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Year Two MBBS Overview

Manipal MedAce helps students build on their foundational understanding of medicine and enhances learnability through interactive learning aids. The immersive clinical case-based learning content helps second-year MBBS students grasp how Basic Sciences can be applied to patient and disease management. The platform’s comprehensive learning content is designed for students to personalize coursework, revisions, and assessments according to their requirements making learning with Manipal MedAce holistic and impactful.

Year Two MBBS Overview

Manipal MedAce helps students build on their foundational understanding of medicine and enhances learnability through interactive learning aids. The immersive clinical case-based learning content helps second-year MBBS students grasp how Basic Sciences can be applied to patient and disease management. The platform’s comprehensive learning content is designed for students to personalize coursework, revisions, and assessments according to their requirements making learning with Manipal MedAce holistic and impactful.

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Year Two MBBS

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PATHOLOGY

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  • General Pathology
  • Systemic Pathology
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Forensic Medicine and Toxicology

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  • Forensic Medicine
  • Toxicology
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Pharmacology

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  • Respiratory System Drugs
  • Cardiovascular Drugs
  • And so on....

MICROBIOLOGY

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  • General Microbiology
  • Immunolgy
  • And so on....

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Pathology

CHAPTER 1 General pathology

1.1 –  The cell as a unit of Health and Disease
1.2 – Cellular responses to Stress and Toxic insults
1.3 – Inflammtion and Repair
1.4 – Hemodynamic disorders, Thromboembolic disease and Shock
1.5 – Genetic disorders
1.6 – Diseases of the immne system
1.7 – Neoplasia
1.8 – Infectious diseases
1.9 – Environmental and Nutritional diseases
1.10 –Diseases of Infancy and Childhood 

CHAPTER 2 Systemic pathology

2.1 –  Blood vessels
2.2 – The heart
2.3 – Diseases of white blood cells, lymph nodes, spleen and thymus
2.4 – Red blood cell and Bleeding disorders 
2.5 – The lung
2.6 – Head and Neck
2.7 – Gastrointestinal tract
2.8 – Liver and Gall bladder
2.9 – Pancreas
2.10- Kidney
2.11 – Lower urinary tract and Male genital system
2.12 – Female genital tract
2.13 – Breast
2.14 – Endocrine system
2.15 – Skin
2.16 – Bones, Joints and Soft tissue tumors
2.17 – Peripheral nerve and Skeletal muscles
2.18 – Central nervous system
2.19 – Eye

PY2: FORENSIC MEDICINE AND TOXICOLOGY

CHAPTER 1 Forensic medicine

1.1 – Introduction
1.2 – Medical Law and Ethics
1.3 – Identification
1.4 – Medicolegal Autopsy
1.5 – Death and its Cause
1.6 – Postmortem changes
1.7 – Mechanical injuries
1.8 – Regional injuries
1.9 – Medicolegal aspects of Wounds 
1.10 – Wounds
1.11 – Thermal deaths
1.12 – Starvation
1.13 – Mechanical asphyxia
1.14 – Anaesthetic and operative deaths
1.15 – Impotence and sterility
1.16 – Virginity, pregnancy and delivery
1.17 – Abortion
1.18 – Sexual offences
1.19 – Infant deaths
1.20 – Blood stains
1.21 – Artefacts
1.22 – Forensic science laboratory
1.23 – Forensic psychiatry

CHAPTER 2 Toxicology

2.1 –  Introduction
2.2 – Agricultural poisons
2.3 – Corrosive poisons
2.4 – Metallic poisons
2.5 – Inorganic poisons
2.6 – Organic poisons
2.7 – Cardiovascular poisons
2.8 – Neurotoxic poisons
2.9 – Psychotropic drugs
2.10 -Deliriant poisons
2.11 – Drug dependence and 2.12 – Abuse
2.13 – Asphyxiants
2.14 – Miscellaneous poisons and drugs
2.15 – Food Poisoning
2.16 – Substance abuse

Pharmacology

CHAPTER 1 General pharmacological principles

1.1 – Definition, Routes of drug administration
1.2 – Pharmacokinetics
1.3 – Pharmacodynamics
1.4 – Adverse drug effects

CHAPTER 2 Drugs acting on autonomic nervous system

2.1 –  ANS: general considerations
2.2 – Cholinergic system and Anti-cholinergic drugs  
2.3 – Drugs acting on Autonomic ganglia 
2.4 – Adrenergic system and drugs
2.5 – Antiadrenergic drugs

CHAPTER 3 Autacoids and related drugs

3.1 – Histamines and Antihistamines
3.2 – 5-hydroxytryptamine, its antagonists and Drug therapy of migraine 
3.3 – Prostaglandins, Leukotrienes and Platelet activating factor 
3.4 – Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and Antipyretic analgesics 

