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Faculty of Allied Health Sciences

Faculty of Allied Health Sciences offers B.Sc. programs that are truly innovative and address the emerging areas at the interface of two or three disciplines. These programs are well-designed, multidisciplinary courses with the unique advantage of MAHER highly qualified faculty members and state-of-art facilities. These courses generate highly well trained skilled experts in the field of Allied Health Science Professional to fulfil the requirement and demand of industry and society. Students acquire skills, learn methodologies and tools for effective interdisciplinary collaboration and structured problem solving for their professional success.

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B.Sc. Allied Health Sciences

  • B.Sc. Anaesthesia Technology
  • B.Sc. Cardiovascular Technology
  • B.Sc. Medical Lab Technology
  • B.Sc. Perfusion Technology
  • B.Sc. Physician assistant Technology
  • B.Sc. Radiology and Imaging Technology
  • B.Sc. Renal dialysis Technology
  • B.Sc. Respiratory Technology
B.Sc Anaesthesia Technology

Anesthesia Technology (AT) program trains the professional to facilitate the surgical procedures both planned and emergency, by preparing in advance the equipment that are necessary for any surgical procedures. They also play a vital role in administration and monitoring of anesthesia and has an extensive knowledge of anesthesia techniques, instruments, supplies, and technology.

OTAT professionals are mainly employed by anesthesia departments or operating theatre suites, but can be found in other areas of clinical practice including emergency departments, intensive care units (ICU) and day surgery clinics. Graduates have good employment prospects, and will enter a field in which the demand for professionals has increased in recent years and will keep on increasing due to changing environment and disease conditions.

I YearAnatomy: General Anatomy & Histology
 Physiology: Physiological functions of the body
 Biochemistry: Elementary aspects of Biochemistry
 Pathology: Basics of General pathology
 Microbiology: Elementary Microbiology
 Pharmacology
 Principles of Management
 Basics of Computer science
 English

 

II yearMedical Ethics
 Medicine Outlines
 Principles of Anaesthesia -I
III yearIntroduction to Surgery and CSSD
 Anaesthesia for Specialties    
 Principles of Anaesthesia -II 
B.Sc Cardiovascular Technology

Cardio vascular Technology consists of three years of clinical faculty supervised theoretic learning and one-year internship programme. The cardio-pulmonary technologist is qualified by specific didactic, laboratory, and clinical technological education to perform and/or assist in various invasive and non-invasive cardiovascular procedures. Upon completion of the 3-year course and one-year internship the candidates will evolve into a full trained, qualified cardiovascular technologist capable of working independently.

The role of the cardiovascular technologists was to review and/or record patient history, performing appropriate clinical procedures of cardiovascular diagnostic and therapeutic services and also participating in interventional cardiovascular catheterization and/or cardiac electrophysiology procedures.

Cardiovascular technologists may provide their services to patients in any medical setting under the supervision of a doctor. The job opportunities for cardiovascular technologist were available in invasive cardiovascular catheterization laboratories, cardiac electrophysiology labs, non-invasive cardiovascular laboratories, including adult and pediatric echocardiography laboratories etc.

I YearAnatomy: General Anatomy & Histology
 Physiology: Physiological functions of the body
 Biochemistry: Elementary aspects of Biochemistry
 Pathology: Basics of General pathology
 Microbiology: Elementary Microbiology
 Pharmacology
 Principles of Management
 Basics of Computer science
 English

 

II yearMedical Ethics
 Medicine Outlines
 Principles of Anaesthesia -I
III yearIntroduction to Surgery and CSSD
 Anaesthesia for Specialties
 Principles of Anaesthesia -II
B.Sc. Medical Lab Technology

Medical laboratory technology deals with all the clinical laboratory investigations on various samples for laboratory diagnosis of different disease conditions. Presently, the practice of modern medicine would be near impossible without the tests performed in the laboratory. 

A medical laboratory professional (also referred to as a Medical Laboratory Technologist, a Clinical Laboratory Scientist or Clinical Laboratory Technologist) is a healthcare professional who performs chemical, hematological, immunologic, microscopic and microbiological diagnostic analyses on body fluids, as well as other specimens.

Medical laboratory scientists work in clinical laboratories at hospitals, reference laboratories, biotechnology laboratories and non-clinical industrial labs.

Medical laboratory professionals have unlimited choices of practice settings. Hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, public health facilities, and commercial laboratories all have positions open for qualified laboratory professionals.

