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GPSC Paediatrics Syllabus 2021 PDF | Download Exam Pattern Details!!: The Gujarat Public Service Commission (GPSC) officials has going to conduct the written examination for the post of Paediatrics (Specialist Service). So many applicants have applied for Paediatrics (Specialist Service) Exam and waiting to know how to prepare for the examination. Using this link one can easily get a clear idea about the preparation of the GPSC Paediatrics Exam. For the sake of candidates, We have inserted the direct download link below.

GPSC Paediatrics (Specialist Service) Combined Syllabus 2021 PDF – Complete Details

GPSC Paediatrics Syllabus 2021 PDF
GPSC Paediatrics Syllabus 2021 PDF
Download GPSC Specialist Service Combined Syllabus 2021 Details
Organization NameGujarat Public Service Commission (GPSC)
Post NamePaediatrics (Specialist Service)
VacancyVarious
CategorySyllabus
Selection ProcessWritten Exam, Interview
Official Sitegpsc.gujarat.gov.in or gpsc-ojas.gujarat.gov.in

GPSC Paediatrics Exam Pattern 2021

PaperMediumTotal Marks
Paper-1Gujarati100
Paper-2English200

GPSC Paediatrics Combined Syllabus 2021

Basic Sciences:
Principles of inheritance, chromosomal disorders. single-gene disorders, multifactorial/ polygenic disorders, genetic diagnosis and prenatal diagnosis. pedigree drawing, Embryogenesis or different organ system especially the heart. the genitourinary system, gastrointestinal tract Applied anatomy and functions of different organ systems. Physiology of micturition and defecation: placental physiology: foetal and neonatal circulation regulation of temperature, blood pressure, acid-base balance. fluid electrolyte balance and calcium metabolism. Vitamins and their functions. Haematopoiesis. haemostasis, bilirubin metabolism. Growth and development at different ages, growth charts: puberty and it’s regulation Nutrition Pharmacokinetics of requirements and sources of various nutrients. common drugs. microbial agents and their epidemiology. Basic immunology, ethical and medico-legal issues
Growth and development:
Principles of growth and development, normal growth and development, abnormal growth and development sexual maturation and its disturbances. failure to thrive and short stature. Autism (as mentioned in objective 21)
Neonatology:
Perinatal care, low birth weight, care in the labour room and resuscitation. new-born feeding. prematurity. respiratory distress. common transient phenomena, apnoea. infections, anaemia and bleeding disorders, jaundice, gastrointestinal disorders, neurologic disorders, malformations, renal disorders, understanding of perinatal medicine, thermoregulation and its disorders.
Nutrition:
maternal nutritional disorders. nutrition for the low birth weight impact on the focal outcome. breastfeeding. infant feeding including, vitamin and mineral deficiencies, complementary feeding, protein-energy malnutrition, obesity, adolescent nutrition. parenteral and enteral nutrition, nutritional management of systemic illness (GL. hepatic, renal illness).
Cardiovascular:
Congenital heart diseases, rheumatic fever and rheumatic heart (Ivanovic and a cyanotic) disease, infective endocarditis, arrhythmia, disease of myocardium. diseases of the pericardium (cardiomyopathy. myocarditis). systemic hypertension.
Respiratory:
Congenital and acquired disorders of the nose, infections of upper respiratory tract tonsils and adenoids, obstructive sleep apnoea, congenital anomalies of lower respiratory tract acute upper airway obstruction, foreign body in larynx trachea & bronchus. subglottic stenosis (acute, chronic) asthma. pneumonia, bronchiolitis, aspiration pneumonia, GER, recurrent, interstitial pneumonia, supportive lung disease: atelectasis. lung cysts, mediastinal mass, diseases of pleura.
Gastrointestinal and liver disease:

The disease of the oral cavity, disorders of deglutition and oesophagus, peptic ulcer disease, congenital pyloric stenosis, intestinal obstruction, acute & chronic pancreatic disorders. malabsorption syndrome, acute, persistent and chronic diarrhoea. irritable bowel syndrome, inflammatory bowel disease, Hirsch sprung disease, anorectal malformations, hepatitis, hepatic failure, chronic liver disease, and Budd-Chiari syndrome, metabolic diseases of liver, cirrhosis and portal hypertension.

