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SPECIAL SYLLABUS

DE = Distance education

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  1. Anatomy & Physiology (Human Biology) (DE) { 3,750 INR }
  2. Sports Physiotherapy *** (DE) { 4,750 INR }
  3. Sports Medicine & Injuries (DE) {4,750  INR }
  4. Advance Cardiology Course *** (DE) { 4,750 INR }
  5. Basic Anabolic steroids & GH (DE) {10,500 INR }
  6. Advance Anabolic steroids & GH { 44,500 INR }
  7. Advance Nutrition & Supplementation*** (DE) { 8,500 INR }
  8. Medical Sexual Disorders (MSD) (DE) { 8,500 INR }
  9. Exercise & Sports Physiology (DE) {4,750 INR }
  10. Master Personal Trainer (MPT) **** (DE) {12,500 INR}
  11. Gym & Business Management*** (DE) { 4,750 INR }
  12. Fat Loss & Obesity *** (DE) {4,750 INR }
  13. Special Population (DE) { 4,750 INR }
  14. Basic Cardiology (DE) {3,250 INR }
  15. Pregnancy & Lactation*** (DE) { 3,750 INR }
  16. Diabetes (DE) { 3,750 INR }
  17. Cancer Biology (DE) { 3,750 INR }
  18. Beauty Procedure & Therapy (DE) {3,750 INR }
  19. Medical Cosmetology*** (DE) {4,750 INR }
  20. Diet & Nutrition (DN) (DE) {4,750 INR }
  21. Hospital & Health Care Management *** (DE) {4,750 INR }

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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01 ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY (HUMAN BIOLOGY) (DE) CERTIFICATE COURSE [ 3,750 INR ]

01 ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY (HUMAN BIOLOGY) (DE) CERTIFICATE COURSE { 3,750 INR }

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PART 1

i. ORGANIZATION OF THE BODY

ii. CELLS

iii. TISSUES: FOUR BASIC TYPES

iv. THE SKELETAL SYSTEM (CHARTS AND SKELETON)

v. THE MUSCULAR SYSTEM

vi. THE NERVOUS SYSTEM

 

PART 2

i. THE SENSE ORGANS

ii.THE CIRCULATORY SYSTEM

iii. LYMPHATIC SYSTEM

iv. THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM

v. The Digestive System

vi. Urinary System

vii. Reproductive System

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02 SYLLABUS SPORTS PHYSIOTHERAPY (DE) CERTIFICATE COURSE [ 4,750 INR ]

 

02 SYLLABUS SPORTS PHYSIOTHERAPY (DE) CERTIFICATE COURSE { 4,750 INR } 

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A – APPLIED MEDICAL SCIENCES

UNIT – I APPLIED GENERAL CLINICAL ANATOMY

UNIT – II APPLIED GENERAL PHYSIOLOGY

UNIT – III PATHOLOGY

UNIT – IV PHARMACOLOGY

B- REHABILITATION AND THERAPEUTIC EXERCISES

UNIT – I REHABILITATION AND THERAPEUTIC EXERCISES

UNIT – II MOBILIZATION AND STRENGTHENING TECHNIQUES

UNIT – III MASSAGE

UNIT – IV HEAT THERAPY

UNIT – V HYDROTHERAPY

UNIT – VI ELECTROTHERAPY

UNIT – VII CRYOTHERAPY

UNIT – VIII MANUAL THERAPY

C – MEDICAL CONDITIONS IN SPORTS PERSONS

UNIT – I EXERCISE INDUCED DISEASES & CLINICAL CONDITIONS

UNIT – II EXERCISE AND SKIN DISEASES

UNIT – III FEMALE SPECIFIC PROBLEMS

UNIT – IV EXERCISE & INFECTIVE CONDITIONS

UNIT – V GERIATRIC DISORDER

UNIT – VI EXERCISE AND COMMON PULMONARY CONDITIONS

UNIT – VII EXERCISE AND CARDIAC CONDITIONS

UNIT – VIII DOPING IN SPORTS

UNIT – IX DIABETES AND EXERCISE

UNIT – X EXERCISES FOR SPECIAL CATEGORIES

UNIT – XI MISCELLANEOUS CONDITIONS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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03 SPORTS MEDICINE AND INJURIES SYLLABUS (DE) CERTIFICATE COURSE [4,750 INR ]

03 SPORTS MEDICINE AND INJURIES (DE) CERTIFICATE COURSE {4,750 INR }

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  • HUMAN BODY 
  • SEGMENTAL STABILIZATION CONCEPTS OF SPINE
  • EMERGENCY MEDICAL PLANNING AND COVER FOR SPORTS EVENT
  • AGING AND EXERCISE
  • TEMPERATURE REGULATION
  • FUNDAMENTALS THAT AID TRAINING AND PERFORMANCE
  • TRAUMA MANAGEMENT & INJURIES

 

HUMAN BODY

Introduction to Human body

Body composition

Body systems

Bone physiology

Muscular system

Autonomous nervous system

Cardiovascular system

Heart anatomy

Hard tissue

Soft tissue

SEGMENTAL STABILIZATION CONCEPTS OF SPINE

Muscle function in spinal stabilization

Contribution of various muscles to spinal stabilization

Local Muscle dysfunction in Low back pain

Principles of clinical management of deep muscle system for segmental stabilization

EMERGENCY MEDICAL PLANNING AND COVER FOR SPORTS EVENTS

Treatment of collapsed athlete

Severe head injury

The athlete with spinal injury

Chest injuries

Abdominal injuries

Injuries to the extremities

Causes of Collapse

AGING AND EXERCISE

Aging and Physiological function.

Exercise and Longevity.

Coronary Heart Disease and Exercise.

Exercise Stress Testing for Diagnosis of CHD.

Exercise prescription for healthy aged.

Exercise prescription for sedentary adults.

Cost and benefits of exercise prescription in Osteoporosis.

TEMPERATURE REGULATION

Heat Balance.

Methods of Assessing Heat Balance.

Effects of Climate.

Effects of Exercise on Temperature Regulation.

Limit of Tolerance of Heat.

Acclimatization.

Avoidance in Heat illness during exercise.

Exercises in cold.

FUNDAMENTALS THAT AID TRAINING AND PERFORMANCE

Warm up and Cool down

Flexibility and stretching

Missing workouts

Overtraining

TRAUMA MANAGEMENT & INJURIES

Emergency Situations, Primary and secondary emergency assessment, emergency plan,

moving the injured participant.

Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation; Shock management, Internal and External bleeding,

Splinting, Stretcher use-Handling and transfer, Management of Cardiac arrest, Acute

asthma, Epilepsy, Drowning, Burn, Medical management of mass participation. Heat

stroke and Heat illness.

Sports specific injuries, with special emphasis on the specific risk factor, nature of

sports, kind of medical intervention anticipated and prevention with respect to

individual sports

a. Individual events: Field & Track

b. Team events: Hockey, Cricket, Football

c. Contact and Non-contact sports

d. Water sports

PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENTS:

Principles of protective equipment

Protective Equipment for: Head & Face, Upper & Lower Extremity

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04 Syllabus of ADVANCE CARDIOLOGY COURSE (DE) CERTIFICATE COURSE [4,750 INR]

04 Syllabus of ADVANCE CARDIOLOGY COURSE (DE) CERTIFICATE COURSE {4,750 INR}

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  • ANATOMY OF HEART AND CIRICULATION
  • PHYSIOLOGY
  • PATHOLOGY
  • PHARMACOLOGY
  • INVESTIGATIVE CARDIOLOGY
  • Cardiac Catheterization
  • Nuclear Cardiology
  • CARDIAC DISEASES & MANAGEMENT/TREATMENT (Clinical Cardiology)

ANATOMY OF HEART AND CIRICULATION

Embryology and normal anatomy, Coronary circulation, Pulmonary and systemic circulation, Autonomic Nervous system & Heart Conduction system.

