
6. Clinical Diagnosis
7. Treatment of Traditional Medicine

Teaching Learning Method and Time Allotment
- Lecture, Bed-side teaching, Practical, Tutorial, Demonstration
- Lecture – 10 hours
- Practical – 7 hours
- Tutorial – 3 hours

Media
- Photograph, power point, Whiteboard, Hospital

Assessment
MCQs
MSQs
Essay Type

5. Chapter Five– Diseases of the Chest & the Back

Specific Learning Objectives
At the end of the course the learner should be able to:
1. describe the kinds of ulcers and sores appearing commonly on the chest and back.
2. realizeaetiologies, pathogenesis and signs and symptoms of breast diseases, carbuncle and bedsore.
3. recognize clinical diagnosis and decide appropriate treatment.
4. cure skillfully each sore.
5.analyze complicated conditions and practice referral system systematically.

Contents
Diseases of the Chest & the Back
(a) Breast Diseases
1. Introduction
2. Definition
3. Aetiology
4. Varieties
(a) Acute Mastitis
(b) Chronic Mastitis
(c) Breast Carcinoma
5. Signs & Symptoms
6. Clinical Diagnosis
7. Treatment of Traditional Medicine

(b) Carbuncle
1. Introduction
2. Definition
3. Aetiology
4. Signs & Symptoms
(a) signs & symptoms in first stage
(b) signs & symptoms in second stage
(c) signs & symptoms in third stage
5. Varieties
6. Clinical Diagnosis
7. Treatment of Traditional Medicine

(c) Bedsore
1. Introductions
2. Definition
3. Aetiology
4. Varieties
(a) Acute Bed Sore
(b) Chronic Bed Sore
5. Signs & Symptoms
(a) Pre-signs and symptoms
(b) Current signs and symptoms
6. Clinical Diagnosis
7. Treatment of Traditional Medicine

 Teaching Learning Method and Time Allotment
- Lecture, Bed-side teaching, Practical, Tutorial, Demonstration
- Lecture – 10 hours
- Practical – 7 hours
- Tutorial – 3 hours

Media
- Photograph, power point, Whiteboard, Hospital,
Assessment
MCQs
MSQs
Essay Types

6. Chapter Five – Ano-rectal Disease

Specific Learning Objectives
At the end of the course the learner should be able to:
1.describe the kinds of ulcers and sores appearing commonly in and around the anus.
2. study on the ano-rectal diseases by traditional medicine and compare with modern medicine.
3. realizeaetiologies, pathogenesis and signs and symptoms of ano-rectal diseases.
4. recognize clinical diagnosis and decide appropriate treatment.
5. examineano-rectal diseases and how to manage the diseases
6.analyze complicated conditions and practice referral system systematically.

Contents

Ano-rectal Disease
(A) Ischio-rectal abscess or boil
1. Introduction
2. Definition
3. Aetiology
4. Signs & Symptoms
5. Varieties
6. Clinical Diagnosis
7. Treatment of Traditional Medicine

(B) Anal-fissure
1. Introduction
2. Definition
3. Aetiology
4. Signs & Symptoms
5. Varietiess
6. Clinical Diagnosis
7. Treatment of Traditional Medicine
(C) Hemorrhoids
1. Introduction
2. Definition
3. Aetiology
4. Signs & Symptoms
a. pre-symptoms and signs
b. current signs and symptoms
c. signs and symptoms of Upakkheyya
5. Varieties
5.1 Kinds of Myinthayike according to the Ayurveda medicine
5.2 Kinds of Myinthayikegiving in the book ofDhatuvibhagadipani
5.3 Kinds of Myinthayike giving in the book of Chanavuti
5.4 Kinds of piles based on the time, the part and the way which it appears
5.5 Three Folds
5.6 Signs and symptoms of Sadhya, Kicchasadhya and Asadhya
6. Clinical Diagnosis
7. Treatment of Traditional Medicine
7.1 Non- operative
7.2 Operation (Ksharausutra Therapy)
(D) Fistula in ano
1. Introduction
2. Definition
3. Aetiology
4. Signs & Symptoms
5. Varieties
6. Clinical Diagnosis
7. Treatment of Traditional Medicine

