DIPLOMA IN MAGNETIC HEALING SCIENCE (D.M.H.S.) IN U.A.E DUBAI ABU DHABI

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  • Diploma
  • Online
  • Duration:
    3 Years
  • Online campus
Description

Magnet therapy, magnetic therapy, or magnotherapy is a pseudoscientific alternative medicine practice involving the use of static magnetic fields. Practitioners claim that subjecting certain parts of the body to magnetostatic fields produced by permanent magnets has beneficial health effects. These physical and biological claims are unproven and no effects on health or healing have been established.[1][2][3][4] Although hemoglobin, the blood protein that carries oxygen, is weakly diamagnetic (when oxygenated) or paramagnetic (when deoxygenated) the magnets used in magnetic therapy are many orders of magnitude too weak to have any measurable effect on blood flow.[5]

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What you'll learn on the course

Dyspnoea
Functional Anatomy
Pulmonary tuberculosis

Teachers and trainers (1)

SNEHA SHARMA
SNEHA SHARMA
COUNSELOR

Course programme

COURSE CONTENT
General
⇒The ‘art’ and ‘science’ of Medicine
⇒Principles of medical ethics
⇒Clinical diagnostic reasoning
⇒Principles of prevention of disease
⇒Clinical genetics - common types, clinical presentation, investigation and prevention of genetic
diseases and genetic counseling
⇒Medical disorders during pregnancy
⇒Principles of Geriatric Medicine
→Normal ageing
→Clinical assessment of frail elderly,
→Decisions about investigations and rehabilitation
→Major manifestations of disease in elderly
⇒Care of terminally ill/dying patient

Nutritional and metabolic disorders
⇒Nutritional assessment & needs
⇒Nutritional & metabolic disorders
→Protein energy malnutrition
→Obesity
⇒Vitamin and mineral deficiency & excess
⇒Diet therapy including parenteral nutrition therapy

Water, electrolyte and acid-base imbalance
⇒Water and electrolyte physiology
⇒Acid-base disorders
⇒Fluid and electrolyte disturbances

Critical care Medicine
⇒Physiology of the critically ill patient
⇒Major manifestations of critical illness
→Circulatory failure: shock
→Respiratory failure
→Renal failure
→Coma
→Sepsis
→Disseminated intravascular coagulation
⇒General principles of critical care management
⇒Scoring systems in critical care
⇒Outcome and costs of intensive care

Pain management and palliative care
⇒General principles of pain
⇒Assessment and treatment of pain
⇒Palliative care

Medical Psychiatry
⇒Classification of psychiatric disorders
⇒Aetiological factors in psychiatric disorders
⇒The clinical interview and mental state examination
⇒Major manifestations of psychiatric illness
→Disturbed and aggressive behavior
→Delusions and hallucinations
→Depressive Symptoms
→Anxiety symptoms
→Deliberate self-harm and suicidal ideation
→Alcohol misuse and withdrawal
→Misuse of drugs other than alcohol
→Medically unexplained physical symptoms and functional somatic syndromes
→Psychiatric and psychological aspects of chronic and progressive disease
⇒Clinical syndromes
→Organic brain syndromes
→Substance abuse
- Alcohol
- Drugs
→Bipolar disorders
→Depressive disorders
→Schizophrenia
⇒Treatments used in psychiatry
→Psychological treatments
→Physical treatments
⇒Neurotic, stress-related and somatoform disorders
→Anxiety
→Obsessive compulsive disorders
→Dissociative disorders
⇒Sleep disorders
⇒Legal aspects of psychiatry

Poisonings
⇒General approach to the poisoned patient
⇒Poisoning by specific pharmaceutical agents
⇒Drugs of misuse
⇒Chemicals and pesticides
⇒Snake bite and Envenomation
⇒Other bites and stings - scorpion, spider

Specific environmental and occupational hazards
⇒Heatstroke and hypothermia
⇒Drowning and near drowning
⇒Electrical injuries
⇒Radiation injury
⇒Heavy metal poisoning