I YearAnatomy: General Anatomy & Histology
 Physiology: Physiological functions of the body
 Biochemistry: Elementary aspects of Biochemistry
 Pathology: Basics of General pathology
 Microbiology: Elementary Microbiology
 Pharmacology
 Principles of Management
 Basics of Computer science
 English

 

II yearHaematology and Clinical Pathology
 Clinical Bio chemistry -I
 Systematic Bacteriology Immunology and Mycology

 

III yearHistopathology and Cytology
 Clinical Bio chemistry -II
 Virology, Parasitology and Clinical Microbiology

 

B.Sc. Perfusion Technology

Perfusion Technology are health professionals who are trained to operate, maintain, and record the output of a cardiopulmonary bypass (CPB) machine which is also known as a heart-lung machine. Perfusionists also participate in heart surgeries as well as cardiac transplants, cardiovascular surgeries, and specialized chemotherapy procedures. They are also experts of other life support equipment such as ventricular assist devices, extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) and intra-aortic balloon pumps. The personnel who carry out these responsibilities also must have adequate knowledge of structure and function of the human body, especially the cardiovascular system. The graduate program in cardiovascular perfusion technology consists of three years of supervised theoretic learning and one-year internship programme. Upon completion of the program the candidates will evolve into a fully trained, qualified cardiovascular perfusion technologist capable of working independently.

I YearAnatomy: General Anatomy & Histology
 Physiology: Physiological functions of the body
 Biochemistry: Elementary aspects of Biochemistry
 Pathology: Basics of General pathology
 Microbiology: Elementary Microbiology
 Pharmacology
 Principles of Management
 Basics of Computer science
 English

 

II yearPrinciples of Perfusion Technology I
 Introduction to Surgery and CSSD

 

III yearCardio Pulmonary Bypass complication
 Principles of Perfusion Technology-II

 

B.Sc. Physician assistant Technology

Physician Assistants (PA) are healthcare professionals trained to provide diagnostic, therapeutic and preventive health care services in all health specialties, as delegated by a doctor. The Physician Assistants work in different departments such as Out-Patient units, Operation theatres, Catheterization labs, Cardiac care units, Intensive care units, Organ Transplant units, Reproductive Medicine, general medicine, ENT, nephrology, urology, gastroenterology, pediatrics, geriatrics Obstetrics department, Orthopaedics and trauma care, Radiation therapy unit and Nuclear Medicine.

The scope of this course is fabulous in our country. Plenty of job opportunities are available in medical software companies, medical coding, medical transcription, pharma industry, medical devices manufacturing companies, medical tourism, and medical insurance. Besides, they will be appointed as coordinators for various clinical trials.

I YearAnatomy: General Anatomy & Histology
 Physiology: Physiological functions of the body
 Biochemistry: Elementary aspects of Biochemistry
 Pathology: Basics of General pathology
 Microbiology: Elementary Microbiology
 Pharmacology
 Principles of Management
 Basics of Computer science
 English

 

II yearMedicine Outline
 Paediatrics and Geriatrics
 Surgery and Obstetrics and Gynaecology

 

III yearCardiology and Cardiac Surgery and Neurology
 
Gastroenterology /Orthopeadic Nephrology/Pulmonology

 

B.Sc. Radiology and Imaging Technology

B.Sc. Radiology and Imaging Technology is the healthcare profession associated with the direct administration of radiation (x-rays) to assess injury and diagnosis of disease. Medical Radiology and Imaging technology is extremely specialized and advanced science requiring competently trained personnel in radiographic positioning and exposure technique.

The students will acquire a broad & detailed knowledge in medical imaging which will help them be a new generation in imaging technology by operating advanced equipment such as CT (computed tomography), MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) DSA, DEXA, mammography, CR, DR, fluoroscopy and digital mobile X-ray machines and will have the opportunity to develop important practical skills in organizing radiological department.

I YearAnatomy: General Anatomy & Histology
 Physiology: Physiological functions of the body
 Biochemistry: Elementary aspects of Biochemistry
 Pathology: Basics of General pathology
 Microbiology: Elementary Microbiology
 Pharmacology
 Principles of Management
 Basics of Computer science
 English

 

II yearClinical Radiography
 
X-ray film /Image Processing Techniques (Including dark room Techniques)
 Contrast and Special Radiography Procedures

 

III yearEquipment’s of Modern Imaging Modalities
 
Modern Imaging Techniques and Recent Trends in Imaging
 
Quality control Radiobiology and Radiation Safety in Radio diagnosis Imaging

 

B.Sc. Renal dialysis Technology

Renal Dialysis Technology are healthcare professionals who performs and monitor renal replacement therapies such as haemodialysis, peritoneal dialysis and continuous renal replacement therapy for patients with chronic kidney disease or acute kidney injury. The increasing incidence and prevalence of chronic kidney disease (CKD) in recent years lead to the invention of modern technology and techniques in the dialysis process and opened many new options for those who require frequent dialysis procedures.