Teaching Learning Method and Time Allotment
- Lecture, Bed-side teaching, Practical, Tutorial, Demonstration
- Lecture – 12 hours
- Practical – 9 hours
- Tutorial – 4 hours

Media
- Photograph, power point, Whiteboard, Hospital, Dummy

Assessment
MCQs
MSQs
Essay Type


7. Chapter Six – Skin Diseases

Specific Learning Objectives
At the end of the course the learner should be able to:
1.describe the kinds of skin diseases.
2. realizeaetiologies, pathogenesis and signs and symptoms of skin disease.
3. differentiate some different types of skin diseases.
4.recognize clinical diagnosis and decide appropriate treatment.
5. cure skillfully each sore.
6.analyze complicated conditions and practice referral system systematically.

Contents
Skin Diseases
1. Introduction
2. Definition
3. Aetiology
4. Varieties
5. Signs & Symptoms
6. Clinical Diagnosis
7. Treatment of Traditional Medicine

Teaching Learning Method and Time Allotment
- Lecture, Bed-side teaching, Practical, Tutorial, Demonstration
- Lecture – 5 hours
- Practical – 4 hours
- Tutorial – 2 hours

Media
- Photograph, power point, Whiteboard, Hospital, Dummy

Assessment
MCQs
MSQs
Essay Types

7. Curriculum of General Surgery for Traditional Medicine

Specific Learning Objectives
At the end of the course the learner should be able to:
1. recognize the basic general surgery according to Modern Medicine.
2.determine surgery which is able to do by Traditional Medicine or Western Medicine method.
3. decide the conditions which is necessary to do by major surgery and able to use referral system in time.

Contents
1. Sterilization and disinfection
2. Ulcer, Sinuses Fistulae,
3. Tumor
4. Common Lesion of body
5. Breast Tumor
6. Jaundice
7. Acute abdomen
8. Fistula in ano
9. Fissure in ano
10. Haemorrhoid
11. Cervical Lymphadenopathy
12. Skin problems

Teaching Learning Method and Time Allotment
- Lecture
- Lecture – 10 hours

Media
- Powerpoint

Assessment
Oral test in practical examination
Total Teaching Hours – 120 hours
- Lecture – 67 hours
- Practical – 37 hours
- Tutorial – 16 hours

Assessment in Fourth Year Course
Formative Assessment (30%)
In formative assessment, the following course work will be included;
- Submission of practical record book 10%
- Tutorial 10%
- Mid-term test 10%

Summative Assessment (70%)
As summative assessment, an examination will be held at the end of academic year by internal examiner from the University of Traditional Medicine.
In summative assessment will be made3 as,
Theory paper will consist of
(a) 20 MCQs
(b) 4 MSQs
(c) Essay type questions

Theory paper – 50%
Practical - 10%
Viva- voce - 10%
Formative assessment -30%
Distinction marks - 75 marks
Pass marks - 50 marks
Fill - 3F System

Second Year (B.M.T.M) Bridge Course

Period of study - One academic year
Total Teaching Hour - 100 Hours

Second Year (B. M. T. M) Bridge Course
Programme Structure

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Content

Method

Media

Time

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1.

 

2.

 

3.

 

 

 

 

 

 

4.

 

 

 

 

 

 

5.

 

 

 

 

 

6.

Tumour

 

Traumatic wounds

 

Common lesions of the limbs

  a- Thaminkhwarpauk

  b- That tant (Deep abscess)

  c- Gangrene

 

Common lesions of the chest and back

  a- Breast disease

  b- Anarpahsoke (Carbuncle)

  c- Bed sore

 

Ano-rectal diseases

  a- Ischio- rectal Boils

  b- Anal Fissure

  c- Piles

  d- Fistula in Ano

 

Skin disease

A, B1, D2, E

 

A, B1 B2, D1,E, F

 

A, B1 B2, D1,E, F

 

 

 

 

A, B1 B2, D1,E, F

 

 

 

 

