DUVASU Orientation

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Introduction to Clinical Subjects – An overview to Freshers : 

Introduction to Clinical Subjects – An overview to Freshers Dr. R. P. Pandey, Associate Professor, Department of Surgery, DUVASU, Mathura

Welcome : 

Welcome

Components of Veterinary Science : 

Components of Veterinary Science Breeding Feeding Management Disease control

Subjects classified : 

Subjects classified Basic and non clinical subjects: Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry, Genetics, Nutrition, LPM, LPT Para-clinical subjects: Microbiology, Pathology, Pharmacology, Parasitology, Epidemiology, VPH Clinical subjects: Medicine, Surgery & Radiology, Obstetrics & Gynaecology

Clinical subjects: : 

Clinical subjects: Are tools to deliver the services for alleviation of sufferings of the livestock arising due to diseases and other clinical conditions. Are mainly concerned with disease diagnosis and medicinal, manipulative or surgical treatment of diseases of animals. Are the reflection of one’s knowledge gained during his academic career as they enable him or her to serve the society as a Vet. Are the tools to provide Lab-to-Land services.

Veterinary Surgery & Radiology : 

Veterinary Surgery & Radiology This subject is mainly concerned with diagnosis and treatment of diseases by manipulative or operative means. Anaesthesia, General Surgery, Regional Surgery, Surgery of locomotor system, and diagnostic imaging are main components of this subject. Total five UG Courses are spread over three semesters (7th, 8th and 9th Sem) 7th Sem. courses are taught in the Department of Surgery. 8th and 9th Sem. Courses are taught in the Experiential Learning Center and Kothari Veterinary Hospital where practical clinical training is also done by the teachers of the clinical departments.

Surgery Department : 

Surgery Department

Clinical Veterinary Medicine and Jurisprudence : 

Clinical Veterinary Medicine and Jurisprudence Department of clinical medicine teaches the courses of General and Systemic Medicine and Ethics and Jurisprudence. The courses are spread over two semesters, namely 8th and 9th Sem. The courses taught in this subject cover various aspects of disease diagnosis and treatment of mainly canine, feline, small and large ruminants, and equine animals. The legal aspect of practice of medicine is taught in the jurisprudence course.

Department of Medicine : 

Department of Medicine

Animal reproduction, Gynecology & Obstetrics : 

Animal reproduction, Gynecology & Obstetrics The courses taught by this department are spread over two semesters namely 8th and 9th. The courses cover diagnosis and treatment of female and male reproductive disorders of farm and companion animals. The students are taught practical aspects of parturition management and obstetrics and gynecological surgery and andrology.

Department of Gynae. & Obst. : 

Department of Gynae. & Obst.

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ANATOMY, PHYSIOLOGY, BIOCHEMISTRY MICROBIOLOGY, PARASITOLOGY, EPIDEMIOLOGY, PREVENTIVE MEDICINE SURGERY, CLINICAL MEDICINE, GYNECOLOGY & OBSTETRICS Through clinical services we get an opportunity to directly serve the society. Nutrition, LPM Genetics, LPT

Opportunities v/s Challenges : 

Opportunities v/s Challenges Domestication of companion animals is on the rise in cities and a good veterinary clinician is in always in need. Newer challenges are emerging in farm animal and pet care. Farm animals – economically important. Companion animals – emotional value almost like a family member.

The University Veterinary Clinic : 

The University Veterinary Clinic Is one of the oldest in the country. In the year 1949 established with the help of funds donated by Late Sri Narsingh Das Kothari. Named after him ‘Kothri Veterinary Hospital’ Is currently acting as ‘Teaching Veterinary Clinical Complex’ for BVSc & AH students. The activities at the hospital are run by collaborative efforts of the clinical departments. Is one of the best equipped veterinary clinics in the country.

Teaching & Training Facilities at the University Veterinary Clinics : 

Teaching & Training Facilities at the University Veterinary Clinics A well equipped computer assisted teaching room. A busy OPD A well equipped clinical diagnostic lab Orthopedic surgery OT equipped with 9” image intensifier Diagnostic radiology equipped with mobile and fixed x-ray machines Ultrasonography

The Facilities : 

The Facilities Ophthalmology Endoscopy, arthroscopy, oto-rhinoscopy Large animal operation room Large animal orthopedics Indoor facility Small animal emergency Large animal emergency Infertility treatment Assisted Parturition with manipulative and surgical assistance. Facilities for monitoring of the patient. Ambulatory clinical facility and mobile diagostic unit.

Some scenes from your future workstation……. : 

Some scenes from your future workstation…….

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Clinic in action… : 

Clinic in action…

More activity…. : 

More activity….

And more…..(infusion) : 

And more…..(infusion)

And more….(intestinal obstruction) : 

And more….(intestinal obstruction)

And more…(imaging) : 

And more…(imaging)

And more….(cystoscopy) : 

And more….(cystoscopy)

And more… (eye trauma) : 

And more… (eye trauma)

And more….(eye trauma) : 

And more….(eye trauma)

And more…(episiotomy) : 

And more…(episiotomy)

A clinician is always a student with : 

A clinician is always a student with Self control, Courage, Compassion, Integrity of character, Keen intelligence, Retentive memory Insight, Acuteness of perception and Purity of mind and body. (Susruta Samhita)

How to proceed: : 

How to proceed: Fix a target for yourself. Leave no stone unturned to achieve the target. Maintain clarity of vision. Time to time evaluate yourself. Make yourself accountable to you and the society. And do not forget, even for a moment that excellence in clinic can only be attained if the foundation is strong. Hence, you should have a good understanding of all the basic, non-clinical and para-clinical subjects. Only then you get a right to practice medicine in clinics.

Clinical sincerity : 

Clinical sincerity The attitude is important - The difference between a quack, lexicographic meaning of the word is ‘a person who fraudulently misrepresents his ability to diagnose and treat a disease’, and a qualified doctor lies in their approach to the problem. Adopting an alchemist’s approach and setting short term tactical goal is not very helpful in becoming a good clinician. There is no scope of shortcuts and compromises. You can reach the top only if you follow the staircase, there is no escalator to the apex.

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Good Luck

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