What Do Medical Dresser Do

Medical dressers apply a number of different dressings and techniques available for managing, healing and /or preventing further damages to the wounds. The majority of wounds handled by them are of acute trauma or surgical wounds. The design dressing in such a way that it remain direct contact with the wound, which makes it different from a bandage, which is primarily used to hold a dressing in place. Dressings are frequently used in first aid and nursing.


Dressing: in general keep dressings as
simple as possible

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Duties

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Work Enviorment

In modern society with fast life and livelihood, medical dressing clinics has become matter of essential public requirement at ever road crossing and densely populated habitation.


Dressing: in general keep dressings as
simple as possible
Medical dressers are the first medical-aid provider as doing very good private and independent practice without having very big infrastructural investment. Along with the above self employment options medical dresser are in great requisition in every medical orgnisation, private medical clinic, nursing home and hospital. thus alonwith first-aid medical private practice a dresser can join the fulll time works in any above noted NGO's or Private and Govt. Medical orgnisations.

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Entry Qualification And Fee Structure.
Duration of The Course One Year
Entry Qualification 10th Pass
Admission Fee 2,000.00
Registration Fee 1,000.00
Library Fees 5,00.00 Per Year
Course Fee 26,500.00/Yr

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Syllabus For Dresser Course

Life Science (Anatomy and Physiology)


Dressing: in general keep dressings as
simple as possible
  1. Scope of Anatomy and Physiology, Definition of various terms used in anatomy.
  2. Structure of cell, Function of its components with special reference to mitochondria and microcosms.
  3. Elementary tissues of the body i.e. epithelial tissues, muscular tissues, connective tissues and nervous tissue.
  4. Structure and function of skeleton, classification of joints and their function, joint disorders.
  5. The blood-compositions, blood pressure and its recording, blood groups and coagulation of blood, brief information regarding disorders of blood.
  6. Functions of lymph glands.
  7. Structure and functions of various parts of the heart, and brief information about cardio vascular disorders.
  8. Various parts of respiratory system and their functions, physiology of respiration.
  9. Various parts of urinary system and their functions, structure and function of kidney, physiology of urine formation, pathophysiology of renal diseases and aedima.
  10. Structure of skeletal muscle, physiology of muscle contraction, positions, attachments and functions of various skeletal muscles.
  11. Various parts of central nervous system, brain and its parts and functions. Anatomy physiology of autonomic nervous system.
  12. Elementary knowledge of structure and function of the following taste organ, smell, eye, skin, physiology of pain.
  13. Digestive System, various parts of digestive system and their functions, structure and function of liver, physiology of digestion and absorption.
  14. Principles of nutrition and vitamins.
  15. Endocrine glands and hormones, location of the gland and their functions pituitary, thyroid, adrenals and pancreas.
  16. Concept of health and disease, basic principles of rural and health sanitations.

Dressing, Medical Instruments, Chemical Solution and Sterlization


Dressing: in general keep dressings as
simple as possible
  1. Principle of Dressing, Technique of Sterilization & Room Management, Dressing Technique & Uses of Surgical Instrument.
  2. SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS AND SURGICAL PROCEDURES:- Sterilization and Disinfection different methods, protection of patients in surgery, preparation of patients for surgery etc.
  3. ANESTHESIA:- Different methods and procedures for anesthesia, Preparation of patient for anesthesia, Intensive care etc.
  4. SURGICAL:- Procedures and preparation of operation theatre, Ethics/Discipline, Safety for operating room and personnel. Preparation of instruments etc, National Health Programmes and Policy and health-care delivery system in the country etc.

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Scheme of Examination For Dresser

SI. No.

Subject

Full Marks

Pass Marks

1

Life Science (Anatomy & Physiology)

100

50

2

Dressing, Medical Instruments, Chemical Solution and Sterilization

100

50

3

Pharmacology

100

50

Total Theory Marks

300

150

4

PRACTICAL

A

Practical

100

50

B

Viva

40

20

Total Theory Marks

140

70

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