This subject has major contribution in the curriculum and it is taught in the Third and Final year of BHMS course. The subject emphases in depth knowledge of causation, evolution, Symptomatology, progress, complications, prevention and management of various diseased states of all the systems of the Human body. It also helps the students to understand therapeutic aspect of treatment in clinical practice.
Practice of medicine is a clinical subject to be learned through theory and clinical classes. Theory and clinical classes for the third and final BHMS students are being conducted according to the CCH syllabus.
Practice of Medicine is a type of learning on subject concerned or devoted to Prevent or alternating or curing disease & it’s influences. Medicine word applied science or Practice of the Diagnosis, Treatment and Prevention of disease. It in compasses of variety of health care products involved to maintain or to restore health by Prevention & Treatment of illness in human beings.
|1.||Total number of Charts||30|
|2.||Total number of Models||12|
|3.||Total Number of Specimens||05|
|4.||No. of Equipment’s for identification||28|
|5.||Number of books in Departmental Library||91|
PRACTICE OF MEDICINE Teaching Staff
|1.||Prof. Dr. Rupali Dave||Professor & HOD||D.H.M.S., M.D. (Hom)|
|2.||Dr. Manoj Bagul||Associate Professor||D.H.M.S., M.D. (Hom)|
|3.||Dr. Mitesh Wakte||Assistant Professor||B.H.M.S., M.D. (Hom)|
|4.||Dr. Sanjay Jain||Guest Faculty/Professor||M.B.B.S, M.D.|
|5.||Dr. Sapana Mittal||Guest Faculty/Associate Professor||M.B.B.S., D.C.H.|