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  1. 1. JINDAL MEDI SURGE CHARTS/MODELS --CATALOGUE/PRICE We here by certify that we are Exporteres & Distributors of Charts on Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry, Pharmacology, Video tapes on Nursing, Human Skeleton Material and Models on Anatomy, Embryology, Forensic Medicine, P.S.M., Skin Diseases, OBS. & Gynaecology, Physiology, Pharmacology and other Allied Subjects. We are proud to Offer this Classic collection of CHARTS which have played an important role in Medical Education. These CHARTS are designed to function as reference material to help you increase your knowledge about Human Anatomy, Physiology, Genetics, Forensic Medicine, Pharmacology, Various Diseases,Preventive & Social Medicine, Its Principles and important Pathological conditions . Medical Terminology and undated supporting text are printed directly on each chart so you never have to refer to a separate “KEY CARD” or “MANUAL”. Lithographed in Authentic Colours on High Quality Coated Paper. Fully HEAT LAMINATED done on Imported laminating machine from U.S.
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  5. 5. -. /.- 0 . /-. /.- 0 . /-. /.- 0 . /-. /.- 0 . / //////// 0 .0 .0 .0 . 0.0.0.0. 1111 2 &2 &2 &2 & 1 3. 45 6 01 3. 45 6 01 3. 45 6 01 3. 45 6 0 7.7.7.7. 0 .0 .0 .0 . Poster Size 20” 26” Poster size20” 26” thick laminated with thick laminated and metal rim on top and fixed to a rugged bottom with a loop board with provision for wall hanging. for wall hanging. 6 0 41 1 4386 0 41 1 4386 0 41 1 4386 0 41 1 438 1.The Muscular System…………………………20” 26” 20.00 35.00 2. The female muscular System. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 3.The Skeletal Systems………………………….20” 26” 20.00 35.00 4.The Vertebral Column………………………...20” 26” 20.00 35.00 5.Rib, Verte, Sternum & Hyoid Bone…………..20” 26” 20.00 35.00 6.The Nervous System……………………….…20” 26” 20.00 35.00 7.The Brain……………………………………..20” 26” 20.00 35.00 8.The Anatomy of the Brain……………………20” 26” 20.00 35.00 9.The Spinal Nerves………………………….…20” 26” 20.00 35.00 10.The Autonomic Nervous System……………20” 26” 20.00 35.00 11.The Vascular System and Viscera……… 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 12.The Heart……………………………………20” 26” 20.00 35.00 13.The Lymphatic System……………………...20” 26” 20.00 35.00 14.The Human Skull……………………………20” 26” 20.00 35.00 15.Skull External and Internal Surface……… …20” 26” 20.00 35.00 16.The Head and Neck………………………….20” 26” 20.00 35.00 17.The Respiratory System……………………..20” 26” 20.00 35.00 18.The Eye………………………………………20” 26” 20.00 35.00 19. The structural Anatomy of the eye………… 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 20. The Eye..Anterior & Posterior Chambers. ….20”x26” 20.00 35.00 21. The Ear,Nose & Throat……………………..20”x26” 20.00 35.00 22. The Ear-Organs of hearing & Balance……. 20x26” 20.00 35.00 23. Pharynx & Larynx…………………………. 20x26” 20.00 35.00 24. Anatomy of the inner ear……………………20”x26” 20.00 35.00 25. Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ)…………...20”x26” 20.00 35.00 26. The Skin……………………………………..20” 26” 20.00 35.00 27 The Human Hair…………………………… 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 28. The Female Reproductive System………… 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 29. The Male Reproductive System……………..20” 26” 20.00 35.00 30. Pregnancy & Birth…………………………..20”x26” 20.00 35.00 31. Female Reproductive System(Ant. & patho) 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 32. The Female External Genitalis(Ant.&Patho) 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 33. Body surface area & body weight……… 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00
  6. 6. 34. Birth Weight……………………………….. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 35. Obstetrical Table………………………… 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 36. Critical Stages of foetal Development. 1st . lunar month –10th lunar month…….20”x26” 20.00 35.00 37. The Endocrine System……………………...20” 26” 20.00 35.00 38. The Shoulder and Elbow (Ligament)………20” 26” 20.00 35.00 39. Shoulder, Arm, Elbow, Forearm & Head…..20” 26” 20.00 35.00 40. The Hand and Wrist (Ligament)……………20” 26” 20.00 35.00 41. Anatomy & Injuries of hand & wrist. 20” x26’ 20.00 35.00 42. Ligaments of the Joint. 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 43. Male, Female Pelvis, Sacrum, Coccyx, Hip and Knee………20” 26” 20.00 35.00 44. Hip Thigh, Knee and Leg………………….20” 26” 20.00 35.00 45. Rib, Verte, Sternum & Hyoid Bone………20”x26” 20.00 35.00 46. The Foot and Ankle (Ligament)………… .. 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 47 Anatomy & Injuries of the foot & ankle. 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 48. Anatomy & Injuries of shoulder. 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 49. Anatomy & injuries of Hip. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 50. Ankle and Foot…………………………… 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 51. Skeletal Maturation & Growth………… 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 52. The Digestive System…………………… .. 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 53. The Liver………………………………… .20” 26” 20.00 35.00 54. The Urinary Tract………………………… 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 55. The Kidney………………………………...20” 26” 20.00 35.00 56. The Prostate………………………………. 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 57. The Anatomy of the Heart…………………20” 26” 20.00 35.00 58. The Portal System………………………… 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 59. Gastroesophageal Disorders and Digestive Anatomy………20” 26” 20.00 35.00 60. Origion,Development & Structure Cells. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 61. Soft Tissues of the Lower Limb……………20” 26” 20.00 35.00 62. Soft Tissues of the Foot………………….. 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 63. Bones of the Pelvis and Lower Limb… …20” 26” 20.00 35.00 64. Varicose Veins… ……………………...20” 26” 20.00 35.00 65. (a) External Morphological Features in Male and Female. (b) Sex differentiating features in Skull…….. …(OneChart)………………………… 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 66. (a) Sex differentiating features in Mandible. (b) Sex differentiating features in Hipe Bone. (c) Sex differentiating features in Sacrum…(One Chart)…………………..20” 26” 20.00 35.00 67. (a) Sex differentiating features in Articulated Pelvis In addition to those present in hipe bone & sacrum. (b) Sex differentiating features in femur. (One Chart)……………………………..20” 26” 20.00 35.00 68. (a) Estimation of Age-Ages of Eruption of teeth. (b) International system of numbering the Teeth… (One Chart)………………………………. .20” 26” 20.00 35.00
  7. 7. 69. (a) Ages of appearance and fusion of different Ossification of bones. (b) Multiplication factor for different bones for calculation of persons of different parts of India…(One Chart)………………… 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 70. Ligaments & Joints………………………..20”X26” 20.00 35.00 3-D CHARTS ON ANATOMY: $34.00/- EACH 1. The Heart 2. The spinal Nerves. 3. The autonomic Nervous system. 4. The skeletal system. 5. The Muscular System. 6. The Nervous system. 7. The vascular system. 8. The Female reproductive system. 9. The male reproductive system. 10. The eye. 11. The dangers of alcohol. 12. The respiratory system. 13. Understanding DNA. 14. Hip & Knee. 15. Hand & Wrist. 16. Understanding Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. 17. Ligaments of the Joint. 18. Foot & ankle. 19. Shoulder & Elbow. 20. The Vertebral Column. 21. The Digestive system. 22. The Dangers of smoking. 23. Disorders of teeth & jaw. 24. Knee Injuries. 25. The Ear. 26. Ear,Nose & Throat. 27. The Brain. 28. Anatomy of the Brain. 29. Anatomy of the teeth. 30. The skin. 31. Human spine disorders. 32. Pregnancy & Birth. 33. The Head & Neck. 34. The skull. THE WORLD’S BEST ANATOMICAL CHARTS BOOK SIZE : 11” x 14” BOOK CONTAINS 37 BEST QUALITY CHARTS. CONTENTS: SYSTEM OF THE BODY: 1. The Muscular System. 2. The Skeletal system. 3. The Nervous system. 4. The Lymphatic system. 5. The Digestive system.
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  9. 9. and Throat. 23. The Skin. 24. The Human Hair. 25. Shoulder and Elbow.26. Hand and Wrist. 27. Hip and Knee. 28. Foot and Ankle. 29. Anatomy of the Teeth.30. The Liver. 31. The Kidney. 32. Pregnancy and Birth. 33. Pharynx and Larynx.. DISEASES / DISORDERS – 34. Cardiovascular Disease. 35. Middle Ear Condition . 36.Whiplash Injuries of the Head and Neck. 37. The Human Spine-Disorders.38. Diseases of the Digestive System. 39. Arthritis-Joint Inflammation. 40. Diseases of the Urinary Tract. 41. Hypertension. 42. Conditions for Cesarean Section.43. Understanding Stroke. 44. Understanding HIV & AIDS. 45. Disorders of the Teeth and Jaw. 46. Understanding Cancer. 47. Understanding the Common Cold. 48. Understanding Diabetes. SET OF 48 CHARTS…..(1 BOOK) $ 67.00=00 WORLD’S BEST ANATOMICAL CHARTS ON C.D.ROM 30 INTERACTIVE MDICAL CHARTS CONTAINING OVER 300 FULL-COLOR ILLUSTRATION. ALSO INCLUDES 60 MINUTES OF AUDIO NARRATION DETAILING ALL MAJOR SYSTEM, STRUCTURES AND ORGANS. CD-ROM COMPATIBLE WITH Macintosh & Window (ALL IN ONE C.D ) PRICE; $ 84.00=00 CHARTS ON GENETICS 1. Libraries on Genomic DNA and cDNA 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 2. Restriction Analysis by the Southern Blot Procedure. 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 3. Cloning of a DNA FRAGMENT. 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 4. DNA Structure. 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 5. DNA Amplification (Polymerase chain reaction, PCR) 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 6. Maturation Division (Meiosis). 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 7. Cell Division – Mitosis. 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 8. Formation of Gametes. 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 9. The three Modes of Mendelian Inheritance. 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 CHARTS ON DENTISTRY 1. The Teeth. 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 2. The Disorders of the Teeth and Jaw. 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 3. The Anatomy of the Teeth. 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 4. (a) Estimation of Age – Ages of Eruption of Teeth. (b) International System of Numbering Teeth…..(One Chart). 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 5. Drug Administration….Dosage forms for Oral, Ocular & Nasal Application. 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 6. Landmarks of the oral cavity. 20”X26” 20.00 35.00
  10. 10. 7. Landmark of the tongue and variants of 20”X26’ 20.00 35.00 Normal. 8. landmarks of the Periodontium. 20”X26” 20.00 35.00 9. Diagnostic and Descriptive Terminology Part 1 ,2,3& 4 20”X26’ 67.00 117.00 10. Oral conditions affecting Infants and Children. Par 1 & 2 20”X26” 30.00 44.00 11. Alterations in tooth Morphology. 20”X26” 20.00 35.00 12. Alterations in tooth Numbers: Hypodontia. 20”X26’ 30.00 44.00 Part 1 & 2 13. Alterations in tooth Structure & Color 20”X26” 20.00 35.00 14. Alterations in tooth color. 20”X26” 20.00 35.00 15. Acquired defects of teeth: Noncarious Loss of tooth Structure. 20”X26” 20.00 35.00 16. Acquired defects of teeth: Carious Loss Of tooth Structure 20”X26’ 20.00 35.00 17. Periodontal diseases: Plaque, calculas And Regressive changes. 20”X26” 20.00 35.00 18. Gingivitis 20”X26” 20.00 35.00 19.Periodontitis 20”X26” 20.00 35.00 20.Localized Gingival Lesions 20”X26” 30.00 44.00 Part 1 & 2 21.Generalized Gingival Enlargements 20”X26” 20.00 35.00 22.Spontaneous Gingival Bleeding 20”X26” 20.00 35.00 23.Conditions Peculiar to the Tongue 20”X26” 40.00 84.00 Part 1,2 & 3 24.Condition Peculiar to the Lip 20”X26” 20.00 35.00 25.Nodules of the Lip 20”X26” 20.00 35.00 26.Swellings of the Lip 20”X26” 20.00 35.00 7.Swellings of the Floor of the Mouth 20”X26” 20.00 35.00 28.Swellings of the Plate 20”X26” 30.00 44.00 Part 1 & 2 29.Swelling of the Face 20”X26” 30.00 44.00 Part 1& 2 30. Condition Peculiar to the face. 20”X26” 20.00 35.00 31. White Lesions. 20”X26’ 30.00 44.00 Part 1 & 2 32. Tobacco Associated White Lesions. 20”X26” 20.00 35.00 33. Red Lesions. Part 1 & 2 20”X26” 30.00 44.00 34. Red & White Lesions..Part 1,2,3,&4 20”X26” 67.00 117.00 35. Pigmented Lesions..part 1,2 & 3 20”X26’ 44.00 100.00 36.Nodules part 1& 2 20”X26” 30.00 44.00 37.Papulonodules 20”X26” 20.00 35.00 38.Vesiculobullous lesions 20”X26” 80.00 134.00 Part 1,2,3,4 & 5 39.Ulcerative Lesions Part 1,2,&3 20”X26” 40.00 84.00 40.Sexually Releted and Sexually 20”X26” 20.00 35.00 Transmissible conditions
  11. 11. 41.HIV Infection and AIDS 20”X26” 30.00 44.00 PART 1&2. Drugs for the Suppression of Pain…. 42. Pain Mechanisms and Pathways. 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 43. Antipyretic Analgesics. 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 44. Local Anesthetics..Diffusion & Effect. 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 45. Local Anesthetics… Local Anesthetics & pH-value. 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 46. General Anesthesia & General Anesthetic Drugs. 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 47. Hormones…Hyperthyroidism & Antithyroid Drugs. 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 48. Hormones… Diabetes Mellitus. 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 49. Antibacterial Drugs Acting on DNA. 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 50. Antibacterial Drugs …Inhibitors of Protein Synthesis. 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 51. Antibacterial Drugs…Aspects of the Therapeutic use of Tetracyclines, Chloramphenicol & Aminoglycosides 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 CHARTS ON FIRST AIDS 1. First Aids For Burns. 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 2. The Smoke Inhalation and Inhalation Injuries. 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 3. Classification and Appearance of Burns. 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 4.Methods for Determining the Extent of burns. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 5. Symptoms And Signs of Acute Alcohol Poisoning. 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 6. Side effect of Antipsychotic and Depressants Drugs. 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 7. Treatment of some common Poisons. Part 1,2,3,4 and 5.(Set price). 20” 26” 67.00 117.00 8. Treatment of some Emergencies. Part 1 and 2 (Set price). 20” 26” 30.00 44.00 9. Methods for determining the extent of a burn. 20” x26” 20.00 35.00 10. CPR for Adults. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 11. CPR for Children. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 12. CPR for Infants. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 13. Choking First Aids for Adults 20”X26’ 20.00 35.00 14. Choking First Aid for Children 20’X26” 20.00 35.00 15. Difference between Cobra and Viper Fatal Dose and amount injected in one bite 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 16. Electric Shock & its Treatment. 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 17. Rescue from Drowning. 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 18. The Principles of Resuscitation 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 19. Disorders of Airway & Breathing-Choking 20”x26” 20.00 35.00
