Course Name: Certificate in Dialysis Technician
Course Id: CDA/Q1001.
Education Qualification: 12th Pass.
Course and Exam Fee: 8000.
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Online Examination Detail:
Duration- 60 minutes.
No. of Questions- 30. (Multiple Choice Questions).
Maximum Marks- 600, Passing Marks- 40%.
There is No Negative marking in this module.
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Certificate in Dialysis Technician
|Name of Paper||M. Marks||Pass Marks|
|Introduction to Healthcare Systems||100||40|
|Human Anatomy and Physiology||100||40|
|Renal Anatomy and Physiology||100||40|
|Bio-Medical Waste Management||100||40|
Introduction to Healthcare Systems
Basic Understanding of Healthcare Service Providers (primary, secondary & tertiary), Basic Understanding of Hospital Functions, Basic Understanding of Dialysis centers, Understanding of Dialysis unit at different level (National / State / District), Visit to healthcare facility in different regions to assess different levels of healthcare facility, Objective and methods of Healthcare System, Impact of dialysis therapies on the total cost of healthcare systems, illustrate the importance of dialysis treatment, Definition of health; evolution in concepts of public health; public health events sanitary awakening, germ theory of disease, rise of public health in various countries, changing concepts of health- biomedical concept, Evolution of health care delivery systems, History of health care delivery services; Genesis of primary health care; National health policy; MDGs, Primary health care, secondary health care, tertiary health care.
Human Anatomy and Physiology
Terminology and General Plan of the Body, Body Parts and Areas, Terms of Location and Position, Body Cavities and Their Membranes, Dorsal cavity, Ventral cavity, Planes and Sections, Cells: Structure, function and location, Prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells, Cell organelles, Cell division Tissue, Types, Structure, Location and Function of Epithelial Tissue, Connective Tissue, Muscle Tissue, Nerve Tissue, Membranes, Glandular tissue The Integumentary System: structure and function of The Skin, Subcutaneous Tissue, Musculoskeletal System: Basic anatomy of important muscles and bones, Digestive system: basic anatomy of esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, liver, gall bladder.
To develop broad understanding of commonly used medical terms, To develop understanding of medical abbreviations, To develop Understanding of commonly used medical equipment in dialysis unit, Internet usage and self learning, bio medical waste management, Associate medical terms with specific body systems, Identify and interpret diagnostic and symptomatic terms related to the patho physiology specific to each body system, Describe designated diagnostic testing procedures, Distinguish common medical abbreviations and acronyms, Evaluate the quality of medical literature available in print and internet format.
Introduction to Pharmacology: Definitions, Terminology used, Types: Classification, Pharmacodynamics: Actions, therapeutic, Adverse, toxic effects, Pharmacokinetics: Absorption, distribution, metabolism, interaction, excretion, Review: Routes and principles of administration of drugs, Indian pharmacopoeia: Legal issues, Storage of various drugs, Calculation of drugs dosage, Rational use of drugs, Principles of therapeutics in Kidney Dialysis, Fluid therapy with special emphasis in renal diseases: Define IV fluids, differentiate the various IV fluids. Use of crystalloids and colloids in renal diseases, Mode of action, contraindication, precautions and side effects of using various IV fluids, Definition, classification, actions, dosage, side effects & 5 Curriculum for B. Sc. Medical Dialysis Technology MGM Institute of Health Sciences contraindications.
Renal Anatomy and Physiology
Understand macroscopic anatomy of Kidneys, Understand major physiological functions of kidneys, To develop broad understanding of the Role of DT, To identify Dialysis maintenance needs to be taken care by DT, To develop Understanding of Patient Comforts and Safety, To exhibit Ethical Behavior, Brainstorming, chart presentation, discussions, visit to healthcare facility, Basic anatomy of urinary system: The Kidney (structural anatomy), The ureter, the bladder, Gross anatomy of the kidney: Structure of the Kidney – gross structure blood supply, nerve supply, lymphatic flow, LS of Kidney, Composition and function of blood – Introduction: Red blood cells: Erythropoietin.
Bio-Medical Waste Management
To gain understanding of importance of proper and safe disposal of bio-medical waste & treatment, To gain understanding of categories of biomedical waste, To learn about disposal of bio-medical waste – colour coding, types of containers, transportation of waste, etc, To gain broad understanding of standards for bio-medical waste disposal, To gain broad understanding of means of biomedical waste treatment, Hazards of Improper Bio-Medical Waste Management, Components of Bio-medical waste: human anatomical waste (tissues, organs, body parts etc.), microbiology and biotechnology waste, such as, laboratory cultures, micro-organisms, human and animal cell cultures, toxins etc, discarded medicines and cyto-toxic drugs, waste sharps, such as, hypodermic needles, syringes, scalpels, broken glass etc.,, liquid waste generated from any of the infected areas.