BACHELOR IN ELECTRO HOMOEOPATHY MEDICINES (B.E.H.M
      JRD Global EDU

      BACHELOR IN ELECTRO HOMOEOPATHY MEDICINES program

      JRD Global EDU
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      Typology Bachelor
      Methodology Online
      Duration 3 Years
      Start Different dates available
      Online campus Yes
      • Bachelor
      • Online
      • Duration:
        3 Years
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      • Online campus
      Description

      Electrohomoeopathy (or Mattei cancer cure) is a derivative of homeopathy invented in the 19th century by Count Cesare Mattei. The name is derived from a combination of electro (referring to an electric bio-energy content supposedly extracted from plants and of therapeutic value, rather than electricity in its conventional sense) and homeopathy (referring to an alternative medicinal philosophy developed by Samuel Hahnemann in the 18th century). Electrohomeopathy has been defined as the combination of electrical devices and homeopathy.[1]

      Lucrative for its inventor and popular in the late nineteenth century, electrohomoeopathy has been described as "utter idiocy". Like all homeopathy, it is regarded by the medical and scientific communities as pseudoscience and its practice as quackery.

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      What you'll learn on the course

      Physical
      Microscopic
      Chemical and serological test
      Blood grouping) and its medicolegal aspects
      Saliva
      Vaginal fluid
      Faecal and urinary stain
      Examination of skin
      Homeopathy
      Pathophysiology
      Forensic Medicine

      Teachers and trainers (1)

      SNEHA SHARMA
      SNEHA SHARMA
      COUNSELOR

      Course programme

      A – FORENSIC MEDICNE


      1. FORENSIC PATHOLOGY
      Definition of Forensic Medicine, State Medicine, Legal Medicine and Medical Jurisprudence.
      History of Forensic Medicine.
      1. Criminal procedure code, Criminal cases, Civil cases, Definition of Inquest , Different types of
      inquest procedures police inquest, magistrate’s inquest. Cognizable and non cognizable offences,
      Different types of courts in India and their powers – Supreme court, High Court, Session Court,
      Magistrate’s court. Court procedures: Summons,oath, affirmation,conduct money, types of
      witnesses, types of examination in court. Examination in chief, Cross examination, Re- examination,
      court questions, Evidence – Oral, Documentary, Medical evidence, Medical Certificate, Dying
      dcelaration, Dying deposition, Conduct of a doctor in witness box and Examination of dead body at
      the scene of crime.
      2. Definition of death, Types of death-Somatic/Clinical/Cellular, Molecular and Brain death including
      cortical death and Brainstem death, Natural and Unnatural death, Suspended animation Moment of
      death, Modes of death – Coma, Syncope and Asphyxia, Presumption of death and Survivorship and
      Sudden death.
      3. Description of signs of death. Post-mortem changes after death –cooling of dead body, postmortem
      lividity, rigor mortis, cadaveric spasm, heat and cold stiffening, putrefaction, mummification, adipocere formation maceration and preservation of dead bodies.
      4. Estimation of time since death on postmortem examination.
      5. Examination of mutilated bodies or fragments, bundle of bones and exhumation.
      6. Definition of postmortem examination, Different types of autopsies, aims and objectives of
      postmortem examination, Legal requirements to conduct postmortem examination, Procedure to
      conduct medicolegal postmortem examination, obscure autopsy, examination of clothing, preservation of viscera on postmortem examination for chemical analysis and other medicolegal purposes, postmortem artefacts.
      7. Definition and classification of asphyxia, medico-legal interpretation of postmortem findings in
      asphyxial deaths.
      8. Definition and types of hanging and strangulation. Description of clinical findings, causes of death,
      postmortem findings and medico-legal aspects of death due to hanging and strangulation. Examination and despatch of ligature material.
      9. Definition, pathophysiology, clinical features, postmortem findings and medicolegal aspects of
      traumatic asphyxia, obstruction of nose & mouth, suffocation, sexual asphyxia.
      10. Definition, types, pathophysiology, clinical features, postmortem findings and medicolegal aspects of drowning, diatom test, Gettler test.
      11. Clinical features, postmortem finding and medico legal aspects of injuries due to physical agentsheat (heat-hyper-pyrexia, heat stroke, sun stroke, Heat exhaustion (Prostration), heat cramps (miner‘s cramp)),cold (hypothermia, Frostbite, trench foot, Immersion foot), lightening,electrocution and radiations.
      12. Clinical features, postmortem findings and medicolegal aspects of death due to starvation and neglect.
      Types of injuries, clinical features, pathophysiology, postmortem findings and medicolegal aspects
      in cases of burns and scalds.
      13. Definition of infanticide, foeticide and stillbirth. Signs of intrauterine death, Signs of live birth,
      viability of foetus, age determination of foetus, demonstration of ossification centres, precipitate
      labour, Haase’s rule, Hydrostatic test, maceration, Sudden infants death syndrome, Munchausen’s
      syndrome by proxy.