PHYSIOLOGY

Cardiac cycle, Fetal circulation, Myocardial metabolism, Coronary Circulation, Pulmonary circulation, Exercise physiology of heart, Regulation of blood pressure, Blood gases & pH.

PATHOLOGY

Congenital heart diseases, Valvular heart diseases, Ischemic heart diseases, Cardiomyopathies, Lab aids and interpretation of tests

PHARMACOLOGY

Inotropes, Diuretics, Antihypertensive, Vasodilators, B-Blockers and other anti-anginal agents, Anticoagulants, ACE, ARB, Anti-arrhythmias, Digitalis and other related drugs.

INVESTIGATIVE CARDIOLOGY

Clinical approach to the cardiac patients, Blood & Urine Tests, ECG & Holter Monitoring, Echocardiography, Exercise Tolerance Test, 24 Hour BP Monitoring, Chest X-Ray, Coronary Calcium Score, Carotid Ultrasound, CT Angiogram, Myocardial Perfusion Scanning, Coronary Angiogram, Cardiac MRI, Reveal Device, Pacemaker / ICD check, EP Study, Autonomic Tilt Testing,

CARDIAC CATHETERIZATION

Cardiac Catheterization What’s it for? How it’s done? Technology and expertise at URMC

NUCLEAR CARDIOLOGY

Nuclear cardiology testing, nuclear cardiology tests used to evaluate, possible treatments are best for your heart, medications needed for heart disease, heart catheterization advisable, Technology and expertise at URMC

CARDIAC DISEASES & MANAGEMENT/TREATMENT (Clinical Cardiology)

Chest Pain: Definition, sources, risk factors for disease, Types of Causes, Symptoms, Types of chest pain, Tests and diagnosis, Follow-up testing, Treatments ,First Aid & Emergencies.

Stable angina: Definition, Causes, risk factors for disease, Symptoms, Tests and diagnosis, Treatments.

Acute coronary syndromes and myocardial infarction: Definition, Causes, Classification, Symptoms, Symptoms in Women, Tests and diagnosis, Treatment, Complications, Follow up testing,

Risk factors for disease, Prevention, Discharge, Rehabilitation, Hormone Therapy for women.

Breathlessness: Definition, Prognosis, Prevention, Causes, Symptoms, Tests and diagnosis, Epidemiology, History, Assessment, Investigations, Treatment, Rehabilitation, Oxygen Therapy.

Heart failure: Definition, Symptoms, Causes, Prevention, Types of Heart Failure, classification, Risk factors, Complications, Tests and diagnosis, follow up Test, Treatments

Cardiomyopathy: Definition, Symptoms, Causes, Prevention, Types, Risk factors, Prevention, Complications, Tests and diagnosis, follow up Test, Treatments

Patients with Valvular heart disease: Definition, Symptoms, Causes, Prevention, Types, Risk factors, Prevention, Complications, Tests and diagnosis, follow up Test, Treatments

Pre-syncope and syncope: Definition, Symptoms, Causes, Tests and diagnosis, Treatments.

Arrhythmias: Definition, Symptoms, Causes, Types, Risk factors, Complications, Tests and diagnosis, follow up Test, Treatments

Atrial fibrillation: Definition, Symptoms, Causes, Prevention, Types, Risk factors, Complications, Tests and diagnosis, follow up Test, Treatments

Pericardial disease: Definition, Symptoms, Causes, Medical History, Prevention, Types, Risk factors, Complications, Tests and diagnosis, Treatments, Follow up Treatment

Primary and secondary prevention of cardiovascular disease: Definition, Cardiovascular risk calculation, clinical Test, Prevention.

Hypertension: Definition, Symptoms, Causes, Prevention, Types, Risk factors, Complications, Tests and diagnosis, Treatments.

Lipid Disorders: Definition, Types, Complications, Tests and diagnosis, Treatments, Prevention.

Adult Congenital Heart Disease: Definition, Symptoms, Prevention, Types, Risk factors, Complications, Tests and diagnosis, Treatments.

The prevention and management of endocarditis: Definition, Symptoms, Causes, Risk factors, Complications, Tests and diagnosis, Treatments, Prevention.

Diseases of the Aorta: Definition, Symptoms, Types, Tests and diagnosis, Treatments

Cardiac Tumours: Definition, Symptoms, Types, Risk factors, Complications, Tests and diagnosis, Differential diagnosis, Investigation, Treatments.

Cardiac rehabilitation: Definition, Risks, Phases in cardiac rehabilitation.

Assessment of patients with cardiovascular disease prior to non-cardiac surgery: Definition, Risk factors, Risk factors Classified, Risk factor Predictions Models, Follow up Risk factor Prediction,  Tests and diagnosis, Treatment  based on risk.

Assessment of patients prior to cardiac surgery: Definition, Case note review, Direct questioning, Physical examination, Investigations, Risk assessment

CARE OF PATIENTS FOLLOWING CARDIAC SURGERY:

Transition from operating room to intensive care unit, The early intensive care unit period, Mechanical ventilation after cardiac surgery, Principles of fast tracking, Hemodynamic management in the postoperative period, Postoperative pain and sedation management techniques, Metabolic abnormalities, Complications in the first 24 hours postoperatively, Discharge from the intensive care unit, Economics of postoperative planning and strategies, The transplant patient, Patients with mechanical assist devices, Family issues in the postoperative period.

Management of critically ill patients with haemodynamic disturbances

Heart Disease in Pregnancy: Prevention, Causes, , Tests and diagnosis, Epidemiology, Risk factor, History, Symptoms, Assessment, Investigations, Treatment, Prevention.

Resuscitation – Basic and Advanced Life Support: Definition, How to Perform CPR, CPR for Infants (Up to One Year Old)

Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension (PAH):  Definition, Types, Classified, Symptoms, Causes, Risk factors, Complications, Tests and diagnosis, follow up tests, Treatments, Prevention.

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05 BASIC ANABOLIC STEROIDS & GROWTH HORMONE (DE) CERTIFICATE COURSE [10,500 INR ]

05 BASIC ANABOLIC STEROIDS & GROWTH HORMONE (DE) CERTIFICATE COURSE {10,500 INR }
Fees 10,500 INR by Distance education only. No lectures will be conducted.

Steroids & GH

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    Syllabus of Basic Anabolic Steroids

BASIC ANABOLIC STEROIDS & GROWTH HORMONE CERTIFICATE COURSE

(Fees 10,500 INR by Distance education only. No lectures will be conducted)

 

A – ADVERSE EFFECTS OF AS

Fatal

HEART ATTACK, LIVER DAMAGE, BRAIN DAMAGE, KIDNEY DAMAGE.

NON FATAL

ACNE, HAIR LOSS, GYNECOMASTIA, SPERMS REDUCTION, LIPIDS INCREASE, DIABETES, ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION.

