BSc Respiratory Care Technology
BSc Respiratory care technology is an under graduate level bachelors degree program. Technically, it is an allied health science training program. The course duration is Three years and Six months. This study program deals with respiratory problems, its diagnosis and treatments. The course trains students in respiratory care related areas.
The main career task of a respiratory care technologist is to assist qualified Doctors in procedures like evaluation, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of patients. The academic program (B.Sc Respiratory Care Technology) consists of a unique blend of classroom lectures and practical training. After Three years of academic program students will get an internship program with a period of six months.
What is respiratory care technology all about? What’s the scope associated with this field? You can find answers to these questions in the next section.
BSc Respiratory Care Technology: Details & Scope
Respiratory Technologist is able to carrying out tasks such as –
- Giving medication
- Monitoring relevant equipment
- Carrying out tests
- Monitoring rehabilitation of patients
He/she is trained in areas such as –
- Clinical Respiratory Technology
- Applied Respiratory Technology
- Advanced Respiratory Technology
The program makes students and turns them into skilled respiratory care technologists.
The B.Sc Respiratory Care Academic program have a duration of Three years, and the the students will get internship program after their academic completion with a period of six to twelve months.
|Duration||3 Years 6 Months|
|Examination Type||Semester System|
|Eligibility||Passing 10+2 from a Recognized Board|
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Christian College Bangalore
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The student must have a completion of higher secondary schooling (10+2) from a recognized board of education. E.g.: Karnataka state or other equivalent with English having minimum 45% grades.
3.5 Years (Three Years and Six Months)