Curriculum for b. Sc (hons) cardiac perfusion technology

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Recommended books:

  • Physiology by Jypee 5th edition

  • Cardiovascular Physiology by J.R Levick 2nd edition

  • Human Physiology By Guyton and Hall 12th edition

Illustrated Physiology B. R Mackena 5th edition
PMS-226 HEMATOLOGY-II Credit Hours: 3(2+1)
Course Objectives:

  • To introduce the students about the basic concepts in Hematology and acquire skill in practical work to produce a team of Medical Technologists steeped in knowledge of Pathology

  • To equip Medical Technologists with latest advancements in the field of hematology.

Course Contents:

Iron metabolism, introduction to iron deficiency anemia, different stages and diagnosis, introduction to thalassemia, classification, pathophysiology and its diagnosis, introduction to Sidroblastic anemia, etiology and diagnosis, folat and vitamin B12 metabolism, introduction to megaloblastic anemia, etiology and diagnosis, introduction to G6PD deficiency anemia, pathophysiology and diagnosis, introduction to sickle cell anemia, pathophysiology and diagnosis, introduction to hereditary spherocytosis, pathophysiology and diagnosis, introduction to hemolytic anemia, Immune hemolytic anemia, non-immune hemolytic anemia, aplastic anemia, etiology and diagnosis.

ABO and Rh D group system, kell blood group system, ked blood group system, duffy blood group system, donor selection criteria, phlebotomy of donor, blood products, preparation, storage and its importance, hem vigilance in blood bank, cross match, types of cross match, procedure and its importance, blood grouping and its importance, coomb’s test, types and importance , introduction to hemolytic disease of newborn, types, pathophysiology, diagnosis and management, hemolytic transfusion reactions and management.


1. ABO blood grouping (Forward and Reverse grouping)

2. Rh Blood grouping

3. Antibodies screening

4. Cross matching (Major and Minor)

5. Coombs tests (Direct and Indirect)

6. Separation of different blood components

7. Du Test

Recommended books:

  • Essential of Hematology, A.V Hoff Brand, 6th edition 2006

  • Clinical Hematology, G.C Degrunchi, 5th edition 2002

  • Practical Hematology, Dacie J.V. 10th edition 2012

PMS-220 GENERAL PHARMACOLOGY-II Credit Hours: 3(2+1)
Course Objectives:

  • To provide quality patient care in routine as well as advanced procedures.

  • To understand the mechanism of drug action at molecular as well as cellular level, both desirable and adverse.

  • To understand the principles of pharmacokinetics i.e. drug absorption, distribution, metabolism and excretion and be able to apply these principles in therapeutic practice.

Course Contents:

Drugs acting on cardiovascular system; Drugs for heart failure, anti-hypertensive drugs, anti arrhythemic drugs, antianginal drugs, Anti Hyperlipidemic drugs, Blood drugs, Diuretics, Insulin and glucose lowering drugs, Chemotheraputic drugs, Antibiotics, Drugs acting on Respiratory system, Anesthetics.


1. Routes of drug administration

2. Dose-Response Curves

3. Effect of adrenaline on pulse rate

4. Effect of beta blockers on heart rate after exercise

5. Source of drug and identification of some raw materials that are source of drug

6. Weight conversions and measurements

7. Preparation Sulfur ointment

8. Preparation of pilocarpine drops

9. Prescription writing

Recommended Books:

  • Lippincott‟s pharmacology (text book) by Mycek 2ndEdition published by Lippincott Raven 2000.

  • Katzung textbook of pharmacology (Reference Book) by Bertram Katzung 8th Edition, Published by Appleton.dec 2007.

PMS-206 Communication Skills Credit hours: 2(1+1)
Course Objectives:

By the end of the course students will be able to:

  • Communicate effectively both verbally and non-verbally

  • Apply the requisite academic communication skills in their essay writing and other forms of academic writing

  • Use various computer-mediated communication platforms in their academic and professional work

  • Relate to the interpersonal and organizational dynamics that affect effective communication in organizations.

Course Contents:

Introduction to Communication , Meaning and definition of Communication, The process of communication, Models of communication, Effective Communications in Business, Importance and Benefits of effective communication, Components of Communication, Communication barriers, Nonverbal communication, Principles of effective communication, Seven Cs, Communication for academic purposes, Introduction to academic writing, Summarizing, paraphrasing and argumentation skills, Textual cohesion, Communication in Organizations, Formal communication networks in organizations, Informal communication networks, Computer- mediated communication (videoconferencing, internet, e-mail, skype, groupware, etc), Business Writing , Memos, Letters, Reports, Proposals, Circulars, Public Speaking and Presentation skills, Effective public presentation skills, Audience analysis, Effective argumentation skills, Interview skills.

Recommended Books:

  • Practical English Grammar by A.J. Thomson and A.V. Martinet. Exercises 2. Third edition. Oxford University Press 1986. ISBN 0 19 431350 6.

  • Practical English Grammar by A.J. Thomson and A.V. Martinet. Exercises 1. Third edition. Oxford University Press. 1997. ISBN 0194313492.

  • Practical English Grammar by A.J. Thomson and A.V. Martinet. Exercises 2. Third edition. Oxford University Press. 1997. ISBN 0194313506

  • Intermediate by Marie-Christine Boutin, Suzanne Brinand and Francoise Grellet. Oxford Supplementary Skills. Fourth Impression 1993. ISBN 0 19 435405 7 Pages 20-27 and 35-41.

  • Reading. Upper Intermediate. Brain Tomlinson and Rod Ellis. Oxford Supplementary Skills. Third Impression 1992. ISBN 0 19 453402 2.

5th Semester

  1. Clinical medicine

  2. Perfusion Technology-I

  3. Echocardiography

  4. Electrocardiography – II

  5. Ventricular assistant devices

  6. Medical physics

PMS-346 CLINICAL MEDICINE Credit Hours: 3(2+1)

Course objectives:

  • Students will be able to record clinical history, Physical examination and correlate the knowledge to make differential diagnosis of various diseases
  • To justify patients, families and caregivers the diagnosis, prognosis and treatment plan for their condition, and educate them about beneficial lifestyle behaviors and preventive health measures.

  • To judge routine procedures commonly required for the evaluation and care of patients

Course Contents:

Introduction of diseases; their clinical features, signs, symptoms and management of diseases. Investigations and their interpretation for various diseases of the following systems: Diseases of Cardiovascular System, Diseases of Respiratory System, Diseases of the Kidney & Urinary System, Diseases of Endocrine system


  • Patient History and clinical Examination (General)

  • Systematic Examination

  • Radiological and Physical Investigations

  • First Aid

  • Concept of Holistic Health

  • Interpretation of investigation

  • Diagnosing clinical problems

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