B – PROTECTIVE MEDICINES

ACNE PROTECTIVE MEDICINES – Isotretinoin

BRAIN PROTECTIVE MEDICINES -Alprazolam , Diazepam

DIABETES PROTECTIVE MEDICINES – Insulin, Metformin

ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION – Sildenafil Citrate, Tadalafil Citrate

HAIR FALL PROTECTION MEDICINES -Biotin, Finasteride, Minoxidil For Local Application

HEART PROTECTIVE MEDICINES-Atenolol,  Propranolol

KIDNEY PROTECTIVE MEDICINES -Telmisartan,  Enalapril

LIPIDS PROTECTION MEDICINES -Rosuvastatin for Lipids

LIVER PROTECTIVE MEDICINES -Ornithine,  Silymarin

SPERM INCREASE MEDICINES – Clomiphene,  HCG

VOMITING PREVENTION -Ondansetron, Pantoprazole

C – MEDICINES FOR CYCLES

CAFFEINE & EXERCISE, CAFFEINE- FAT LOSS, INJECTION ABSCESS, INSULIN- MUSCLE GAIN, T4 –INTRODUCTION, T4 HORMONE – FAT LOSS.

D – CYCLES PREPARATION

How to prevent adverse effects?

Investigations, Cycle module

CYCLES MOLECULES:

Anabolic steroids list, Fat loss molecules list – Cutting Cycle, Gaining molecules list – Gaining cycle

INJECTABLE DOSE FREQUENCY , SAMPLE CYCLES

How other Medicines are taken with cycles?

LEGALITY OF STEROIDS

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06 GROWTH HORMONE & ANABOLIC STEROID CERTIFICATE COURSE[ 44,500 INR ]

06 GROWTH HORMONE & ANABOLIC STEROID CERTIFICATE COURSE { 44,500 INR }

Steroids & GH

ADVANCE ANABOLIC STEROIDS CERTIFICATE COURSE SYLLABUS

 

 A – PHYSIOLOGY

DIGESTIVE SYSTEM , ANDROGENIC EFFECTS, ERGOGENIC AIDS, GENETICS & BODYBUILDERS

B – ENDOCRINOLOGY

ENDOCRINE SYSTEM, MALE & FEMALE HORMONES, ESTROGEN, TESTOSTERONE, HUMAN GROWTH HORMONE, THYROID HORMONES, ANABOLIC ANDROGENIC STEROIDS, HORMONAL WEIGHT GAIN- FEMALES.

C – PHARMACOLOGY

PHARMACOLOGY INTRODUCTION, PHARMACEUTICAL GRADE MEDICINES, ROUTE OF DRUG ADMINISTRATION, HALF LIFE OF DRUGS, ONSET OF ACTION.

D – PATHOLOGY

2D ECHO, ANGIO CT, BLOOD SUGAR TESTING, COMPLETE BLOOD COUNT CBC, DEXA SCAN, ECG, ESR TEST, LIPID PROFILE, LIVER FUNCTION TESTS, RENAL FUNCTION TEST, SEMEN ANALYSIS, THYROID TESTS, URINE TEST.

E – ADVERSE EFFECTS OF AS

Fatal

HEART ATTACK, LIVER DAMAGE, BRAIN DAMAGE, KIDNEY DAMAGE.

NON FATAL

ACNE, HAIR LOSS, GYNECOMASTIA, SPERMS REDUCTION, LIPIDS INCREASE, DIABETES, ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION.

F – PROTECTIVE MEDICINES

ACNE PROTECTIVE MEDICINES – Isotretinoin

BRAIN PROTECTIVE MEDICINES -Alprazolam , Diazepam

DIABETES PROTECTIVE MEDICINES – Insulin, Metformin

ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION – Sildenafil Citrate, Tadalafil Citrate

HAIR FALL PROTECTION MEDICINES -Biotin, Finasteride, Minoxidil For Local Application

HEART PROTECTIVE MEDICINES-Atenolol,  Propranolol

KIDNEY PROTECTIVE MEDICINES -Telmisartan,  Enalapril

LIPIDS PROTECTION MEDICINES -Rosuvastatin for Lipids

LIVER PROTECTIVE MEDICINES -Ornithine,  Silymarin

SPERM INCREASE MEDICINES – Clomiphene,  HCG

VOMITING PREVENTION -Ondansetron, Pantoprazole

G – MEDICINES FOR CYCLES

CAFFEINE & EXERCISE, CAFFEINE- FAT LOSS, INJECTION ABSCESS, INSULIN- MUSCLE GAIN, T4 –INTRODUCTION, T4 HORMONE – FAT LOSS.

H – CYCLES PREPARATION

How to prevent adverse effects?

Investigations, Cycle module

CYCLES MOLECULES:

Anabolic steroids list, Fat loss molecules list – Cutting Cycle, Gaining molecules list – Gaining cycle

INJECTABLE DOSE FREQUENCY , SAMPLE CYCLES

How other Medicines are taken with cycles?

I LEGALITY OF STEROIDS

 

 

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07 ADVANCE NUTRITION & SUPPLEMENTATION (DE) CERTIFICATE COURSE [ 8,500 INR ]

07 ADVANCE NUTRITION & SUPPLEMENTATION (DE) CERTIFICATE COURSE { 8,500 INR }

 

A – NUTRITION BASICS

Basic Definitions, Body types, Six classes of Nutrients, Antioxidant, Insulin and glucagon info., Diabetes
B – SUPPLEMENTS

Whey Protein Supplement, Amino Acids Supplement, B Complex Supplements, BCAA Supplement, Creatine Supplement, Glutamine Supplement, Multivitamin Supplement, Omega-3 Supplement.

C – WORKOUT NUTRITION

Protein requirement according to workout, Pre workout Nutrition, During Workout Nutrition, Post workout Nutrition.

D – SPECIAL POPULATION NUTRITION

Fat loss foods list, Fat loss/Obesity Nutrition, Orlistat, Weight gain Nutrition.

E – CLINICAL SUPPLEMENTATION

Hypertension & blood pressure, High cholesterol and lipids, Heart disease, Anemia, Pregnancy, Lactation, Arthritis, Osteoporosis, Diarrhea and vomiting, Fever, Tuberculosis, Diabetes, For general fitness, Jaundice

 

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08 MEDICAL SEXUAL DISORDERS (MSD) (DE) CERTIFICATE COURSE [ 8,500 INR ]

08 MEDICAL SEXUAL DISORDERS (MSD) (DE) CERTIFICATE COURSE { 8,500 INR }

 

MEDICAL SEXUAL DISORDERS (MSD) SYLLABUS

  1. PSYCHIATRIC SEXUAL DISORDERS
  • Female Sexual Disorders

Female Sexual Arousal Disorder – Delay/ absence of Sexual arousal

  • Male Sexual Disorders

Erectile Disorder (ED) – An inadequate erection

Premature (Early) Ejaculation – Early ejaculation in males.

Frotteuristic Disorder – Genital rubbing against non-consenting person

  • Unisex Sexual Disorders

Masturbation (Stimulation of genital organs for sexual pleasure)

Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder – Low desire for sex

Sex Addiction (not a recognized diagnostic category at this time)

Sexual Masochism – Sexual arousal being made to suffer physical pain or humiliation.

Sexual Sadism – sexual arousal in response to the extreme pain, suffering or humiliation of others.

