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Physiology

Physiology

Overview

Message From the HEAD of theDepartment

Welcome to the Department ofPhysiology

The Physiology department is an intellectually vibrantplace.

This Departmental page is designed to introduce visitors andstudents to our Department, its research, teaching, and administrativeactivities. Physiology is the study of how the body works in health and diseaseat all levels including molecular, genomic, proteomic, ionic, cellular, organand whole organism. The essence of research and teaching in Physiology requiresan enquiring mind anchored on a global and integrative perspective to theunderstanding of how things work in a living organism.

Department was established in 2011 in New building in GMERSMedical College campus with annual intake capacity of 150 students.The intakehas increased to 200 since 2019. Department is located on First floor and hasinfrastructure adequate to cater the need of 200 admissions per year.

The Department of Physiology at GMERS Medical College,Gandhinagar is committed to excellence in teaching, research and service.Members of the faculty are actively involved in educational programs in thecollege. Members of the Department of Physiology, conduct research in the areasof cardiovascular, Pulmonary, Neurophysiology, and endocrine physiology. Membersof the faculty of the Department of Physiology are involved in collaborativeresearch with clinicians from the Departments of Medicine, Surgery, andPediatrics in the College.

We are committed to help equip and infuse in our students alife-long love for learning, the excitement of discovery and a keen sense ofcuriosity about the chemical, physical and biological functions of life.

I welcome you to the Department and do not hesitate to seeme over any issues. We operate an open door policy. Also all academic staffmembers have office hours during which they are available for consultation anddiscussion outside the formal teaching sessions.

I wish you a rewarding and stimulating learning experienceat the Department of Physiology and The GMERS Medical College, Gandhinagar.

Dr. Amit Upadhyah

M.B.B.S, M.D.(Phy)MAHE-FAIMERFellow 2020

Professor & Head Deptt.ofPhysiology

GMERS Medical College,Gandhinagar

 

INCUMBENCY CHART OF HEAD, DEPARTMENTOF PHYSIOLOGY

Sr. No

Name

 

Designation

From

To

1

Dr. Vilas J Patel

 

Professor

12-09-2010

04-01-2011

2

Dr. K. D. Pandya

 

Professor

08-03-2011

12-12-2011

3

Dr. Sadhana M. Joshi

 

Professor

12-12-2011

30-10-2013

4

Dr. Jasmin S. Diwan

 

Professor

11-02-2014

11/11/2020

5

Dr. Dharmendra Dodiya

 

Associate Professor

12/11/2020

24/01/2023

6

Dr. Amit Upadhyah

 

Professor

25/01/2023

TILL DATE

 

Facilities

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Infrastructure & Facilities

Infrastructure & Facilities

DEPARTMENT OF PHYSIOLOGY INFRASRUCTURE

(i)

Demonstration Room :

 

Available (as per MCI norms)

 

A)

Number

 

2

 

b)

Accommodation (of each demonstration room)

 

Adequate

 

 

-

Size

1.    60 Sq.M

2.     60 Sq.M

 

 

-

Capacity

75 students in each room

 

c)

Audio-Visual

equipment

Available

Available

Overhead Projector Multimedia Projector Multimedia Computers, Laptop, Public address System in Lecture Theatre, CD writers, DVD writers, Camera Attachment for Microscope to project slides on screen

 

 

 

 

(ii)

Practical Laboratories :

n

n

 

 

 

Amphibian

Laboratory

Mammalian

Laboratory

Haematology

Laboratory

Clinical

Physiology

Laboratory

 

a)

Accommodation

 

 

 

 

 

 

• Size

280 Sq. M

80 Sq. M

295 Sq. M

90 Sq. M

 

 

• Capacity

Adequate

Adequate

Adequate

Adequate

 

b)

Working

arrangement

 

 

 

 

 

 

- Seats available

90

90

90

90

 

 

- Water supply

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

 

 

- Sinks

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

 

 

- Electric points

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

 

 

-Cupboard for storage of microscope, slides etc.

3

5

11 + Wooden Racks -2 Big, 1Small, Iron Racks - 1

3

 

c)

Main equipment available

Annexure 1

 

 

 

 

d)

Number of Microscopes

-

-

90

 

 

e)

No. of students to each Microscope

 

 

One Each

 

 

f)

Preparation room

 

 

 

 

 

 

Size

14 Sq. M

14 Sq. M

14 Sq. M

 

 

 

Location

In the laboratory

In the laboratory

In the laboratory

-

 

g)

Whether Laboratory Manuals kept by students

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

 

 

 

 

 

h)

Close circuit

Overhead Projector

 

 

 

TV /demonstration

Multimedia Projector,

 

 

 

Microscope/ any

Multimedia Computers,

 

 

 

other teaching aids

Laptop, CD writers, DVD writers,

 

 

 

 

Camera Attachment for Microscope to project slides on screen

 

 

 

 

Charts & Photographs

 

 

 

(III)

Departmental Library-cum-Seminar Room :

 

a)

Is there a separate departmental library?

YES

 

b)

Accommodation

 

 

 

-

Size

40 Sq.M

 

 

-

Capacity

Adequate to accommodate all Teaching Staff

 

c)

Number of Books in Physiology including Biophysics

99

(Annexure 2)

 

d)

List of Journals

•       Ind. J. of Phy. AndPharmac.

•       IJABMS

•       IJBAP

•       Some old volumes of other journals like...JIMA

•      Available through “Virtual library” scheme of Govt. of Gujarat IJPP And some old volumes of other Journals accessed by Virtual Library

•       Online Free Journals in E- Library

(iv)

Research Laboratory : YES

 

a)

Size

50 Sq. M

 

b)

Equipment

See last page

 

c)

Are there any students taken for M.D. or Ph. D In Physiology?

No

 

 

If so how many per year during the last three years

-

 

 

1)

Diploma

-

 

 

2)

Degree

-

           
 

 

(v) OFFICE ACCOMODATION: available as per MCI norms

 

a)

Professor & H.O.D.

22 Sq. M

 

b)

Associate Professor /Readers

2 rooms of 15 Sq. M each

 

c)

Asst. Professors/Lecturers

3 rooms of 12 Sq. M each

 

d)

Tutors/Demonstrators

60 Sq.M

 

e)

Non-teaching and Clerical Staff

* S

q. q.

SS

2 2 11

 
 

 

 

Department of Physiology (Main instruments available in Labs )

AMPHIBIAN LABORATORY

Sr no.

