1. Human Anatomy and Physiology
Various organ systems and cellular components in relation to Anaesthesia including
muscles, neuromuscular junction, nerve plexuses, cardiovascular, respiratory,
neurological, hepatobiliary, renal, endocrine and temperature homeostasis, theories of
mechanism of production of anaesthesia, changes during pregnancy, various
tests/investigations to evaluate the functional status of organ systems as applied to
Anaesthesia Management, Intensive Care Practice and Pain Relief.
As applied to Anaesthesia, Intensive Care Practice and Pain Relief including General
Pharmacological Principles, Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics of Anaesthetic
Drugs (including Uptake and Distribution of Inhaled Anaesthesia agents and All the
Adjuncts used in Anaesthesia, Drugs used for treatment of various Diseases and Drug
3. Pathophysiology of various diseases
Including disorders of cardiovascular, respiratory, neurological, hepatobiliary, renal,
endocrine and immune systems, various tests/investigations to grade/measure the
disease process of various organ systems as applied to anaesthesia management,
intensive care practice and pain relief.