Bachelor of Science in Renal Dialysis is a 3-year full-time undergraduate degree course that is divided into 6-semesters. Renal Dialysis Technology is a field of paramedical science dealing with the treatment and removal of excess water, solutes, and toxins from the blood of patients whose kidneys are unable to fulfill their usual duties.
The primary responsibility of B.Sc Renal Dialysis technicians is to provide support and assistance to patients with renal insufficiency who require external dialysis equipment. Renal Dialysis Technology encompasses a variety of specialities, including cardiac care technology, respiratory care technology, dialysis technology, imaging sciences technology, and a clinical medical lab.
The course programme includes both practical and theoretical sessions that cover all aspects of the discipline. The course's main goal is to produce competent and skilled Renal Dialysis Technologists who can thoroughly comprehend and give obstructive solutions to a patient's condition. The course aims to train a new generation of public health professionals who will be able to comprehend, assess, manage, and articulate the legal, regulatory, social, and moral implications of developing health technology.
Candidates must have passed a recognized board of education's class 12 board examination in the science stream. They must have received a 45 percent to 50 percent aggregate score on the qualifying test in Physics, Chemistry, Biology, or Mathematics.