Instruments

QUANTITY

1

Sherrington Starling Kymograph (Preferably electrically driven)

42

2

Myograph Stand / Myograph Board

42

3

Inductorium-induction coil

42

4

Simple key

42

5

Short Circulating key

42

6

Pohl's Commutator

42

7

Vibrating Interrupter

42

8

Muscle Through (LUCAS)

42

9

Muscle lever

42

10

Muscle grip of femur clamp

42

11

Hook and weight set

42

12

Heart lever

42

13

Frog board for dissection

42

14

Enamel tray

200

15

Frog board cork-lined with boss-head

42

16

Low voltage units

42

17

Mercury Key

42

18

Electrodes

42

19

Single Magnet time marker

42

20

Tripod stand

42

21

Electric time makers, 100/sec.

13

22

Tuning fork, time marker, 100/sec.

20

23

X-blocks

30

26

Copper wire (double cotton covered)

2 Rolls

27

Kymograph paper

5 Rolls

28

burette clamps (burette stand with clamp)

30

29

Vibrating reed

52

30

T ap key

42

31

Harvard Steps

20

32

Smoking Instrument Set

1

33

Isotonic lever

42

 

MAMMALIAN LABORATORY

 

SR NO.

Instruments

QUANTITY

1

Large extension kymographs-Brodie- Starling complete with respiration pump, motor time marker Manometer etc. As required

0

2

Operation table

1

3

Volume recorders

8

4

Dale's bath for internal organ

30

5

Isolated Organs. Bath for students complete with liver etc.

40

6

Animal Weighing Machine, for small and big animals (for each)

2

7

Mary's Tambour

40

 

 

8

Venus and arterial canula (different sizes) (each) 40

40 each

9

Smoking outfit, with fume cupboard

1

10

Varnishing outfit, for long and short papers

2

11

Anaesthesia boxes

5

12

Surgical instruments for operative procedures, syringes, pulleys

3

13

Instrument trolley

2

14

Assembly Preparation to apparatus of mammalian heart

1

HUMAN AND OTHER EXPERIMENTS

SR NO.

INSTRUMENT

QUANTITY

1.

Microscopes, Oil immersion

99 (90+9)

2.

Demonstrations eye piece

4

3.

Double Demonstration eye piece

4

4.

Stage incubator

1

5.

Wastergen's Pipettes for E.S.R.on Stand (with space pipettes)

50

6.

Haemogiobinometer, Sahli's (with spaces)

70

7.

Haemocytometers

47

8.

Sphygmomanometer

35

9.

Perimeter Priestly Smith S/LP.984 B & T

10

10.

Stethoscopes

20

11.

Stethoscopes, Demonstration with Multiple ear pieces

20

12.

Polygraphs

4

13.

Spirometer, Ordinary

10

14.

Gas analysis apparatus, Haldane's students type

1

15.

Van Slyko's apparatus manometric

2

16.

Gas analyzer - automatic for CO2, O2, N2

1

17.

Basal Metabolism Apparatus

1

18.

ErogographMosse's

10

19.

Clinical thermometer

30

20.

Compassaesthesiometer

20

21.

Thermal-aesthesiomer

15

22.

Algometer

3

23.

Apparatus for passive movement

5

24.

Knee hammer

25

25.

Stethograph

15

26.

Bicycle ergometer

6

27.

Olfactometer

2

28.

Opthalmoscope

2

29.

Schematic eye

4

30.

Phakoscope

2

31.

Perimeters, with charts

2

32.

Colour perception lantern Edridge Green

1

33.

Maddox rod

1

34.

Newtonscolour wheel

1

35.

Tuning forks to test hearing 32-10,000 cps (sets)

30

36.

Dynamometer

2

37.

Otorhinolaryngoscope

5

38.

Stop watches

10

39.

Viscosimeter

2

40

Height scale

5

41

Electric sterilizer

2

42

Douglas Bag

12

43

X block

10

 

 

44

Venous pressure apparatus

2

GENERAL

SR NO.

Instruments

QUANTITY

1.

Physiograph, 3 channels, complete with accessories

4

2.

Physiograph, single channel, with accessories

8

3.

Centrifuge, high speed with techno-meter etc.

1

4.

Calorimeter, photo-electric

1

5.

pH meter, electric

1

6.

Refrigerator, 9-10c ft.

2

7.

Oxygen Cylinder with trolley

5

8.

Co cylinder with trolley

4

9.

Electronic stimulator -student type

32

10.

Water distillation still, with spare heating elements

2

11.

All glass distillation apparatus double stage

2

12.

Voltage stabilizer

4

13.

Step down transformers

1

14.

Thermometers Lab.

4

15.

Balances digital

2

16.

Stainless steel top table

16

17.

Weighing Machine

3

18.

Karada scale

1

OTHERS

SR NO

Instruments

QUANTITY

1.

Sherrington shrilly kymograph

3

2.

Micorpipttes push button type variable volume 50-1000 uL

5

3.

Tiles for blood groups (pitted slides)

50

4.

Harward steps for cardiac efficiency

20

5.

WBC Pippette

25

6.

RBC Pippette

25

7.

HbPippette

25

8.

Capillaries

325 box

9.

Wintrobe's Tube

50

10.

Wintrobe's Stand

40

11.

Ambu Bag

2

12.

Metronome

15

13.

Alluminium staining rods

100

14.

Blower for Peripheral smear

100

15.

Test tube stand (for fragility)

100

16.

Test tube stand (small)

100

17.

Ishihara chart for colour vision

5

18.

Hair aesthesiometer

10

19.

Snellens chart for distant vision

3

20.

Jaegers chart for near vision

15

21.

Measuring tape

15

22.

T orch with batteries

11

23.

Autoclave

1

24.

Enamel bowl

100

25.

OHP

3

26.

Computer with printer

1

 

 

No.

Chemicals

Quantity

1

Distilled water

10 lit

2

Cedar wood oil

12 bottle

3

Spirit (Methanol)

2.5 lit

4

EDTA

3 bottle

5

3.8% Trisodium citrate

1 bottle

6

WBC Fluid ( Turk's fluid)

10 bottle

7

RBC Fluid (Hayem' fluid)

10 bottle

8

N/10 HCI

10 bottle

9

Lieshman's stain

8 bottle

10

Brilliant Cresyl blue

1 bottle

11

Anticoagulant Fluid: double oxalate ( ammonium & potassium)

1 packet

12

Normal Saline 0.9%

2 bottle

13

Normal saline 1%

1 bottle

14

Blood Group (anti-Sera)

5

15

Glacial Acetic Acid - 500ml

5 Bottle

16

Methanol

5 Litter

17

Platelet Reagent

1 Bottle - 100ml

18

Double oxalate sol.