Transvestic Disorder – Sexual arousal by the act of cross-dressing as the opposite gender

Voyeuristic Disorder – Sexual arousal by observing the sexual acts of others

Female and Male Orgasmic Disorders – Delay/ absence orgasm

Exhibitionistic Disorder – Intense sexually arousing fantasies

Fetishistic Disorder – Sexual arousal from non-erotic objects

  1. GENDER SEXUAL DISORDERS
  • Gender Identity Disorders

Intersex – children with male and female characteristics

Early sexual development

  • Sexual Orientation Disorders

Heterosexual (straight), Homosexual (gay or lesbian) & Bisexual

  1. HORMONAL SEXUAL DISORDERS
  • Female Sexual Disorders

Low Estrogen

  • Male Sexual Disorders

Low Testosterone

Male Menopause (Testosterone reduction after 40)

  • UNISEX SEXUAL DISORDERS

Addison’s disease (Less production of Steroid hormones)

Senior Sex (Sex in old age)

  1. SEXUAL INFECTIONS
  • Sexual Organs infections

STD’s (Sexually Transmitted Diseases)

  1. GYNAECOLOGICAL & REPRODUCTIVE DISORDERS
  • Female Reproductive Disorders

Dyspareunia – Genital Pain during intercourse

Vaginismus – Involuntary contractions of their vaginal muscles during intercourse

Vaginal bleeding – Vaginal bleeding after intercourse

Hysterectomy (Surgical removal of Uterus in female)

Ovarian cysts (Fluid accumulation in Ovaries)

Menstrual Problems – Irregular Periods, Amenorrhoea, Menorrhagia, Dysmenorrhoea, Premenstrual Syndrome, Menopausal Problems

  • Male Reproductive Disorders

Testicular Pain

Blood in Semen

Phimosis (Tight penis foreskin to pull back)

Paraphimosis (foreskin of the penis, once retracted, cannot return to its original location)

Balanitis (Inflammation of head of penis)

Peyronie’s Disease (Curvature of the Penis)

Priapism (Painful erection of penis)

Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (Prostate enlargement)

  1. PLASTIC & COSMETIC SEXUAL SURGERIES (PLASTIC SURGERIES)
  • Female Genital Cosmetic Surgeries

Labiaplasty, Vaginoplasty, Hymenoplasty, Vulval lipoplasty, G-spot augmentation, Clitoral hood reduction.

  • Breast Cosmetic Surgeries

Breast Augmentation,

Breast Reduction,

Breast Reconstruction

Breast Lifts

  • Male Genital Cosmetic Surgeries

Penis Enlargement,

Circumcision,

Scrotal Reduction

Testicular Implants

  1. SEX CHANGE SURGERY

Sex Reassignment Surgery – Sex change surgery

  1. CONTRACEPTIVES
  • Male contraceptives

Male condoms

Vasectomy

  • Female contraceptives

Female condoms

Oral contraceptives

Tubectomy

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09 EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY/SPORTS PHYSIOLOGY CURRICULUM (DE) CERTIFICATE COURSE [4,750 INR ]

09 EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY/SPORTS PHYSIOLOGY CURRICULUM (DE) CERTIFICATE COURSE {4,750 INR }

Exercise physiology

SYLLABUS EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY

HUMAN BODY

Body Composition

Bone Physiology

The Autonomic Nervous System

The Cardiovascular System

The Heart Anatomy

BIOENERGETICS & ENERGY TRANSFER

BIOENERGETICS

Energy Transfer In Body

Energy Expenditure During Various Activities

Energy Transfer In Exercise

Fatigue

Measuring Energy And Expenditure During Physical Activity

Temperature Regulation & Human body

Thermoregulation In Exercise

EXERCISE AND RESPIRATORY SYSTEM

Air Conditioning

Exercise And Respiratory System

High Altitude And Athletic Training

Oxygen Debt

Respiratory Response And Adaptation To Exercise

Second Wind

NUTRITION IN SPORTS

Carbohydrate Loading

Carbohydrates And The Glycaemic Index

Ergogenic Aids To Exercise performance

Fats Requirement And Needs Of Athlete

Fluid And Electrolyte Balance

Food-Energy Requirement

Nutrient Balance

Pre And Post Competition Meal And Carbohydrate Loading

Protien RequiremenT And Needs Of Athlete

Tailoring Nutrition For Specific Sports

Vitamin Are Athlete Needs, Megavitamin & Antioxidants

Vitamins For Endurance Athletes

Water And Electrolyte Loss And Replacement In Exercise

Weight Gain Foods

Weight Loss Foods

EXERCISE & BODY ADAPTATION

Bone Adaptation To Exercise

Cardiovascular Adaptation To Exercise Training

Exercise And Immunity

Muscle Adaptations To Aerobic Training

Neuromuscular Functions And Fatigue In Exercise

Exercise & Reproductive Function In Male

Exercise & Reproductive Function In Female

 

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10 MASTER PERSONAL TRAINER (MPT) (DE) CERTIFICATE COURSE [12,500 INR]

10 MASTER PERSONAL TRAINER (MPT) SYLLABUS (DE) CERTIFICATE COURSE {12,500 INR}

Trinity College Sports Centre, Trinity College, Dublin, 10/7/2013 General view of Personal Trainers Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/James Crombie

IMPORTANT DEFINITIONS (Medical & Fitness)

Fitness, Sport, Exercise, Health, Anatomy, physiology, Aerobic, anaerobic, repetitions, sets, strength, endurance, flexibility, stretching, intensity, contraction, relaxation, anabolism, catabolism, metabolism, BMI, BMR.

HUMAN BODY (ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY)

  • Definition:-Anatomy. Physiology.
  • Body – hard & soft part.
  • Body parts
    • (Trunk/torso)
    • upper body –lower body
  • Internal Organs
  • Body systems
  • Muscle Types- Skeletal Muscle names.
  • Larger to small muscle groups.
  • Bones (Skeletal system)

FITNESS SCIENCE

  • Body Types
  • Body composition
  • Fitness Components
  • Pre & post workout preparation
  • Exercise Types- static & dynamic exercises.
  • Aerobic Exercise – Jogging, Running, sprinting, Circuit Training.
  • Stretching Types
  • Practical – warm up, stretching exercises, cool down.
    • Strength Training -lower back, abdominals, back, biceps, chest, triceps, thighs, calves, shoulder, facial exercise(net)
  • Blood pooling

EXERCISE PROGRAMMING

SPECIAL POPULATION

Injury & disease

FITNESS TESTING

BMR, BMI, VO2 Max, Blood Pressure.

NUTRITION

Six class of nutrients – sources, types, functions.

