Premier Institute of Health And Management Sciences offer health technician courses which give students focused and specialized technical skills. These skills will make you an asset in many healthcare settings, such as doctors, surgeries, hospitals, dental surgeries and pharmacies. you can find stable and satisfying work in a healthcare environment. You will gain in-depth knowledge and practical training in the technical medical area of your choice.
Pathology technology concerns the tests, chemicals, procedures and laboratory machinery used to analyze biological samples. Most pathologist technicians work for hospital pathologists, testing laboratories or medical examiners, and a growing number are employed by police crime scene or forensic departments. Most will specialize in the technology used to analyze a particular discipline, such as blood, cells or the pathology of a specific organ.
The Anesthesia Technician program prepares the student to be an integral member of the anesthesia patient care team. Emphasis is on fundamental and advanced clinical procedures to assist licensed anesthesia providers in the acquisition, preparation, and application of various types of equipment required for the delivery of anesthesia care. Job responsibilities may include equipment maintenance and servicing such as cleaning, sterilizing, assembling, calibrating, testing, troubleshooting, and recording of inspections and maintenance. In addition, the anesthesia technician will assist licensed anesthesia providers with patient assessments, evaluations, transport, positioning, insertion of intravenous and other invasive lines, and airway management.
As part of the surgical team, a medical technician of this type may work to prepare operating room environments, prep patients for surgery, assist during actual surgery, and help with patient care or the transferring of patients after surgery.
Pharmacy support includes pharmacy technicians who may help prepare and package medications, and help to appropriately store drugs used in preparing medications.
The Radiology technician may be called an x-ray technician; these workers dont simply take x-rays. They may also work in labs performing CAT (computerized axial tomography) scans, or MRIs (magnetic resonance imaging). Some radiology techs specialize in performing ultrasounds, while others primarily work as x-ray technicians.
A cardiology technician may perform echocardiograms, or sonograms of the heart, directly on patients and on unborn children (called fetal echocardiograms). Some cardiovascular technicians specialize in vascular ultrasound, where they evaluate venous structures to look for blood clots and analyze blood flow, while another type of job in this field is assistance in cardiac catheterization. In all three fields, these techs may do preliminary scans of cardiac or venous structures, which are then reviewed by a physician.
The Dental technicians evaluate and clean gums and teeth during routine dental cleanings.
The Dialysis technician is trained to operate equipment that performs dialysis, the removal of waste material in blood, which can sicken people with failing kidneys. They are trained to operate dialysis machinery and may additionally write reports after a dialysis treatment. Dialysis technicians often work in dialysis centers, though some work in hospital settings or in patients home.
The objective of the course is to impart deep knowledge and skill to become competent in physical diagnosis techniques and develop proper attitude and expertise for the practice of Physiotherapy under the guidance of a physician of Physical Medicine.