2 bottle

19

Mercury

100 gm

20

Hypotonic saline

2 bottle

21

Hypertonic saline

1bottle

22

Acetone extra pure

2bottle

23

Ph Capsule

10 bottle

24

Copper Sulphate

500 gms

25

Potassium Chloride

500 gms

26

Potassium Permangenet

500gms

 

 

 

 

 

No.

CONSUMABLE

Quantity

1

Syringes

2 Boxes

2

Needle

10 boxes

3

Cotton

5 roll

4

Lancets

11 box

5

Blotting paper

11 box

6

Ryle's tube

10

7

Reproductive set ( Barrier contraceptive, OCP ,IUCD)

5 set

8

Intravenous set

5 set

9

Simple rubber Catheter

5

 

 

No.

Glasswares

Quantity

1

Flask-50ml

10

2

Flask-100ml

10

3

Beaker-50ml

5

4

Beaker-100ml

5

5

Beaker-250ml

5

6

Droppers with long capillary tube

100

7

Coverslips

5 packets

8

Petri dish

50

9

Glass vials

1000 nos

10

Blood Group Tiles

45 nos

11

B.T. - C.T. tubes

305 boxes

12

Slides

10 packets

13

Watch glass

100

14

Test tubes

10 Boxes

15

Plastic Dropping Bottle

36

 

 

Charts in Physiology Department

No.

Name of Chart

CNS

 

1.

Structure of sympathetic division of ANS

2.

Types of connections between ganglia and postganglionic neurons in sympathetic division of ANS

3.

Cholinergic and adrenergic neurons in Sympathetic system

4.

Overview of nervous system function

5.

Structure of parasympathetic division of ANS

6.

Action Potential or impulse

7.

Summation of postsynaptic potential at trigger zone of a post synaptic neurons

8.

Structure of multipolar neuron

9.

sensory and somatic motor maps in cerebral cortex

10.

Anterolateral pathway

11.

DCML

12.

Stretch reflex

13.

Distribution of dermatomes

14.

Cross extensor reflex

15.

Functional areas of cerebrum

16.

Withdrawal reflex

17.

Processing of sensory inputs and motor outputs by spinal cord

18.

Action potential or impulse

19.

Signal transmission at chemical synapse

20.

Internal anatomy of spinal cord organization of grey and white matter

21.

Corticospinal pathway

22.

Distribution of referred pain

Sp. Sense

 

23.

Events in stimulation of auditory in right ear

24.

Structure of rods and cones

25.

Anatomy of ear

26.

The visual pathway

27.

Olfactory epithelium and olfactory receptors

28.

Microscopic structure of retina

29.

The relationship of gustatory receptors in tongue papilla

30.

Gustatory pathway

31.

Anatomy of eyeball

CVS

 

 
 

 

32.

Negative feedback : baroreceptor reflex

33.

Factor that increase cardiac output

34.

Dynamic of capillary exchange

35.

Action potential in ventricular contractile fibre

36.

Conduction system of Heart

37.

Arrhythmias

Muscle

Nerve

 

38.

Structure of Neuromuscular junction

39.

Myogram of twitch contraction

40.

Action Potential or impulse

41.

The Contraction Cycle

Endo

 

42.

Various Endocrine disorders

43.

Effect of growth hormone and IGF

Blood

 

44.

Origin development and structure of blood cells

45.

Component of blood in normal adults

46.

Blood clotting cascade

 

 

Respi.

 

47.

Muscle of inspiration and expiration and their action

48.

Changes in pressure of O2, CO2 during breathing

 

New Charts with frames

 

 

No.

Name of Chart

CVS

 

49.

ECG

50

Cardiac cycle

51

Examination of CVS

Muscle

Nerve

 

52

Organization of skeletal muscle and its connective tissue coverings

53

The arrangement of filaments within a sarcomere

54

Structure of thick and thin filaments

55

The role of calcium in the suspension after one hours in increasing hypotonity of NaCl solution and Distilled water

Endo

 

56

Endometrial Cycle

Blood

 

57

Neubaur”s chamber

58

Stapes of Preparation of Blood Smear

59.

Good (A) & Bad (B,C) Smear

60

Pattern of Counting Red Cells in RBC Square

61

Charging of Neubaur Chamber

62

Finding of RBC Suspension after 1 hour in increasing hypo tonicity of NaCl solution and Distilled water

63

Hypotonity Position of blood drop in CuSO4 solution of specific gravity ranging

 

 

 

from 1.050 to 1.066

64

Improved Neubauer counting chamber (above) And it is seen under low power objective (below).

65

Westergren's pipette(A) with its stand(B) and Pasteur pipette (C)

66

Peripheral blood smear showing RBCs and ReticolocyteWith fine reticular fibrils (arrow)-sup' staining

Amphibia

n

 

67

Simple muscle curve, effect of temperature

68

After load and free load

69

Fatigue, tetanus

70

Two successive stimuli

71

Effect of drugs on frog's heart

72

Properties of cardiac muscle

73

Effect of vagus and crescent stimuli

74

The student physiograph (A) the stimulator (B) the couplers(C)

Respirato

ry

 

75

Examination of RS

76

Holger Nielsen Method

77

Spirogram of lung volumes and capacities(average values for a healthy adult)

78

Periodic Breathing

Kideny

 

78

Cystometrogram

GIT

 

79

Examination of Abdomen

 

 

New Charts Gifted By Various Publishers to Department for Students Learning

No.

Name of Chart

1.

Bell's Palsy

2.

Reflex Examination

3.

Sensory & Motor System examination

4.

Murmurs

 
 

 

Wooden Laminated Photographs : History of Medicine

No

Name

Location in the Department

1.

THE CODE OF HAMMURAI

Departmental Library

2.

THE TEMPLES AND CULT OF ASCLEPIUS

Departmental Library

3.

SUSRUTA - SURGEON OF OLD INDIA

Lobby

4.

HIPPOCRATES: MEDICINE BECOMES A SCIENCE

HOD

5.

GALEN: INFLUENCE FOR 45 GENERATIONS

Departmental Library

6.

RHAZES AND ARABIC MEDICINE

Departmental Lobby

7.

MEDIEVAL HOSPITALS

Departmental Library

8.