  12. 12. 20. Disorders of Airway & Breathing-Drowning 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 21.Hanging, strangling and Throttling. Part 1 & 2 20”x26’ 30.00 44.00 22. SHOCK 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 23. Heart Attack 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 24. Types of wound. 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 25. Types of Bleeding 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 26. Animal bites 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 27. Insect Stings 20’x26’ 20.00 35.00 28. Injuries by marine Creatures. 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 29. Snake bite. 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 30. Burns & Scalds. Part 1 & 2 20”x26” 30.00 44.00 31. Head Injuries. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 32. Stroke. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 33. Hypothermia 20’x26” 20.00 35.00 34. Heat exhaustion & Heat Stroke. 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 35. Types of Injuries-fractures. 20’x26’ 20.00 35.00 THE FITNESS CHARTS. 1. Stomach Workout 20.00 ---------------- 2. Exercise and Muscle Guide 20.00 ---------------- 3. Exercise Anatomy Chart 20.00 ---------------- 4. Shoulder Workout 20.00 ---------------- 5. Shape-up Exercises 20.00 ---------------- 6. Back Workout 20.00 ---------------- 7. Arm Workout 20.00 ---------------- 8. Aerobic Flexibility 20.00 ---------------- 9. Weight Training Flexibility 20.00 ---------------- 10. Weight Training Shape-up for Women 20.00 ---------------- 11. Training Heart Rate Target ” 20.00 ---------------- CHARTS ON NUTRITION 1. Keys to Healthy Eating. 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 2. Calorie Values of Common Foods. 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 3. Caloric Consumption by Activity. 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 4. Food Values of Principal Indian types of Food & Vegitables. 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 5. Vitamins Function, Source and Deficiency. Part 1 and 2 (Set Price) 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 6. Recommended Dietary Allowances. 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 7. Antithrombotics ….Coumarin Derivatives. Vitamin K, Heparin – Origion Structure & Mechanism of Action 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 8. Balance Diets and Recipes for Pre-School Children (1-3 Years and 4-6 Years) (High Cost, Moderate cost and low Cost) 20” 26” 20.00 35.00
  13. 13. 9. Balance Diets for Children and Adolescents (7-18 Yrs) (High Cost, Moderate cost and low Cost)) 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 10. Balance Diets for Adults..Male (High Cost, Moderate cost and low Cost) 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 11. Balance Diets and Recipes for Normal Pregnant and Lactating Women (High cost, Moderate cost and low Cost) Part 1 & 2 (Set Price) 20” 26” 30.00 44.00 12. Immunization Schedule According to Age of the Child 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 13. Feeding Schedule of Pre-term infants and Thumb Rules for Growth 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 14. Normal Height-Weight Table (Indian) 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 15. Dietary Recommendations in the Management of Renal Calculi 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 16. Diets and Menu for Diabetic Male – Various Ages with Normal Body Weight (High Cost & Low Cost) 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 17. Diets for Diabetic Female – Various Ages with Normal Body Weight (High Cost & Low Cost) 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 18. Menu for Diabetic Sedentary Pregnant Women (Low Cost), 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 19. Menu for Diabetic Pregnant Women (High Cost), 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 20. Menu for Diabetic Moderately Active Lactating Women (Low Cost) 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 21. Food Facts. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 CHARTS ON HEALTH AND DRUG EDUCATION 1. Harmful Effects of Cocaine 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 2. Harmful Effects of Alcohol 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 3. Harmful Effects of Marijuana 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 4. Harmful Effects of Smoking 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 5. Harmful Effects of Steroids 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 6. Facts About HIV and AIDS 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 7. How the AIDS Virus is Transmitted 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 8. Inhalants and their Harmful Effects 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 9. Smoking and your Health 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 10.Harmful Effects of Alcohol and Drug on the Fetus and Infant 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 11. Heroin and its Harmful Effects 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 12. Antibacterial Preparation Showing Pharmacological Class, Ingredients, Presentation and Brands Part 1 & 2 (Set Price) 20” 26” 30.00 44.00
  14. 14. 13. Adverse Drug Effects …Overdosing, Increased Sensitivity, Lacking Selectivity 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 14. Adverse Drug Effects…Drug Toxicity In Pregnancy and Lactation 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 15. Contraceptive Devices and Techniques.. ……Part 1 & 2 20”x26” 30.00 44.00 16. Critical Stages of Fetal Development 1st Lunar Month – 10th Lunar Month 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 17. Growth and Development of Infant (Birth to 1 Year) Part 1 & 2 ……. 20”x26” 30.00 44.00 18. Breast Feeding & Human Lactation Part 1 & 2 ……….. 20”x26” 30.00 44.00 19. Self Breast Examination 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 20. Feeding Schedule of pre-term Infants & Thumb Rules for Growth 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 CHARTS ON ANAESTHESIA…….ANAESTHETIC ALGORITHMS. 20”X26” 1. Pre-Operative Investigations..Check List 1 ECG & CXR 20.00 35.00 2. Pre-operative Investigations..Check List-2 Blood test. 20.00 35.00 3. Pre-Flight Check 20.00 35.00 4. Anaesthesia & anticoagulants. 20.00 35.00 5. Anaesthesia for the patient with a known bleeding disorders. 20.00 35.00 6. Anaesthesia and Asthma. 20.00 35.00 7. Desaturation. 20.00 35.00 8. The Patient with respiratory symptoms. 20.00 35.00 9. Aspiration Prophylaxis. 20.00 35.00 10. Management of Aspiration. 20.00 35.00 11. Post Operative Respiratory Insufficiency. 20.00 35.00 12. Peri-Operative Arrhythmias. 20.00 35.00 13. Permanent Pacemaker in anaesthesia 20.00 35.00 14. High Risk Cardia Patinet. 20.00 35.00 15. Hypotension 20.00 35.00 16. Hypertension during Anaesthesia. 20.00 35.00 17. Pre-Operative Preparation of the Morbidly Obese. 20.00 35.00 18. Anaesthesia for the Morbidly Obese. 20.00 35.00 19. The Elderly patient. 20.00 35.00 20. Anaesthetic Management of Sickle-Cell Anaemia. 20.00 35.00 21. Peri-Operative Diabetes Mellitus. 20.00 35.00 22. anaesthesia and Impaired Function. 20.00 35.00 23. Anaesthesia and Acute Trauma. 20.00 35.00 24. Anaesthsia for burn Surgery. 20.00 35.00 25. Anaesthesia and Head Injury. 20.00 35.00 26. Unexpected Massive Bleeding. 20.00 35.00 27. Anaesthetic Emergencies: Failed Intubation. 20.00 35.00 28……………DO………… Allergic During Reaction. 20.00 35.00 29……………DO…………. Malignant Hyperthermia. 20.00 35.00
  15. 15. 30. Central Nervous Block.(CNB_ 1 .Indications and contraindications For epidural and Subarachnoid Block. 20.00 35.00 31. Central nervous Block (CNB) 2. Choice of Block. 20.00 35.00 32. Day Care Anaesthesia-1 20.00 35.00 33. Post-perative Nausea & Vomiting. 20.00 35.00 34. Infection Hazard and the Anaesthesthetist-1 Immunization against Hepatitis B Infection 20.00 35.00 35.Infection Hazard and the Anaesthetist-2 Management of Needlestick Injury 20.00 35.00 CHARTS ON SURGERY: SURGICAL ATTENDING ROUNDS: 1. Guide Lines on Perioperative cardiovascular Evaluation On Non Cardiac surgery. 20.00 35.00 2.Management Algorithm for the four most common Categoties of chronic wound venous,Arterial, Diabetic, and decubitus 20.00 35.00 3. Management Algorithm for image-guided Biopsies 20.00 35.00 4.Management Algorithm for breast cancer- Adjuvant chemotherapy 20.00 35.00 5. Management algorithm for primary Hyperperathyroidism 20.00 35.00 6. Management Algorithm for palpable Thyroid nodule 20.00 35.00 7.Management Algorithm for GERD 20.00 35.00 8.Management Algorithm for barrett’s esophagitis 20.00 35.00 9.Management Algorithm for Esophageal cancer: Symptoms of dysphagia 20.00 35.00 10.Management Algorithm for peptic ulcer Disease 20.00 35.00 11. Management Algorithm for gastric cancer 20.00 35.00 12. Preoperative Evalution and postoperative care Of patients presenting for bariatric surgical procedures 20.00 35.00 13. Management Algorithm for small-bowel Obstruction (SBO) 20.00 35.00 14. Management Algorithm for Right lower Quadrant Pain 20.00 35.00 15.Management Algorithm for Small-bowel crohn’s Disease 20.00 35.00 16. Management Algoruthm for pouchitis following Lleoanal anastomosis 20.00 35.00 17. Management Algorithm for diverticuluitis 20.00 35.00 18. Managenent Algorithm for lower GI Bleed 20.00 35.00 19. Management Algorithm for Heme-Positive Stools 20.00 35.00 20. Management of anorectal pain 20.00 35.00 21. Management Algorithm for Acut cholecystitis 20.00 35.00 22. Management Algorithm for portal hypotension/ Bleeding Esophageal Varices 20.00 35.00
  16. 16. 23. Management Algorithm for Acute Pancreatitis 20.00 35.00 24. Management Algorithm for Hernia 20.00 35.00 25. Management Algoruthm for Pulsatile Abdominal mass 20.00 35.00 26. Management Algorithm for Adrenal Mass 20.00 35.00 27.Management Algotithm for carotid Artery Disease 20.00 35.00 28. Management Algorithm for Mitral Stenosis 20.00 35.00 29. Management Algorithm for Mitral Regurgitation 20.00 35.00 30. Management Algorithm for Aortic Stenosis 20.00 35.00 31. Management Algorithm for Aortic Regurgitation 20.00 35.00 32.Management Algorithm for Lung Cancer 20.00 35.00 33. Management Algorithm for Pneumothorax 20.00 35.00 34. Management Algorithm for Suspicious Nevus 20.00 35.00 35. Management Algorithm for Blunt Abdominal Trauma 20.00 35.00 36.Evalution and Treatment of Postoperative Oliguria 20.00 35.00 37.Initial Steps in Evaluation of Respiratory Distress 20.00 35.00 38.Evaluation and Treatment of Postoperative Hypotension 20.00 35.00 39.Management Algorithm for PAOD 20.00 35.00 CHARTS ON PATHOLOGY. MIND MAPS IN PATHOLOGY. 1. Cellular Pathology… Cell Injury… . 20.00 35.00 Cell death. 20.00 35.00 Cell adaptation to stress 20.00 35.00 Cellular ageing. 20.00 35.00 Amyloidosis… 20.00 35.00 2.Acute and chronic inflammation…Acute inflammation 20.00 35.00 Acute inflammation: Clinical features 20.00 35.00 Chronic inflammation 20.00 35.00 3. Tissue repair……………Repair by cell renewal 20.00 35.00 Repair by fibrosis 20.00 35.00 4.Haemodynamic disorders Thrombosis and shock ……thrombosis, embolism And infraction 20.00 35.00 Shock 20.00 35.00 Oedema 20.00 35.00 5.Genetic disorder………….Genetic diseases 20.00 35.00 Machanisms of Genetic Disorders 20.00 35.00 6.Diseases of immunity…immunology 20.00 35.00 Hypersensitivity reaction 20.00 35.00 Autoimmune Disease 20.00 35.00 Systemic lupus erythematosus(SLE) 20.00 35.00
  17. 17. Tissue transplantation 20.00 35.00 Immunodeficiency syndromes 20.00 35.00 AIDS: acquired immunodeficiency Syndrome 20.00 35.00 Cancer immunology 20.00 35.00 7.Neoplasia……………..Neoplasia 20.00 35.00 Neoplasia:pathology 20.00 35.00 Carcinogenesis 20.00 35.00 Cancer biology 20.00 35.00 Cancer genes 20.00 35.00 Neoplasia: clinical features 20.00 35.00 Cancer diagnosis 20.00 35.00 8.Diseases of infancy………..paediatric disease 20.00 35.00 And childhood paediatric tumours 20.00 35.00 9.cardio-vascular……..Atherosclerosis 20.00 35.00 System Hypertension 20.00 35.00 Vasculitis 20.00 35.00 Aneurysms 20.00 35.00 Ischaemic heart diseases 20.00 35.00 Heart failure 20.00 35.00 Valvular heart disease 20.00 35.00 Infective endocarditis 20.00 35.00 Rheumatic fever 20.00 35.00 CHARTS ON ORTHOPAEDICS 1. Understanding Carpel Tunnel Syndrome 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 2. Hip and knee Inflammation 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 3. The Human Spine – Disorders 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 4. The Whiplash Injuries of the Head and Neck 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 5. Arthritis, Joint Inflammation 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 6. Understanding Osteoporosis 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 7. Knee Injuries 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 8. Osteo-arthritis 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 9. Lumbar Disk Disease and Sciatica 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 10. Rheumatoid Arthritis 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 11. Anatomy & Injuries of foot & ankle. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 12. Anatomy & injuries of hand & wrist. 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 13. Ligaments of the Joint. 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 14. Anatomy & injuries of shoulder. 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 15. Antomy & injuries of Hip. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 CHARTS ON OPTHALMOLOGY 1. The Eye 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 2. The Structural Anatomy of the Eye 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 3. The Eye; Anterior and Posterior Chambers 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 4. The Disorders of the Eye 20” 26” 20.00 35.00
