D M (NEURO-ANAESTHESIOLOGY)ALL INDIA INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES
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- New delhi
BASIC SCIENCES AND PRINCIPLES OF NEUROANAESTHESIA :
i) Anatomy - Gross and applied anatomy of the central and autonomic nervous system.
ii) Physiology - This would include brain, spinal cord cerebrospinal fluid, cerebral blood flow,
mechanism of transmission of pain in different acute and chronic pain conditions, cardio-respiratory
physiology in patients with neurologic and neurosurgical diseases, and endocrine function of the
pituitary and pineal gland. Revision of cardiovascular, respiratory and neuro muscular functions.
iii) Pharmacology - This would include drugs affecting the functions of brain, spinal cord, CSF and
cerebral blood flow and action of drugs on transmission of different stimuli, including pain, and
pharmacology of drugs used in neuro intensive care for management of both cardio-respiratory
dysfunctions and brain protection.
iv) Monitoring - This would include indication, technique and inter- pretation of different types of
v) Fluid-electrolyte and acid - Base disturbance in general with special emphasis on neurosurgical
and neurological patients including patients with stroke, subarachnoid haemorrhage, patients with
acid-base disturbances. Management of fluid and electrolytes therapy in Diabetes insipidus and
SIADH and various nephrologic disorders.