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This department has mainly two labs.

Pharmacology lab

Experiments pertaining to human anatomy physiology and pharmacology are being conducted in thus lab. Here students are made aware of drug actions by using following instruments:

  • Organ bath used for in-vitro studies
  • Sherrington drums for recordings
  • Pleythysmometer
  • Analgesiometer
  • Pole climbing apparatus
  • Eddy’s Hot plate
  • Histamine chamber
  • Actophotometer
  • Rota rod

Human Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory

An understanding of the structure (anatomy) and function (physiology) of the human body is important in the life of every individual. Anatomy is the study of structure and structural relationships of the body and / or its parts. Physiology is the study of function of the living body and/or its parts.

The HAP lab begins with anatomical terminology and an orientation to the body, which together provide the necessary tools for studying the various body systems. The various models are used to depict the anatomy of human body e.g. model of Human Skeleton, Eye, Ear, Heart, Digestive System, Urinary system etc.

As the various organ systems of the body are introduced, the initial exercises focus on organization, from the cellular to the organ system level. As indicated by syllabus, the anatomical exercises are usually followed by physiological experiments that familiarize students with various aspects of body functioning and promote the critical understanding that function follows structure. This lab consists of instruments like:

  • Haemoglobinometer
  • Haemocytometer
  • Sphygmomanometer
  • Spirometer
  • Microscopes
  • Glucometers