  18. 18. 5. ISHIHARA’s Type Tests for Colour Blindness 35 Plates (Book Form) $ 60.00 CHARTS ON DISEASES 1. Cardiovascular Disease 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 2. High Chloestrol 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 3. Heart Disease 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 4. Understanding HIV and AIDS 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 5. The Disease of the Digestive System 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 6. The Importance of Weight Control 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 7. Mainatining Healthy Weight 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 8. The Understanding Ulcers 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 9. Diseases of the Urinary Tract 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 10. Understanding Hypertension 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 11. Sexually Transmitted Infections 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 12. Sexually Transmitted Diseases 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 13. The Maturing Body 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 14. Dangers of Smoking 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 15. Understanding Diabetes 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 16. Understanding Cancer 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 17. Understanding Common Cold 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 18. Understanding Cholesterol 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 19. Understanding Stroke 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 20. Understanding Asthma 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 21. Headache 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 22. Migranes & Headache. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 23. Understanding depression 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 24. Understanding Allergies 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 25. Dermatomes 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 26. Understanding Epilepsy 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 27. Understanding Alzheimer’s 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 28. Dangers of Alcohol 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 29. Understanding Breast Cancer 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 30. Understanding Skin Cancer 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 31. Management of Hypertension 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 32. Management of Asthma 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 33. Management of Patient with Raised Lipid Levels 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 34. Summary of Antibacterial Therapy… (Part 1 & 2) 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 35. Understanding Parkinson’s Disease 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 36. Hypertension 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 37. Understanding Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 38. Renovascular Hypertension 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 39. Understanding Hepatitis 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 40. The Respiratory System & Asthma 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 41. Gastroesophageal Disorders &
  19. 19. 42 Digestive Anatomy 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 43. Bronchial Asthma 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 44. Esophagitis 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 45. Bronchitis 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 46. Bacterial Infection 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 47. Heart Failure 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 48. Cardiac Drugs…Modes of action- 49. Myocardial Contraction & Relaxation 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 50. Drugs treatment of Hyperlipoproteinemias 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 51. Antifungal Drugs…Drugs used in the 52. treatment of Fungal Infections 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 53. Antiparasitic agents…Antimalarials 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 54. Therapy of Selected diseases..Angina Pectoris 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 55. Therapy of Selected diseases…Hypertension 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 56. Therapy of Selected diseases…Gout and its Therapy 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 57. Therapy of Selected diseases…Rheumatoid Arthritis 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 58. Understanding Breast Diseases. 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 59. Benign Breast Diseases. 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 60. Metabolic Syndromes. 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 61. Heart Condition. 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 62. Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Diseases. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 63. Understanding type-1 Diabetes. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 64. Understanding type-II Diabetes 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 65. Erectile Dysfunction. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 66. Understanding Viral Infection. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 67. Deep vein Thrombosis 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 68. The Development of Blood cells. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 69. Risk of Obesity. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 70. Understanding Influenza 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 71. Thyroid Disorders. 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 72. Sleep Disorders. 20’x26’ 20.00 35.00 CHARTS ON EAR, NOSE & THROAT 1. The Ear, Nose & Throat 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 2. The Ear-Organs of Hearing and Balance 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 3. Understanding Middle Ear Infections 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 4. Understanding Middle ear Condition 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 5. Pharynx & Larynx 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 6. Anatomy of the Inner Ear 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 7. Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 8. Drug Administration…Dosage forms for Oral, Ocular & Nasal Application 20” 26” 20.00 35.00
  20. 20. 9. Drug Administration…Dosage forms for Parenteral, Pulmonary, Rectal or Vaginal and Cutaneous Application 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 10. Drug Administration…From Application to Distribution in the Body 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 CHARTS ON OBSTETRIC & GYNAECOLOGY 1. Pregnancy & Birth 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 2. Conditions of Cesarean Section 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 3. Infertility 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 4. Female Reproductive System.. (Anatomy & Pathology) 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 5. Female External Genitalis (Anatomy & Pathology) 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 6. The Female Reproductive System 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 7. The Male Reproductive System 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 8. Understanding Menopause 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 9. Understanding Breast Disease 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 10. Undertanding Breast cancer. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 11. 1st . 2nd , & 3rd . stages of labor. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 12. 1st . 2nd and 3rd . Trimster. 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 13. Obstetrical Table 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 14. Harmful Effects of Alcohol & Drugs on the Fetus & Infant 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 15. Body Surface Area, Body Weight 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 13. Birth Weight 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 14. Adverse Drug Effects…Drug toxicity in Pregnancy & Lactation 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 15. (a) Height of Fundus of the Uterus at different Periods of Pregnancy (b) Diff. Measurements of Uterus after delivery (c) Difference between respired and Unrespired Lungs…(One Chart). 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 16. Hormones…Oral Contraceptives 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 17. Contraceptive Devices and Techniques… (Part 1 and 2) 20” 26” 30.00 44.00 18. Critical Stages of Fetal Development 1st Lunar Month-10th Lunar Month 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 19. Growth and Development of Infant (Birth to 1 Year) Part 1 & 2 20” 26” 30.00 44.00 20. Breast Feeding & human lactation. ( Part 1 & 2 ) 20” 26” 30.00 44.00 21. Self Breast Examination 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 22. Feeding Shedule of pre-term Infants & Thumb Rules for Growth 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 23. Breast changes in Pregnancy. 20”X26” 20.00 35.00
  21. 21. 24. Uterine changes in pregnancy showing height of uterus at different terms of pregnancy. 20”X26’ 20.00 35.00 Stages of labour. 25. First stage. 20”X26” 20.00 35.00 26. Second Stage. 20”X26” 20.00 35.00 27. Third Stage. 20”X26” 20.00 35.00 BREECH PRESENTATION. 28. complete breech. 20”X26” 20.00 35.00 29. Incomplete breech 20”X26” 20.00 35.00 30. Foot Presentation 20”X26” 20.00 35.00 31. Shoulder presentation 20”X26” 20.00 35.00 32. Face Presentation 20”X26” 20.00 35.00 33. Brow Presentation 20”X26” 20.00 35.00 34. Twin Pregnancy. 20”X26” 20.00 35.00 35. Placenta praevia Different Stages. 20”X26’ 20.00 35.00 36. Caput Succedaneum. 20”X26” 20.00 35.00 37. Cephallhaematoma 20”X26” 20.00 35.00 38. Congenital Malformation of New Born. 20”X26” 20.00 35.00 39. Variations of Cleft deformity. 20”X26’ 20.00 35.00 40. Spina Bifida. 20”X26” 20.00 35.00 41. Hydrocephalus. 20”X26” 20.00 35.00 42. Anencephalus. 20”X26” 20.00 35.00 CHARTS ON HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY: 1. Cell Division…( Mitosis) 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 2. Cell Division… ( Meiosis) 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 NUTRITION AND METABOLISM: 1. Water Cycle 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 2. Carbon Cycle 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 3. Nitrogen Cycle. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 4. Oxygen Cycle. 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 5. Vitamin Part 1 & 2 20”x26’ 30.00 44.00 6. Protein Metabolism. 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 7. Carbohydrate Metabolism 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 8. Fat Metabolism. 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 9. Energy from food. 20’x26’ 20.00 35.00 10. Formation of ATP 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 11. Heat Balance. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 12. Maintenance of body temperature. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 13. Growth. 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 14. Energy requirements & Energy Expenditure. 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 15. Food facts. 20’x26” 20.00 35.00
  22. 22. CELL MEMBRANE FUNCTIONS: 1. Transport through Membranes 1-Diffusion. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 2. Transport through Membranes II-Active Transport. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 3. Resting Potential. 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 4. The action Potential. 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 5. Propagation of the Nerve Impulse. 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 6. Communication between cells. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 7. Second Messangers-1 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 8. Second Messangers-II 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 DIGESTIVE SYSTEM.: 1. Swallowing. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 2. Gastric Secretion and motility. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 3. Pancreatic Juice. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 4. Liver & Gall Bladder. 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 5. Food absorption by cells of the small intestine. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 6. Movements of the large intestine. 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 7. Innervation of the gut wall. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 8. Nervous control of gut movements. 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 TRANSPORT SYSTEM: 1. Cardiac Cycle. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 2. Cardiac Action Potential. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 3. Electrocardiogram. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 4. Cardiac Reflexes. 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 5. Water Balance. 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 6. Haemostasis and Blood Coagulation. 20’x26” 20.00 35.00 7. Factors required for Normal Haematopoiesis. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 8. Haematopoiesis. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 9. Blood Groups 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 10. Rhesus Factor. 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 11. Cerebrospinal fluid. 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 RESPIRATORY SYSTEM. 1. Artificial Respiration 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 2. Volume and Capacities of lungs. 20’x26” 20.00 35.00 3. Composition of Respired Air. 20’ x26” 20.00 35.00 4. Movement of Respiratory Gases. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 5. Dissociation of Oxygen from Haemoglobin. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 6. uptake and release of Carbon Dioxide. 20’x26” 20.00 35.00 7. Carriage and Transfer of Oxygen & carbon dioxide. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 8. Voluntary & reflex factors in the regulation of respiration. 20’x26” 20.00 35.00