HARVEY AND THE CIRCULATION OF BLOOD

Lobby

9.

LEEUWENHOEK AND THE “LITTLE ANIMALS”

Lobby

10.

JAMES LIND: CONQUEROR OF SCURVY

Lobby

11.

LAVOISIER: OXYGEN, COMBUSTION, AND RESPIRATION

Departmental Library

12.

LAENNEC AND THE STETHOSCOPE

Departmental Library

13.

HELMHOLTZ: PHYSICIST-PHYSICIAN

Departmental Library

14.

RONTGEN: INVISIBLE RAYS THAT SAVE LIVES

Lobby

 

 

15.

WALTER B.CANNON: PHYSIOLOGIC INVESTIGATOR

Lobby

16.

STEVEN HALE'S : RECORDING BLOOD PRESSURE

Lobby

17.

WILLEM EINTHOVEN : RECORDING ELECTROCARDIOGRAM

Lobby

 

 

Wooden Laminated Photographs:Noble Prize in Physiology or Medicine Winners Photographs for Teaching Recent Advances

No

Year

Name of Scientist

Work

1.

2003

Paul C. Lauterbur Sir Peter Mansfield

for their discoveries concerning Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

2.

2004

Richard Axel Linda B. Buck

for their discoveries of odorant receptors and the organization of the olfactory system

3.

2005

Barry J. Marshall J. Robin Warren

for their discovery of the bacterium Helicobacter pylori and its role in gastritis and peptic ulcer disease

4.

2006

Andrew Z. Fire Craig C. Mello

for their discovery of RNA interference - gene silencing by double-stranded RNA

5.

2007

Oliver Smithies Sir Martin J. Evans Mario R. Capecchi

for their discoveries of principles for introducing specific gene modifications in mice by the use of embryonic stem cells

6.

2008

Harald zurHausen

Franfoise Barre-Sinoussi Luc Montagnier

for his discovery of human papilloma viruses causing cervical cancer

for their discovery of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)

7.

2009

Jack W. Szostak Carol W. Greider Elizabeth H. Blackburn

for the discovery of how chromosomes are protected by telomeres and the enzyme telomerase

8.

2010

Robert G. Edwards

for the development of In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)

9.

2011

Bruce A. Beutler

Jules A. Hoffmann Ralph M. Steinman

for their discoveries concerning the activation of innate immunity

for his discovery of the dendritic cell and its role in adaptive immunity

10.

2012

Sir John B. Gurdon Shinya Yamanaka

for the discovery that mature cells can be reprogrammed to become pluripotent

11.

2013

James E. Rothman Randy W. Schekman Thomas C. Sudhof

for their discoveries of machinery regulating vesicle traffic, a major transport system in our cells

12.

2014

John O'Keefe May-Britt-Moser Edvard Moser

for their discoveries of cells that constitute a positioning system in the brain

13.

2015

YouyouTu

William C. Campbell Satoshi Omura

For her discoveries concerning novel therapy against malaria

For their discoveries concerning a novel therapy against infections caused by roundworm parasites

14.

2016

Yoshinori Ohsumi

for his discoveries of mechanisms for Autophagy

 

 

Wooden Laminated Photographs :Scientists

No

Name of Scientist

1

Linda B Buck

2

William Harvey

3

William Einthoven

4

Charles Herbert Best

5

Karl Landsteiner

6

HarGobind Khorana

7

Sir Charles Sherrington

8

Calude Bernard

9

Ivan Pavlov

10

Ernest Henry Starling

 

Models Prepared by Students

No

Name of Model

1

Model of Eye

2

Circulation

3

Cell Membrane

4

Action potential

5

Dissection of Frog Heart

 
 

 

 

 

LIST OF BOOKS IN PHYSIOLOGY DEPARTMENTAL LIBRARY

From Central library books

Sr. no

Name

Author

Edition

1.

Dorland's Medical Dictionary

Dorland

28 th

2.

McMinn's Clinical Atlas of Anatomy

Mcminn

6th

3.

T extbook of Endocrinology

Dharmlingam

2010

4.

T extbook of Endocrinology

Dharmlingam

2010

5.

Research Methodology

M N Parikh

2010

6.

Essential of Medical Physiology

Khurana

2008

7.

Essential of Medical Physiology

Khurana

2008

8.

Essential of Medical Physiology

Khurana

2008

9.

Essential of Medical Physiology

Khurana

2008

10.

Prep Menual of Physiology

Vijaya Joshi

4th

11.

Prep Menual of Physiology

Vijaya Joshi

4th

12.

Prep Menual of Physiology

Vijaya Joshi

4th

13.

T extbook of Physiology

Chandramauli

2010

14.

T extbook of Physiology

Chandramauli

2010

15.

T extbook of Endocrinology

Williams

2009

16.

Anaemia and Other red cell disorders

Bridge

2007

17.

Hutchison's Clinical Methods

Hutchisons

2008

18.

Harrison's Internal Medicine Vol-1

Harrison

2012

19.

Harrison's Internal Medicine Vol-2

Harrison

2012

20.

Harrison's Internal Medicine Vol-1

Harrison

2012

21.

Harrison's Internal Medicine Vol-2

Harrison

2012

22.

Essentials of Medical Physiology

Sambulinum

5th

23.

Textbook of physiology

Mathur

2006

24.

MCQ in Human physiology

Tendon

4th

25.

Medical Physiology made easy

Gupta

2008

26.

Textbook of Practical Physiology

CL Ghai

7th

27.

Textbook of Practical Physiology

CL Ghai

7th

28.

Understanding Medical Physiology

Bijalani

2003

29.

Understanding Medical Physiology

Bijalani

2003

30.

Ganong's Review of Physiology

Ganong

23rd

31.

Ganong's Review of Physiology

Ganong

23rd

32.

Ganong's Review of Physiology

Ganong

23rd

33.

Medical Physiology

Boron

2009

34.

Medical Physiology

Boron

2009

35.

Essentials of exercise physiology

Katch

2011

36.

Essentials of exercise physiology

Katch

2011

37.

Anatomy and Physiology

Waugh Anne

11th

38.

Textbook of Medical Biochemistry

Chatterjee

7th

39.

Biochemistry

Harvey

5th

40.

Principles of anatomy and Physiology Vol 1

Tortora

13th

41.

Principles of anatomy and Physiology vol 2

Tortora

13th

42.

Imaging and Anatomy

Manaster

2007

43.

Human Physiology

Davies

2001

44.

