Physiotherapy in Cardiovascular and pulmonary Sciences

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1 Course Title Course Code Physiotherapy in Cardiovascular and pulmonary Sciences MCP303 Lecture: 3 Course Credit Practical: 2 Clinical Training: 1 Total: 6 Course Objective 1. To extend the knowledge, expertise and skills towards the Physiotherapy in Cardiovascular and pulmonary conditions to improve the professional practice. 2. To provide advanced study and reflection on practice in Physiotherapy in Cardiovascular and pulmonaryconditions in the physiotherapy practice by both drawing on student's professional experience and expertise, and extending it. 3. To expand the advance scope of learning in Physiotherapy in Cardiovascular and pulmonary conditions and advance application on therapeutic strategies with decision making in professional practice. 4. To emphasize the advance practice of Physiotherapy in Cardiovascular and pulmonaryconditions with hands on skills, clinical reasoning, and evidence / outcome based physiotherapy practice. Detailed Syllabus Sr. No. Name of chapter & details Section I Hours Allotted 1 Introduction of Physiotherapeutic of Cardiovascular and pulmonary conditions Anatomy and physiology of cardiovascular and respiratory systems in adult and pediatric 2 PhysiotherapeuticFollowing Cardiac Disorders P a g e [ ] S c h o o l o f P h y s i o t h e r a p y

2 Congenital heart diseases - persistant ductus arteriosus, co-arctation of aorta, atrial septal defect, ventricular septal defect, transposition of 5 great vessels, tetralogy of fallot. Coronary artery diseases and its manifestations -Valvular diseases 5 Diseases of myocardium - Pericarditis, Myocarditis, Endocarditis, cardiomyopathy 4 Rheumatic heart disease 2 Ischemic heart disease 3 Myocardial infarction 3 Heart failure 3 Cardiac arrest 2 Hypertension, Diabetes, Obesity 5 3 Physiotherapeuticfollowing vascular disorders Thrombosis, phlebitis and phlebo thrombosis 2 Burger s disease 2 Varicose veins 2 DVT 2 Venous ulcers 2 Lymphedema 2 4 Physiotherapeutic following pulmonary disorders Chronic bronchitis 3 Emphysema 3 Asthma 3 Cystic fibrosis 3 Bronchiectasis, lung abscess 3 Pulmonary embolism 2 2 P a g e [ ] S c h o o l o f P h y s i o t h e r a p y

3 Pulmonary T.B., Pneumonia 2 Pleurisy 2 Empyema 2 Atelectasis 2 Pneumothorax and Broncho pulmonary fistula 2 Occupational lung disease 4 Chest trauma and Thoracic deformity 3 Section II 5 Physiotherapeutic following cardiac surgery Valvotomy 4 Valve replacement 4 Pericardectomy in chronic constrictive pericarditis 2 Septal defects, Fallot s tetralogy,pda, Coarctation of aorta 4 Bypass surgery, Open heart surgery and heart transplant 4 6 Physiotherapeutic in thoracic surgery Lobectomy 4 Pneumonectomy 4 Decortication 2 Thoracoplasty 2 Tracheostomy 2 7 Physiotherapeutic in Intensive and Emergency Care Principles of chest physiotherapy in I.C.U., I.C.C.U along with effect of anaesthesia on cardiopulmonary system. 8 Equipments in CPU, I.C.U and I.C.C.U Ventilators-Modes, classification criteria for initiating mechanical ventilation, suction apparatus. IABP, Pulse oxymeter, nebulizers, 10 humidifiers, O2 therapy, aerosol therapy, drugs used in ICU patient management with: artificial airways, ventilators, pulse 6 3 P a g e [ ] S c h o o l o f P h y s i o t h e r a p y

4 oxymeter Emergency In Cardio Respiratory Conditions CPR, Defibrillator, 10 Resuscitation Procedure 8 Specific Physiotherapy Management Common cardio-pulmonary conditions in geriatrics and it`s 6 physiotherapy management Ergonomics in Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Conditions at 5 industry, sports, occupation, home etc CBR in cardio-vascular and pulmonary conditions 4 Instruction Method 1. Teaching and training sessions will be carried out through active learning. Active participation and contribution in group discussion and seminars are mandatory for students 2. Lectures to be conducted with the help of black board and/or audio-visual aids that includes multi-media projector, OHP, etc. 3. Problem based and/or case based assignments based on course content will be given to the students at the end of each unit/topic and will be evaluated at regular interval. 4. The course includes a laboratory where the students have an opportunity to build and appreciation for the concepts being taught in lectures. 5. Instruction method will be integrated with clinical training, bedside / class room teaching and tutorials as necessary. Reference materials 4 P a g e [ ] S c h o o l o f P h y s i o t h e r a p y

5 1. E resources 2. Journal, news articles, and review of literatures including publications from WCPT, APTA, APT, etc 3. Pryor JA, Webber BA. Physiotherapy for Respiratory and Cardiac Problems. Adults and Pediatrics. 3 rd ed., London: Churchill Livingstone, Irwin S, Techlin JS. Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy: a guide to practice. St. Louis, Mo.: Mosby Co., Hough A. Physiotherapy In Respiratory And Cardiac Care: An Evidence-Based Approach. 4 th edition. Cengage Learning EMEA publication Frownfelter D, Dean E. Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Physical Therapy: Evidence to Practice. 5 th edition. Mosby publication Cohen M. Cardiopulmonary symptoms in physiotherapy practice (Principles and practice in physical therapy) 1 st edition. Churchill Livingstone, London Practical medicine. 16 th edition. P J Mehta, NBD Mumbai Publication 9. Makenzie C. Chest physiotherapy in Intensive care unit. 2 nd edition. Lippincott Williams and Wilkins Ukwadia FE. Diagnosis and Management of acute respiratory failure. 1 st edition. OUP India Hillegass E, Sadowsky HS. Essentials of Cardio Pulmonary Physical Therapy. 2 nd edition. Saunders Publication Physical rehabilitation. 5 th edition. Susan B. O Sullivan, Thomas Schmidtz. F.A. Davis Company 13. Pierce LN. Guide to mechanical ventilation and intensive respiratory care. 1 st edition. Saunders Publication P a g e [ ] S c h o o l o f P h y s i o t h e r a p y

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