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4-YEAR B.Sc Dialysis Therapy Technology In collaboration with premium industry partners (eg: Fortis Health Care and Nephroplus India pvt)

A hands-on, comprehensive program that focuses on various aspects of haemodialysis including managing various intra-dialytic complications and integrates classroom courses with compulsory rotatory internship

Course Duration

4 years or 8 semesters

Internship Opportunity

As part of the curriculum, students would be required to undergo a 6 month stint of industrial training

Campus Recruitment

Assured Placement Assistance in various Hospitals and Diagnostic centres and Medical Equipment Companies

Eligibility

  • The student seeking admission in B.Sc. Dialysis Therapy technology program should have minimum 60% marks in 12th grade or equivalent exam with Chemistry and Physics as compulsory subjects. The admission is based purely on merit. During admission process, the University follows reservation policy as decided by the State.

Program Highlights

Dialysis is the artificial process of eliminating waste (diffusion) and unwanted water (ultra- filtration) from the blood. Our kidneys do this naturally, however some people may have failed or damaged kidneys which cannot carry out the function properly. They may need dialysis. Students are trained to operate Dialysis equipment, inspect and maintain it. Other than technical training, subjects like human anatomy and physiology, renal diseases, other relevant diseases, blood chemistry, etc. are also covered in this course.

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4-YEAR B.Sc Allied Health Sciences, Dialysis Therapy Technology

Dialysis is a procedure to keep the body running as normal as possible while the kidneys are under repair or while a person waits for a kidney transplant. Without working kidneys or dialysis, salts and other waste products would accumulate in the blood and poison the person. Typical Haemodialysis treatments (using an artificial kidney) last about four hours and are needed about three times a week. Dialysis Therapists work with people whose kidneys no longer work properly or at all. Also sometimes referred to as Haemodialysis Technologists or patient care technologists (PCTs); they operate machines that remove wastes, salt, and extra water from patients’ blood while keeping safe levels of electrolytes in the body.

The Dialysis therapists prepare patients and provide dialysis treatment safely and inform nephrologist regarding patient condition during the treatment and be able to provide suggestions regarding dialysis prescription for providing a safe dialysis treatment to patient if necessary. Dialysis Therapist is responsible for quality of haemodialysis providing to patient including dialysis water quality, monitoring of patients as well as machine during treatment and the management of complications.

Professional Competency statements after completion of the program

1. Demonstrate ability to formulate and implement a plan for examination of the patient.
2. Demonstrate ability to manage acute emergent complications on dialysis
3. Perform peritoneal dialysis
4. Administer medications under the supervision of nephrologist
5. Demonstrates ability to provide safe and effective care to the individual
6. Understands the process of operating dialysis equipment and how to perform alternate dialysis procedures.
7. Assesses the patient for any complications with an understanding of the problem and recognizes the need to report the complications to the physician or nephrologist
8. Responds effectively to the physical and emotional needs of the patient undergoing dialysis treatment

Dialysis is a procedure to keep the body running as normal as possible while the kidneys are under repair or while a person waits for a kidney transplant. Without working kidneys or dialysis, salts and other waste products would accumulate in the blood and poison the person. Typical Haemodialysis treatments (using an artificial kidney) last about four hours and are needed about three times a week. Dialysis Therapists work with people whose kidneys no longer work properly or at all. Also sometimes referred to as Haemodialysis Technologists or patient care technologists (PCTs); they operate machines that remove wastes, salt, and extra water from patients’ blood while keeping safe levels of electrolytes in the body. The Dialysis therapists prepare patients and provide dialysis treatment safely and inform nephrologist regarding patient condition during the treatment and be able to provide suggestions regarding dialysis prescription for providing a safe dialysis treatment to patient if necessary. Dialysis Therapist is responsible for quality of haemodialysis providing to patient including dialysis water quality, monitoring of patients as well as machine during treatment and the management of complications.

After the program you could be a

  • Haemodialysis Technologist
  • Peritoneal dialysis coordinator
  • Plasmapheresis Technologist
  • Continuous Renal Replacement Therapist in ICU
  • Hemoperfusion technologist
  • Application specialist in companies
  • Haemodialysis Technologist
  • Peritoneal dialysis coordinator
  • Plasmapheresis Technologist
  • Continuous Renal Replacement Therapist in ICU
  • Hemoperfusion technologist
  • Application specialist in companies

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About Chitkara University

In the year 2002, Chitkara Educational Trust established its Punjab campus 30 kilometres from Chandigarh, on the Chandigarh–Patiala National Highway. In the year 2010 Chitkara University was established by the Punjab State Legislature under “The Chitkara University Act”.

Chitkara University, the best university in Punjab is a government-recognized university with the right to confer degrees as per the Sections 2(f) and 22(1) of the UGC Act, 1956.We have launched full- time pathway degree programs in Academic Mentorship with some leading colleges and Universities of the world so that our students get access to globally relevant curriculum, and exposure to accomplished international faculty.

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