      2. CLINICAL FORENSIC MEDICINE

      14. Establishment of identity of living persons – Definition of Corpus Delicti,Race, sex, religion,
      complexion, stature, age determination using morphology, teeth-eruption,decay, bite marks, bonesossification
      centres, medicolegal aspects of age. Foetal age determination, Identification of
      criminals,unknown persons, dead bodies from the remains-hairs,fibers,teeth,anthropometry,
      dactylography, foot prints,scars,tattoos,poroscopy and Superimposition.
      15. Definition and classification of injuries, Various types of injuries. Abrasion, bruise, laceration, stab
      wound, incised wound,chop wound, defence wound, self inflicted/fabricated wounds and their
      medicolegal aspects.
      16. Description of regional injuries to head (Scalp wounds, fracture skull, Intracranial haemorrhages,
      Coup and contrecoup injuries), Neck,Chest,Abdomen,Limbs,Genital organs, Spinal cord and skeleton,
      Vehicular injuries – Primary and Secondary impact, Secondary injuries, crush syndrome, railway
      spine, reconstruction of scene of crime.
      17. Definition of Injuries, Assult and Hurt. IPC pertaining to injuries. Accidental,Suicidal and Homicidal
      Injuries. Types of Injuries – Simple ,Grievous and Dangerous. Different types of weapons, Dangerous
      weapons and their examination. Antemortem and Potmortem Inuries, Medico-legal aspects of injuries.
      Factors influencing, Infliction of Injuries and Healing, Different legal questions, examination and
      certification of wounds, Wound as a cause of death: Primary and Secondary. Dowry death. Workman’s
      Compensation Act.
      18. Firearm injuries. Classification of fire-arms. Structure and components of various firearms,description
      of ammunition propellant charge and mechanism of fire-arms, Various terminology in relation of
      firearm – calibre, range,choking. Description of different types of cartridges and bullets.
      19. Description of wound ballistic, blast injuries and their interpretation. Preservation and despath of
      trace evidences in cases of firearm and blast injuries. Various test related to confirmation of use of
      firearms.
      20. Definition and types of sexual offences, Definition of rape. Section 376 IPC, Examination of the
      victim of an alleged case of rape, Examination of the accused of an alleged case of rape, preparation
      of report and framing the opinion in rape cases, preservation and despatch of trace evidences in
      cases of rape. Adultery, Unnatural Sexual offences Sodomy, Examination of accused and victim,
      preparation of report and framing of opinion, preservation and despath of trace evidences in cases
      of sodomy, incest, lesbianism, buccal coitus, bestiality, indecent assault. Sexual perversions.
      Fetichism, transvestism, voyeurism, sadism necrophagia, masochism, exhibitionism, frotteurism,
      necrophillia.
      21. Definitions of Impotence, Sterility, Frigidity, Sexual Dysfunction, Premature Ejaculation, Causes of
      Impotence and sterility in male and female, Sterilization, Artificial Insemination, Surrogate mother.
      22. Definition of Virginity and defloration, anatomy of male and female genitalia, Hymen and its types,
      Medicolegal importance of hymen, Medicolegal importance of pregnancy, diagnosis of pregnancy,
      Superfoetation, superfecundation, Definition of Legitimacy and its medicolegal importance, Diputed
      paternity and maternity, Medicolegal aspects of delievery, Signs of delievery, Signs of recent and
      remote delievery in living and dead.
      23. Definition, Classification and complication of abortion, MTP act 1971, Methods of procuring criminal
      abortion, Evidences of abortion-Living and Dead,Duties of doctor in cases of abortion.
      24. Battered baby syndrome.


      3. MEDICAL JURISPRUNDENCE

      25. Laws inrelation to medical practice, duties of medical practitioner towards the patients and society. Rights priviliges of medical practitioner, penal erasure, infamous conduct, disciplinary committee, warning notice & euthanasia.
      26. Code of medical ethics, unethical practices, dichotomy, consumer protection act , Prenatal diagnostic techniques act, Human organ transplantation act, ESI act, medicolegal issues in relation to family violence, Violation of human rights, NHRC and doctors, Doctors and media, ethics related to HIVpatients.
      27. Malpractice- Civil, Criminal and ethical
      28. Consent, kinds of consent, informed consent, negligence, vicarious liability, the doctrine of res Ipsa Loquitor, Contributory Negligence, Therapeutic Privilige, Rules of Consent, Malingering, Therapeutic Misadventure, corporate negligence, Professional negligence, Professional Secrecy, Human Experimentation, IPC related to medical Practice, Products liability, Medical Indemnity Insurance,Medical records.


      4. FORENSIC PSYCHIATRY

      29. Definition, Various types of mental disorder, Lucid interval, Classification of mental disorder, mental
      subnormality, Diagnosis of Insanity and Feigned insanity, Restraint, admission and discharge of
      Insane in accordance to Mental Health act 1994, Mental disorder and responsibility-Civil and Criminal
      responsibility, Testamentary Capacity, Mc Naughten‘s rule.


      5. FORENSIC SCIENCES

      30. Definition of DNAfingerprinting,Techniques of DNA Fingerprinting, Application of DNA profiling
      in forensic Medicine, HLA typing.
      31. Locard’s exchange principle, Examination, preservation, despatch and identification of blood, Seminal stains (Physical,microscopic,chemical and serological test, blood grouping) and its medicolegal aspects, Saliva, vaginal fluid, faecal and urinary stain, examination of skin, nail tooth pulp and other body fluids group specific substances, hazards of blood transfusion.