Course Name: Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology (CMLT)
Course Id: DMLT/Q1001.
Education Qualification: 12th Pass.
Course and Exam Fee: 6000.
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Maximum Marks- 600, Passing Marks- 40%.
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DIPLOMA IN MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY (DMLT)
|Name Of Paper||M. Marks||Pass Marks|
|Human Anatomy and Physiology||100||40|
|Haematology and Blood and Bank||100||40|
|Fundamental of Medical Laboratory Technology, Microbiology||100||40|
|Clinical biochemistry, Pathology and Histopathology||100||40|
|Pathology –I : Haemotology and Blood Banking, Clinical Pathology and Parasitology||100||40|
|Pathology –II : Microbiology and Serology Histology and Cytology||100||40|
Human Anatomy and Physiology
Introduction to human anatomy and Physiology, Scope of Anatomy and physiology, Definition of various terms used in Anatomy, Structure of cell, function of its components with special reference to mitochondria and microsomes, Elementary tissues: Elementary tissues of the body, i.e. epithelial tissue, muscular tissue, connective tissue and nervous tissue, Skeltal System: Structure and function of Skelton .Classification of joints and their function. Joint disorders, Cardiovascular System: Composition of blood, functions of blood elements, Blood group and coagulation of blood, Brief information regarding disorders of blood, Respiratory system: Various parts of respiratory system and their functions, physiology of respiration, Urinary System: Various parts of urinary system and their functions, structure and functions of kidney, Muscular System: Structure of skeletal muscle, physiology of muscle contraction, Central Nervous System: Various parts of central nervous system, brain and its parts, functions, Digestive System: names of various parts of digestive system and their functions.
Introduction to biochemistry, Brief chemistry and role of proteins, polypeptides and amino acids, classification, Qualitative tests, Biological value, Deficiency diseases, Carbohydrates: Brief chemistry and role of carbohydrates, classification, qualitative tests, Diseases related to carbohydrate metabolism, Lipids: Brief chemistry and role of lipids, classification and qualitative tests. Diseases related to lipids metabolism, Vitamins: Brief chemistry and role of vitamins and coenzymes. Role of minerals and water in life processes, Enzymes: Brief concept of enzymatic action. Factors affecting it, Therapeutics: Introduction to pathology of blood and urine. Lymphocytes and platelets, their role in health and disease, Erythrocytes-Abnormal cells and their significance. Abnormal constituents of urine and their significance in diseases.
Haematology and Blood and Bank
Introduction- Human Blood Group system- ABO Subgroups- Red Cell Antigen- Natural Antibodies-Rh System- Rh Antigens & Rh Antibodies-Hemolytic Disease of Newborn & Prevention- Principal of Blood grouping, antigen-anti body reaction-Agglutination, Haemagglutination, Blood Transfusion, Blood Donation, Testing Donor Blood, Blood Donor Records, Storage, preservation & Transport of blood, Compatibility Testing, Blood Components, Blood Transfusion Reactions, Introduction to Haematology, Maintenance and Equipments of Haematology Lab, Principles of patient care, Collection of Blood Samples, Coagulation Studies, Hematological Disorders, General principle of hospital practice, Collection of Blood Samples, BLOOD BANK SERVICES, Total Cell Count – RBC, WBC, Platelets and Absolute Eosinophil Count, Estimation of Hemoglobin PCV & Erythrocyte Indices – M.C.V. – M.C.H – M.C.H.C. Methods and process of estimation, Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate [E.S.R.] – Westergren Method – Factors Influencing Sedimentation – Laboratory factors which influence ESR – Importance of ESR Reticulocyte Count , Differential Count , Bleeding time, clotting time, prothrombin time.
