BSc Cardiovascular Technology is a 3-year programme including-internship designed for students who are keen to learn and apply aspects of technology used in the management of cardiovascular disorders. The programme is in great demand not only in India but also in the Western world.
With the mixture of theory, practice and clinical exposure, students will be able to master the skills to become the healthcare professionals of the 21st century. With increased developments in the industry, the demand for competent healthcare providers is on the rise. There is simply a scarcity of enough BSc Cardiac Technology Colleges in India that can fill in the demand-supply gap. With its unique Cardiovascular Technology programme, Rishihood University stands tall and provides students the training that they really need in the 21st century. With a curriculum of international standards, BSc Cardiovascular Technology may also help you with an opportunity to work in training institutions abroad.
Learning of complex diagnostic and therapeutic procedures that involve the use of various equipment, computer hardware, tools machines and pharmacological agents are part of the program that enables students to acquire skills for the management of various cardiac disorders. Cardiac Technologists assist physicians in diagnosing and treating cardiac (heart) and peripheral vascular (blood vessel) conditions preparing patients for open-heart surgery implanting pacemakers monitoring patients during these procedures performing cardiac stress tests and electrocardiograms using and maintaining the medical equipment that catches irregular heartbeats working in laboratory settings on real patients management of various cardiac disorders having complex diagnostic and therapeutic procedures. Cardiac Technologists use diagnostic cardiology equipment and monitor resultant data typically in assistance to a physician.
Cardiac Technologists use diagnostic cardiology equipment and monitor resultant data typically in assistance to a physician. During cardiovascular testing, a tube is inserted into one of the blood vessels that carry blood into the heart.