Three-year graduate program with one-year of compulsory internship in Dialysis provides students with the opportunity to study the basic medical science of the renal system, principles and practice of dialysis technology including monitoring and troubleshooting and recent advancement in dialysis technology.

A dialysis technologist can set up, evaluate, operate, and troubleshoot dialysis machines, and this knowledge can be used to find work in quality control or other areas in dialysis machine manufacturing. In addition to the renal replacement therapies, the students were trained in specialized extracorporeal procedures such as hemoperfusion, plasmapheresis, liver dialysis, and immunoadsorption and immunomodulation techniques.

I YearAnatomy: General Anatomy & Histology
 Physiology: Physiological functions of the body
 Biochemistry: Elementary aspects of Biochemistry
 Pathology: Basics of General pathology
 Microbiology: Elementary Microbiology
 Pharmacology
 Principles of Management
 Basics of Computer science
 English

 

II yearMedicine Outline
 Principles of Renal Dialysis Technology – I 
 Introduction to Surgery & CSSD
III yearPrinciples of Intensive Care
 Principles of Renal Dialysis – II
 Recent Advances in RRT
B.Sc. Respiratory Technology

Respiratory Technology is an upcoming branch of Healthcare profession devoted to the scientific application of technology in order to assist in the diagnosis, treatment, management and care of patients with cardiopulmonary and associated disorders.

Respiratory Therapists are important members of modern healthcare teams. They have specialized medical expertise and use their knowledge and skills to provide safe, high-quality care to the patients.

The curriculum is developed to educate students to transform them to highly skilled Respiratory therapist. In addition, they are also given orientation in Research and education. The job opportunities are abundant in Critical care, Acute care (hospital), Emergency care, Paediatric care and Outpatient / homecare settings.

I YearAnatomy: General Anatomy & Histology
 Physiology: Physiological functions of the body
 Biochemistry: Elementary aspects of Biochemistry
 Pathology: Basics of General pathology
 Microbiology: Elementary Microbiology
 Pharmacology
 Principles of Management
 Basics of Computer science
 English

 

II yearRespiratory Disease
 Cardio Vascular Disease
 Diagnostic Techniques in Cardio Respiratory Disease
 Diagnostic Techniques in Cardio Respiratory Disease
III yearRespiratory Therapy Techniques I
 Respiratory Therapy Techniques II
 Life Support System
 Cardio Pulmonary Rehabilitation
B.Sc Anaesthesia Technology

Anesthesia Technology (AT) program trains the professional to facilitate the surgical procedures both planned and emergency, by preparing in advance the equipment that are necessary for any surgical procedures. They also play a vital role in administration and monitoring of anesthesia and has an extensive knowledge of anesthesia techniques, instruments, supplies, and technology.

OTAT professionals are mainly employed by anesthesia departments or operating theatre suites, but can be found in other areas of clinical practice including emergency departments, intensive care units (ICU) and day surgery clinics. Graduates have good employment prospects, and will enter a field in which the demand for professionals has increased in recent years and will keep on increasing due to changing environment and disease conditions.

I YearAnatomy: General Anatomy & Histology
 Physiology: Physiological functions of the body
 Biochemistry: Elementary aspects of Biochemistry
 Pathology: Basics of General pathology
 Microbiology: Elementary Microbiology
 Pharmacology
 Principles of Management
 Basics of Computer science
 English

 

II yearMedical Ethics
 Medicine Outlines
 Principles of Anaesthesia -I
III yearIntroduction to Surgery and CSSD
 Anaesthesia for Specialties    
 Principles of Anaesthesia -II 
B.Sc Cardiovascular Technology

Cardio vascular Technology consists of three years of clinical faculty supervised theoretic learning and one-year internship programme. The cardio-pulmonary technologist is qualified by specific didactic, laboratory, and clinical technological education to perform and/or assist in various invasive and non-invasive cardiovascular procedures. Upon completion of the 3-year course and one-year internship the candidates will evolve into a full trained, qualified cardiovascular technologist capable of working independently.

The role of the cardiovascular technologists was to review and/or record patient history, performing appropriate clinical procedures of cardiovascular diagnostic and therapeutic services and also participating in interventional cardiovascular catheterization and/or cardiac electrophysiology procedures.