  23. 23. EXCRETORY SYSTEM: 1. Juxtaglomerular Apparatus. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 2. Urine formation. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 3. Water absorption-Proximal tubule. 20’x26” 20.00 35.00 4. Water reabsorption-Distal & collecting Tubules. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 5. Maintenance of Acid-Base Balance. 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 ENDOCRINE SYSTEM: 1. Anterior Pituitary. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 2. Posterior Pituitary 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 3. Oxytocin 20’x26’ 20.00 35.00 4. ADH in the maintenance of blood volume. 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM: 1. Adult pelvic sex organs in the ordinary Female cycle. 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 2. Ovarian Hormones. 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 3. Pituitary, Ovarian & Endometrial Cycles. 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTYEM-LOCOMOTOR SYSTEM: 1. Cranial nerves. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 2. Reflex Action. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 3. Stretch Reflexes. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 4. Smell. 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 5. Light Reflex. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 6. Cochlea. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 7. Auditory Pathways to brain. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 8. Vestibular Pathways to brain. 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 9. The Muscle Spindle. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 10. Proprioceptor Pathways to brain. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 11. Peripheral Pain. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 12. Posterior Column-Medial lemniscus sensory pathways. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 13. Anterolateral (Spinothalamic) sensory Pathways.20”x26” 20.00 35.00 14. Sensory Pathways from skin of face. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 15. Sensory Cortex. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 16. Motor Cortex. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 17. Motor pathways to head & Neck. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 18. Direct(Pyramidal) motor Pathways to Extremities. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 19. Indirect (Extrapyramidal) pathways. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 20. Final common Pathways. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 21.Pathways controlling Motor Activity. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 22. Motor Unit. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 23. Cerebellum Part 1 & 2 20”x26” 30.00 44.00
  24. 24. 24. Control of Muscle Movement. 20”x26” 30.00 44.00 25. Reciprocal Innervation. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 26. Skeletal Muscle and the mechanism of contraction. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 27. Skeletal Muscle-Molecular basis of contraction. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM AND CHEMICAL TRANSMISSION AT NERVE ENDINGS: 1. The Autonomic Nervous system. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 2. Autonomic Ganglia. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 3. Parasympathetic Outflows. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 4. Autonomic Reflex. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 Laminated on both sides and fixed to rugged board. $ 35.00 1. Molecular Genetics. Transcription. 2. Molecular Genetics. Genetic code, Amino Acid Activation. 3. Metabolism Enzymes Classification. 4. Metabolism. Lactate Dehyfrogenase Structure. 5. Biomolecules Fatty Acids. 6. Biomolecules. Lipids; overview. 7. Biomolecules. DNA 8. Biomolecules. Nucleobases, Nucleotides, RNA 9. Biomolecules. Amino Acid Properties. 10. Molecular Genetics. Antibiotics Overview. 11. Tissues and Organs. Immune response. 12. Biomolecules. Glycoproteins and Glycosaminoglycans. 13. Biomolecules. Proteinogenic Amino Acids. 14. Biomolecules. Amino Acid Analysis. 15. Metabolism. Glycolysis. 16. Metabolism Citric acid Cycle : Reactions. 17. Metabolism. Respiratory Chain. 18. Metabolism ATP Synthesis. 19. Metabolism. Enzyme Catalysis. 20. Metabolism. Enzyme Catalysis. 21. Metabolism. Inhibitors. 22. Metabolism. Enzyme Analysis. 23. Metabolism. Lactate Dehydrogenase Mechanism. 24. Biomolecules. Functions of proteins. 25. Tissue & Organs. Functions of liver. 26. Biomolecules. Steroid Structure. 27. Biomolecules. Clases of steroids. 28. Metabolism. Hormonal Control. 29. Metabolism. Intermeditary Metabolism. 30. Metabolism. Regulatory mechanism.
  25. 25. 31. Metabolism. Transcriptional Control. 32. Biomolecules. Molecular Models: DNA,tRNA 33. Biomolecules. Nucleic Acid functions. 34. Nutrition Organic Nutrients. 35. Biomolecules. Secondary structures. 36. Biomolecules. The Peptide Bond. 37. Biomolecules. Protein Folding. 38. Biomolecules. Insulin: Structure. 39. Biomolecules. Structural Proteins. 40. Biomolecules. Globular Proteins. 41. Biomolecules. Molecular Model: Insulin. CHARTS ON FORENSIC MEDICINE NAME OF CHART SIZE PRIZES Poster Size 20” x 26” Poster Size 20” x 26” Poster size 20” x 26” thick laminated with thick laminated and metal rim on top and fixed to a rugged bottom with a loop board with provision for wall hanging. for wall hanging. 1. (a) Differences between Police Inquest (Investigation) and Magistrate/Coroner’s Inquest. (b) Differences between Coroner’s Court and Judicial Magistrate’s Court. (c) Differences between Civil and Criminal Negligence. (d) Differences between professional Negligence & Professional Misconduct. (ONE CHART) 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 2. (a) External Morphological Features in Male and Female. (b) Sex Differentiating Features in Skull. (ONE CHART) 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 3. (a) Sex Differentiating Features in Mandible (b) Sex Differentiating Features in Hip Bone (c) Sex Differentiating Features in Sacrum (ONE CHART) 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 4. (a) Sex Differentiating Features in Articulated Pelvis in addition to those present in Hip Bone & Sacrum (b) Sex Differentiating Features in Femur (ONE CHART) 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 5. (a) ESTIMATION OF AGE – Ages of Eruption of Teeth. (b) International System of Numbering Teeth. (ONE CHART) 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 6. Methods for determining the extent of a burn. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00
  26. 26. 7. Symptoms & signs of Acute Alcohol Poisoning. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 8. Side effects of Antipsychotic & depressants Drugs. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 9. Treatment of some common Poisons. Part.1, 2,3,4,5, SET PRICE. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 10. Difference between cobra & viper a)Fatal dose & amount injected in one bite. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 11. Skeletal Maturation and growth. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 12. (a) Ages of Appearance and Fusion of Different Ossification of Bones. (i) Whole Skeleton. (ii) Hip Bone. (iii) Body, Manubrium and Xiphoid Process of Sternum. (iv) Humerus, Radius and Ulna. (v) Femur, Tibia and Fibula. (vi) Clavicle and Scapula (b) Multiplication Factor for Different Bones for Calculation of Persons of Different Parts of India. (ONE CHART) 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 (a) Differences between Antemortem and Postmortem Abrasions. (b) Differences between Bruise and Postmoetem Staining. (ONE CHART) 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 13. (a) Differences between Bruises and lesions Produced by Chemicals or Plant Juices. (b) Differences between Bruise and Congestion (ONE CHART) 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 15. Differences between Suicidal and Homicidal Cut Throat. (ONE CHART) 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 16. (a) Height of Fundus of the Uterus at Different Periods of Pregnancy. (b) Different Measurements of Uterus after delivery. (c) Difference between Respired and Unrespired Lungs. (ONE CHART) 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 17. Wound Entrance at Different Parts of the Body at Different Distance in case of Short Barreled Rifled Guns. Wound entrance at different parts of the body at different distances in case of short barreled Rifled Gun (ONE CHART) 20” 26” 20.00 35.00
  27. 27. 18. Pressure in Chamber, Muzzle Velocity, Spinning Revolution of Projectile, Striking Range and Effective Range of Projectiles. Features of Fire Arm Injuries. Extent of Effects of Partly Burnt Gun Powder, Smoke, Heat and Fire. Wound of Entrance at Different Parts of the Body at Different Distances in Case of Shot Gun (ONE CHART) 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 19. Differences between true Insanity and Feigned Insanity. (ONE CHART) 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 20. Types of Guns and Mechanism of Breech Loading (ONE CHART) 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 21. Structure of Firearm Weapons and their Components Properties of Different Explosives (ONE CHART) 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 22. Interpretation of 114 Drugs Concentrations in Blood…. Part 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 & 9. (Set Price) 20” 26” 117.00 200.00 23. The Postmortem fate of Human remains… Summer Decay rates, (Bodies on Surface) and Winter Decay rates (Bodies on Surface)…Part 1,2 & 3…(Set Price) 20” 26” 47.00 74.00 24. Interpretation of Chemical Concentrations in Blood.. Part 1 & 2… (Set Price) 20” 26” 30.00 44.00 25. Postmortem Changes and the Process of Decomposition… Part 1 & 2 (Set Price) 20” 26” 30.00 44.00 26. MN System. The genotype of parents & Phenotypes of children’s. 20” x 26” 20.00 35.00 28. Determination of ABO Groups. 20” x26” 20.00 35.00 29. Racial Difference in Skull. 20” x 26” 20.00 35.00 30. Difference in lungs before & after Respiration. “ 20.00 35.00 31. Postmortem changes in myocardial infarction. “ 20.00 35.00 32. Impact of car from behind with person falling “ 20.00 35.00 33. The various ABO mattings & the children which can arise from them. “ 20.00 35.00 34. Difference between arsenic poisoning & cholera. “ 20.00 35.00 35. Difference between oxalic acid & magnesium sulphate. 20.00 35.00 36 Blood factors of fisher & race & wiener R. H. agglutinogens & blood factors. 20” x 26” 20.00 35.00 37. Postmortem changes in myocardial infarction. 20” x 26” 20.00 35.00 38. Causes of Death – Syncope 20” x26” 20.00 35.00 39. Causes of Death—Asphyxia Part 1 & 2 20” x 26” 30.00 44.00 40. Difference between temporary & permanent teeth. Part 1,2& 3 20” x26” 40.00 67.00 41. Causes of death—Coma. 20” x 26” 20.00 35.00 42. Sign of Death part 1 & 2 20” x 26” 30.00 44.00
  28. 28. 43. Putrefactive changes occurring at different periods of time in a body submerged in water Part 1 & 2` “ 30.00 44.00 44. Methods of inducing CriminalAbortion. Part 1,2& 3 “ 40.00 67.00 45. Causes of sudden death. “ 20.00 35.00 46. Cephalic Index. “ 20.00 35.00 47. Sign & Simptoms of Pregnancy in Living Woman. “ 20.00 35.00 48.Causes of Impotence & Sterility in Males. Part 1 ,2 & 3 “ 40.00 67.00 49. Difference between Hanging & Strangulation. “ 20.00 35.00 50. Details of examination of Mutilated Bodies/Decomposed Bodies and bony remains. Part 1,2& 3 “ 40.00 67.00 51. Difficulties in detection of crime by Medical Officer. Part 1 & 2 “ 30.00 44.00 52. Gordon’s Classificationof Death. “ 20.00 35.00 53. Classification of Wound. “ 20.00 35.00 54. Distinction between natural & criminal abortion. “ 20.00 35.00 55. Datura. “ 20.00 35.00 56. Material to be preserved in case of suspected poisoning. “ 20.00 35.00 57. Types of Medical Evidence. “ 20.00 35.00 58. Determination of sex. “ 20.00 35.00 59. Types of Intersex “ 20.00 35.00 60. Determination of Identity. “ 20.00 35.00 61. Determination of race in Hindu & Mohemmandian Female. “ 20.00 35.00 62. determination of race in Hindu & Mohemmandian Male.” 20.00 35.00 63. Medicolegal Aspect of Age. Part 1 & 2 “ 30.00 44.00 64. Effects of Datura. 20.00 35.00 65. Effects of Cocaine. 20.00 35.00 AND MANY MORE TO COME IN FUTURE. CHARTS ON MICROBIOLOGY. LAMINATED ON BOTH SIDE….$20.00/- each. Laminted on both side and fixed to a rugged board. $35.00/- each Morphology of Bacteria. 1. Shape & Group Pattern/Arrangement of bacteria. 2. Bacterial cell wall. 3. Structure of cell wall. 4. Arrangement of Flagella & capsule. 5. Morphological Events in Sporulation. MYCOLOGY. 1. Classification & Morpohology of different fungi………..4 Charts. 67.00 134.00 VIROLOGY. 1. Classification of Virus.