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11 GYM & BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (DE) CERTIFICATE COURSE [ 4,750 INR ]

11 GYM & BUSINESS MANAGEMENT SYLLABUS (DE) CERTIFICATE COURSE { 4,750 INR }

INTRODUCTION

  • Introduction to Gym & Business Management Course

GYM FINANCIAL PLAN

  • Financial plan for Gym business

GYM LOCATION SELECTION

  • Principles of starting a Gym
  • Gym location decision & selection

INCORPORATION & LICENSES ACQUIRING

  • Registering Gym business name
  • Getting Gym Business Incorporation Certificate
  • Getting Tax certifications
  • NOC from local Government bodies

DESIGNING YOUR CLUB

  • Your Gym entrance
  • How to design a New Club?
  • How to change the Aesthetics of your Existing Gym?
  • Equipments of Gym

PRICING STRATEGY

  • Establishing Gym Pricing strategy

GYM DEPARTMENTS

  • Gym Operations
  • Gym Sales
  • Gym Marketing
  • Gym Human Resource (HR)
  • Gym Finance & accounting

PRE SALES BUISNESS PLANNING

  • Gym pre sales Business planning
  • Gym sales strategy & Management

GYM HUMAN RESOURCE (HR) MANAGEMENT

  • HR Duties & Tasks

BANKING & CASH MANAGEMENT

  • Corporate banking account for Gym
  • Salary Accounts of Gym Staff

MARKETING & ADVERTISING

  • Gym Brand Marketing & Advertising

GYM MANAGEMENT & IT:

  • Gym management software

GYM MEMBERS & OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT

  • Customer Files management
  • Equipment and services
  • Marketing
  • Atmosphere
  • Safety
  • Insurance

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

  • Cash Management Services
  • Payment collection from Members
  • Payment collection on Bad Accounts

DEALING WITH EMPLOYEES AND TRAINERS

  • Gym club Manager
  • Operations manager
  • Lead trainer/Fitness Manager
  • Personal trainers & General trainers
  • Childcare staff
  • Receptionist/Front desk

GYM FACILITIES AND SERVICES

  • Front Desk
  • Main workout area
  • Cardio area/Theatre
  • Group exercise classes
  • Sports facilities
  • Personal training
  • Nutrition Center
  • Other services- sauna, steam room, or swimming pool or wellness areas, Music & DJ

GYM ACCOUNTING & TAX MANAGEMENT

  • Accounting principles for Fitness professionals.
  • Gym membership & tax management.

KEEPING YOUR CLUB ALIVE

  • Your Website
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12 FAT LOSS & OBESITY (DE) CERTIFICATE COURSE [4,750 INR ]

12 OBESITY & FAT LOSS SYLLABUS (DE) CERTIFICATE COURSE {4,750 INR }

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VOLUME 01 – Page 001 to 220

A -MEDICAL DEFINITIONS- 1 to 127 Anabolism (2 –5), Anatomy (6- 13), Biochemistry (14 -23), Biology (24- 33), Catabolism (34- 44), Exercise & Sports Physiology (45-46), Exercise Physiology )47 – 53), Medicine (54 -66), Metabolism (67-77), Pathology (78-82), Physiology (83-93), Plastic Surgery (94-98), Radiology (99-110), Surgery 111- 127

B- EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY & OBESITY 128 to 197

C- ENDOCRINOLOGY & OBESITY 198 to 220 Adipose Tissues (129-137), BMI (138-149), Body Composition (150-160), Body Types – Somatotypes (161 -168), Central Obesity (169 -176), Energy Systems – Aerobic & Anaerobic Energy Systems (177 -183), Genetics & Obesity (184-190), Monitoring Body Fat Percentage (191 – 197) Glucagon & Insulin Hormone (199-209), Hypothyroidism & Obesity (210-220)

VOLUME 02 – Page 221 to 420

D- CLINICAL & GENERAL NUTRITION IN OBESITY 221 to 233 Meal replacement (222-233)

E – RADIOLOGY & OBESITY 234 to 247

F- PSYCHIATRY & OBESITY 248 to 254 CT Scan & MRI For Body Fat Monitoring(235-239) Dexa Scan And Body Fat (240-247) Depression & Obesity (249 -254)

G- PEDIATRICS & OBESITY 255 to 264

H- GYNAECOLOGY & OBESITY 265 to 278 Kids obesity (256-264) PCOD (PCOS) & Obesity (266 -277), Post Pregnancy Obesity (278)

I- PLASTIC SURGERY IN OBESITY 279 to 314

J- MEDICINE,DISEASES & OBESITY 315 to 330 Ab Etching Surgery(280 -288), bariatric surgery (289-299), liposuction(300-307),Tummy tuck (308-314) Diabetes & Obesity (316-320), Obesity & Arthritis (321-330)

K- PHYSICAL EXERCISE & OBESITY 331 to 348

L- DERMATOLOGY & OBESITY 349 to 358 Circuit training for fat loss (332-336), Stretching for fat loss (337-348) Dermatology & obesity (350-352), dermatological complications of obesity (353-354), obesity and skin problems(355-357), Skin diseases aggravated by obesity (358).

M- PATHOLOGY & OBESITY 359 to 420 Complete Blood Count (CBC) (360-363), ESR Test (364-368), Blood Sugar Testing (369-374), Lipid Profile (375–383), Liver Function Tests (384-388),Renal Function Test (389-395), Thyroid Tests(396-409), Urine Test (410-420)

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13 SPECIAL POPULATION (DE) CERTIFICATE COURSE [ 4,750 INR ]

13 SPECIAL POPULATION SYLLABUS (DE) CERTIFICATE COURSE { 4,750 INR }

The+body’s+systems

1. OSTEOLOGY DISORDERS – Osteoporosis & Arthritis

2. METABOLIC DISORDERS – Diabetes, Obesity & Thyroid

3. NEUROLOGY DISORDERS – Stroke, Epilepsy, Alzheimer’s disease

4. CARDIOLOGY DISORDERS – Bypass, Angioplasty & other Heart Diseases

5. VASCULAR DISORDERS – BP, Varicose veins

6. PULMONARY DISORDERS – TB, Asthma, COPD, Pneumonia

7. NEPHROLOGY DISORDERS – CKD, Calculus

8. GI DISORDERS – Gastritis

9. ONCOLOGY DISORDERS – Cancers

10. INFECTIONS DISORDERS – Typhoid, Malaria, Hepatitis

11. MUSCULOSKELETAL DISORDERS – Muscle injuries, spasms, joint pains, Arthritis, Osteoporosis.

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14 BASIC CARDIOLOGY (DE) CERTIFICATE COURSE [3,250 INR ]

14 BASIC CARDIOLOGY (DE) CERTIFICATE COURSE {3,250 INR }

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  • ANATOMY OF HEART AND CIRICULATION
  • PHYSIOLOGY
  • PATHOLOGY
  • PHARMACOLOGY
  • INVESTIGATIVE CARDIOLOGY
  • CARDIAC CATHETERIZATION
  • NUCLEAR CARDIOLOGY

ANATOMY OF HEART AND CIRICULATION

Embryology and normal anatomy, Coronary circulation, Pulmonary and systemic circulation, Autonomic Nervous system & Heart Conduction system.

PHYSIOLOGY

Cardiac cycle, Fetal circulation, Myocardial metabolism, Coronary Circulation, Pulmonary circulation, Exercise physiology of heart, Regulation of blood pressure, Blood gases & pH.

PATHOLOGY

Congenital heart diseases, Valvular heart diseases, Ischemic heart diseases, Cardiomyopathies, Lab aids and interpretation of tests

PHARMACOLOGY

Inotropes, Diuretics, Antihypertensive, Vasodilators, B-Blockers and other anti-anginal agents, Anticoagulants, ACE, ARB, Anti-arrhythmias, Digitalis and other related drugs.

INVESTIGATIVE CARDIOLOGY

Clinical approach to the cardiac patients, Blood & Urine Tests, ECG & Holter Monitoring, Echocardiography, Exercise Tolerance Test, 24 Hour BP Monitoring, Chest X-Ray, Coronary Calcium Score, Carotid Ultrasound, CT Angiogram, Myocardial Perfusion Scanning, Coronary Angiogram, Cardiac MRI, Reveal Device, Pacemaker / ICD check, EP Study, Autonomic Tilt Testing,

CARDIAC CATHETERIZATION

Cardiac Catheterization What’s it for? How it’s done? Technology and expertise at URMC

NUCLEAR CARDIOLOGY

Nuclear cardiology testing, nuclear cardiology tests used to evaluate, possible treatments are best for your heart, medications needed for heart disease, heart catheterization advisable, Technology and expertise at URMC.