Human Physiology

Davies

2001

45.

Human Physiology

Davies

2001

46.

Medical Physiology

Guyton and Hall

2011

47.

Medical Physiology

Guyton and Hall

2011

48.

Medical Physiology

Guyton and Hall

2011

49.

Medical Physiology

Guyton and Hall

2011

 
 

 

 

50.

T ext Book Of Physiology Vol 1

A.K.JAIN

2012

51.

T ext Book Of Physiology Vol 2

A.K.JAIN

2012

52.

T ext Book Of Physiology Vol 1

A.K.Jain

2012

53.

T ext Book Of Physiology Vol 2

A.K.Jain

2012

54.

Medical Physiology For Undergraduate-2012

Indukhurana

2012

55.

Basic Of Medical Physiology

D.Vencates

2 Nd

56.

Basic Of Medical Physiology

D.Vencates

2 Nd

57.

Consise Medical Physiology

SojitChoudhary

2008

58.

Concise Medical Physiology

Chaudhari

3rd

59.

Workshp on holistic stress management &self Development with self hypnosisT raning

Dr. B. M. Palan

1997

60.

Renal physiology

Koppen Stanton

2009

61.

Clinical Physiology of Endocrine Disorder

Raji

Subramanian and Lam Saukuen

2008

62.

Laboratory Testing & Diagnostic procedure

Chernecky

Berger

2009

63.

Laboratory Testing & Diagnostic procedure

Chernecky

Berger

2009

64.

Pocket Companion of Medical Physiology

Guyton &Hall

2011

65.

Pocket Companion of Medical Physiology

Guyton &Hall

2011

66.

Essential of Medical Physiology for viva

Chatterjee

2008

67.

Essential of Medical Physiology for viva

Chatterjee

2008

68.

Viva in Medical Physiology

Basak

2009

69.

MCQs in Physiology

VarunMalhotra

2010

70.

MCQs in Physiology

VarunMalhotra

2010

71.

Objective structured practical examination

AartisoodMahaja

n

2010

72.

Physiological Basis of Medical Practice

Best &taylor

13th

73.

Color Atlas of Physiology

Stefan Silberngal

2009

74.

Macleod's Clinical Examination

Macleod

2010

75.

Macleod's Clinical Examination

Macleod

2010

76.

Practical Medicine

P. J. Mehta

2011

77.

Practical Medicine

P. J. Mehta

2011

78.

Wintrobe's Clinical Hematology Vol. I

Wintrobe

2009

79.

Wintrobe's Clinical Hematology Vol. I I

Wintrobe

2009

80.

Macloed's clinical examination

Macleod

12th

81.

Wintrobe's Clinical Himotology (Vol. I)

Wintrobe

12th

82.

Wintrobe's Clinical Himotology (Vol. I)

Wintrobe

12th

83.

Viva in Medical Physiology

Basak

2nd

84.

Basics Of Medical Physiology

D. Venkatesh

2nd

85.

A Text book of Biophysics

R N Roy

2005

86.

Basic Anatomy & Physiology

A K Jain

2007

87.

Human Physiology & Biochemistry

A K Jain

2006

88.

T ext book of Physiology

P. Sathya

1st

89.

Lippincott's Illustrated Reviews : Physiology

Robin Preston

2013

90.

Laboratory Mannual& Journal of Physiology

N G Ranade

2000

91.

Guide to physical examination & history taking

Lynn Bickley

2013

92.

Textbook of medical physiology - A South Asian Edition

Guyton & Hall

First

93.

Manual of practical Physiology for MBBS

A K Jain

4th

94.

Conscise Medical Physiology

SujitChaudhri

7th

95.

Comprehensive Textbook of Medical

G K Pal

2016

 

 

 

Physiology Vol-1

 

96.

Comprehensive Textbook of Medical Physiology Vol-2

G K Pal

2016

97.

Textbook of medical Physiology

D Venkatesh

1st

98.

ECG Made Easy

AtulLuthra

3rd

99.

ECG Complete

Steven

Bowcrick

1st

 

List of Equipment available in Research Laboratory

Sr. No.

RESEARCH LABORATORY

Total

1

Bicycle Ergometer

1

2

Computerized PFT machine

1

3

Spectrophotometer

1

4

Tread mill Stress Test Machine

1

5

ECG Machine

1

6

EMG/NCV / EP Machine

1

8

Stage incubator

1

9

Pulse Oxymeter

2

10

Polysomnography

2

11

Computerized Polygraph

4

Staff Information

Sr No Name Designation
1 Dr Amit Upadhyah Professor & Head View
2 Dr Rajesh Desai Associate Professor View
3 Dr. Dharmendra M. Dodiya Associate Professor View
4 Dr. Ritesh Karia Assistant Professor View
5 Dr. Divyeshkumar L. Prajapati Assistant Professor View
6 Dr Prakashkumar Jesungbhai Chaudhari Assistant Professor View
7 Dr. Hina K. Banker Assistant Professor View
8 Dr. Jignesh Harkhani Tutor View
9 Dr. Kartik Patel Tutor View
10 Dr. Kruti Patel Tutor View
11 Dr Hinal Vinodbhai Patel Junior Resident View

Staff Attendance

Sr No Staff Attendance Month Short Desc Posted Date
1 Daily Attendance Please Visit the site for Attendance 19/12/2016 View
2 Staff List Staff List Physiology 21/12/2016 View

Subject Curriculum

Subject Curriculum

CURRICULUM of 1st MBBS PHYSIOLOGY

 

GOAL : The broad goal of the teaching of undergraduate students in physiology aims at providing the student comprehensive knowledge of normal functions of body and to facilitate the understanding of physiological basis of health and disease.

 

OBJECTIVES :

A)       Knowledge :- At the end of the course the student shall be able to

1.       Understand the functions of all organ system and their interactions.

2.       Assess relative contribution of each organ system in maintenance of milieu interior

3.       Describe physiological response and adaptation to environmental stress.

4.       List the  physiological principles underlying pathogenesis and treatment of diseases.

 

B)      Skill:- At the end of the course the student shall be able to

1.       Conduct experiments / Investigations designed for study of physiological

          phenomenon

2.       To interpret expt / Investigations data

3.       Distinguish between normal and abnormal data derived as result of test done in lab.

 

C)      Integration :- At the end of the course the student shall be able to acquire an integrated knowledge of organ, structure, function, and its Regulatory mechanism and apply the knowledge in understanding of disease and its treatment.