  29. 29. 2. Summy of Viruses-Lcosahedral/Helical. 3. Cross section of an Embryonated Hen’s Egg. 4. Inclusion Bodies in: Virus infected cells. AIDS. 1. Structure of Virus. 2. Etiopathogenes of aids. ( including Replication of Virus) 1. Life cycle of bacteriophage. CHARTS ON PATHOLOGY. 1.Normal Heemopoiesis. 2. Classification of Anemias. 3. Classification of Leukemias. 4. Dynamics of Bilirubin & jaundice. 5. Dynamics of Lymphocyte Maturation and differentiation. 6. Normal & abnormal CSF Findings. 7. Maturation of Erythocytes. 8. Maturation of Granulocytes. 9. Different types of Lymphomas. 10. Structure of Normal & Abnormal Hemoglobin. 11. Peripheral Blood Picture—Different types of Leukemias……15 Picture.. each 20.00 12. Life cycle of Malarial Parasite. 13. Life cycle of Filaria. 14. life Cycle of Leishmania. CHARTS ON PHARMACOLOGY (46 CHARTS) Drug Administration… (3 Charts) (1) Dosage forms for Oral, Ocular & Nasal Application 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 (2) Dosage forms for Parenteral (1) Pulmonary, (2) Rectal, or Vaginal (3) and Cutaneous Application 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 (3) From Application to Distribution in the Body 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 Drug Distribution in the Body…(2 Charts) (1) Membrane Permeation..Diffusion, Transport & Vascular uptake & Transport 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 (2) Binding to Plasma Proteins 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 Drug Receptor Interaction…(3 Charts) (1) Agonists – Antagonists 20” 26” 20.00 35.00
  30. 30. (2) G – Protein – Coupled Receptors, Ligand – Gated Lon Channel, Ligand- Regulated Enzyme, Protein Synthesis Synthesis – Regulating Receptor 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 (3) Mode of Operation of G-Protein – Coupled Receptors 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 Adverse Drug Effects…(2 Charts) (1) Overdosing, Increased Sensitivity, Lacking Selectivity 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 (2) Drug Toxicity in Pregnancy and Lactation 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 Drugs Acting on the Sympathetic Nervous System…(2 Charts) (1) Structure of the Sympathetic Nervous System 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 (2) B ..Sympatholytics (B – Blockers) 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 Drug Acting on the Parasympathetic Nervous System…(1 Chart) (1) Cholinergice Synapse 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 Vasodilators… (3 Charts) (1) Organic Nitrates 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 (2) Calcium Antagonists 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 (3) ACE Inhibitors 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 Cardiac Drugs… (1 Chart) (1) Modes of Action – Myocardial Contraction & Relaxation 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 Antithrombotics… (1 Chart) (1) Coumarin Derivatives – Vitamin K, Heparin – Origion Structure and Mechanism of Action 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 Drugs for the treatment of Hyperlipidemias..(1 Chart) (1) Drug Treatment of Hyperlipoproteinemias 20” 26” 20.00 35.00
  31. 31. Diuretics.. (1 Chart) 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 Laxatives…(2 Charts) (1) Laxatives 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 (2) Irritant Laxatives – Purgatives/ Cathartics 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 Antidiarrheals.. (1 Chart) (1) Antidiarrheals and their sites of Action 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 Drugs Acting on Motor System… (2 Charts) (1) Depolarizing Muscle Relaxants 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 (2) Antiparkinsonian Drugs 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 Drugs for the Suppression of Pain (Analgesics) (1 Chart) (1) Pain Mechanisms and Pathways 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 Antipyretic Analgesics (1 Chart) 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 Local Anesthetics (2 Charts) (1) Diffussion and Effect 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 (2) Local Anesthetics and pH Value 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 General Anesthetic (1 Chart) (1) General Anesthesia and General Anesthetic Drugs 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 Psycho Pharmacologicals (3 Charts) (1) Action of Benzodiazepines 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 (2) Pharmacoknetics of Benzodiazepines 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 (3) Effects of Lithium Salts in Mania 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 Hormones (4 Charts) (1) Hyperthyroidsm and Antithyroid Drugs 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 (2) Glucocorticoid Therapy 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 (3) Oral Contraceptives 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 (4) Diabetes of Mellitus 20” 26” 20.00 35.00
  32. 32. Antibacterial Drugs (3 Charts) (1) Antibacterial Drugs Acting on DNA 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 (2) Inhibitors of Protein Synthesis 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 (3) Aspects of Therapeutic use of Tetracyclines, Chloramphenicol and Aminoglycosides 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 Antifungal Drugs (1 Chart) (1) Drugs Used in the treatment of Fungal Infections 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 Antiparasytic Agents (1 Chart) (1) Antimalarials 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 Therapy of Selected Diseases (4 Charts) (1) Angina pectoris 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 (2) Hypertension 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 (3) Gout and its Therapy 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 (4) Rheumatoid Arthritis 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 CHARTS ON T.SECTION OF LEAF. EACH RS. $ 20.00/- 1. Liquorice Roots. T.S (Stolen) 2. eucalyptus Leaf. (T.S) 3. Bellasonna Roots (T.S) 4. Datura Leafs. (T.S) 5. D.lanata Leaf. (T.S) 6. Ipecae Root. (T.S) 7. Vasaka Laef (T.S) 8. Digitalus Purpuria Leaf (T.S) 9. Ispaghula Seed (T.S) 10. Rauwolfia Root (T.S) PHOTOGRAPHS OF GREAT SCIENTISTS. EACH $ 17.00/- on Board. 1. Louis Pasteur 2. Dr. wiliam Harvey 3. Sir Joseph Lister. 4. Sir Ronald Ross. 5. Dr. P.C. Ray. 6. Aristotle. 7. Sir Alexander Flemming. 8. Alfred Nobel.
  33. 33. 9. Crick. 10. Watson. CHARTS ON MEDICINAL PLANT.. MAJOR HERBS OF AYURVEDA. SIZE –20”x 26” laminated both sides. 1. Abrus Precatorius. 20.00 35.00 2. Acacia Catechu 20.00 35.00 3. Achillea millefolium 20.00 35.00 4. Acorus Calamus. 20.00 35.00 5. Adhatoda Vasica 20.00 35.00 6. Aegle Marmelos 20.00 35.00 7. Allium Sativum 20.00 35.00 8. Aloysia Triphylla..Lemon Verbena. 20.00 35.00 9. Amanita Muscaria 20.00 35.00 10.Amanita Verna 20.00 35.00 11. Andrographis Paniculata. 20.00 35.00 12. Aragwadha 20.00 35.00 13. Aristolochia Indica 20.00 35.00 14. Artemisia Absinthium 20.00 35.00 15. Ashoka 20.00 35.00 16.Asparagus Racemosus. 20.00 35.00 17.Asvagandha 20.00 35.00 18. Atropa belladonna 20.00 35.00 19. Azadirachta Indica 20.00 35.00 20. Bacopa Monniera 20.00 35.00 21. Bakuchi 20.00 35.00 22. Belladona 20.00 35.00 23. Berberis Aristata 20.00 35.00 24. Bhanga 20.00 35.00 25. Bhunimba 20.00 35.00 26. Boerhaavia Diffusa. 20.00 35.00 27. Boswellia Serrata 20.00 35.00 28. Caesalpinia Bonducella 20.00 35.00 29. Carica Papaya 20.00 35.00 30. Cassia Senna 20.00 35.00 31. Cannabis Sativa 20.00 35.00 32. Cedrus Deodara 20.00 35.00 33. Centella Asiatica. 20.00 35.00 34. Chitraka 20.00 35.00 35. Cinchona Pubescens. 20.00 35.00 36. Cissus Quadrangularis 20.00 35.00 37. Citrus Limon.. Lemon 20.00 35.00 38. Commiphora Mukul. 20.00 35.00 39. Chondodendron Tomenstosum 20.00 35.00 40. Colchicum Autumnale 20.00 35.00 41. Crataeva Nurvala. 20.00 35.00 42. Curcuma Longa 20.00 35.00
  34. 34. 43. Cymbopogon Citratus. 20.00 35.00 44. Cyperus rotundus 20.00 35.00 45. Dianthus Caryophyllus 20.00 35.00 46. Dhatura 20.00 35.00 47. Eclipta Alba 20.00 35.00 48. Embelia Ribes. 20.00 35.00 49. Ephedra Sinica 20.00 35.00 40. Eranda 20.00 35.00 42. Ergoton Rye 20.00 35.00 43. Erythroxylon Coca 20.00 35.00 44. Eucalyptus Globulus. 20.00 35.00 45. Euphorbia Hirta 20.00 35.00 46. Ficus religiosa 20.00 35.00 47. Foeniculum Vulgare.. Fennel 20.00 35.00 48. Fumaria Indica 20.00 35.00 49. Gardenia Gummifera 20.00 35.00 50. Ginkibiloba 20.00 35.00 51. Glycyrrhiza Glabra 20.00 35.00 52. Gossypium Herbaceum. 20.00 35.00 53. Guduci 20.00 35.00 54. Gymnema Sylvestre. 20.00 35.00 55. Haritaki 20.00 35.00 56. Holarrhena Antidysenterica 20.00 35.00 57. Hyoscymus Niger 20.00 35.00 58. The Ipecacuanha Plant. 20.00 35.00 59. Justicia Adhatoda 20.00 35.00 60. Karnja 20.00 35.00 61. Khadira 20.00 35.00 62. Kharjura 20.00 35.00 63. Kumari 20.00 35.00 64. Kutaja 20.00 35.00 65. Leptadenia Reticulata. 20.00 35.00 66. Mandukaparni 20.00 35.00 67. Mangifera Indica 20.00 35.00 68. Momordica Charantia 20.00 35.00 69. Mucuna Pruriens. 20.00 35.00 70. Myoxylon Balsamum 20.00 35.00 71. Nicotiona Tabacum 20.00 35.00 72. Nigella Sativa 20.00 35.00 73. Ocimum basilicum..Sweet Basil 20.00 35.00 74. Ocimum Sanctum 20.00 35.00 75. Paederia Foetida. 20.00 35.00 76. Papaver Somniferum 20.00 35.00 77. Phyllanthus Emblica. 20.00 35.00 78. Phyllanthus Niruri 20.00 35.00 79. Picrorrhiza Kurroa. 20.00 35.00 80. Pilocarpus Microphyllus. 20.00 35.00 81. Pimpinella Anisum 20.00 35.00 82. Piper Longum 20.00 35.00
  35. 35. 83. Piper Nigrum 20.00 35.00 84. Pippali 20.00 35.00 85. Plantago Afra 20.00 35.00 86. Plantago Ovata. 20.00 35.00 87. Plumbago Zeylanica. 20.00 35.00 88. Polygonum Aviculare. 20.00 35.00 89. Portulaca Oleracea.. Purslane. 20.00 35.00 90. Punarava 20.00 35.00 91. Punica Granatum 20.00 35.00 92. Rasna 20.00 35.00 93. Rhamnus Purchiana 20.00 35.00 94. Ranwolf Serpentina 20.00 35.00 95. Ricinus Communis. 20.00 35.00 96. Rubia Cordifolia 20.00 35.00 97. Salmalia Malabarica 20.00 35.00 98. Sariva 20.00 35.00 99. Satavari 20.00 35.00 100. Semecarpus Anacardium 20.00 35.00 101. Solanum Nigrum 20.00 35.00 102. Solanum Xanthocarpum 20.00 35.00 103. Swertia Chirata 20.00 35.00 104. Symplocos Racemosa 20.00 35.00 105. Syzygium Cumini 20.00 35.00 106. Tamarindus Indica. 20.00 35.00 107. Terminalia arjuna 20.00 35.00 108. Terminalia Belerica. 20.00 35.00 109. Terminalia Chebula. 20.00 35.00 110. Tinospora Cordifolia 20.00 35.00 111. Trachyspermum ammi 20.00 35.00 112. Tribulus Terrestris. 20.00 35.00 113. Trigonella Foenum-graecum. 20.00 35.00 114. Tulasi 20.00 35.00 115. Vaca 20.00 35.00 116. Vetiveria Zizanioides.. Vetiver 20.00 35.00 117. Vibhitaki 20.00 35.00 118. Vidanga 20.00 35.00 119. Vruddhaduru 20.00 35.00 120. Withania Somnifera. 20.00 35.00 121. Woodfordia Fruticosa. 20.00 35.00 122. Zingiber Officinale. 20.00 35.00 CHARTS ON PREVENTIVE AND SOCIAL MEDICINE 1. Typhoid Fever (Paratyphoid Fever, Enteric Fever) 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 2. Food Poisoning (Infection Type, Toxin Type) 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 3. Modes of Disease Transmissions. 20”X26” 20.00 35.00
  36. 36. 3. Intestinal Tuberculosis 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 4. Acute Infectious Diarrhoea 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 5. Constipation 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 PARASITIC DISEASES 6 Amoebiasis (Entamoeba Histolytica) 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 7 Trichuris Trichiura (Whip worm) 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 8 Ascariasis Lumbricoids (Round Worm) 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 9 Enterobiasis Vermicularris (Pin Worm) 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 10 Strongyloides Stercoralis (Thread Worm) 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 11 .Acylostoma Duodenale (Hook Worm) 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 12 .Tenia Saginata (Beef Tape Worm) 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 13.Taenia Solium (Pork Tape Worm) 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 14 Hymenolepis Nana (Dwarf Tape Worm) 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 15 Dyllobothrium latum (Fish Tape Worm) 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 16 Helminths and Protozoa infesting the Human Intestine 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 17 Chickenpox 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 18 Measles 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 19 Rubella 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 20.Mumps 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 21. influnza 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 22 Pollomyelitis 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 23Viral Fever 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 24Cholera 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 25 Acute Diarrhoeal Diseases 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 26 Dengue Syndrome 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 27 Malaria 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 28 Rabies 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 29 Japanese Encephalites 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 30 Scrub Typus 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 31. Tetanus 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 32. Leprosy 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 33. Diptheria 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 34. Whooping Cough 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 35. Meningococcal Meningitis 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 36. Acute Respiratory Infection 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 37. Tuberculosis Part 1 & 2 20” 26” 30.00 44.00 38. Amoebiasis 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 39. Dracunculiasis 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 40. Plague 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 41. Leishmaniasis 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 42. Rheumatic heart disease 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 43. Obesity 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 44. Blindness 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 45. Water Pollution 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 46. Air Pollution 20” 26” 20.00 35.00