A, B1 B2, D1,E, F

 

 

 

 

 

A, B1 B2, D1,E, F

 

 

 

Photograph

Power point

Whiteboard

Hospital Dummy

 

 

 

6

 

4

 

9

 

 

 

 

10

 

 

 

 

15

 

 

 

 

 

6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

50

A = Formal Lecture
B1 = Topic discussion
B2 = Reference book reading and group discussion
C = Written assignment
D1 = Individual practical exercise
D2 = Group practical exercise
E = Clinical Teaching (outpatient teaching & bed-side teaching)
F = Case Presentation

Student Assessment
1. Formative Assessment Weightage 30 %
2. Summative Assessment Weightage 70 %
(a) Theory 40 %
(b) Practical/ clinical 20 %
(c) Viva 10 %

3. Passes Marks 50 %
4. Distinction Marks 75 %
5. F system 3 F

First Year (M.M.T.M) Course
Period of study - One academic year
Total Teaching Hour - 100 Hours

M. M. T. M (First Year & Second Year)

Objectives
At the end of the course, the learners should be able to:
1. state a detailed knowledge of basic principles of ethic, sterilization, disinfection, universal precaution, surgical infection and be able to handle the operating theatre techniques in general surgery.
2. discuss the definition of infection, particularly in surgery.
3. analyze the different patterns of shock and be able to perform in resuscitation.
4. manage different types of tumors.
5. recognize the etiology and classification of ulcer and sore in the face, ear, nose, and throat.
6. discuss and manage the complications of ulcer and sore in the face, ear, nose, and throat.
7. interpret the appropriate investigation of ulcer and sore in breast, chest and back.
8. manage the breast tumors by traditional medicine.
9. describe the diagnosis and treatment of ulcer and sore of upper limbs.
10. apply the advanced management of thetantnar, Thamin-khwar-pauk-nar and other ulcer and sore of the lower limb.
11. analyze clinical data (history and physical signs) and diagnose anorectal diseases and be able to formulate a rational management plan.
12. performksharsutratherapy used in ano-rectal disease.
13. perform diagnostic and therapeutic procedures for skin lesions.
14. apply Raktamokshana (bloodletting) method, used in the Ayurvedic medicine, to Myanmar traditional medicine

Department of Ulcer and Sore Therapy

First Year M. M. T. M(General)
Programme Structure

SN.

Content

Method

Media

Time

L

P

A

To

1.

 

 

2.

 

 

3.

 

 

4.

 

 

5.

 

 

6.

 

 

7.

Chapter (1)

Basic general Surgery

 

Chapter (2)

Tomours

 

Chapter (3)

The Head & Neck

 

Chapter (4)

Chest & Back

 

Chapter (5)

The Limb

 

Chapter (6)

Ano0 rectal

 

Chapter (7)

The Ski

 

- Lecture

- Practical

- Assessment

- Seminar

- clinical teaching

   Exercise

- cause presentation & discussion

- Problem solving

 

- Whiteboard

- OHP

- LCD projector

- Education/ Internet access

- Library

- Operation theatre

Instruments

-Specimen

(real/model)

- Vinyl poster

 

 

5

 

 

4

 

 

4

 

 

4

 

 

4

 

 

6

 

 

6

 

5

 

 

6

 

 

6

 

 

6

 

 

8

 

 

12

 

 

12

 

 

 

 

2

 

 

2

 

 

2

 

 

2

 

 

2

 

 

2

 

10

 

 

12

 

 

12

 

 

12

 

 

12

 

 

20

 

 

20

 

Total

 

 

33

55

12

100

L = Lecture
P = Practical
A = Assessment

Assessment of the first year M. M. T. M
a. Formative assessment
This is to be done throughout the course by the faculty and the Course Supervisors (who have to submit written confidential reports to the Course Chairman) on attendance, the quality and timely submission of assignments, presentation and participation in seminars and other academic activities.
All candidates while under training will be assessed at quarterly intervals with appropriate grading system. This grading system will only be used for continued evaluation of the course and will not contribute to the final summative assessment.
Logbook and checklist will be used as a document for the continued assessment of the progress of the candidate. The candidate is to keep a logbook in which academic activities throughout the course are to be recorded regularly. Thesupervisors or the heads of the departments will check and sign the document to bereturned to the candidate with his / her remarks and opinions. This is to be submitted to the Chairman of the Board of Studies, after duly verified and signed by the course supervisors. Only if the academic record is satisfactory, the candidate is eligible to sit for the Promotion Examination.