Cardiovascular technologists may provide their services to patients in any medical setting under the supervision of a doctor. The job opportunities for cardiovascular technologist were available in invasive cardiovascular catheterization laboratories, cardiac electrophysiology labs, non-invasive cardiovascular laboratories, including adult and pediatric echocardiography laboratories etc.

I YearAnatomy: General Anatomy & Histology
 Physiology: Physiological functions of the body
 Biochemistry: Elementary aspects of Biochemistry
 Pathology: Basics of General pathology
 Microbiology: Elementary Microbiology
 Pharmacology
 Principles of Management
 Basics of Computer science
 English

 

II yearMedical Ethics
 Medicine Outlines
 Principles of Anaesthesia -I
III yearIntroduction to Surgery and CSSD
 Anaesthesia for Specialties
 Principles of Anaesthesia -II
B.Sc. Medical Lab Technology

Medical laboratory technology deals with all the clinical laboratory investigations on various samples for laboratory diagnosis of different disease conditions. Presently, the practice of modern medicine would be near impossible without the tests performed in the laboratory. 

A medical laboratory professional (also referred to as a Medical Laboratory Technologist, a Clinical Laboratory Scientist or Clinical Laboratory Technologist) is a healthcare professional who performs chemical, hematological, immunologic, microscopic and microbiological diagnostic analyses on body fluids, as well as other specimens.

Medical laboratory scientists work in clinical laboratories at hospitals, reference laboratories, biotechnology laboratories and non-clinical industrial labs.

Medical laboratory professionals have unlimited choices of practice settings. Hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, public health facilities, and commercial laboratories all have positions open for qualified laboratory professionals.

I YearAnatomy: General Anatomy & Histology
 Physiology: Physiological functions of the body
 Biochemistry: Elementary aspects of Biochemistry
 Pathology: Basics of General pathology
 Microbiology: Elementary Microbiology
 Pharmacology
 Principles of Management
 Basics of Computer science
 English

 

II yearHaematology and Clinical Pathology
 Clinical Bio chemistry -I
 Systematic Bacteriology Immunology and Mycology

 

III yearHistopathology and Cytology
 Clinical Bio chemistry -II
 Virology, Parasitology and Clinical Microbiology

 

B.Sc. Medical Lab Technology

Medical laboratory technology deals with all the clinical laboratory investigations on various samples for laboratory diagnosis of different disease conditions. Presently, the practice of modern medicine would be near impossible without the tests performed in the laboratory. 

A medical laboratory professional (also referred to as a Medical Laboratory Technologist, a Clinical Laboratory Scientist or Clinical Laboratory Technologist) is a healthcare professional who performs chemical, hematological, immunologic, microscopic and microbiological diagnostic analyses on body fluids, as well as other specimens.

Medical laboratory scientists work in clinical laboratories at hospitals, reference laboratories, biotechnology laboratories and non-clinical industrial labs.

Medical laboratory professionals have unlimited choices of practice settings. Hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, public health facilities, and commercial laboratories all have positions open for qualified laboratory professionals.

I YearAnatomy: General Anatomy & Histology
 Physiology: Physiological functions of the body
 Biochemistry: Elementary aspects of Biochemistry
 Pathology: Basics of General pathology
 Microbiology: Elementary Microbiology
 Pharmacology
 Principles of Management
 Basics of Computer science
 English

 

II yearHaematology and Clinical Pathology
 Clinical Bio chemistry -I
 Systematic Bacteriology Immunology and Mycology

 

III yearHistopathology and Cytology
 Clinical Bio chemistry -II
 Virology, Parasitology and Clinical Microbiology

 

B.Sc. Physician assistant Technology

Physician Assistants (PA) are healthcare professionals trained to provide diagnostic, therapeutic and preventive health care services in all health specialties, as delegated by a doctor. The Physician Assistants work in different departments such as Out-Patient units, Operation theatres, Catheterization labs, Cardiac care units, Intensive care units, Organ Transplant units, Reproductive Medicine, general medicine, ENT, nephrology, urology, gastroenterology, pediatrics, geriatrics Obstetrics department, Orthopaedics and trauma care, Radiation therapy unit and Nuclear Medicine.

The scope of this course is fabulous in our country. Plenty of job opportunities are available in medical software companies, medical coding, medical transcription, pharma industry, medical devices manufacturing companies, medical tourism, and medical insurance. Besides, they will be appointed as coordinators for various clinical trials.

