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Neuroelectrophysiology is a fast developing field in medical science. It operates the crossing of neurosciences, cellular engineering and signal processing. This course enables the neurotechniologist to perform and interpret electrophysiology procedures. The students will acquire skills to assess the patient and plan various electrodiagnostic procedures and implement them.

As neuroelectrophysiology is an integral part of neurology, the neuroelectrophysiologists are highly in demand in all hospitals. Easily placements with high remuneration are available for the neurotechnicians

 

ELIGIBILITY 

 Pass in H.Sc/Equivalent with 12 years schooling form a recognized Board or University with Science (Physics, Chemistry and

Biology or Botany and Zoology)and English with Minimum of 45% of mark

 

   

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Respiratory therapy technicians work with physicians and respiratory therapists to help patients with breathing problems. They assist in treating, evaluating and caring for patients. These workers also perform procedures under the guidance of a therapist or physician.

Respiratory therapy technicians work in medical care settings that provide respiratory therapy, such as hospitals or nursing care facilities. Those who work in settings that care for individuals with contagious illnesses, like hospitals, may be exposed to such diseases.

 

The majority of respiratory therapists work full-time, and their technicians may do so as well. Technicians must be physically able to assist patients and work well with others.

 

ELIGIBILITY 

 Pass in H.Sc/Equivalent with 12 years schooling form a recognized Board or University with Science (Physics, Chemistry and Biology or Botany and Zoology)and English with Minimum of 45% of mark

 

    

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Cardiovascular Perfusionists are important members of the open-heart surgical team whose primary role is to conduct cardiopulmonary bypass using a heart-lung machine and other ancillary equipment. They closely monitor the patient's blood flow and other vital signs during open heart surgery and are also responsible for administering intravenous fluids, blood products and anesthetic drugs.

Perfusionists are also experts of other life support equipment such as ventricular assist devices and intra-aortic balloon pumps. The primary aim of B.Sc Cardiac Perfusion Technology is to academically and clinically prepare the cardiovascular perfusion student for professional practice.

The curriculum focuses on developing a strong knowledge base in cardiothoracic anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology, as well as pharmacology, fetal and neonatal cardiac development and perfusion science. 

 

ELIGIBILITY  

Pass in H.Sc/Equivalent with 12 years schooling form a recognized Board or University with Science (Physics, Chemistry and Biology or Botany and Zoology) and English with Minimum of 45%  mark

 

           

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The course is designed to prepare students to administer hemodialysis treatments for patients with renal failure, under the supervision of a physician

Dialysis technicians monitor and operate dialysis machineries, which removes waste and excess fluids from the blood of patients whose kidneys are no longer functioning properly. In addition to preparing patient and monitoring dialysis treatment, dialysis technicians also prepare post treatment reports 

 

LIGIBILITY  

 

Pass in H.Sc/Equivalent with 12 years schooling form a recognized Board or University with Science (Physics, Chemistry and Biology or Botany and Zoology) and English with Minimum of 45%  mark

 

  

ABOUT THE COURSE

Medical Laboratory technology is conscientious for performing laboratory investigations as a medical laboratory scientist (MLS), Clinical Laboratory scientist (CLS), Medical laboratory technician or technologist (MLT). It is a healthcare professional who performs chemical, hematological, immunologic, histopathological, cytopathological, microscopic and bacteriological diagnostic analyses on body fluids such as blood, urine, sputum, stool, cerebrospinal fluid, peritoneal fluid, pericardial fluid and synovial fluid as well as other specimens. Those intellectuals work in clinical laboratories at hospitals, reference labs, biotechnology labs and non clinical industrial labs. As vital members of the health care team, medical laboratory professionals play a critical role in collecting the information needed to give the best care to an ill or injured patient. The fact is that the practice of modern medicine would be impossible without the tests performed in the laboratory. The candidates are well trained to handle sophisticated laboratory equipment, including cell counters, microscopes and automated analyzers. These devices are used to search for parasites, bacteria and other microorganisms. Medical laboratory technicians carry out less complicated procedures and tests than do medical laboratory technologists.

 

 ELIGIBILITY

Pass in H.Sc / Equivalent with 12 years schooling from a recognized Board or University with Science (Physics, Chemistry and Biology or Botany and Zoology) and English with Minimum of 45% Mark