b. Summative assessment
The type of questions is MCQ (multiple response, minus system but not carried over) and the time allowed for each paper is three hours and the allotted marks for each paper is 100.
Pass / Fail criteria
a. Pass
Score of 60% or above in each of the seven papers.
b. Fail with compartmental privileges
Of the seven papers, if the candidate obtains pass marks (60%) in 4 papers, and at least 40% in the remaining papers, he/she may be accounted as one F and may sit for supplementary examination for that paper (s) with not more than two more attempts (3 F system).
c. Fail without compartmental privileges
Of the seven papers, if the candidate fails in more than half (i.e. 4 and above) of the papers, he/she must re-sit for all seven papers in the next academic year.

Supplementary examination
        A supplementary examination will be held within 6 weeks after the regular examination, depending on the number of papers failed and on the candidate’s progress.

Number of attempts
        This is restricted to three. This means if the candidate fails in regular and two more supplementary examinations, the candidate is to be terminated (3F system).

Second Year (M.M.T.M) Course

SN.

Content

Method

Media

Time

L

P

D

To

1.

 

 

 

2.

 

 

3.

 

 

4.

 

 

5.

 

 

6

1st week

Basic general Surgery

Tomours

 

2nd weeks

The Head & Neck

 

3rd weeks

Chest & Back

 

4th weeks

The Limb

 

5th weeks

Ano rectal

 

6th weeks

The Skin

- Lecture

- Practical

- Seminar

- cause presentation & discussion

- Problem solving

 

- Whiteboard

- OHP

- LCD projector

- Education/ Internet access

- Library

- Operation theatre

Instruments

-Specimen

(real/model)

- Vinyl poster

 

 

2

 

 

2

 

 

2

 

 

2

 

 

2

 

 

 

 

3

 

 

3

 

 

3

 

 

3

 

 

3

 

 

3

 

2

 

 

2

 

 

2

 

 

2

 

 

2

 

 

2

 

7

 

 

7

 

 

7

 

 

7

 

 

7

 

 

7

 

Total

 

 

12

18

12

42

Period of study - One academic year
Total Teaching Hour - 100 Hours

Second Year M. M. T. M (General)
Programme Structure

L = Lecture
P = Practical
D = Discussion

Assessment of the second year M. M. T. M
a. Formative assessment
1. Assessment will be done by Head of the respective ward using a prepared check list, a logbook and a report card.
2. The logbook and check list are used to serve as documents for the assessment of the progress of the candidate. The candidate is to keep a log book in which academic activities which include all the submitted written assignments, case submission, photo copies of the journal reading section in which the candidate had participated, and all other relevant materials covered during the course are to be recorded regularly.
3. The logbook is to be submitted to the Chairman of the Board of Studies after duly verified and signed by supervisors.
4. Unsatisfactory assessment record of the ward postings though possible is not expected unless the student is poorly motivated or if there is an absence due to valid health reason.
5. He / she will be required to repeat the posting if it is considered unsatisfactory.
6. There will be one MOCK examination in the mid of the second yeartraining. The score obtained in this assessment will not contribute to the final summativeassessment.

b. Summative assessment
The final examination will be held one calendar year from the beginning of the course (during December if the course begins in January of the same year) and it consists oftwo paper
Paper (1) - consists oftwoportions
Portions I - Written theory examination and
Portions II - Clinical competency examination

Pass / Fail Criteria
1. Summative assessment will be independently made by the chief examiner and the co-examiners of the concerned departments
2. Pass mark is 60% or above in each of three parts of examination
3. The candidate must attempt to answer at least one question from every section of the paper 1 and paper 2
4. If the candidate fails in any section of the paper, he/she may re-sit for supplementary examination for that paper (including written, clinical competency, and viva voce)not more than two more attempts (3 F System)
5. If the candidate fails in any part of the examination, he/she may re-sit for supplementary examination for that paper (including written, clinical competency, and viva voce) not more than two more attempts (3 F System)

Supplementary Examination
        The supplementary examination will be held 6 months after the regular examination depending on the number of papers failed and on the candidate’s progress.