  37. 37. 47. Noise Pollution 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 48. Water cycle. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 49. Carbon Cycle. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 50. Nitrogen cycle. 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 51. Oxygen cycle. 20”x26’ 20.00 35.00 52. Kinds of Bacteria. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 53. Breast Feeding Part 1 & 2 20” 26” 30.00 44.00 54. Contraceptive Device… Part 1 & 2 20” 26” 30.00 44.00 55. Growth & Development of Infant 56 (Birth to 1 Year)… Part 1 & 2 20” 26” 30.00 44.00 57. Nutrition During Pregnancy 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 58. Iodine Deficiency disorders 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 59. Anemia 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 60. Hormones…Oral Contraceptives 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 61. Vitamins function, Source & deficiency …Part 1 & 2 20” 26” 30.00 44.00 62. The Harmful Effects of Alcohol 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 63. Understanding Hypertension 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 64. Understanding Stroke 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 65. Understanding Diabetes type 1 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 66. Balance Diets & receips for normal 67 Pregnant & Lactating Women… Part 1 & 2 20” 26” 30.00 44.00 68. Immunization Schedule 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 69. Feeding Schedule for Pre-term infant 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 70. Normal Height-Weight table (Indian) 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 71. Body Surface area & body weight 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 72. Birth Weight 20” 26” 20.00 35.00 73. Hospital Waste Management. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 74. Drugs & dosages for Treating Parsitic Infections. Part1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13 20”x26” 184.00 317.00 75. E –for additives.. Part 1,2,3 20”X26” 67.00 134.00 Additives used in food and food products. CHARTS ON HIV & AIDS: 1. Structure of HIV & Aids. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 2. Life cycle of HIV 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 3. Viral Replication in HIV 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 4. ELISA ANTIBODY TEST to detect HIV. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 5. WESTERN BLOT ANTIBODY TEST to detect HIV 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 6. Natural killer Cell response in HIV. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00 7. The Replication cycle of HIV-1. 20”x26” 20.00 35.00
  38. 38. CHARTS ON AIDS.. POLYART PLASTIC SHEET WITH PLASTIC ROLLERS: 1.AIDS Symptoms and Prevention 14.00 2.Non – Contagious nature of AIDS 14.00 3.Transmission of Virus that causes diseases 14.00 4.Sexually Transmitted Diseases 14.00 5.Life Cycle of AIDS 14.00 6.Immune System 14.00 CHARTS MOUNTED ON CLOTH, VARNISHED & TITED WITH WOODEN ROLLERS SIZE 30” 39” MADE IN ENGLAND …BEST QUALITY The Heart 40.00 The Skin 40.00 The Eye 40.00 The Ear 40.00 The Muscles 40.00 Circulation and Respiration 40.00 Skull Joints 40.00 Skin sensation 40.00 Nervous System 40.00 Cells 40.00 Metabolism 40.00 Human Skeleton (3 Charts) Front View, Side View and Back View 100.00 GAINT SIZE 65”X45” CHARTS..MADE IN U.S.A. 1. Vascular System & Viscera. 134.00 2. Respiratory System. 134.00 3. The Muscular System. 134.00 (Limited Stock available )
  39. 39. .. PLEASE WRITE TO US FOR A SEPARATE PRICE LIST FOR: Charts on Pharmacology Charts on Physiology Charts on Biochemistry Charts on Genetics Charts and Models on Preventive and Social Medicine Including Parasitic diseases Charts and Models on Embryology Models on Anatomy Models on Obstetric and Gynaecology Models on Nursing Training NURSING VIDEO C.D….CPR VIDEO….FIRST AID VIDEO….BASIC CLINICAL SKILLS VIDEO….SURGICAL CARE VIDEO….INFECTION CONTROL VIDEO….OPERATING ROOM VIDEO SERIES….MEDICATION ADMINISTRATION SERIES VIDEO….GERONTOLOGY SERIES VIDEO….GASTROINTESTINAL NURSING CARE SERIES VIDEO….NURSING ASSISTANT SKILLS SERIES VIDEO…ADMINISTRATION VIDEO SERIES….PEDIATRIC NURSING VIDEO SERIES….AND MANY MORE. .. PLEASE WRITE TO US FOR A SEPARATE PRICE LIST FOR: Charts on Pharmacology Charts on Physiology Charts on Biochemistry Charts on Genetics Charts and Models on Preventive and Social Medicine Including Parasitic diseases Charts and Models on Embryology Models on Anatomy Models on Obstetric and Gynaecology Models on Nursing Training NURSING VIDEO TAPES….CPR VIDEO….FIRST AID VIDEO….BASIC CLINICAL SKILLS VIDEO….SURGICAL CARE VIDEO….INFECTION CONTROL VIDEO….OPERATING ROOM VIDEO SERIES….MEDICATION ADMINISTRATION SERIES VIDEO….GERONTOLOGY SERIES VIDEO….GASTROINTESTINAL NURSING CARE SERIES VIDEO….NURSING ASSISTANT SKILLS SERIES VIDEO…ADMINISTRATION VIDEO SERIES….PEDIATRIC NURSING VIDEO SERIES….AND MANY MORE.
  40. 40. NURSING TRAINING ..MODELS AND OTHER MATERIAL SPECIAL OFFER Obtetrical Training Mannequin Kit (Dummy with Doll) $ 467.00 Foetal Skull (Made of Fibre Glass) $ 57.00 Female Pelvis Articulated (Made of Fibre Glass) $ 84.00 SPECIAL OFFER FOR ABOVE THREE ITEMS (SET) $ 517.00 OBSTETRICAL TRAINING MANNEQUIN KIT (DUMMY WITH DOLL) MADE OF FIBRE GLASS MATERIAL, UNBREAKABLE All Fibre Glass Material with cloth Fetus Baby. Adam’s Rouilly (London)/Dynamed (USA) type Dummy with Doll makes Child Birth Delivery technique easy to learn. A Training tool for technique the proper method and technique of Delivery. The Mannequin is life size Pelvic Section Fetal Doll is attached with umbilical cord and Placenta $ 467.00 Extra Vaginal flap for Obstetrical Training Mannequin $ 10.00 “RANI” NURSING SKILL MANNEQUIN………ADULT MANNEQUIN (CHASE DOLL) FEMALE OR MALE INDIAN TYPE LIFE SIZE…..5’ 6” Made of Fibre Glass… WATER RESISTANT. Unbreakable Washable and parts replaceable. For Performing Various Nursing Procedures Legs and Arms are flexible and Head is movable in all direction. Nasal Passage for Oxigenation Ear Passage for Ear Washing Oral Passage for Liquid Food for Stomach Washing Tracheostomy to Show Mechanical Ventilation Gastrostomy for Administering food and fluids in to Stomach Passage for Colostomy, Caecostomy and Supra pubic Urethral Orifice for Urinary Catheterization – Female Rectum Passage for Enema Buttock and Deltoid region of one side for Injection Purposes Arm Side for Intervenous Injection Hair on Head for Washing. An Amputation Stump allows the Practicing of Stump dressing technique to be tought. With procedure Manual in Book Form $ 667.00
  41. 41. “NORMA” NURSING SKILL MANNEQUIN (CHASE DOLL)…………. AMERICAN TYPE …..Male and Female. TWO IN ONE….. BOTH PURPOSES (Organs can be changed) Adult Size …..Life size…. Unbreakable Water. Resistant Washable made from fiber Glass. Patient care simulations Urinary Catheterization – Female & Male (Uncircumcised) Enema Administration – Female Pap Smears and Douching Ostomy Care – Lieostomy and Colostomy Lavage and Suctioning Oral and Nasal Lavage, Gavage, and Suctioning Tracheostomy Care – Lavage and Suctioning Intramuscular Injection Sites – Arms, Thigh, Buttock Ear Irrigation Bed Baths Hair Care – Washing, Combing Clothing Changes Patient Positioning Patient Transfer Techniques Hearing Aid Removal and Placement Techniques With procedure manual in book form. $ 1000.00 KERITM THE NURSING SKILLS MANNEQUIN (CHASE DOLL) Patient care simulations Urinary Catheterization – Female & Male (Uncircumcised) Enema Administration – Female Prostate Exam-Stage B - Male Pap Smears and Douching Ostomy Care – Lieostomy and Colostomy Lavage and Suctioning Oral and Nasal Lavage, Gavage, and Suctioning Tracheostomy Care – Lavage and Suctioning Intramuscular Injection Sites – Arms, Thigh, Buttock Optional IV Arm Attachment Optional Blood Pressure Arm Attachment Denture Removal – Upper and Lower Oral Hygiene Eye Irrigation Ear Irrigation Bed Bath Finger and Toe Bandaging – Flexible and Individually Molded Hair Care – Washing, Combing Bandaging and Wound Dressing Clothing Changes Patient Positioning Patient Transfer Techniques
  42. 42. Hearing Aid Removal and Placement Techniques price on request DELUX HOSPITAL TRAINING MANIKIN Life Size, Instructional Training Manikin . Each manikin comes with with removeable partial denturesin the upper & lower jaw, Interchangeable injection pads, and exchangeable male & female genital organswith an amputation stump for the right thigh and all internal organs(lungs,stomach,heart, part of intestine, bladder and internal genitals) this model allows the practice of virtually all patient care procedures. Price on request “RAJU” PEDIATRIC CHASE DOLL….. $ 467.00 “MUNNA” Foetal Chase Doll …..(9 Months old) $ 200.00 NEW BORN BABBY DOLLS: Made in U.S.A Life like baby is only one day old…. Its Eyes are just slightly open, its ambilical cord is still visible and it has a ‘soft spot on its carefully sculpted head. Soft Vinyl body with jointed arms and legs. Washable and posable. Each doll is Anatomically correct for complete realism. BOY or GIRL $ 267.00 CPR Full Manikin with Electronic Monitoring, Sanitary Head and Natural Hair. Made in U.S.A This manikin provide maximum student/instructor feedback in four practice mode: compression rate, compression depth, ventilation duration and ventilation volume. Red light indicates improper hand placement. The performance of each skill is displayed seperately while averages are stored in the memory. With the flip of a switch, memory unit evaluates performance based on child or adult CPR standards. The manikin with both memory and printer will print out test stripes that plot and tabulate tests performance skills indicating good, high and low results in either adult or child mode. Power saver feature automatically turns unit off, but retains previous data. Low battery indicator. Requires no cleaning! Individual student face masks provide maximum protection against cross-contamination. Each face mask is designed with a one way non rebreathing valve and is disposible or may be reused after proper disinfection. Molded hair requires no maintenance. The disposable tracheal airway and lower airway with lung bag eliminate time consuming disinfection procedures.Includes ten disposable airways, ten disposable tracheal airways, and five sanitary face masks Price on request CPR-TORSO WITH ELECTRONIC CONTROLLER, SANITARY HEAD AND NATURAL HAIR Made in U.S.A Requires no cleaning! Individual student face masks provide maximum protection against cross- contamination. Each face mask is designed with a one way non rebreathing valve and is disposible or may be
  43. 43. reused after proper disinfection. This head comes with natural looking brown hair stitched to the scalp for realistic appearance. The disposable tracheal airway and lower airway with lung bag eliminate time consuming disinfection procedures. Includes ten disposable airways, ten disposable tracheal airways, and five sanitary face masks Price on request SANITARY CPR BASIC FULL MANIKIN WITH SANITARY HEAD AND MOLDED HAIR Made in U.S.A This full bodied basic CPR manikin is designed to be the foundation of our CrisisTM system. Our system enables you to create the manikin to suit your needs. Start with this full bodied basic torso and add the CrisisTM components you need to make the training complete. The sanitary face mask is designed with a one way nonrebreathing valve and is disposable or may be reused after proper disinfection. Molded hair requires no maintenance. Disposable tracheal air way and lower air way with lung bag eliminates time consuming disinfection procedures. Comes complete with one sanitary mask, one disposable tracheal airway and lung and ahard carrying case. Price on request CPR EZY….PERFORM CPR USING CPR EZY DIRECT ON PATIENT WITH INSTRUCTION MANUAL AND TRAINING VIDEO C.D. also FOR PRACTICING CHEST COMPRESSIONS by TEACHERS AND STUDENTS. CPR..EZY is an interactive aid designed to assist people perform more effective CPR Under emergency conditions direct on patient. Use CPR..EZY only on people who are clinicallydead i.e. suffering from cardiac and respiratory arrest. CPR..EZY –Pad is designed for use on people that weight more than 90lb ( 40Kg) . Do not use CPR..EZY on children or small adults weighing less than 40 Kg. CPR..EZY must not be used on conscious individuals when training for CPR. It is recommended that all users of CPR..EZY undertake an accredited CPR training course. Rescuer should be familiar with the CPR..EZY and its instruction manual. CPR..EZY includes CPR..EZY mask for expired air resuscitation, and CPR..EZY PAD for aiding effective external chest compression….supplied with 9-Volt battery.
