Obstratics and Gynecology

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Annual Objectives

After completing the course of Gynaecology & Obstetrics in II BHMS the student will be able to –

  • Recall the normal structure & function of female reproductive system
  • Provide a holistic care for a healthy pregnancy, safe delivery and motherhood. 171
  • Describe gynaecological problems and explain their therapeutic solutions.

    At the end of the course, the learner will be able to –
1. Knowledge

Outline the anatomy, physiology and patho-physiology of reproductive system

  • Detect normal pregnancy, labor, puerperium and manage the problems related to them
  • Identify common gynecological diseases and mention there therapeutic approach.
  • During ANC check-up advice the mother about ‘HIGH-RISK’ pregnancy & complications
  • Motivate couple to implement family planning measures
2. Skills
  • Examine a pregnant woman, identify high risk pregnancies and make appropriate referrals
  • Conduct normal delivery, recognize complications and provide post natal care
  • Resuscitate new born and recognize congenital abnormalities
3. Communication
  • Interact with the mother to remove FEAR & false notions about pregnancy
  • Counsel a couple on the use of various available contraceptive devices


1. (a)Homoeopathy adopts the same attitude towards this subject as it does towards Medicine & Surgery, but while dealing with Gynaecology and Obstetrics cases, a Homoeopathic
physician must be trained in special clinical methods of investigation for diagnosing local conditions and individualising cases, the surgical intervention either as a life saving measure or for removing mechanical obstacles, if necessary, as well as their management by using homoeopathic medicines & other auxiliary methods of treatment.

(b) Pregnancy is the best time to eradicate genetic dyscrasias in women and this should be specially stressed, & students shall also be instructed in the care of new born.

(c)The fact that the mother & child form a single biological unit and that this peculiar close physiological relation-ship persists for at-least the first two years of the child’s life should be particularly emphasised.

2. A course of instructions in the principles and practice of Gynaecology and Obstetrics & infant hygiene, care including the applied anatomy & physiology of pregnancy and labour will be given.

3. Examination & investigations in gynaecological and obstetrical cases shall be stressed and scope of Homoeopathy in this subject shall be taught in detail

4. The study shall start in Second BHMS& shall be completed in the Third BHMS & the examination will be held in Third BHMS.