Total working Hours: - 480 Hours (240 Hours/term)

 

THEORY

General  :

(1)

Cell physiology

(2)

Homeostasis

(3)

Transport across cell membrane

(4)

Biophysics-general principles

(5)

Body fluid compartment

(6)

Related topics & applied physiology

TOTAL : 5-8 lectures

Hematology :

(1)

Composition properties and functions of blood

(2)

R.B.C.s their formation & functions

(3)

Hemoglobin

(4)

Anemias and blood indices

(5)

Leukocytes - formation and functions

(6)

Thrombocytes and hemostasis, Blood Coagulation

(7)

Plasma proteins & E.S.R.

(8)

Lymph and R.E. System

(9)

Blood groups

(10)

Immunity

(11)

Blood Volume

(12)

Related topics & applied physiology

Total : 20-25 Lectures

Nerve & Muscle Physiology:

(1)

Membrane potential & action potential

(2)

Structure & classification of nerve fibers

(3)

Properties of nerve cells and their fibers (including Degeneration & Regeneration)

(4)

Neuromuscular transmission

(5)

Structure, functions and properties of muscles

(6)

Mechanism of contraction of difference types of muscles

(7)

Physiological changes during muscle contractions

(8)

Related topics & applied physiology

Total : 15-20 Lectures

Gastrointestinal tract :

(1)

Anatomical physiology

(2)

Secretion & their control-Salivary, Gastric, Pancreatic, Intestinal

(3)

Bile including liver function tests & Jaundice

(4)

Digestion

(5)

Absorption

(6)

Movements of Gastrointestinal tract

(7)

Hormones of GIT

(8)

Related topics & applied physiology

Total : 15-20 Lectures

 

Respiration System :

(1)

Physiological anatomy of respiratory tract

(2)

Mechanics of respiration (including pressure & volume changes)

(3)

Lung volume, capacities and lung function tests

(4)

Composition of respiratory gases

(5)

Transport of Oxygen in Blood

(6)

Transport of Carbon dioxide in Blood

(7)

Regulations of respiration

(8)

Hypoxia, Asphyxia

(9)

Cyanosis and periodic breathing

(10)

Dysbarism and acclimatization to high altitude

(11)

Exercise and space Physiology

(12)

Related topics & applied physiology

Total : 15-20 Lectures

 

Cardiovascular System :

(1)

Functional anatomy of heart

(2)

Origin and spread of cardiac impulse

(3)

Cardiac cycle (with heart sounds and pressure changes)

(4)

Electrocardiogram

(5)

Heart rate

(6)

Cardiac output & venous return

(7)

Arterial blood pressure

(8)

Arterial and venous pulse

(9)

Circulation –Capillary, coronary, pulmonary and sytemic circulation

(10)

Hemorrhage, Hypovolemic shock

(11)

Cardiovascular change during exercise and cardiac efficiency tests.

(12)

Related topics & applied physiology

Total : 20-25 Lectures

 

Excretory System :

(1)

Physiological anatomy of Kidney

(2)

Renal Circulation

(3)

Glomerular filtration rate

(4)

Functions of renal tubules

(5)

Reabsorpotion of physiologically important substances

(6)

Counter current mechanism

(7)

Hormogenesis- renin erythropoietin

(8)

Role of kidney in acid-base balance in body

(9)

Micturition

(10)

Renal function tests

(11)

Functions of skin

(12)

Regulations of body temperature

(13)

Related topics & applied physiology

 

Total : 10-15 Lectures

 

Central Nervous System& ANS :

(1)

Introduction

(2)

Synapse and synaptic transmission

(3)

Automatic nervous system (including Adrenal medulla)

(4)

Sensory system- receptor & their properties, sensations

(5)

Spinal Cord : Tracts and lesions

(6)

Reflexes

(7)

Motor organization

(8)

Brain stem (including vestibular apparatus)

(9)

Basal Ganglia

(10)

Cerebellum

(11)

Tone, posture and equilibrium

(12)

Motor control mechanism

(13)

Thalamus

(14)

Hypothalamus

(15)

Limbic cortex

(16)

Cerebral cortex

(17)

Higher functions-Speech, Learning and memory

(18)

Electroencephalogram and sleep

(19)

Cranial Nerves

(20)

Pain

(21)

CSF

(22)

Related topics & applied physiology

Total : 35-40 Lectures

 

 

Special Senses :

1.        

Structure of eye

2.        

Refractory medias of eye heir errors and corrections

3.        

Retina : Structure, photochemistry

4.        

Visual pathways and its lesions

5.        

Visual activity and binocular vision

6.        

Accommodation and adaptations to darkness

7.        

Color Vision

8.        

Visual perceptions : Central mechanism

9.        

Physiological movements of eye

10.    

Functional anatomy of ear

11.    

Structure and functions of middle ear

12.    

Organs of Corti and mechanism of hearing

13.    

Endocochlear potentials and auditory pathways

14.    

Deafness and tests of hearing

15.    

Taste and smell

Total : 15-20 Lectures

 

Endocrinology and Reproductive Physiology :

(1)

Introduction

(2)

Hypothalamohypophyseal axis

(3)

Anterior pituitary gland (including growth and development)

(4)

Posterior pituitary gland

(5)

Thyroid gland

(6)

Hormonal control of blood calcium level

(7)

Endocrine pancreas

(8)

Andrenal gland

(9)

Hormones of heart, kidney and thymus

(10)

Introduction to reproductive physiology

(11)

Male reproductive system : structure, functions

(12)

Female reproductive system : structure, functions & reproductive cycles

(13)

Fertilizations, placenta, pregnancy and pregnancy tests

(14)

Parturition and lactation

(15)

Physiological basis of family planning

(16)

Related topics & applied physiology

Total : 15-20 Lectures

BIOPHYSICS :-

-          Principles of biophysics and its applied aspects                                                                   

-          Biopotentials and its applied aspects                                                                                          

-          Transport across cell membrane

-          Related Applied topics

Total: 3-4 Lectures

ENVIRONMENTAL, REGULATORY & EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY:-

-          Physiology of high altitude, acclimatization & effect of high atmospheric pressure     

-          Aviation & space physiology

-          Body temperature regulation, Hypo & Hyperthermia

-          Physiology of exercise & yoga

Total :3-4 Lectures

PRACTICALS

General Practicals:

 

1

Study of appliances - Experimental instruments

2

Study of appliances - Hematology and clinical instruments

3

Study of appliances - Compound microscope

 

Haematology Practicals:

 

1

Estimation of Haemoglobin

2

Total white cell count

3

Total red cell count

4

Cells in peripheral blood film

5

Differential WBC count

6

Absolute count, Arneth count

7

Packed cell volume & Erythrocyte sedimentation rate

8

Blood indices and related calculation

9

Blood grouping

10

Coagulation - B.T.& C.T.