  44. 44. FOR TEACHERS & STUDENTS: FOR PRACTICING CHEST COMPRESSIONS PLACE CPR..EZY PAD ONTO A FIRM FLAT SURFACE AND APPLY PRESSURE BY HAND IN TIME WITH THE AUDIBLE TONE. The force sensing LED’s on CPR..EZY Pad indicate the appropriate pressure on each patient size category. Price on request KYLETM 3 YEAR – old CPR Manikin Made in USA This economical manikin realistically portrays a three year old child for instruction of CPR techniques. This lightweight manikin is foam filled with on internal parts to break. Features an airway cutoff, disposable airway system with a nonbreathing valve. Price on request KIMTM NEW BORN CPR MANIKIN Made in USA An economically priced Manikin for teaching CPR for new borns. The lightweight, realistic manikin is foam filled with no internal part to break. If features three individual mouth/nose pieces, an airway cutoff and three completely disposable airway systems with nonrebreathing valve. Price on request KEVINTM INFANT CPR MANIKIN Made in USA A realistic 6 to 9 month old infant manikin for CPR training and practice. Features three sanitary, individual mouth/nose pieces (replaceable in two seconds), three disposable airway systems (replaceable in 20 seconds), and an airway cutoff and nonbreathing valve. Filled with lightweight foam. No internal parts to break. Price on request CPR Video Tape Made in USA Designed to teach the viewer basic life support prodecures, this video applies to all CPR training classes and follows the American Heart Association Standards as published in JAMA suppliment, it combines dramatic real-life emergencies with an instructional classroom format to effectively teach CPR, covers assessment, one rescuer CPR, Child CPR, Infant CPR, the ABC’s of Full-motion. (30 Minutes, Copyright 1993) Price on request
  45. 45. FIRST AID… C.D. $ 167.00 HUMAN OBSTETRICAL PELVIS Demonstration mount with Foetal Skull.( Origional Bone) Articulated Foetal Skull is attached to one end of a flexible plastic pipe. Various Skull positions prior to expulsion can be shown as well as the actual expulsion itself. Pelvic angle can be maintained by means of a thumb screws tightening device. Fully Mounted on a Wooden Base $ 667.00 All fibre Glass (Foetal skull + Articulated female pelvis) $ 300.00 CONDOM MODEL.. ERECT PENIS TO SHOW HOW TO WEAR THE CONDOM ON THE PENIS. $ 17.00 ON BOARD AND PACKED IN REXINE BAG WITH CARRYING FACILITY. AED TRAINER: The AED Trainer can be used to instruct students in the various operating modes Of defibtech DDU-100 series AED’s and in the use of an AED as part of standard Rescue protocol.Operates on rechargeable battery, battery charger, Training Pads. Price on request ADVANCED VENIPUNCTURE AND INJECTION ARM: Training arm provides…. Complete venous access for IV therapy and Phlebotomy,plus sites for itramuscular and intrdermal injections. Allows Students to practice venipuncture at ll primary and secondary locations. *Intramuscular Injections * Intradermal Injections *Replaceable skin and veins. *Flexible finger and wrist. Complete venous access; *Basilic V. *Cephalic V. *Accesory Cephalic V. * Median Cubital V. *Dorsal Metacarpal V. * Digital V. Thumb V. * Median Basilic V. *Median Cephalic V. * Medican Antebrachial V. Price on request VENIPUNCTURE ARM: The arm allows for realistic training and increased competence of medical staff. The arm is made of high quality and easy to clean soft material. Venipuncture Can be practiced as well as the correct puncture of peripheral veins for blood Sampling. Intramusculr injection can also be practiced. Price on request
  46. 46. EPISIOTOMY SUTURING SIMULATORS: These simulators provide a realistic way for students to learn good surgical techniques. MADE IN INDIA……. $ 334.00 Set of Three Pcs. As above. MADE IN U.S.A…. Price on request. AIRWAY MANAGEMENT TRAINER; “Airway Larry” ADULT AIRWAY MANAGEMENT TRAINER HEAD……………………..Price on request CHILD airway management trainers. Trainer HEAD on stand Price on request 3 Yrs. old airway management trainers. Trainer HEAD on Stand. Price on request INFANT airway management trainer. Trainer head on stand. Price on request PEDIATRIC ALS TRAINER Price on request MODELS ON ANATOMY Made of Fibre Glass…….Unbreakable……Washable……Again Paintable 1. Model of Man or Woman….Normal Size……Adult Showing superficial dissection on one side. And other side intact. Arms and legs are detachable. The internal organs in abdominal &
  47. 47. thoracicwall are shown in situ and they are detachable. $ 734.00 2. Human Torso with Head….Life size. (Male or Female) Height 38 inches excluding arms & legs. Showing superficial dissection on one side and other side intact. The internal organs in abdominal & thoracic wall are shown in situ. Half of the skull cap can be removed and brain can be taken out. $ 500.00 3. Principal Structures found within Tissue Cells 167.00 4. Head and Neck….Longitudinal Section of Head and Nec 134.00 5. Brain with Skull 150.00 6. Brain in 4 Parts 117.00 7. Nervous System 167.00 8. Midsagittal Section through the Brain 117.00 9. Structure of the Cerebellum… 10. A Superior View. An Interior View. A Sagittal View 140.00 11Sagittal Section through the Medulla Oblongata and pons showing 12. The Cranial Nerve Nuclei of Gray Matter 107.00 13. The Autonomic Nervous System 284.00 14. Spinal Cord with Spinal Nerves 167.00 15. Stretch Reflex. 167.00 16. Tendon reflex. 167.00 17. Flexor (Withdrawal) Reflex. 167.00 18. Crossed Extensor Reflex. 167.00 19. Spinal nerves of the hand… Anterior View. 167.00 20. Spinal nerves of the leg. (Distribution of Nerves from Lumber & sacral Plexuses) 167.00 21. Posterior view of the brain Stem. 150.00 22. Lymphatic System. 150.00 23. Multipolar Neuron. Bipolar Neuron. Unipolar Neuron 117.00 24. Reflex Arc..Including the Sensory receptor, Afferent Neuron, Association Neuron, Efferent Neuron and Effector organ. 100.00 25. Converging Circuit in the Spinal Cord 117.00 26. Diverging Circuit in the Spinal Cord 117.00 27. Ascending Pathway : The Dorsal Column Descending Pathway : The Pyramidal System (2 Models) 200.00 28. Somaesthetic Pathways 200.00 29. Relationship of the Lymphatic System to the Cardiovascular system. 167.00 30. The cervicle sympathetic Ganglia. 150.00 31.. Human Eye….Vertical Section ….Greatly Enlarged Showing Muscle, Optic Nerves, Crystaline Lens, Iris, Cornea etc.. 167.00 31 Human Eye ball……100 times enlarged (Detatchable) 150.00 32. Visual Central Nervous System Pathways (Superior View) 134.00 33. Ear……Large Size……Dissectable in 4 Parts 150.00
  48. 48. 34. Structure within the inner ear including the cochlea & Vastibular Apparatus. 184.00 35. Ear…Sagittal Section……On board. (External, Middle & Inner Ear) 167.00 36. Larynx……Anterior View, Posterior View, Side View, Cut away Side View & Sagittal Section (5 Models) 267.00 37. Functional Model of Larynx.. 200.00 38. Larynx……Deep Side -View 134.00 39. The Pharynx……Posterior View 134.00 40. Pharynx ….Sagittal Section 134.00 41. Tonsils……Pharyngeal, Palatine & Lingual Tonsils 117.00 42.Teeth ( Lower jaw) with structure shown 117.00 43. The Structure of tooth. 84.00 44. The Cavity in tooth. 117.00 45. The Tongue……Dorsal Surface 117.00 46. Pituitary Gland……Hypothalamus 134.00 47. Thyroid & Parathyroid Glands 134.00 48. Sagittal Section through Nasal Cavity and Pharynx Viewed From Medial Side 150.00 49. Lungs…Oneside sectioned with Respiratory Tract, Bronchial Tubes, Arteries & Veins 150.00 50. Pulmonary circulation. 184.00 51. The Respiratory System 184.00 52. Liver……Enlarged showing Gall Bladder 117.00 53. Liver with Gall Bladder & Pancreas (On Stand) 167.00 54. Blood Supply of the Liver. 150.00 55. Duct System with Gall Stones in common sites 150.00 56. The Hepatic Portal System 167.00 57. Endocrine System 184.00 58. Pancreas Enlarged 67.00 59. Structure of the Pancreas 117.00 60. Stomach……Enlarged…..with duodenum, sectioned showing details 100.00 61. An Anterior view of Abdominal aorta & Its principles branches. 184.00 62. Spleen….normal size with details 67.00 63. Gall Bladder, Pancreas & Duodenum 134.00 64. Blood Supply of the Intestine 167.00 65. Rectum (Anal Canal) 117.00 66. Large Intestine 117.00 67. Small Intestine. 117.00 68. The Digestive System 117.00 69. Heart…….Enlarged…….Separable in 4 Parts 117.00 70. Fat deposition in the arteries.. 117.00 71. Death of an Artery. 117.00 72. Artery sections with Blockage. (Plaque builtup on artery walls) 117.00 73. Principal Arteries of the body. 150.00 74. Principal Veins of the body. 150.00 75. Veins that drain the head & Neck. 150.00
  49. 49. 76. An Anterior View of the Veins that drain the upper right extremity. 184.00 77. Veins of the lower Extrimities. 184.00 78. Circulatory System 184.00 79. Relationship of the lymphatic system to the cardiovascular System. 167.00 80. Fetal Circulation 150.00 81. A Schematic Model of Circulatory System 184.00 82. Arteries of the Neck and Head. Major branches of the right Common carotid and right subclavian arteries 167.00 83. An Anterior view of the Major Arteries of the Upper Extremity 184.00 84. Arteries of the Pelvic Region 184.00 85. Arteries of the right lower Extremity (Anterior view & Posterior view) 167.00 86. Urinary System…….with Kidney and Urinary Bladder(Male) 184.00 87 Urinary System…..with Kidney & Urinary Bladder (female) 184.00 87. Kidney ……in 2 Parts…….on stand 134.00 88. Blood supply of the kidney. 167.00 89. Urinary Bladder……………..Sectioned 100.00 90. Testis…X Section 84.00 91. Cross Section of the Penis…….Anterior view (Oblique section) 117.00 92. Structure of the Penis showing the Attachment, Blood & Nerve supply and the arrangement of the erectile tissue 184.00 93. Longitudinal Section of the Female Urethra 134.00 94. Organs of the Male Reproductive System. (A Sagittal View) 184.00 95. Organs of the Female Reproductive System (A sugittal Section) 184.00 96. The Size & Position of the Uterus in a full term Pregnant Woman in a Sagittal Section 267.00 97. Uterus……Sagittal Section……with Fallopian tube…. with details 117.00 98. Uterus in section showing Sperm & Ovum in process of Fertilization. 150.00 99. Ovarian Cycle , Fertilization and the Morphofenic events of the first week. 150.00 100. Blood supply of the uterus. 150.00 101. Vascular Supply to the Uterus 150.00 102. Tubal Ligation involves removal of a portion of each uterine tube. 184.00 103. Structure of the Breast and Mamary Glands (A Sagittal section and anterior view partially sectioned) 150.00 104. The Skin…….1000 times Enlarged 134.00 105. Types of Skin Lesions…..Macule, Papule, Nodule, Wheal, Vesicle, Intra or Subepidermal blister, Pustule, Cyst, Fissure and Ulcer 134.00 106. Bone Structure……….Cross Section 134.00 107. Hair Structure………...Cross Section 134.00