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15 PREGNANCY & LACTATION (DE) [ 3,750 INR ]

15 PREGNANCY & LACTATION (DE) CERTIFICATE COURSE { 3,750 INR }

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Lesson 1: Preparing for Pregnancy

Before Pregnancy – How to give your baby the best, Lifestyle changes. Nutrition, Exercise, Medications, Work issues, Age as an issue,

Lesson 2: Pregnancy and You

Emotions, Food and Rest, Relationship with Prenatal Caregiver, Empowering yourself- The importance of educating yourself, Knowing what is best for you.

Lesson 3: Preparing for Delivery

Hospitals- Doctors, Midwives, Home Delivery, Insurance coverage- What might not be covered, Where to look if you have no insurance coverage. Pain Issues-

Lesson 4: Things that Can Affect You During Pregnancy

Emotional Stress, Physical Stress, Exercise, Trauma, Work, Heat

Lesson 5: Medications and Health During Pregnancy

Common medicines- Pain relievers, Antacids, Allergy, Cold medicines, Laxatives. Vaccinations, Vitamins- Folic Acid, Calcium, Iron

Lesson 6: Prenatal Tests and Analysis Methods

Genetic Testing- Family History. TMS – Triple Marker Screening, Amniocentesis, Ultrasound. Lesson

7: Pregnancy – Week by week(Week 1 to 40) Lesson

8: Pregnancy – Month by month(Month 1 to 9) Lesson

9 : Pregnancy – by Trimester 1st , 2nd & 3rd

First Trimester

Common Conditions, Fetal Growth and Development, Morning Sickness, Mood Swings, Fatigue, Food Aversions, Food Cravings

Second Trimester

Common Conditions, Fetal Growth and Development, Sugar Imbalance, Hemorrhoids, Varicose Veins

Third Trimester

Common Conditions, Fetal Growth and Development, Lack of Appetite, Swelling and edema, Fatigue and shortness of breath, Indigestion and heartburn, Increased blood pressure, Urinary tract infections.

Lesson 10: Self-care during pregnancy

Relieving the discomforts of pregnancy, Massage, External, pollution, Sex.

Lesson 11: Giving Birth

Childbirth education classes, Birth plans, Packing for labor, Normal Delivery, Episiotomy-( A lower segment Caesarean section (LSCS)), Impact of Labor, Birth – A New Beginning, Placenta Encapsulation.

Lesson 12: Baby Care

Preventing the Baby Blues, Monitoring Your Newborn’s Weight Gain, Newborn Jaundice, Soothing Your Crying Baby, Changing a Diaper, What’s in Breast Milk?

Lesson 13: Lactation

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16 DIABETES (DE) CERTIFICATE COURSE [ 3,750 INR ]

16 DIABETES (DE) CERTIFICATE COURSE { 3,750 INR }

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Public Health Problems:

Identifying individuals at high risk for type 2 Diabetes, Evidence for type 2 Diabetes prevention,

Quality of care: Health outcome include treatment of glycaemic control, lipid levels, blood pressure, frequency of self-monitoring of blood glucose.

Pathophysiology of Diabetes: Types and causes, Disease process, Diagnostic criteria, Screening for Diabetes – why, when and how? (Urine sugar and blood sugar), Continuum of care (primary, secondary, tertiary prevention)

Long term complications Macro

vascular complication: It includes coronary artery disease, cerebral vascular and peripheral vascular disease – Type, risk factors and intervention strategies.

Micro vascular complication: Diabetes Eye disease, Neuropathy, Nephropathy – Disease stage, diagnosis and treatment.

Other complications (foot, skin, gastrointestinal disorders, endocrine disease, psychological factors, etc.)

Management of Diabetes – overview: Aims of treatment, the importance of overall metabolic control, Internationally recognised standards of care, The evidence for good control, Physical assessment and laboratory assessment

Practical management of Diabetes:

Dietary management, Insulin and oral therapy, Avoiding and managing hypo and hyperglycaemia, Self-management strategies during special situations (sick days, travel, hypoglycaemic events, etc), Self monitoring (glycemic control & complications related to diabetes), Lifestyle issues.

Special considerations: Diabetes in children and adolescents, Diabetes in pregnancy, Diabetes in the elderly, Diabetes & infection, Diabetes in people living in poverty, surgical considerations in Diabetes Educational and behavioural interventions: Principles and practice of patient education, Measure and document patient outcomes, Problems and psychological evaluation in the diabetic patient, Strategies for behavioural changes, Managing stress Educational approaches for special situations Low literacy, Low income. Mentally or physically challenged individuals, Amputation

Diabetes Foot Care & Education: Oedema,Ulceration,Infection,Gangerne,Identifying foot at risk 140 Diabetes & Dental Care: Definition, preventive measures for dental problems, important aspects of oral hygiene, nutritional modification and appropriate instruction for treating periodontal disease

Hypoglycaemia & Hyperglycaemia : Causes,Symptoms,Prevention & Treatment Developing an individualized meal plan: Diet order, Menu setting, Supervising the diets

Managing a Diabetes service: The multidisciplinary team,Organizing the Diabetes clinic, Documenting and monitoring the quality of care, Assessing and reporting outcomes.

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17 CANCER BIOLOGY (DE) CERTIFICATE COURSE [ 3,750 INR ]

17 CANCER BIOLOGY (DE) CERTIFICATE COURSE { 3,750 INR }

cancer

1. History of cancer

2. What is cancer?

3. Cancer progression

4. Oncogenes

5. Tumor suppressors

6. Types of cancer

7. Causes of cancer

8. Carcinogens

9. Smoking & cancer

10. Cancer & stem cells

11. TREATMENT OF CANCER • Surgery • Chemotherapy • Radiotherapy • Immunotherapy • Stem cell transplants

12. Cancer screening

13. Genetic screening for cancer

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18 BEAUTY PROCEDURE & THERAPY (DE) CERTIFICATE COURSE [3,750 INR ]

18 BEAUTY PROCEDURE & THERAPY (DE) CERTIFICATE COURSE {3,750 INR }

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SKIN ANATOMY

• Introduction • Function • Parts • Types

HAIR ANATOMY

• Introduction • Anatomy • Physiology • Growth

EYES

• Eye brows shaping • Under eye treatment (Black circles)

HAND & FEET

• Manicure • Pedicure • Nails- Art & Paint • Waxing

MAKE UP

• Eye makeup • Foundation • Evening makeup • Party make up

HAIR TREATMENTS

• Shampooing, Conditioning • Cutting • Rebonding • Setting • Straightening • Styling • Highlighting • Chemical Work -Coloring & Hair Wash • Beard styling • Mustache Styling

SPA

• Hand, Feet, Head Massage • Whole body massage • Spa therapy

SALON MANAGEMENT

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19 MEDICAL COSMETOLOGY (DE) CERTIFICATE COURSE [4,750 INR ]

