Course Name: Certificate in Blood Bank Technician
Course Id: CBBT/Q1001.
Education Qualification: 12th Pass.
Course and Exam Fee: 8000.
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Duration- 60 minutes.
No. of Questions- 30. (Multiple Choice Questions).
Maximum Marks- 600, Passing Marks- 40%.
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Certificate in Blood Bank Technician
Microbiology & Biochemistry
Blood Banking: Blood Donation
Basic Principles of immunohaematology, Application of Blood groups: Population Genetics, Transfusion medicine, ABO Blood of Group Systems: History, Genetics, ABH antigens, Biochemical Synthesis of blood group antigens, Antigenic sites, weaker variants, Bombay Phenotype, ABO antibodies, Rh Blood Group System: History, Genetics, Molecular Genetics, Nature of Rh Antigens, Partial D, Week D, other variants of Rh, Rh Null, Rh antibodies, factors influencing Rh immunization, Functional role of Rh antigens, Other Blood Group Systems: Lewis, P, Ii, MNSs, Kell, Duffy, Kidd & others, Hemolytic disease of the newborn due to ABO Incompatibility, Rh Incompatibility and other allo-antibodies, Red cell serology techniques, their advantages and disadvantages, Cell and serum grouping, detection of weak A and B antigens and weak D/Partial D cases, Trouble shooting in red cell serology, Principles of Direct and indirect antiglobulin test, enzyme technique, albumins technique, Detection of blood group antibodies, identification of their Specificity, clinical significance of antibody detection, differentiation between auto and allo-antibodies.
Collection of blood samples, types of anticoagulants, Complete hemogram, Different methods of hemoglobin ,estimation: specific grtavity method (Copper sulphate), Sahli’s (Cyanmethhemoglobin) and Hemo-Q methods, hematology analyzers, Normal erythropoiesis, Leucopoiesis, thrombocytopoises of platelets, calory metric Method, Classification of anemia, their laboratory diagnosis, Hemoglobinopathies: Beta Thalassemia and Sickle cell disease, G6PD deficiency, polycythemia, Autoimmune hemolytic anemia, classification, diagnosis, specificity of autoantibodies, Coagulation Mechanism, Hemostasis, laboratory tests for Hemophilia A & B, Platelet Disorders, Hematological malignancies, Leukemia and Lymphorna, Bone marrow transplantation, peripheral stem cells.
Introduction to Immunology, History, Immunity, Antigens : Immunogen, allo-antigen, soluble antigen, Red cell antigen, Epitopes, Antibodies: Polyclonal antibodies, development of antibodies, structure of immunoglobulins, characteristics of immunoglobulins, Monoclonal antibodies: Hybridoma technology, Human monoclonal antibodies, Applications of MAb, Antigen antibody reaction: Antigen concentration, antibody concentration, enhancing media, other factors influencing antigen antibody reaction, Immunoassays: ELISA, IRMA RIA ?? Cells of immune system: Phagocytic cells, Antigen presenting cells, T cells, T cell subsets, B cells, CD Markers, Flow cytometry for counting T & B cells, Autoimmune disorders, their mechanisms, Complement System.
Microbiology & Biochemistry
Introduction to Microbiology, Fundamentals of microscopy, sterilization and disinfection, Groups of Micro organisms, Micro organisms staining techniques, Transfusion transmitted infections, HIV (1+2), HCV, HBV, malaria, syphilis,. New emerging Blood transmitted pathogens, ELISA, rapid and other tests for diagnosis of transfusion transmitted infections, Biosafety, Management of Biomedical waste and universal precautions, Introduction to Biochemistry, Acid and Base, Buffers and Buffer action, pH, The Beer & Lampard Law & its application.
Blood Banking: Blood Donation
Donor recruitment & Retention: Types of blood donors, Donor selection, medical interview and medical examination, screening for hemoglobin estimation, Managing rejected blood donors, technique for conversion of first time donor into regular voluntary donor, donor recognition, Donor Motivation, Motivational Techniques, Social Marketing, Preparation of IEC Materials, Phalelbactomy room equipment, their principles, and use, emergency medicines, Pre and post donation screening gcounseling, Bleeding of the donor, post donation care, Blood Donation drive: Awareness programs prior to Donation drive, Camp site, staff requirement, management of camp, transportation of blood units from camp site to blood bank, Apheresis procedures, Apheresis products, preparation of multiple products on cell separators, Maintenance of cell separator equipment.
Management of Blood Bank Counter, Criteria for acceptance of requisition form inspection of blood component prior to issue, Judicious use of blood; management of different types of anemia, management of bleeding patient, Neonatal transfusion, Transfusion practices in surgery, Transfusion therapy for oncology and transplantation patients, Hemolytic transfusion reaction immediate and delayed; immune and non immune reaction pathophysiology; Clinical signs and symptoms Laboratory invigilation for HTR Tests to defect bacterial Contamination in blood, Blood administration, transfusion filters, post transfusion care, Therapeutic plasma exchange, Non hemolytic transfusion reactions Immediate and delayed, febrile reaction, allergic reaction, clinical signs and symptoms.