  50. 50. Anatomy & Physiology of Pregnancy 108. Human Ovum Enlarged 84.00 109. Structure of Human Spermatozoon 84.00 110. Spermatogenesis and Oogenesis 150.00 111. Uterus in section showing Sperm and Ovum in process of Fertilization 150.00 112. Foetal Surface of Placenta 117.00 113. Maternal Surface of Placenta 117.00 114. Vasectomy. Tubal Ligation (Tubectomy)……Set price 150.00 115. Breast In pregnancy (Made of Fibre Glass Material) Before Puberty 84.00 At Puberty 84.00 Adolescent 84.00 Adult, conical type 84.00 Adult, well developed hemispherical type 84.00 In Pregnancy 84.00 In Lactation 84.00 Pendulous, in older multiparous woman 84.00 116. Breast in Pregnancy (Made in Silicon Material… Germany Make) 134.00 Looks natural, Feels natural. Normal labour 117. Gradual Development of Uterus from 1st month to 9 months ( 9 Models) 500.00 118. Model Showing First, Second & Third Stage of Labour 500.00 119. Half of the Pelvis with Pregnant Uterus Uterus in the 9 months. The child can be taken out…. Life size model 267.00 Abnormal Labour 120. Abnormalities of Breech Delivery…..(5 Models) Complete breech. Frank breech. Footing breech. Kneeling breech. Transverse Lie… 500.00 121. Model showing Multiple Pregnancy….Two Vertexes. Vertex & Breech. Two Breeches. Vertex & Transverse Lie. Breech & Transverse Lie. Two Transverse Lies……(6 Models) 667.00 122. Locking of Twins……. Collision. Impaction. Interlocking….(3 Models) 500.00
  51. 51. 123. PROLAPSE OF THE UMBILICAL CORD: Cord prolapsed at the Inlet. Cord prolapsed in to the vagina. Cord prolapsed through the Introitus….(3 Models) 400.00 124. Obstetrical Training Manikin Kit. (Dummy with Doll) For child birth delivery technique easy to learn (Made of Fibre Glass Material, Unbreakable) 467.00 125. Cloth Doll only……For Obstetrical Training Manikin 20.00 126. Leather Doll only…..For Obstetrical Training Manikin 34.00 127. Dummy Doll for Demonstration. (Chase Doll) Male or Female (Indian Type) for Nursing Procedure. Use ful Model for Nurses Training……Made from Fibre Glass Adult size…Life size ….Unbreakable…Washable 667.00 128. Dummy Doll for Demonstration ……Child 467.00 129. Dummy Doll for Demonstration……..Foetus 200.00 130. New Born Baby Model….Made in USA….Life like baby is only one day old Made of SOFT VINYL Rubber. Looks like Original Baby. 267.00 131. CONDOM MODEL.. ERECT PENIS TO SHOW HOW TO WEAR THE CONDOM ON THE PENIS. 17.00 ON BOARD AND PACKED IN REXINE BAG WITH CARRYING FACILITY. MODELS ON ANATOMY… DISSECTION MODELS. MODELS ON ANATOMY…….. DISSECTION OF UPPER & LOWER EXTRIMITIES……. Made of Fibre Glass Material for Understanding Dissection. EACH MODEL………………………………… $ 200.00/- EACH 1. Superficial branches of cervical plexus. 2. Dissection of the right mammary gland. 3. Contents of axilla exposed by reflexion of pectoralis major and the fascia, and removal of fat and lymph nodes. Part of axillary vein has been removed to display the medial cutaneous nerve of forearm and ulnar nerve. 4. Lymph nodes and lymph vessels of axilla and mamma. 5. Dissection of axillary artery and its branches. 6. Dissection of lower part of posterior triangle of neck showing the supraclavicular part of brachial plexus. 7. Dissection of superficial muscles and nerves of the back. 8. Superficial veins at bend of elbow in a specimen in which the median vein was large.
  52. 52. 9. Superficial lymph vessels and lymph nodes of front of upper limb. 10. Superficial lymph vessels of back of upper limb. 11. Superficial veins and nerves of front of upper limb. 12. Superficial veins and nerves of back of upper limb 13 Deltoid muscle and lateral aspect of arm. 14 Dissection of scapular region and back of arm to show the axillary and radial nerves. The lateral head of triceps has been divided and turned aside to expose the spiral groove on the humerus for the radial nerve. 15. Anastomosing arteries around the scapula. 16. Dissection of left cubital fossa. the fat has been removed and the bicipital aponeurosis cut away with the rest of the deep fascia. 17. Dissection of back of shoulder and arm. The lateral head of triceps has been divided and turned aside to expose the spiral groove on the humerus for the radial nerve. 18. Dissection of superficial muscles, arteries, and nerves of front of forearm. Part of the radial artery was removed to show the muscles deep to it. 19 Deep dissection of muscles, and nerves of front of forearm. the division of the brachial artery is slightly lower than usual. 20. Deep dissection of front of forearm. The elbow is partially flexed, the forearm semi-pronated. The superficial muscles are cut short and turned aside. The deeper parts are still further displayed by the separation of the flexor digitorum superficialis from the flexor carpi ulnaris. 21. Superficial dissection of palm to show the palmar aponeurosis. The deep fascia has been removed from the thenar and hypothenar eminences. 22. Structures in palm displayed by removal of palmar aponeurosis. In this specimen the radialis indicis and the princeps pollicis arteries took origin from the superficial palmar arch. 23 Superficial dissection of back of forearm. 24. Deep dissection of back of forearm. 25 Dissection of right femoral triangle. 26 Dissection of adductor canal in the right thigh. A portion of the sartorius has been removed. 27 Scheme of adductor group of muscles and obturator nerve. 28 Dissection of left gluteal region. Gluteus maximus and gluteus medius have been removed, and quadratus femoris has been reflected. In the specimen, the inferior gluteal artery was medial to the internal pudendal instead of lateral to it. 29 Left popliteal region after removal of the deep fascia-the muscles and fat being left undisturbed.
  53. 53. 30 Dissection of left popliteal fossa. The upper boundaries have been pulled apart and the aponeurosis to which the two heads of the gastrocnemius are attached has been split and the heads separated. For deeper dissection. 31 Dissection of left popliteal fossa. The two heads of the gastrocnemus and portions of the semimembranosus and semitendinosus have been removed. For more superficial dissections. 32 Left popliteal artery and its branches. 33 Ddissection of gluteal region and back of thigh. 34 Synovial sheaths of dorsum of foot. 35 Dissection of front and lateral side of leg. 36 Dissection of dorsum of foot. 37 Dissection of showing synovial sheaths of tendons of lateral aspect of foot. 38 Superficial dissection of leg viewed from posteromedial side, showing veins and nerves. Note the numerous anastomoses between the great and the small saphenous veins. 39. Superficial dissection of leg viewed from posterolateral side showing veins and nerves. In the specimen there were numerous large anastomosing channels between the small and the great saphenous veins. 40. Deep dissection of back of leg. 41. Dissection of medial side of ankle, showing the relations of the flexor retinaculum. (model no.-1) dissection of leg and foot showing synovial sheaths. (model no.-2) 42. Superficial dissection of sole of foot to show plantar aponeurosis. The skin and superficial fascia, except the superficial transverse ligament, have been removed, and the fibrous flexor sheaths partially opened. 43. Superficial dissection of sole of foot. The plantar aponeurosis has been revomed. The abductor digiti minimi and the abductor hallucis have been pulled aside. 44. Dissection of sole of foot. Most of the flexor digitorum brevis has been removed. 45. Deep dissection of sole of foot. 1. EMBRYONIC DEVELOPMENT FROM 1st . week to 7 week 267.00 2. Various Stages of Mitosis. 134.00 3. Ist. & 2nd Meiotic Divisions. 134.00 4. Events occurring during the 1st . and 2nd maturation division. 134.00 5. Normal Maturation Division. 167.00
  54. 54. 6. Embryo at the end of 3rd . week. 134.00 7. Maturing Follicle. 134.00 8. Maturation of Oocyte. 134.00 9. Spermatogenesis in human. 134.00 22.Important stages in transformation of the human spermatid in to spermatozon 134.00 11. Abnormal Germ Cell in Male & Female. 134.00 FIRST WEEK OF DEVELOPMENT: 1. Changes occurring in the primordial follicle during the first half of the ovarian cycle. 134.00 2. Graafian follicle just before rupture. 150.00 3. Relationship of fimbriae and ovary . 134.00 4. Development of the zygote from the two-cell stage to the late morula stage 150.00 5. Section of a 107 =- cell human blastocyst. 150.00 6. Events taking place during the 1st . week of human development. 150.00 SECOND WEEK OF DEVELOPMENT: 1. 9-Day human blastocyst. 167.00 2. 12-days human blastocyst. 167.00 3. 13-day human blastocyst. 167.00 THIRD WEEK OF DEVELOPMENT: 1. A Schematic view of an implantation site at the end of the 2nd . week. 167.00 2. A schematic view of the dorsal side of the germ disc from a 16 day embryo. 167.00 3. Formation of notochord. 134.00 4. Development of a villus. 134.00 5. Longitudinal section through a villus at the end of the 3rd . week of development. 150.00 6. A presomite embryo and the trophoblast at the end of the 3rd . week. 150.00 EMBRYONIC PERIOD… 3rd . to 8th weeks: 1. 16 day presomite embryo. 134.00 2. 19 day presomite embryo. 134.00
  55. 55. 3.Dorsal view of human embryo of 22-days seven distinct somites are visible on each side of neural tube . 150.00 4. Lateral view of a 14-somite embryo. 134.00 5. Transverse section showing development of the mesodermal germ layer. day 17. day 19 day 20 day 21. 200.00 6. Successive stages in development of a somite… 4 stages. 200.00 7. A transverse section through a 21 day embryo in the region of the mesonephros. 167.00 8. Extraembryonic blood vessel formation in the villi. 150.00 9. Sagittal midline sections of embryos at various stages of development to demonstrate cephalocaudal folding and its effect on position of the endoderm-lined cavity. 200.00 10. Transverse section through embryos at various stages of development to show the effect of lateral folding on the endoderm-lined cavity. 183.00 FETAL MEMBRANE & PLACENTA: 1. Human embryo at the beginning of the 2nd . month of development. 167.00 2. Structure of villi at various stages of development. 167.00 3. The relation of fetal membranes and wall of the uterus. 167.00 4. Placenta in the second half of pregnancy. 134.00 5. Full term placenta. 134.00 6. Development of dizygotic twins. Each embryo has its own amnion. 180.00 7. The relation of fetal membranes in monozygotic twins. 233.00 SPECIAL EMBRYOLOGY. 1. Development of the limb buds. 167.00 2. Formation of the vertebral column at various stages of development. 167.00 3. Thoracic region of a 5 week embryo. ( T . section) 167.00 4. Transverse section through an embryo of approx. 19 days. 134.00 5. Transverse section through embryo at various stages of development . 200.00 6. Development of the diaphragm. 5th week. 183.00 CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM: 1. Developing Heart tube. 167.00 2. Formation of single heart tube from paird primordia. 180.00 3. Formation of Cardiac loop. 167.00 4. Section through the heart of a 30 day embryo showing the primary interventricular foramen and entrance of the atrium into the primitive left ventricle. 167.00

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