CHAPTER 4 Respiratory system drugs

4.1 – Drugs for cough and Bronchial asthma 

CHAPTER 5 Hormones and related drugs

5.1 – Anterior pituitary hormones 
5.2 – Thyroid hormone and Thyroid inhibitors 
5.3 – Insulin, Oral hypoglycaemic drugs and glucagon 
5.4 – Corticosteroids 
5.5 – Gonadal hormones and Antagonists 
5.6 – Oxytocin and Drugs acting on uterus 
5.7 – Drugs affecting calcium balance 

CHAPTER 6 drugs acting on pherioheral nervous system

6.1 – Skeletal muscle relaxants 
6.2 – Local anaesthetics 

CHAPTER 7 drugs acting on central nervous system

7.1 – General anaesthetics
7.2 – Ethyl and Methyl alcohols
7.3 – Sedative hypnotics
7.4 – Antiepileptic drugs
7.5 – Antiparkinsonian drugs 
7.6 – Drugs used in mental illness: Antipsychotic and Antianxiety drugs
7.7 – Drugs used in mental illness: Antidepressant and Antimanic drugs
7.8 – Opioid analgesics and Antagonists
7.9 – CNS stimulants and Cognition enhancers

CHAPTER 8 Cardiovascular drugs

8.1 – Drugs affecting renin- angiotensin system and Plasma kinetics
8.2 – Cardiac glycosides and Drugs for CHF 
8.3 – Antiarrhytmic drugs
8.4 – Antianginal and other Antiischaemic drugs
8.5 – Antihypertensive drugs

CHAPTER 9 Drugs acting on kidney

9.1 –  Diuretics 
9.2 – Antidiuretics

CHAPTER 10 Drugs affecting blood and blood formation

10.1 – Haematinics and Erythropoietin
10.2 – Drugs affecting coagulation , bleeding, and thrombosis
10.3 – Hypolipidemic drugs and Plasma expanders

CHAPTER 11 gastrointestinal drugs

11.1 – Drugs for peptide ulcer
11.2 – Emetics, antiemetics and other Gastrointestinal drugs
11.3 – Drugs for constipation and Diarrhoea

CHAPTER 12 antimicrobial drugs

12.1 –  Antimicrobial drugs
12.2 – Sulfonamides, Cotrimoxazole and Quinoles
12.3 – Beta lactam antibiotics
12.4 – Tetracyclines and Chloramphenicol
12.5 – Aminoglycoside antibiotics 
12.6 – Macrolide and Antibacterial antibiotics of urinary tract infection
12.7 – Antitubercular Drugs
12.8 – Antileprotic drugs
12.9 – Antifungal drugs
12.10 -Antiviral drugs
12.11 – Antimalarial drugs
12.12 –Anti-amoebiand other Antiprotozoal drugs
12.13 -Antihelmintics

CHAPTER 13 chemotherapy of neoplastic diseases

13.1 – Anticancer drugs

CHAPTER 14 miscellaneous drugs

14.1 – Immunosuppresants, gene therapy
14.2 – Drugs acting on skin and Mucous  membrane
14.3 – Antiseptics, Disinfectants  and Ectoparasiticides
14.4 – Chelating agents
14.5 – Vitamins
14.6 – Vaccines and Sera

MICRO BIOLOGY

CHAPTER 1 General microbiology

1.1 – Introduction and bacterial taxonomy
1.2 – Morphology and physiology of bacteria
1.3 – Sterilization and disinfection
1.4 – Culture media and culture methods
1.5 – Identification of bacteria
1.6 – Bacterial genetics
1.7 – Antimicrobial agents, antimicrobial resistance, antimicrobial susceptibilty testing
1.8 – Mirobial pathogenicity

CHAPTER 2 Immunology

2.1 – Immunity
2.1 – Antigen
2.3 – Antibody
2.4 – Antigen-antibody reaction
2.5 – Complement
2.6 – Structure of immune system
2.7 – Immune response
2.8 – Hypersensitivity
2.9 – Autoimmunity
2.10 – Immunodeficiency disorders
2.11 – Transplant and cancer immunology
2.12 –  Immunoprophylaxis  and immunohematology

CHAPTER 3 Systemic bacteriology

3.1 – Gram positive cocci
3.2 – Gram negative cocci
3.3 – Gram positive bacilli
3.4 – Gram negative bacilli
3.5 – Other group of bacteria

CHAPTER 4 Virology

4.1 – General properties of Viruses
4.2 – DNA viruses
4.3 – RNA viruses
4.4 – Other groups of virus

CHAPTER 5 Mycology

5.1 – Medical mycology

CHAPTER 6 Hospital infection control

6.1 – Hospital acquired infection
6.2 – Major hospital acquired infection types
6.3 – Biomedical Waste management
6.4 – Needle stick injury prevention and management
6.5 – Antimicrobial stewardship
6.6 – Environmental surveillance

CHAPTER 7 Clinical Microbiology

7.1 – Normal microbial flora of human body
7.2 – Urinary tract infection
7.3 – Diarrheal diseases
7.4 – Meningitis
7.5 – Blood stream infections
7.6 – Respiratory tract infections
7.7 – Miscellaneous infectious syndrome