Blood transfusion is generally the process of receiving blood or blood products into one's circulation intravenously. Transfusions are used for various medical conditions to replace lost components of the blood. Early transfusions used whole blood, but modern medical practice commonly uses only components of the blood, such as red blood cells, white blood cells, plasma, clotting factors, and platelets.
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- Blood Banking
- Blood grouping) and its medicolegal aspects
- Transfusion Medicine
- Blood transfusion
- Management of Risk
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1. Introduction to the subject - Anatomical position, common planes & Anatomical terms. -Different branches of Anatomy. 2. Histology -Typical animal cell (Structure & Function) -4 primary tissues (Classification & function) 3. Skeletal System - Axial and appendicular bones -Joints &movements 4. Skin, Fascia and Muscles & Tendons 5. Circulatory System –Heart, Blood Vessels, Lymphatic & R.E.System -Spleen, Thymus & Tonsils 6. Respiratory System- Nose, Pharynx, Larynx, Trachea, Bronchi Lungs and Pleura 7. Digestive System- Alimentary canal (different parts)-Liver, Gall Bladder, Pancreases Peritoneum 8. Urogenital System- Different parts of urinary system -Different parts of Male & Female genital -System (Internal & External Genitalia) 9. Special Senses& General Sensibilities- Eye & Vision-Ears, Hearing & Equilibrium, -Taste & 01 factory sensations, General Sensibilities like touch, pain, temperature. 10. Central & Peripheral nervous system- Brain & Spinal Cord.- Cranial & Spinal Nervous.- Autonomic Nervous System. 11. Regional Anatomy (Only Demonstration)– Extremities, Head & Neck, Thorax,Abd. & Pelvis, Surface Anatomy, Important Blood Vessels, Important Nerve, Important Muscles for Injection1- Blood- Composition and general function of blood.Description of blood cells - normal counts & function.Steps of congratulation, Anticoagulants.Cerebrospinal Fluid, Formation, Composition & Function. Importance of blood groups composition & function of lymph. 2- Reparatory System -Name of structures involved in respirations and their function. External and internal respiration. How inspiration, expiration are brought about Transport of O2 and CO2 in the blood. Definition of respiratory rate, Tidal volume, vital capacity, Hypoxia. 3- Excretory System-Functions of Kidney, Nephron - Functions of Glomerulus and tubules, compositions of Urine, normal& abnormal. Skin- Function of Skin. 4- Digestive System-Composition and functions of saliva, mastication and deglutition. Functions of stomach, composition of gastric juice. Pancreatic Juice, Bile and Digestion of food by different Enzymes,