19 MEDICAL COSMETOLOGY (DE) CERTIFICATE COURSE {4,750 INR }

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SESSION 1

1. INTRODUCTION

2. Introduction to the World of Aesthetic Medicine

SESSION 2

1. SKIN 2. Dermal Anatomy 3. Cosmetic Dermal Conditions 4. Pigmentation DisorderS 5. Acne Management 6. Facial Analysis TechniqueS 7. Microdermabrasion (MDA), 8. Medicated Face Masks 9. Chemical Peels & Dermaroller 10. Structure & Function 11. Skin Appendages 12. Skin Types 13. Common Cosmetic Skin Conditions

SESSION 3- ANTI-AGING TREATMENT 

1. LASER in Cosmetology(E –light, Diode, Long Pulse Nd: YAG, Fraxel CO2)

2. Electroporation and Radio Frequency (RF)

3. Skin Tightening and Body Toning

4. Anti-aging Injections/Filler(Wrinkles Removal)

SESSION 4

1. HAIR

2. Structure & Function

3. Normal Hair Growth

4. Hair Types

5. Hair Conditions

6. Trichology (Trichoscope Examination)

7. Unwanted Hair Removal Techniques

8. Hair Loss (Alopecia) and Dandruff Therapy.

SESSION 5

1. CHEMICAL PEELS

I. Superficial Peels

II. Combination Chemical Peels

III. Peels Classification

IV. Peels Characteristics

V. Understanding of Different Peels

VI. Patient Evaluation

VII. Indications/Precautions

VIII. Patient Selection

2. SKIN CONDITIONING

I. Indications/ Contraindications

II. Side Effects

III. Results

IV. Skin Regimen

3. CHEMICAL PEELINGS:

I. Superficial Peels

II. Combination Chemical Peels

III. Pigmentation of the Face-Evaluation and Treatment

IV. Medium Depth Chemical Peels

4. Facial Peels

1. Classification – Superficial, Medium, Deep, Augmented

2. Characteristics- Glycolics/AHA/ Fruit Peels/ Jessner/ TCA/Phenol/ Retinoic Acid/ Microdermabrasion/ Combinations

3. Basic Understanding of each Different Agent- Indexations for Use/Contraindications/Mode of Application/Mechanism of Action/ Potentiating Factors/ Adverse Effects

SESSION 6

• BOTULINUM TOXIN

• The Product • Indications • Facial Anatomy in Detail • Mode of Action • Regional Anaesthesia for the Face • Duration of Action • Appropriate Doses/ Dilutions • Safety and Toxicity • Storage and Transport • Side Effects and Complications: Allergic/ Regional

SESSION 7

DERMAL FILLERS

I. Introduction to dermal fillers

II. Pharmacology

III. Types of Dermal Fillers (Restylane, Perlane, Juvederm etc.)

IV. Patient selection for dermal fillers

V. Side Effects and Complications

VI. Recommendations

VII. Combination Therapies

1. Botox and Fillers

2. Botox and Skin Resurfacing

3. Light Therapy and Skin Resurfacing

SESSION 8

LASERS PART 1

I. Introduction to Lasers

II. History, Laser Physics & Vocabulary

III. Types of Lasers

IV. Laser & Skin Interaction

V. Side Effects and Complications

VI. Recommendations

VII. Combination Therapies

SESSION 9

LASERS PART 2

I. Advanced Lasers and their Indications

II. Ablative/Non-Ablative Lasers

III. Pigment/Tattoo Lasers

IV. Q-Switched Lasers, Hair Removal Lasers

V. Intense Pulsed Light (IPL)

VI. Laser Chromophores

VII. Choosing Appropriate Settings

VIII. Available Aesthetic Laser Technologies in the World

IX. Comparison between Lasers X. Management of Complications of Lasers and IPL

XI. Newer Technologies – RF /IR/ Fraxel / Infrared Devices

XII. Laser Safety

XIII. Treatment Techniques

SESSION 10

OTHER MINOR COSMETIC PROCEDURES

I. Derma Stamp/Derma Roller/Dermapen

II. Electrocautery RF techniques

III. Mole & skin tags removal

IV. Micro-Dermabrasion

SESSION 11

ACNE

I. Medical management

II. Use of lasers

III. Treatments of Acne scaring

SESSION 12

I. CIT (Collagen Introduction Therapy )

II. Neck Rejuvenation

SESSION 13

MESOTHERAPY

I. Basics of Mesotherapy

II. Techniques

III. Patient Selection & Indications

SESSION 14

IMPORTANT CONSIDERATIONS

I. How to setup cosmetic practice

II. How To Market Your Practice And Build Your Customer Base

III. Medico-Legal Aspects of Cosmetic Dermatology

IV. Ethics in Cosmetic Practice

SESSION 15

AWARD OF PGDCC

SESSION 16

WEIGHT REDUCTION MANAGEMENT

I. i-lipo

II. U-Lipo

III. Cry Lipo

IV. Vela shape & Diet advise

V. Meso -Therapy (Non-Injectable) – Meso-Lipo & Meso-Hair

VI. Cosmeceutical Products Selection.

SESSION 17

Communication skills & Grooming

SESSION 18

Module VI: Hygiene, Sterilization & Asepsis

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20 DIET & NUTRITION (DN) (DE) CERTIFICATE COURSE [4,750 INR ]

20 DIET & NUTRITION (DN) (DE) CERTIFICATE COURSE {4,750 INR }

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A)BASIC NUTRITION –

1)Body composition, the functions of food, metabolism and energy 

Dietary constituents and the functions of food, Body composition, Metabolism and energy

2)Macronutrients: Carbohydrates, fats and proteins 

Carbohydrates, Fats, Proteins

3)Minerals 

Calcium, Iron, Iodine, Fluorine, Zinc, Other trace elements

4)Vitamins 

Vitamin A (Retinol), Thiamine (Vitamin B1), Riboflavin (Vitamin B2), Niacin (nicotinic acid, nicotinamide, vitamin PP), Vitamin B12 (Cyanocobalamin), Folic acid or folates, Vitamin C (ascorbic acid), Vitamin D, Other vitamins

B) RECOMMENDED DIETARY ALLOWANCES

Estimated safe and adequate daily dietary intakes, Uses and implications of the RDAs, Definition and applications, Estimation of physiological requirements, Establishment of dietary recommendations, How are rdas to be met?, Pharmacologic and toxic effects of nutrients, Reference individuals, Nutrient allowances for infants.

1) Nutrient allowances for the elderly 

Conditions that may require adjustment in application of rdas, Climate, Strenuous physical activity, Clinical considerations

2) Application of recommended dietary allowances 

Nutritional allowances as guidelines for food supplies and for health and welfare programs, Energy, Estimating energy requirements, Resting energy expenditure, Physical activity, Metabolic response to food, Age, Sex, Growth, Body size, Climate

3) Estimation of energy allowances 

Adults, Pregnancy, Lactation, Infants, children, and adolescents, Comparison of rda and reported intakes, Changes in energy allowances compared to ninth edition, Carbohydrates and fiber, Digestible carbohydrates, Pathophysiological significance, Dietary fiber.

4) Lipids 

Dietary sources and usual intakes, Essential fatty acids, other considerations

5) Protein and amino acids 

General signs of deficiency, General principles for estimating protein requirements, Nitrogen balance, Other criteria of adequacy, The requirement for amino acids, Recommended allowances for protein.

6) The requirement for reference protein and its variability 

Adults, The elderly, Pregnancy, Lactation, Infants, children, and adolescents, Amino acid requirement pattern according to age, Amino acid scoring of dietary protein quality.

7) Consumption and amino acid pattern of proteins in the u.s. Diet 

Digestibility, Adjustment of allowances for dietary quality, Other effects on protein requirements.

