BSc in Dialysis Technology
B.Sc Dialysis has been designed to offer eligible candidates a specialization in a wide range of application and technologies involved in the process of dialysis. The course focuses on the treatment of various diseases related to kidney and perform dialysis on patients suffering from kidney failure and require treatment for removing excess waste and fluids from their blood
ABOUT THE PROGRAMME
During the course, candidates are educated about various aspects and equipment used in dialysis treatment and are trained to perform various roles from equipment repair and maintenance to water treatment monitoring, to dialyzer reprocessing, vascular access monitoring as well as direct patient care. The students get an in-depth knowledge about the basic anatomy and physiology, dialysis prescription interpretation, safety and sanitation, emergency interventions, and professional standards and ethics.
DURATION: 4 Year programme including 1 year of clinical training/internship
ELIGIBILITY: A minimum percentage or equivalent aggregate of 40% is required at the level of 10th & 12th examinations, conducted by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) or any other recognized state board of the country.
Graduates of B.Sc Dialysis Therapy Technology have numerous job opportunities not only in India but all over the world. After successful completion of the course, one can find job in various government and private hospitals, and in areas like Outpatient Clinics, Freestanding Dialysis Centres, Research and Educational Institutes, which like most other careers is expected to grow with increasing time, expertise and experience in the field.
- Contemporary courses in alignment with job demands.
- B.Sc course planning and delivery through attachment with corporate hospitals.
- Special emphasis on practical exposure.
- State-of-art infrastructure.
- B.Sc Course delivery through well qualified and trained practitioners.
- Clinical attachment and practical training at reputed institutes.
- Placement support
- Possibility of global exposure