Bachelor’s of Cardiovascular Technology
To prepare the trained Human Resource for working as Cardiovascular Technologist and to be able to manage the machines.
Lifestyle diseases over a period of time have increased demand of various diagnostic procedures in the health care system. One of the most common life threatening disease is related to cardio vascular system which requires involvement of cardiovascular technologist to assist the cardiologist in diagnostic and intervention procedures which may be invasive and non invasive. The School of Allied Health Sciences of ANSAL University and MAX Institute of Health Education and Research (MIHER) believes that the advance knowledge and skills in these areas will help in developing human resource with appropriate attitude to assist cardio vascular technologist.
About the Course
As the population ages, and due to life styles disorders increasingly more people are developing the complications of the heart and cardiovascular system. These heart disorders and strokes are becoming the leading cause of death. Thankfully, due to advances in medical technology, coupled with greater awareness of the signs and symptoms of cardiovascular disease, heart conditions can now be detected much earlier than ever before. Current management of various cardiac disorders includes complex diagnostic and therapeutic procedures, which involve use of various equipments, computer hardware, tools, machines, and pharmacological agents. Optimal delivery of cardiovascular health care is based on the safe use of the equipments and devices. . Because of this increase in cardiovascular technologies, there is a greater demand for technologists and technicians trained in cardiovascular technology programs to perform these procedures. The program educates and prepares the student to become an Invasive Cardiovascular Specialist known as a Cardiovascular Technologist (CVT). The Invasive Cardiovascular Specialist is a health care professional and 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.
|Sl.No.||COURSES||ELIGIBILITY||Admission Process||Annual Fees||Duration|
|1||B.Sc (CVT)||The candidate must have passed 10+2, A Level, IB, American 12th Grade or equivalent with Physics, Chemistry, English and Biology with a minimum of 50% marks taken together in Physics, Chemistry and Biology.||Admission will be offered on the basis of merit list generated with75% weightage to 10+2 marks and 25% weightage to the interview.||80,000 / year plus Rs.30,000 as admission charges in the first semester including a refundable security of Rs.10,000.||3 years of academic program plus 6 months of internship|
Entrance Test Pattern
There is no Entrance Test for this course.
Hospitals, cardiologist offices, medical laboratories, imaging centers, outpatient care centers
Reasons to Join
- Contemporary courses in alignment with job demands.
- Course Planning and delivery through MAX Institute of Health Education and Research.
- Special emphasis on practical exposure.
- State-of-art infrastructure.
- Course delivery through well qualified and trained practioners.
- Clinical attachment and practical training at MIHER or its referred institutes.
- Placement support and preferential access to MIHER.
- Possibility of global exposure
Popular Career Options
Upon graduation, positions are available in :
- Diagnostic and interventional cardiac catheterization labs
- Acute care hospitals,
- Outpatient facilities,
- Privately-owned clinics.
- Medical laboratories
With professional experience and additional education, career opportunities also are available in electrophysiology, echocardiography, and management, education, marketing and sales.
Career and Economic Outlook
Due to excessive growth in the number of heart patients in India, There is a huge demand of Cardiovascular technologists in the country. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) expects that employment growth for cardiovascular technicians and technologists will be much faster than the average for all occupations, at a rate of 30%, from 2012 to 2022. This growth projection is based on the increasing number of patients with cardiovascular disease, an aging population and advances in technology. Additionally, the BLS reported that the median annual salary for cardiovascular technologists and technicians was $52,070 in 2012.