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Topic Ultasonogram CT scan MRI Doppler ultrasound Image guided surgery Mammography Role of imaging in acute abdomen Intravenous urography Barium enema X-ray in OT Sterilization & Theatre safety Chemical sterilization Sterilization by irradiation Sterilization of surgical instruments Disinfectants Set up of a modern OT Regional anesthesia Epidural anesthesia Complications of anesthesia Patient controlled analgesia Post-operative pain management Pain and its management Pre-operative assessment and preparation Anesthetic premedication Patient on long term steroid therapy Patient of major abdominal surgery Post-operative care Post-operative nausea and vomiting Post-operative pulmonary care Post-operative pulmonary complications Post-operative hypoxia Post-operative complications Po wound infections/ surgical site infections Preoperative and pyrexia Po retention of urine Preoperative oliguria Physiotherapy in surgical practice Po deep vein thrombosis Anticoagulation therapy in surgical practice Post -operative malnutrition Body response to trauma Hypothermia Hyperthermia and malignant Hyperthermia surgical prophylaxis Hemophilia and surgery Surgery in immune Compromised patient preoperative management Diabetes and surgery Jaundice and surgery

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Universal precaution for HBsAg positive patients Discuss the fluid and electrolyte balance Water intoxication Hyponatraemia Hypokalemia Metabolic Metabolic alkalosis Post-operative fluid therapy Treatment of hydration Hemorrhage Methods to determine and control of blood loss in surgery Blood and blood products Blood- transfusions Massive blood transfusion Autologous blood transfusion Merits and demerits of pre- operative blood transfusion Plasma volume expanders Central venous pressure line Principle of management shock Hypovolaemic shock Anaphylactic shock Septic/Endotoxic shock Septic shock Monitoring of a shock patient Fat embolism Air embolism Pulmonary embolism SIRS MODS Blunt injury to the abdomen Penetrating injury Crush injury Crush syndrome Degloving injury Compartment syndrome Bodys response to trauma Trauma and revised trauma scoring Apache ATLS Triage Artificial ventilation Cardiac arrest in OT CPR ICU Terminal care Discuss the assessment of nutritional status of an individual Routes of nutritional therapy Enteral nutrition Parenteral nutrition

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