B.Sc in Cardiovascular technology (B.Sc-CVT)

Programme Overview

Duration: 3 Years | Programme code: 100207

B. Sc. in Cardiovascular technology (B.Sc-CVT) is a 3 year regular course program designed to cover all aspects of cardiovascular disease management and care. It involves learning of complex diagnostic and therapeutic procedures that involve use of various equipments, computer hardware, tools, machines and pharmacological agents. This program enables students to acquire skills for management of various cardiac disorders. Students will be trained to apply specialized occupational theory, skills and concepts to work independently as qualified cardiovascular technologist and becomes an integral member of the cardiac catheterization and electrophysiology laboratory teams. The CVT’s primary role is to perform, at the direction of a qualified physician, technical procedures for the diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular injury and disease.

Programme Educational Objectives

  • Apply knowledge of human cardiovascular system in the management of cardiovascular related disorders.
  • Plan and implement clinical and scientific activities related to the profession of cardiovascular technology.
  • Identify and solve complex problems arising during cardiovascular care of the patients.
  • Utilize modern tools and techniques in the arena of cardiovascular technology for patient compliance.
  • Act efficiently as a leader in various inter-disciplinary and multi-disciplinary health care communities.
  • Apply the knowledge and skills to assess societal and legal issues related to cardiovascular care of the patients.
  • Understand the impact of the cardiovascular technology in societal andenvironmental contexts to provide innovative solutions.
  • Imbibe ethical practices and moral values in personal and professional endeavors.
  • Write, interpret and communicate effectively and scientifically.
  • Use modern tools and techniques for the efficient management of cardiovascular diseases.
  • Tackle future challenges through lifelong learning.

Programme Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  • Demonstrate the scientific and statistical principles underlying the practice of optometry.
  • Examine, diagnose and advise treatment for various ocular disorders
  • Design, manufacture and prescribe diverse optical aids including spectacles, sunglasses, ophthalmic lenses, contact lenses etc.
  • Lead actively a team of in various inter-disciplinary and multi-disciplinary health care communities.
  • Assist Ophthalmologist or efficiently manage and run any ophthalmic or optical clinic industry & trade.
  • Undertake Public Health Optometry projects and vision screening eye camps for educating on ocular hygiene and related nutritional and environmental counseling.
  • Recognize epidemiological, environmental and etiological factors that require intervention to prevent visual deterioration or ocular disease.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of vision care principles that govern ethical decision making and respect for the dignity of the patient.
  • Obtain the pertinent information about a patient using communication, observation and diagnostic testing.
  • Use modern techniques and technologies for providing vision care solutions to diverse patient population.
  • Recognize the need to engage in lifelong learning through continuing education and research.