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BSc (Anesthesia)

Program Details:

The qualified candidates in the B.Sc. in Anaesthetic Technology programme are trained in all sorts of anaesthetic equipment, various anaesthesia agents, the techniques that must be utilised for delivering anaesthesia, and the permitted dosage, which is dependent on the patient and operational conditions. Anaesthesia Technology, Medical Technology, Fundamentals of Operation Theatre, and Anaesthesia and Operation Theatre Techniques are among the disciplines covered within the three-year programme.

This curriculum will assist students in developing a firm foundation in anaesthesia technology, as well as the ability to select the appropriate anaesthetic for any patient based on their medical condition. They also obtain a thorough understanding of the proper equipment to utilise and the dosage of the anaesthesia to administer. Students pursuing a B.Sc. in Anaesthesia learn a lot about the principles of operating rooms, emergency rooms, and intensive care units. This course also covers a variety of topics linked to medical technology. They receive the ability to monitor the patient as an additional talent. Students will be able to help doctors in intensive care units, emergency rooms, and operating rooms. They are allied healthcare professionals in essence.

 Career prospects:

There are many different career options that the graduates of B.Sc. in Anaesthesia Technology can go for Majority of the top hospitals and institutes hire them at a good pay scale and on a good post. Some of the posts which are available for a graduate in Anaesthesia Technology are Anaesthesia Technician, Medical Consultant, Anaesthetist, Paediatrician, Clinical Associate, Certified Registered Nurse Anaesthetist,  Anaesthesiologist Assistant etc.

Eligibility Criteria:

10+2 examination in Science Stream with Physics, Chemistry & Biology as compulsory subjects with at least 50% marks from a recognized board