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A compilation of curriculum based e-learning sessions covering the complete BHMS syllabus. Also includes a case repository Pioneering Innovations in Medical, Dental, Ayush & Allied Health Education

Course Code 1_617
Category Undergraduate
Duration 1294 hours 39 mins
Language English

Sample Lecture





What is MediSys UGHomoeo About?

Lectures and case discussions that are supported by illustrations, ppts, animations etc.

Easy to use periodically updated. Made available on a tablet or a laptop.

For Students Swift revisions, remedial learning, stronger conceptual understanding improved practical / clinical capability.

For Faculty Supplementary / complementary education to support / strengthen class room teaching.

For Institutions Tool that makes it easier for faculty to teach better & faster. An important new way of communication/engagement with students, a window to college website for circulars, notifications and surveys etc.


Product Features

Students can Bookmark important topics for quick reference at the time of examinations.

Every lesson is annotated with synchronized learning resources such as slides, illustrations,
2D & 3D animations.

Easy Navigation allows you to pause/play, rewind/forward skip/review & bookmark
anywhere in the lesson.

Seekbar allows you to jump to any point within the lesson.


From Central Council of Homoeopathy 54th Minutes of the Meeting held on 11th August, 2015 at New Delhi. “The Central Council, with a reference to MediSys, decided that the Modular Lessons made by the Company in respect of various subjects like Anatomy, Physiology including Biochemistry, Pathology, Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, Gynaecology & Obstetrics, Surgery, Practice of Medicine & Community Medicine will be taken as a supplement to the Course and Curriculum prescribed for BHMS Degree Course by the Central Council of Homoeopathy, which may be of great help to the students and teachers in effective utilization of time in covering the syllabus.”