Fundamental of Medical Laboratory Technology, Microbiology
Introduction to Clinical laboratory, Basic laboratory principles – Code of conduct of medical laboratory personnel, use of the laboratory – Basic laboratory principles – Code of conduct of medical laboratory personnel -Organization of clinical laboratory and role of medical laboratory technician – Safety measures – Medical laboratory professional and professionalism in laboratory workers – clinic borne infection and personnel hygiene, Common Laboratory Equipment’s: Incubator, Hot Air Oven, Water Bath – Anaerobic Jar, Centrifuge, Autoclave -Microscope – Fundamentals of Microscopy, Resolution & Magnification, Light Microscopy, Electron Microscopy- Glassware – Description of Glassware, its use, handling and care, Basic Steps for Drawing A Blood Specimen, Preparation of Reagents & Quality control, Manual Vs Automation in Clinical Laboratory, Characteristics of laboratory Substances, Historical Aspect -Branches of Microbiology-Prokaryotic Organisms, Common Laboratory Equipments, Sterilization, Antiseptics & Disinfectants, Growth and cultivation of Microorganisms, Bacteriology.
Clinical biochemistry, Pathology and Histopathology
Introduction to clinical biochemistry, Definition of bio-chemistry, use of biochemical tests-the application of biochemistry in hospital setting, Photometery, Electrophoresis & Chromatography, Evaluation of organ function test, Enzymes as clinical diagnostic tools, Antibiotics, Histology, Introduction – Tissue Preparation – Receipt of specimens – Labeling of specimens with numbering – Fixation – Aims and functions of a fixative – Classification of fixatives – Simple fixatives – Compound fixatives – Micro anatomical fixatives – Cytological fixatives – Histochemical fixatives, Handling and Embedding of Tiny Tissue Biopsies, Staining Techniques, Frozen Technique, Estimation of Serum HDL cholesterol, Glucose Determination -, Enzymatic using urease, Staining & mounting, Special stains, Frozen section technique, H & E staining, Examination of Body fluids, Stool Examination, PAS staining, principle uses., Reticulin, PTAM, Amyloid stain, pearl stain, Melanin bleach& masson’s Fontana.
Pathology –I: Haemotology and Blood Banking, Clinical Pathology and Parasitology
Introduction, Human blood group antigens, ABO blood group system and incompatibility, Rh blood group system and incompatibility , Technique of grouping and cross matching , Commb’s test, Direct, Indirect , Blood Transfusion Procedure, Complication of blood transfusion, Blood, Composition & function of blood, Blood Plasma, Source and function of Plasma proteins, Formed Elements, Collection of blood, Storage, Collection, Blood grouping, Rh factor, Blood Transfusion, Physical, chemical & microscopic examination of urine, Stool examination, Semen examination, CSF exam. & other body fluids, Introduction & classification of medically important parasites, Intestinal & Tissue protozoa (E.histolylica, Giardia Primary Amoebic meningoencephalitis), Malaria parasite, Leishmanial parasites, Tapeworms, Flukes of liver and , Intestine, Intestinal nematodes, Filarial worms and other tissue nematodes.
Pathology –II: Microbiology and Serology Histology and Cytology
History of Microbiology, Microbes and their classification , Study of different , microscopes, Morphology of bacteria, Motional requirements of bacteria, Preparation and uses of culture media, Culture methods and identification of bacteria, Sterilization and Disinfection: Physical Chemical, Mechanical methods, Sterilization of media, syringe, glassware’s etc., Safe disposal of contaminated media etc, Common Laboratory equipments and uses: Different microscope, incubator, BOD incubator, Refrigerator, Deep Freeze, Widal test and preparation of Salmonella antigens, VDRI Test, Latest agglutination tests for (RA, CRP, ASO, Pregnancy Test, Australia Antigen, Toxoplasmosis), Emphasis on principal and uses/application ,Immunity –Basic principles and classification, Antigen, Antibody (Immunoglobulin’s), Complement system, Antigen – Antibody reactions, Introduction, Cell, Tissue and their function., Methods of examination of tissues and cells, Fixation of tissue: Classification of fixatives., Simple Fixatives and their properties, Exfoliative Cytology and Fine needle aspiration cytology, Staining.