Number of attempts
        This is restricted to three (3F system). This means if the candidate fails in regular and two attempts on supplementary examinations, the candidate is to be terminated.

Criteria for credit
        75% of an aggregate in each part of examination (average with first year result)

Criteria for Distinction
        80% and above score in any two parts of examination and the remaining one be at least 75% and an aggregate of them is 80% and above (average with first year result)

 

Course Outline

Third Year (B.M.T.M) Course
1. Introduction
2. Upadesa
3. Classification of Ulcer and Sore in the ancient medical books
4. Signs and Symptoms of ulcer and sore
5. Agantuka Vanas
6. Sastra karma and its methods
7. Man: (Septicemia), Ngan: (Delirium), An: (Swelling)
8. Generalization
9. Tumour

Fourth Year (B.M.T.M) Course
1. Management of ulcer and sore (head and neck)
2. Management of ulcer and sore (limbs)
3. Management of ulcer and sore (back and chest)
4. Ano-rectal diseases
5. Management of ulcer and sore (Tramatic wounds)
6. Skin diseases and their managements

Second Year (B.M.T.M) Bridge Course
1. Tumour
2. Traumatic wounds
3. Common lesions of limbs
a. Thaminkhwapau’
b. The’ tan. (Deep abscess)
c. Gangrene
4. Common lesions of the chest and back
a. Breast diseases
b. Ana pahsou’ (Carbuncle)
c. Bed Sore
5. Ano-rectal Diseases
a. Fissure
b. Piles
c. Fistula in Ano
6. Skin Diseases

First Year (M.M.T.M) Course
1. Basic Genaral Surgery
2. Tumours
3. Ulcers and sores of head and neck
4. Ulcers and Sores of chest and back
5. Ulcers and Sores of limbs
6. Ulcers and Sores of anorectal region
7. Ulcers and Sores of skin

Second Year (M.M.T.M) Course
1. Basic Genaral Surgery
2. Tumours
3. Ulcers and Sores of head and neck
4. Ulcers and Sores of chest and back
5. Ulcers and Sores of limbs
6. Ulcers and Sores of anorectal region
7. Ulcers and Sores of skin
8. Deep Abscess

Research done by Ulcer and Sore

Ongoing Dissertation
Monthly and Future Plan
1. Ulcer and Sore Therapy has been teaching to undergraduates (3rd and 4th year students of BMTM), Bridge course students and Master students at University of Traditional Medicine.
2. Practical and bed side teaching of Ulcer and Sore Therapy have been performing at University of Traditional Medicine and Traditional Medicine Teaching Hospital Mandalay.
3. Medical services have been performing at IPD and OPD in 100 Bedded Traditional Medicine Teaching Hospital Mandalay.
4. Research has been performing.
5. Teachers of Department of Ulcer and Sore Therapy have been performing as supervisors in term papers of internships and dissertations of master candidates as well as in clinical meeting.
6. And also participate in the discussions of clinical meetings and clinical presentations of internships, bridge course students and master students.
7. To be able to open special trainings and post graduate course of Ulcer and Sore Therapy, the Head and repsponsible teachers of Department of Ulcer and Sore Therapy consult with Professor Emeritus.
8. It has been participating in Lunch Time Talk and CTME Programme which not only share knowledge but also promote the quality of Traditional Medicine Practitioners
9. Curriculum has been upgrading.
10. Basic knowledge of Traditional Medicine has been introducing to the candidates of Monastic University, Fire Training School and Mandalay Correctional Department.
11. It also participates in medical field trips of University of Traditional Medicine as well as PPDP (Personal and Professional Development Programme).
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