11

Effect of tonicity of saline, fragility :

12

MCD, price jone’s curve  :

13

Haemin crystals, reticulocyte count

 

Clinical Physiology Practicals :

 

1

Radial pulse, Sphygmography

2

Arterial blood pressure

3

Cardiac efficiency tests

4

Clinical examination in general

5

Clinical examination of Cardiovascular system

6

Clinical examination of Respiratory system

7

Artificial respiration and Cardio pulmonary resuscitation

8

Spirometry

9

Respiratory efficiency tests

10

Stethography

11

Examinations of sensory functions

12

Examinations of motor functions

13

Examinations of reflexes

14

Examinations of cranial nerves – I,III,IV,V,VI

15

Examinations of cranial nerves – II

16

Examinations of cranial nerves – VII,VIII, IX.X.XI,XII

17

CNS higher functions

18

Clinical examinations of abdomen

19

Thermometry

20

Ergography

21

Endocrine disorder photographs

22

O2 and CO2 dissociation curve

23

ECG

24

EEG- EMG

25

Contraceptives, menstrual cycle and BBT

26

GTT- GFT

27

Excretory system –Cystometrogram, Renal function tests

1

Gastrocnemius muscle, sciatic nerve preparation

2

Simple muscle curve,

3

Effect of temperature on SMC

4

Effect of load on SMC

5

Effect of two successive stimuli

6

Genesis of tetanus

7

Phenomenon of Fatigue

8

Velocity of nerve impulse

9

Perfusion of amphibian heart

10

Frog’s heart beat & Effect of temperature on frog’s heart

11

Properties of cardiac muscle

12

Effect of vagus, crescent stimulation and vagal escape.

13

Effect of drugs & ions  on frog’s heart

14

Perfusion of isolated amphibian heart

15

Quantal summation & Strength duration curve

 

Mammalian Practicals

 

1

Recording of heart beat and respiration

2

Perfusion of guinea pig ileum

3

Perfusion of guinea pig jejunum

4

Recording of blood pressure and respiration of dog

5

Effect of drugs on blood pressure of dog

TUTORIALS

1. Haemoglobin 1
2. Blood groups 1
3. Neurons and Neuroglia 1
4. Rigor mortis & Myasthenia gravis 1
5. Lymph & R.E. System 1
6. Radial pulse Tracing 1
7. Bleeding Disorders 1
8. Isotonic & Isometric contraction 1
9. Hypoxia, O2 therapy & cyanosis 1
10. Deglutition and vomiting 1
11. Emptying of stomach & peristalsis 1
12. Movements of small & large intestine, Defecation 1
13. Skin – structure & function 1
14. Asphyxia, Hypercapnia 1
15. O2 & CO2 dissociation curve periodic breathing 1
16. Acidification of urine, role of kidney in Ph regulation 1
17. Adrenal Medulla 1
18. Cutaneous Circulation 1
19. E.E.G. 1
20. Speech and Aphasia 1
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20

SEMINAR TOPICS OF PHYSIOLOGY

NO.

SEMINAR TOPIC

1

FUNCTIONS OF BLOOD

2

PLATELETS AND ITS FUNCTION

3

ANAEMIA

4

POLYCYTHEMIA

5

ERYTHROPOIESIS

6

ANTICOAGULANTS

7

MECHANISM OF CLOTTING

8

IMMUNITY

9

LYMPH

10

SARCOMERE

11

MECHANISM OF SKELETAL MUSCLE CONTRACTION

12

PROPERTIES OF SKELETAL MUSCLE

13

NEUROMUSCULAR JUNCTION

14

CLASSIFICATION OF NERVES

15

RESTING MEMBRANE & ACTION POTANTIAL

16

MECHANISM OF CONTRACTION IN SMOOTH MUSCLE

17

EXCITATION-CONTRATION COUPLING OF SMOOTH,SKE,AND CARDIAC MUSCLE

18

CARDIAC CYCLE

19

HEART SOUND

20

B.P-SHORT TERM REGULATION

21

B.P-LONG TERM REGULATION

22

CARDIAC OUTPUT

23

VENOUS RETURN

24

PERIPHERAL RESISTANCE

25

PCV

26

ESR

27

CORONARY CURCULATION

 

 

SCHEME OF EXAMINATION

First periodic test (Theory)

First Internal test (Theory and Practical)

Second Periodic Test (Theory)

Second Internal Test (Preliminary Exams Theory & Practical)

Final University Exams

UNIVERSITY EXAMINATION

 

Paper- I

50

 

Paper - II

50

 

Internal Theory marks

20

 

 

Practical &Viva /oral theory

 

40 + 20 = 60

Internal practical marks

 

20

 

Total :200 marks

 

Calculations of internal marks:

No.

Type

Marks

Month

1.

1st Periodic Exam

50

Oct-November

2.

2nd Periodic Exam

50

April

3.

1st Internal Exam Theory                                    Practical     

50

50

Dec -January

4.

2nd Internal / Preliminary Exam

Practical

100(50+50)

60

May

Note: 2nd Internal or Preliminary Exam as per University Exam.

Marks distribution Internal marks

1

Theory   

20 marks

2

Practical 

20 marks

 Internal marks Calculation

1

(i) Theory

 

 

2.5 marks

Lectures Attendance 

 

05 marks

1st Internal Exam

 

7.5 marks

Preliminary

 

05 marks

1st& 2nd  Periodic Exam

 

20 marks

Total

2

(ii) Practical

 

 

2.5 marks

Practical  Attendance

 

05 marks

1st Internal Practical 

 

7.5 marks

Prelim Exam

 

05 marks

Journal

 

20 marks

Total

 

 

 

           

 

 

PAPER WISE DISTRIBUTION OF TOPICS IN HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY

 

PAPER-I

  • Cell & general physiology
  • Biophysics
  • Blood Physiology
  • Respiratory system
  • Cardiovascular physiology
  • Excretory system including Skin
  • Environmental Physiology and Exercise Physiology

PAPER - II

  • Nerve-muscle physiology
  • Endocrinology
  • Reproductive system
  • Central Nervous system including Autonomic Nervous System
  • Special Senses
  • Digestive System