8) Comparison of current protein recommendations to the 1980 rdas 

Excessive intakes and toxicity

C) FAT-SOLUBLE VITAMINS

1) Vitamin A 

General signs of deficiency, The nutritional relationship between preformed vitamin a, biologically active retinoids, and carotenoids, Dietary sources and usual intakes, Recommended allowances, Adults, Pregnancy and lactation,

Infants and children, Other factors affecting recommended allowances, Excessive intakes and toxicity.

2) Vitamin D 

General signs of deficiency, The dietary essentiality of vitamin d, Biochemistry and metabolism, Dietary sources and usual intakes, Recommended allowances, Adults, Pregnancy, and lactation, Infants and children, Excessive intakes and toxicity.

3) Vitamin E 

Occurrence and biological activity, Function and metabolism, Dietary sources and usual intakes, Pufa-vitamin e relationship, recommended allowances, Adults, Pregnancy and lactation, Infant, Children, Excessive intakes and toxicity.

4) Vitamin k 

Metabolism, Dietary sources and usual intakes, recommended allowances, Adults, Pregnancy and lactation, Infants and children, other considerations, Excessive intakes and toxicity.

D) WATER-SOLUBLE VITAMINS 

1) Vitamin c 

Absorption, transport, storage, and excretion, Dietary sources and usual intakes, Criteria for assessing nutritional status, Recommended allowances, Adults, Pregnancy and lactation, Infants and children , Other considerations, Pharmacologic intakes and toxicity.

2) Thiamin 

General signs of deficiency, Dietary sources and usual intakes, Recommended allowances, Adults , Pregnancy and lactation , Infants, Children and adolescents, Excessive intakes and toxicity.

3) Riboflavin 

General signs of deficiency, Dietary sources and usual intakes, Recommended allowances, Adults, Pregnancy and lactation, Infants and children,Excessive intakes and toxicity.

4) Niacin 

Tryptophan to niacin interconversion, Dietary sources and usual intakes, Recommended allowances, Adults , Pregnancy and lactation , Infants and children ,Excessive intakes and toxicity.

5) Vitamin b6 

General signs of deficiency, Dietary sources and usual intakes, Recommended allowances, Adults, Pregnancy and lactation, Infants and children, Excessive intakes and toxicity.

6) Folate 

Dietary sources and usual intakes, Bioavailability, Assessment of folate status, Recommended allowances, Adults and adolescents , Pregnancy and lactation, Infants and children , Excessive intakes and toxicity,

7) Vitamin b12 

Dietary sources and usual intakes, General signs of deficiency, Metabolism, Pool size and turnover, Basis for establishing allowances, Recommended allowances, Adults ,Pregnancy and lactation, Infants and children, Excessive intakes and toxicity.

8) Biotin 

General signs of deficiency, Dietary sources and usual intakes, Intestinal synthesis, Estimated safe and adequate daily dietary intakes, Adults , Pregnancy and lactation,Infants and children.

9) Pantothenic acid 

General signs of deficiency, Dietary sources and usual intakes, Estimated safe and adequate daily dietary intakes, Adults, Pregnancy and lactation, Infants, children, and adolescents, Excessive intakes and toxicity.

E) MINERALS 

1) Calcium 

Calcium absorption, Dietary sources and usual intakes, Bone formation and retention, Relationship to phosphorus and protein intakes, Other potential functions, Recommended allowances, Adults and adolescents, Pregnancy and lactation , Infants and children ,Excessive intakes and toxicity.

2) Phosphorus 

Dietary sources and usual intakes, General signs of deficiency, Recommended allowances, Adults, children, and pregnant and lactating women, Infants, Excessive intakes and toxicity.

3) Magnesium 

General signs of deficiency, Dietary sources and usual intakes, Recommended allowances, Adults, Pregnancy and lactation, Infants and children, Excessive intakes and toxicity.

E) TRACE ELEMENTS 

1) Iron 

General signs of deficiency, Dietary sources, Absorption of dietary iron, Recommended allowances, Adults, Pregnancy and lactation, Infants, Children and adolescents, Other considerations, Excessive intakes and toxicity.

2) Zinc

General signs of deficiency, Dietary sources, bioavailability, and usual intakes, Recommended allowances, Adults , Pregnancy and lactation, Infants and children, Excessive intakes and toxicity.

3) Iodine 

Dietary sources and usual intakes, Recommended allowances, Adults, Pregnancy and lactation, Infants and children, Excessive intakes and toxicity, Other considerations.

4) Selenium 

General signs of deficiency, Dietary sources and usual intakes, Assessment of selenium status, Recommended allowances, Adults, Pregnancy and lactation, Infants and children, Excessive intakes and toxicity.

5) Copper 

Assessment of copper status, Evidence for human requirement, Dietary sources and usual intakes, Bioavailability, Estimated safe and adequate daily dietary intakes, Adults , Infants and children, Excessive intakes and toxicity.

6) Manganese 

Dietary sources and usual intakes, Estimated safe and adequate daily dietary intakes, Adults, Infants and children, Pregnancy and lactation, Excessive intakes and toxicity.

7) Fluoride 

Effects on dental caries, Effects on bone disease, Dietary sources and usual intakes, Excessive intakes and toxicity,

Estimated safe and adequate daily dietary intakes.

8) Chromium 

Usual intakes, Estimated safe and adequate daily dietary intakes, Excessive intakes and toxicity, Dietary sources and usual intakes, Estimated safe and adequate daily dietary intakes, Excessive intakes and toxicity.

9) Water and electrolytes 

Water, Sources, Estimate of requirements, Adults, Pregnancy and lactation, Infants and children, Excessive intakes and toxicity

10) Sodium

Dietary sources and usual intakes, Estimate of requirements, Adults, Pregnancy and lactation. Infants and children, Excessive intakes and toxicity

11) Potassium 

Dietary sources and usual intakes, Estimate of requirements, Adults, Pregnancy and lactation, Infants and children, Excessive intakes and toxicity

12) Chloride 

Dietary sources and usual intakes, Estimate of requirements, Excessive intakes and toxicity, Other substances in food

F) Nutrients essential for some higher animals but not proved to be required by normal humans

Choline, Taurine, Carnitine, Myo-ilositol, Trace elements, Arsenic, nickel, silicon, and boron ,Cadmium, lead, lithium, tin, and vanadium

1) Cobalt 

Growth factors and coenzymes, Substances with no known essentiality in animals or humans

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21 HOSPITAL & HEALTH CARE MANAGEMENT (DE) CERTIFICATE COURSE [4,750 INR ]

21 HOSPITAL & HEALTH CARE MANAGEMENT (DE) CERTIFICATE COURSE {4,750 INR }

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PART 01

Principles of Hospital Management
National health Systems, policy & health economics
Human Resources in Healthcare & Labour Laws
Materials Management in Healthcare
Hospital OD & Strategic Management in Healthcare

 

PART 02

Finance in Healthcare
Organization Behavior
Research Methods & Health research
Healthcare IT & Hospital information systems
Hospital Planning (Clinical & support Services)

 

PART 03

Epidemiology, Social aspects of Health & communication.
Principles of Hospital Administration & Practices
Medico Legal
Quality in Healthcare
Marketing in Healthcare

 

PART 04

Corporate Communication, PR & CRM in Healthcare
Global Healthcare Scenario, Health Insurance & Medical Tourism
Service Operations Management

 

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