Homoeo Lecture Notes / Reference Books

  1. Homoeopathic Pharmacy
  2. Organon of Medicine & Homoeopathic Philosophy
  3. Materia Medica
  4. Repertory


1. Anatomy
a. General Anatomy
b. Gross Anatomy
- Upper Limb
- Lower Limb
- Head & Neck
- Thorax
- Abdomen
- Pelvis
c. Neuroanatomy
d. Histology
e. Genetics
f. Embryology
2. Physiology
a. General Physiology - Muscle & Nerve
b. Cardiovascular System
c. Renal System
d. Blood
e. Respiratory System
f. Nervous System
g. Special Senses
h. Gastrointestinal System
i. Endocrine System
j. Reproductive System
3. Biochemistry
a. Chemical Basis of Life
b. General Metabolism
c. Intermediary Metabolism
d. Nutrition
e. Environmental Biochemistry
f. Endocrinology
4. Homoeopathic Pharmacy
a. General Concepts & Orientation
b. Raw Material: Drugs & Vehicles
c. Homoeopathic Pharmaceutics
d. Pharmacodynamics
e. Quality Control
f. Legislations Pertaining to Pharmacy
g. Appendix - A
 - Drugs for Study of Pharmacological Action
5. Organon of Medicine with Homoeopathic Philosophy
a. History of Medicine, Homoeopathy
b. Basic Concepts of Health, Disease & Cure
c. The Logic of Homoeopathy
d. Psychology
e. Aphorisms 1 - 28 of Organon of Medicine
f. Homoeopathic Prophylaxis
6. Homoeopathic Materia Medica
a. Definition of Materia Medica
b. Basic Concept of Materia Medica
c. Definition of Homoeopathic Medica
d. Basic Concept & Construction of Homoeopathic Materia Medica
e. Classification of Homoeopathic Materia Medica
f. Scope & Limitations of Homoeopathic Materia Medica
7. UGHomoeo Labs I
a. Anatomy
b. Physiology
c. Biochemistry
1. Pathology
a. General Pathology
b. Laboratory Studies
c. Systemic Pathology
- CVS, Blood & Lymph
- Respiratory System
- Gastrointestinal System
- Excretory System & Male Genital System
- Female Genital System
- Endocrine System, Skin
- Bone, Joint & Soft Tissue Tumors
- Nervous System
2. Microbiology
a. General Bacteriology
b. Systemic Bacteriology
c. Immunology
d. Virology
e. Mycology
f. Parasitology
g. Applied / Clinical Microbiology
3. Forensic Medicine & Toxicology
a. Introduction, Medical Law & Ethics
b. Identification
c. Medico Legal Autopsy, Post-Mortem Changes
d. Thanatology, Death and its Causes
e. Forensic Traumatology
f. Mechanical Asphyxia
g. Sexual Offences, Virginity, Pregnancy & Delivery
h. Forensic Psychiatry
i. Forensic Science laboratory
j. Toxicology
4. Organon of Medicine & Homoeopathic Philosophy
a. Aphorisms 29 -104
b. Homoeopathic Philosophy
c. Stuart Close
d. H.A. Roberts
e. Symptomatology
f. Causation
g. Case Taking
h. Case Processing
5. Materia Medica
a. Philosophy of Homoeopathic Materia Medica
b. Theory of Biochemic System of Medicine
c. Homoeopathic Medicines from Aconitum to Thuja
6. UGHomoeo Labs II
a. Pathology
b. Microbiology
c. Forensic Medicine
1. Organon of Medicine with Homoeopathic Philosophy
a. Hahnemann’s Prefaces & Introduction to Organon of Medicine
b. Aphorisms 105 - 294 of Hahnemann’s Organon of Medicine
c. Chapters of Philosophy Books of JT Kent
d. Stuart Close
e. H.A. Roberts
2. Materia Medica
a. Concepts of Nosodes
b. Concepts of Constitution, Temperaments, Diathesis
c. Concepts of Mother Tincture
d. 78 Homoeopathic Medicines to be Taught in 3rd Year
3. Repertory
a. Repertory: Definitions & Different Technologies in Repertories
b. Scope & Limitations of Repertory
c. Classification of Repertories
d. Kent Repertory
e. Gradation of Remedies by Different Authors
f. Methods, Steps & Techniques of Repertorisation
g. Case Taking & Related Topics
h. Case Processing
4. Practice of Medicine & Homoeopathic Therapeutics
a. Respiratory System
b. Gastro Intestinal Diseases
c. Liver, Biliary Tract & Pancreas
d. Genetics
5. Obstetrics & Gynaecology
a. Anatomy of the Female Genital System
b. Sex & Intersex
c. Gynecological & Obstetric Histology Taking
d. Maternal Adaptations to Pregnancy
e. Diagnosis of Pregnancy, Antenatal Care
f. Labor, Newborn, Puerperium
g. Abnormalities of Pregnancy
h. Amenorrhea, DUB, Postmenopausal Bleeding, HRT
i. Diseases of Female Genital Tract
j. PID, STD’s, Endometriosis & Adenomyosis
k. Birth Control & Medical Termination of Pregnancy
6. Surgery
a. General Surgery
b. Surgical Specialties
c. Surgical Videos in Clinical Medicine
d. GIT
e. Head & Neck
f. Surgical Oncology
g. Genitourinary System
h. Neurosurgery
i. ENT
j. Ophthalmology
k. Orthopedics
1. Organon of Medicine & Homoeopathic Philosophy
a. Evolution of Medical Practice
b. Chapters of Philosophy Books of Stuart Close
c. J.T. Kent
d. H.A. Roberts
e. Richard Hughes
f. C. Dunham
g. Hahnemann’s Theory of Chronic Diseases
h. J.H. Allen Chronic Miasms
2. Materia Medica
a. General Topics of Homoeopathic Materia Medica
b. 121 Medicines Indicated in Appendix III
3. Repertory
a. Boenninghausen’s Therapeutic Pocket Book
b. Boger - Boenninghausen’s Characteristic Repertories
c. Detailed Study of Mind Rubrics of Kent Repertory
d. Comparative Study of Different Repertories
e. Gentry Concordance Repertory
f. Knerr - Concordance Repertory
g. William Boericke - Plan & Construction, Adaptability and its Scope & Limitations
h. An Introduction to Modern Repertories
i. Role of Computers in Repertorisation with Different Softwares
4. Practice of Medicine & Homoeopathic Therapeutics
a. Nutrition & Metabolism
b. Hematopoietic System
c. Endocrinology
d. Infectious Diseases
e. Cardiovascular System
f. Genitourinary Tract
g. Central Nervous System
h. Psychiatry
i. Locomotor System
j. Skin & STD’s
k. Tropical Disease
l. Paediatrics
m. Geriatrics
5. Community Medicine
a. History of Medicine
b. Concepts of Health & Disease, Screening for Disease
c. Environment & Health
d. Healthcare of the Community
e. Mental Health & Occupational Health
f. National Health Programmes, International Health
g. Principles & Applications of Epidemiology
h. Social Sciences & Health
i. Biostatistic
Homoeo Lecture Notes / Reference Books
1.  Homoeopathic Pharmacy
2. Organon of Medicine & Homoeopathic Philosophy
3.  Materia Medica
4. Repertory
Homoeo Expert Lectures & Case Studies

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