Nephrology and Urologic disorders:
Acute and chronic glomerulonephritis, nephrotic syndrome. haemolytic uremic syndrome, urinary tract infection, VUR and renal scarring. involvement in systemic diseases, renal tubular disorders, neurogenic bladder, voiding dysfunction, congenital and hereditary renal disorders. renal and bladder stones. posterior urethral valves, hydronephrosis, undescended testis, hernia, hydrocele Wilms tumour.
Neurologic disorders:
Seizure and non-seizure paroxysmal events, epilepsy, epileptic syndromes, meningitis. encephalitis, brain abscess, febrile encephalopathies, Guillain-Barre syndrome. neurocysticercosis and other neuroinfestations, HIV encephalopathy. SSPE. cerebral palsy. neurometabolic disorders, neurodegenerative disorders, neuromuscular disorders, mental retardation, learning disabilities, muscular dystrophies. acute flaccid paralysis and AFP surveillance, malformations, movement disorders, Tumours.
Haematology & Oncology:
Deficiency anaemias, haemolytic anaemias, aplastic anaemia, pancytopenia. thrombocytopenia, disorders of haemostasis. blood component therapy. transfusion-related infections, bone marrow transplant stem cell transplant. acute and chronic leukaemia, myelodysplastic syndrome, lymphoma, neuroblastoma, hypercoagulable states
Endocrinology:
Hypopituitarism/hypopituitarism, diabetes insipidus. pubertal disorders, hypo- and hyper-thyroids, adrenal insufficiency. Cushing’s syndrome, adrenogenital syndromes, diabetes mellitus, hypoglycaemia, short stature. gonadal dysfunction and intersexuality, obesity.
Infections:
Bacterial (including tuberculosis), viral (including HIV), fungal, parasitic. rickettsial, mycoplasma, protozoal and parasitic, nosocomial infections, control of epidemics and infection prevention, safe disposal of infective material.
Emergency and Critical Care:
Emergency care of shock, cardio-respiratory arrest, respiratory failure, acute renal failure, status epilepticus. acute severe asthma, fluid and electrolyte disturbances. acid-base disturbances, poisoning, accidents. Scorpion and snake bites.
Immunology and Rheumatology:
Arthritis (acute and chronic), vasculitides, immunodeficiency syndromes. systemic lupus erythematosus.
ENT:
Acute and chronic otitis media, hearing loss, post-diphtheritic palatal palsy acute chronic tonsillitis/adenoids, allergic rhinitis sinusitis, foreign body.
Skin Diseases:
Exanthemata’s illnesses, vascular lesions. pigment disorders, vesiculobullous disorders, infections. Steven-Johnson syndrome, atopic, seborrheic dermatitis, drug rash, alopecia, ichthyosis.
Eye problems:
Refraction &accommodation, partial/total loss of vision, cataract, night blindness. strabismus. conjunctival and corneal disorders, disorders of the retina, including tumours.
Behavioural and Developmental disorders:
Rumination. pica, enuresis. encopresis, sleep disorders, habit disorders. breath-holding spells, anxiety disorders, mood disorders. temper tantrums, attention deficit hyperactivity disorders, autism (as mentioned in objective 21).
Orthopaedics:
Major congenital orthopaedic deformities, bone and joint infections, common bone tumours.
Approach to Clinical Problems:
  • Growth and development: precocious and delayed puberty, developmental delay, impaired learning
  • Neonatology: low birth weight new-born, sick new-born
  • Nutrition: lactation management and complementary, protein-energy malnutrition feeding (underweight, wasting, stunting), failure to thrive and micronutrient deficiencies
  • Respiratory: Cough/chronic cough, haemoptysis, wheezy child, respiratory distress
  • Infections: acute onset pyrexia, prolonged pyrexia with and, recurrent infections without localizing signs, nosocomial infections, fever with exanthem.
  • Renal: Haematuria/dysuria, bladder/bowel incontinence, voiding dysfunctions renal failure (acute and chronic). hypertension
  • Haematology and Oncology: anaemia, bleeding
  • Neurology: limping child, convulsions. paraplegia, quadriplegia. cerebral palsy macrocephaly and microcephaly. floppy infant, acute flaccid parvis. headache
  • Endocrine: thyroid swelling, ambiguous genitalia, obesity short stature
  • Miscellaneous: skin rash, lymphadenopathy epistaxis. proptosis. arthralgia, arthritis.

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