Shri Balaji Institute of Paramedical
Para Medical Courses in interdisciplinary medical subjects are becoming extremely significant in Health Care delivery systems. In the recent years, there has been a growing need for qualified and well-trained Para Medical personnel who form an essential constituent of medical profession. In order to meet the increasing demand for qualified and trained Para Medical personnel.
Become a technician in pathology laboratories in private diagnostic laboratories and hospitals. As a medical laboratory technician or assistant, you'll conduct routine lab tests for pathologist, microbiologists/bacteriologists, biochemists, clinical chemist, pharmacologists or veterinarians.
Working under supervision, you will:
- Examine micro – organism or changes in cells and tissues
- Perform chemical analyses of blood and other body fluids
- Assist with research into biochemical or genetic processes
Diploma programs in X-Ray technology are often combined with medical assisting programs, students take courses that cover X –Ray procedures, clerical tasks and basic lab work.
An Operation theatre technician is a person who looks after all the work and mgmt. of the operations theatre which includes managing the patients in & out of OT, looking after all the surgical instruments, their sterilization, arrangements of OT table, dressing table, instrument table, anesthesia table as well as mgmt. of the staff. Looking after the drugs required for surgery, anesthetic gases, drapes & all the linen & their sterilization. He/She also assist the surgeon during the operations.
In short, therefore, an operation theatre technician has to manage & organize whole of the operation theatre without whom no surgeon can operate on the patients & neither can a hospital or a nursing home run or be complete.
Anesthesia technician help to ensure the current functioning of anesthesia equipment before, during and after surgical procedures. They contributes to safe and efficient anesthesia care by assessing dosages of medications given to patients and supporting the anesthesia provider during the insertion of medical devices. Many work hours might be spent standing technicians may need to lift or turn patients
The Orthopaedic Technologist (OT) is a specifically trained allied health care individual who assists the orthopaedic surgeon in the practice of medicine. An OT is an extension of the orthopaedic surgeon and assists in the care of sick and disabled persons. OTs must have the ability to relate well to other people, be considerate of their conditions and able to communicate with patients in understanding their anxieties and fears. An OT is familiar with routine office and departmental procedures and is able to perform certain basic nursing functions.