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B.Sc. Critical Care Technology Admissions 2018 - 2019 Academic Year


Aspiring to become a critical care technologist? Want to work in ICUs in hospitals and take care of critically ill patients? Here in this page are the details of the course B.Sc Critical Care Technologist.

Course Name: B.Sc. Critical Care Technology
Group: B.Sc
Stream: Healthcare & Medical Science
Course Category: Medical
Duration: 3 years

Overview


Want to know what a critical care technologist does? Critical care technologist has a variety of roles to play and they work in different healthcare settings. They take care of the equipment and the monitoring devices that are used by patients requiring intensive care or are in a critical condition. They ensure that the equipment and the life support system attached to a critical care patient are all functioning correctly. Most of these medical devices such as CAT scanners, dialysis machines, etc. are set by the critical care technologists. In case of any malfunction or error in such machines, the critical care technologist repairs as well as performs maintenance checks and calibrations, if required.

Eligibility and course duration


10+2 or an equivalent qualification in the field of science. Should have studied chemistry, biology and physics in their 10+2 education with at least 50% marks in aggregate.

Duration of the course is 3 years.

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B.Sc. Critical Care Technology - Colleges & Admission Notifications

Find the list of colleges offering B.Sc. Critical Care Technology course. Check out individual college websites to know more about the admission for 2018 - 2019 academic year. You may download the application form and course details from the official college website.

College NameUniversityState
Sri Gokulam College of NursingM.G.R. Educational and Research InstituteTamil Nadu

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More about the course


B.Sc Critical Care Technology is a well in demand course. Services of a critical care technologist are highly desired in every hospital and healthcare unit. Here in this course you will be learning all about setting up medical equipment and connecting them to patients. You learn monitoring the equipment, recording the data and providing these data to the physicians. You will be also learning providing first-aid to patients in the absence of suitable medical aid. You are also taught the principle of operation and working of these medical devices. If necessary you will have to calibrate them, repair or carry out maintenance activities on them. Among the tasks of critical care technologist is helping the nursing and other paramedical staff in the use of these equipment and the need for constant monitoring. Amongst the various equipment that you handle are dialysis machine, defibrillators, blood analyzers, CAT scanners, infusion pumps, ventilators and various monitors.

Job opportunities and prospects


On finishing this course you are easily placed in the critical care industry. You work in hospitals in ICUs, emergency rooms, trauma centres and similar healthcare settings requiring emergency and critical care. Hospitals working in both the private and public sector will be in need of your services. Other places to look for employment are government hospitals, military hospitals, railway hospitals and so on. You can undertake a post graduate program like M.Sc in critical care technology. You may also get to do research work in the field by opting for a doctoral program.

B.Sc. Critical Care Technology Admissions for 2018 - 2019 Academic Year

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