 

Monthly Teaching Schedule

Sr No Teaching Schedule Month Teaching Schedule Short Description Teaching Schedule Date
1 November 2016 Proposed Schedule of Teaching for Nov.16 19/12/2016 View
2 December 2016 Proposed Time Table for Dec 16 19/12/2016 View
3 Students Attendance Students Attendance (Batch 2016-17 Admission) 20/12/2016 View
4 Achieved Teaching Learning Till Date Achieved Teaching Learning Till Date 04/03/2017 View
5 January 2017 Proposed Time Table for January 2017 02/01/2017 View
6 February-2017 Proposed Teaching Schedule-Feb-2017 01/02/2017 View
7 March 2017 Proposed Teaching Schedule March 2017 04/03/2017 View
8 March-2017 Achieved Teaching Schedule-2017 18/04/2017 View
9 April-2017 Proposed Teaching Schedule-2017 18/04/2017 View
10 Achieved Teaching Schedule-2-17 Achieved Teaching Schedule-2017 25/05/2017 View
11 Students attendance students attandance (Batch 2017-18 Admission) 04/09/2017 View
12 September 2017 Proposed Teaching Schedule September 2017 06/09/2017 View
13 September 2017 Achieved Teaching Schedule September-2017 29/09/2017 View
14 October 2017 Achieved Teaching Schedule october-2017 06/11/2017 View
15 November 2017 Achieved Teaching Schedule November-2017 05/04/2018 View
16 December 2017 Proposed teaching schedule December-2017 05/04/2018 View
17 January 2018 Proposed teaching schedule January-2017 05/04/2018 View
18 For 2018-19 batch Teaching schedule for 2018-19 25/03/2019 View

Students Notes

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Results of Examination

Sr No Exam Result Month Exam Result Short desc Exam Result Date
1 MCQ Examination 28-10-2016 Result of MCQ Test Taken on 28-10-2016 20/12/2016 View/Download
2 Batch 2016-17 First Periodic Examination Result of First Periodic Examination 23/12/2016 View/Download
3 1st Internal Exam Result 2016 Batch 1st Internal Examination Result 2016 Batch 14/02/2017 View/Download
4 Internal Marks Calculation 2016 batch-physiology Internal Marks Calculation 2016 batch-physiology 05/06/2017 View/Download
5 Preliminary Exam Result Preliminary Exam Result 05/07/2017 View/Download

Role of Honour

Sr No BatchName Students Name Description
1 2012
Miss. Anushri Sharma,
Mr. Arnab Chattopadhay
2012 Batch Of Role Of Honour
2 2013 Miss. Krishna Shah 2013 Batch Of Role Of Honour
3 2014 Miss. Ritu Patel 2014 Batch Of Role Of Honour
4 2015 Miss. Vaibhavi Gor 2015 Batch Of Role Of Honour

Publication

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Achievements

Achievements

Department of Physiology

GMERS Medical College, Gandhinagar

Achievements

Teaching Learning Methodology

No.

Teaching Learning Method

Inception

1

Student Seminar

2012

2

Students Viva

2012

3

Group Discussion

2012

4

Physiology Quiz Exposure : University Level & National Level

2012

5

System Ending MCQs Examination

2012

6

Charts Preparation

2012

7

Case Based Learning

2015

8

Student Feedback about Department Teaching  Learning environment (Confidential)

2015

9.

Assignments

2016

10.

Poster Competition

2016

11.

Physiology Quiz Competition at the end of Systems

2016

Achievement of the Students :

1.       FIRST PRIZE Physiology Quiz at NHL MMC 2012 Batch

2.       Third Runner up (2014 Batch) at 10th National Inter Medical College Physiology Quiz Competition 2015.

3.       Third Prize (2015 Batch) in Inter-medical Physiology Quiz Competition Powered by Elsevier at GMERS Medical College, Gandhinagar 2016

Motivation of the students by Department:

1.       Roll of Honor every year

2.       Starting the rotating trophy for roll of honor Batch 2015 onwards.

3.       Best  5  poster by students prize and framing and put in the lobby from 2015 admission.

4.       Certificates to the students for best assignment work.

Teachers Achievements:

1.       Dr. Jasmin S. Diwan, Professor & Head, Physiology has been awarded Excellence Award in Medical Education by Gujarat University in 2016

Research Project in Hand :

1.       PHD

2.       PHD

3.       Hina

4.       Janki

5.       Advance course CBL

Training / conferences attended by faculties :

1.       Ddd

2.       Ddd

3.       Ddd

Teachers Theory Lecture Contribution :

Teacher

2012 batch

2013 batch

2014 batch

2015 Batch

2016 Batch

 

 

 

 

 

General, Cell

Muscle

Nerve Physiology

Blood

DR JASMIN DIWAN

CVS :

 

Blood

Reproductive

Total :

Nerve Physiology

CNS

ANS

CNS

DR C P KHATRI

CNS

 

ANS

CVS

ANS

CVS

 

DR NEHA PANDYA

-

 

Endocrine

Blood

Endocrine

 

DR KARISHMABANU KAZI

Blood

 

GIT

Sp. Sense

GIT

Sp. Sense

 

DR RITESH KARIA

 

 

 

Respi

Repro

CVS

Repro

DR SAURIN SANGHAVI

-

 

 

General, Cell

Muscle

Kidney

 

DR

 

 

 

 

GIT

Sp. Sense

DR Divyesh Vadasmiya

 

 

 

 

Endocrine

Kiidney

Dr Hitesh patel

 

 

 

 

Respiratory System

Haematology

DR BHARAT NANDANIYA

DR BHARAT NANDANIYA

DR HINA BANKER

DR BHARAT NANDANIYA

DR HINA BANKER

DR JIGNESH HARKHANI

DR MEENU JAIN

Dr Jignesh Harkhani

Dr Hitesh patel

Clinical/Amphibin

DR NITESH SAVALIYA

DR JIGNESH HARKHANI

DR ANUP PATEL

DR JIGNESH HARKHANI

DR ANUP PATEL

DR BHARAT NANDANIYA

DR HITESH PATEL

Dr Bharat Nandaniya

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total Teaching

 

 

 

 

 

Working Laboratory by department :

1.       PFT laboratory

2.       NCV 

Events

Sr No Events Year Events List
1 2016 1.       Poster Competition
2.       Intermedical College Quiz Competition (Gujarat University Level) Physiology Department Events
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