FT-504 Paramedics RGPV / RGTU B.E. FT, 5th (V) Semester syllabus Fire Technology and Safety Engineer

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Rajiv Gandhi Technological University, Bhopal (MP)
B.E. (FT) Fire Technology and Safety Engineering
FT- 504 Paramedics (Theory) syllabus
Revised Syllabus and Scheme Effective from July 2007

Unit-I Paramedics: Definition; qualities of duties, tasks of paramedics. Study of the human body and its various systems: Skeleton system, Muscular systems, Digestive system, Respiratory system, Circulatory system, Central Nervous system, Excretory system etc. and their functions. Practical study of this part to include demonstrations of the human body with structural details of its various parts as seen externally and examination of its install functions such as pulse, breathing, movements of the chest and abdomen, movements of various joints of the body with structural changes in the body parts while making three movements. Practical study of internal organs from the model of the human body including microscopic study of various body cells and organs.

Unit-II Study of a Human Casualty: Including history taking, making of a diagnosis based on symptoms as Narrated by the casualty and signs as observed by the paramedic. Checking temperature pulse, respiration, blood pressure, swellings, discoloration of the skin, wounds, deformities etc/to confirm the diagnosis. Study of various types of burns and their complications in the indoor cases in burn word in the local government hospitals. Study of maintenance of various charts related to such casualties and their importance.

Unit-III Casualties with affected vital functions: Such as casualties in unconscious state, asphyxia, shock including their causes symptoms, signs and specific aspects of examination of such casualties and maintenance of records during their observation and care at the place incident and during transportations up to hospital. Study of specific injuries to body parts controlling there functions with external and internal injuries of head chest and abdomen including causes and consequences of external and internal bleeding.

Unit-IV Paramedical care of various types of Casualties and their injuries such as wounds, burns,
injuries of bones and joints, disturbances in vital function including cardiopulmonary resuscitation, artificial respiration by manual and instrumental methods, bandages, splints, correction of shock, arrest of bleeding, treatment of hyperpyrexia, use of anti/shock fluids and their administration, Observation and maintenance of such causalities.

Unit-V Casualty handling including observation, maintenance of observation charts, treatment administered, temperature-pulse-respiration records, application of suction, appropriate positioning of casualties affected by head injuries, chest injuries, abdominal injuries, bleeding, shock, asphyxia etc. Transportation of causalities on stretches, across plain ground, through obstacles, stretcher drill, loading and unloading of causalities in stretches and ambulances, Ambulance installations and their use in causalities during transportation etc.

Unit-VI Casualties affected by heat and cold, drowning, poisoning, pressure, altitude, inebriations, sound, explosions, nuclear radiations etc. Casualties affected in nuclear, chemical, biological warfare. Prevention, protection of effects on human bodies and their paramedical care. Bites of animals such as snakes, dogs and various insects and their paramedical care.

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