Immune response and Infections
⇒Basic considerations
→Patterns of infection
→Laboratory diagnosis of infections
→Principles of immunization and vaccine use
⇒Clinical syndromes
→The febrile patient
→Fever and rash
→Fever of unknown origin
→Infective endocarditis
→Intra-abdominal infections and abscesses
→Acute infectious diarrhoeal diseases and food poisoning
→Sexually transmitted diseases - overview & clinical approach
→Infections of skin, muscle & soft tissues
→Osteomyelitis
→Hospital acquired infections
→Infections in immuno-compromised hosts

Specific Infections - Epidemiology, clinical features, laboratory diagnosis, treatment
and prevention of :

⇒Protozoal infections
→Amobiasis
→Malaria
→Leishmaniasis
→Toxoplasmosis
→Giardiasis
→Trichomoniasis
→Trypanosomiasis
⇒Bacterial infections
→Streptococcal infections
→Pneumococcal infections
→Staphylococcal infections
→Meningococcal infections
→Gonococcal infections
→Legionella infections
→Pertussis and Diphtheria
→Tetanus
→Botulism
→Gas gangrene, other clostridial infections
→Cholera
→Salmonellosis - Typhoid and paratyphoid fevers
→Shigellosis and bacillary dysentery
→Brucellosis
→Plague
→Donovanosis (Granuloma inguinale)
→Helicobacter Pylori
→Infections due to pseudomonas & other gram - negative bacteria
→Anaerobic infections
⇒Mycobacterial diseases
→Tuberculosis
→Leprosy
⇒Viral infections
→Common exanthemata
- Measles
- Mumps
- Rubella
- Varicella
→Common viral respiratory infections
→Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)
→Viral gastroenteritis
→Dengue fever
→Rabies
⇒Rickettsia, Mycoplasma & Chlamydial diseases
⇒Fungal infections
→Candidiasis
→Aspergillosis
→Histoplasmosis
→Cryptococcosis
→Mucormycosis
→Pneumocystis carinii
⇒Helminthic infections
→Nematodes
- Tissue
- Intestinal
→Cestodes
- Tissue
- Intestinal

System-Based diseases

Cardiovascular system
⇒Clinical examination of the cardiovascular system
⇒Functional anatomy, physiology and investigations
⇒Major manifestations of cardiovascular disease
→Chest pain
→Breathlessness
→Palpitation
→Acute circulatory failure (cardiogenic shock)
→Heart failure
→Hypertension
→Presyncope and syncope
→Cardiac arrest and sudden cardiac death
→Abnormal heart sounds and murmurs
→Atrial fibrillation
⇒Disorders of heart rate, rhythm and conduction
⇒Congestive cardiac failure
⇒Rheumatic fever
⇒Valvular heart disease
⇒Ischaemic heart disease
⇒Congenital heart disease in the adult
⇒Cor pulmonale
⇒Hypertension
⇒Peripheral vascular disease
⇒Atherosclerosis
⇒Pericardial disease
⇒Myocarditis and cardiomyopathy

Respiratory system
⇒Clinical examination of the respiratory system
⇒Functional anatomy, physiology and investigations
⇒Major manifestations of lung disease
→Cough
→Dyspnoea
→Chest pain
→Haemoptysis
→The solitary radiographic pulmonary lesion
→Respiratory failure
⇒Upper and lower respiratory infections
⇒Bronchial asthma
⇒Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
⇒Pulmonary tuberculosis
⇒Suppurative lung diseases
→Bronchiectasis
→Lung abscess
→Plural effusion and empyema
⇒Interstitial and infiltrative lung diseases
⇒Occupational lung diseases
⇒Tumors of the bronchus and lung
⇒Pulmonary vascular diseases
- Pulmonary hypertension
- Pulmonary thromboembolism
⇒Acute respiratory distress syndrome
⇒Obstructive sleep apnoea
⇒Diseases of the nasopharynx, larynx and trachea
⇒Diseases of the mediastinum, diaphragm and chest wall

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