I YearAnatomy: General Anatomy & Histology
 Physiology: Physiological functions of the body
 Biochemistry: Elementary aspects of Biochemistry
 Pathology: Basics of General pathology
 Microbiology: Elementary Microbiology
 Pharmacology
 Principles of Management
 Basics of Computer science
 English

 

II yearMedicine Outline
 Paediatrics and Geriatrics
 Surgery and Obstetrics and Gynaecology

 

III yearCardiology and Cardiac Surgery and Neurology
 
Gastroenterology /Orthopeadic Nephrology/Pulmonology

 

B.Sc. Radiology and Imaging Technology

B.Sc. Radiology and Imaging Technology is the healthcare profession associated with the direct administration of radiation (x-rays) to assess injury and diagnosis of disease. Medical Radiology and Imaging technology is extremely specialized and advanced science requiring competently trained personnel in radiographic positioning and exposure technique.

The students will acquire a broad & detailed knowledge in medical imaging which will help them be a new generation in imaging technology by operating advanced equipment such as CT (computed tomography), MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) DSA, DEXA, mammography, CR, DR, fluoroscopy and digital mobile X-ray machines and will have the opportunity to develop important practical skills in organizing radiological department.

I YearAnatomy: General Anatomy & Histology
 Physiology: Physiological functions of the body
 Biochemistry: Elementary aspects of Biochemistry
 Pathology: Basics of General pathology
 Microbiology: Elementary Microbiology
 Pharmacology
 Principles of Management
 Basics of Computer science
 English

 

II yearClinical Radiography
 
X-ray film /Image Processing Techniques (Including dark room Techniques)
 Contrast and Special Radiography Procedures

 

III yearEquipment’s of Modern Imaging Modalities
 
Modern Imaging Techniques and Recent Trends in Imaging
 
Quality control Radiobiology and Radiation Safety in Radio diagnosis Imaging

 

B.Sc. Renal dialysis Technology

Renal Dialysis Technology are healthcare professionals who performs and monitor renal replacement therapies such as haemodialysis, peritoneal dialysis and continuous renal replacement therapy for patients with chronic kidney disease or acute kidney injury. The increasing incidence and prevalence of chronic kidney disease (CKD) in recent years lead to the invention of modern technology and techniques in the dialysis process and opened many new options for those who require frequent dialysis procedures.

Three-year graduate program with one-year of compulsory internship in Dialysis provides students with the opportunity to study the basic medical science of the renal system, principles and practice of dialysis technology including monitoring and troubleshooting and recent advancement in dialysis technology.

A dialysis technologist can set up, evaluate, operate, and troubleshoot dialysis machines, and this knowledge can be used to find work in quality control or other areas in dialysis machine manufacturing. In addition to the renal replacement therapies, the students were trained in specialized extracorporeal procedures such as hemoperfusion, plasmapheresis, liver dialysis, and immunoadsorption and immunomodulation techniques.

I YearAnatomy: General Anatomy & Histology
 Physiology: Physiological functions of the body
 Biochemistry: Elementary aspects of Biochemistry
 Pathology: Basics of General pathology
 Microbiology: Elementary Microbiology
 Pharmacology
 Principles of Management
 Basics of Computer science
 English

 

II yearMedicine Outline
 Principles of Renal Dialysis Technology – I 
 Introduction to Surgery & CSSD
III yearPrinciples of Intensive Care
 Principles of Renal Dialysis – II
 Recent Advances in RRT
B.Sc. Respiratory Technology

Respiratory Technology is an upcoming branch of Healthcare profession devoted to the scientific application of technology in order to assist in the diagnosis, treatment, management and care of patients with cardiopulmonary and associated disorders.

Respiratory Therapists are important members of modern healthcare teams. They have specialized medical expertise and use their knowledge and skills to provide safe, high-quality care to the patients.

The curriculum is developed to educate students to transform them to highly skilled Respiratory therapist. In addition, they are also given orientation in Research and education. The job opportunities are abundant in Critical care, Acute care (hospital), Emergency care, Paediatric care and Outpatient / homecare settings.

I YearAnatomy: General Anatomy & Histology
 Physiology: Physiological functions of the body
 Biochemistry: Elementary aspects of Biochemistry
 Pathology: Basics of General pathology
 Microbiology: Elementary Microbiology
 Pharmacology
 Principles of Management
 Basics of Computer science
 English

 

II yearRespiratory Disease
 Cardio Vascular Disease
 Diagnostic Techniques in Cardio Respiratory Disease
 Diagnostic Techniques in Cardio Respiratory Disease
III yearRespiratory Therapy Techniques I
 Respiratory Therapy Techniques II
 Life Support System
 Cardio Pulmonary Rehabilitation