BS Cardiac Perfusion

Superior University’s BS Cardiac Perfusion trains the students with the theoretical knowledge and skills to efficiently operate extracorporeal circulation equipment during cardiovascular surgeries or any other medical procedures where a patient’s circulatory or respiratory functions may require support. The qualified faculty helps students understand the critical nature of the profession as it involves choosing appropriate equipment and technique to manage their physiological functions.

Semester 1

CourseCredit Hours
Anatomy-I
4
Physiology-I
4
Biochemistry-I
3
Computer Education
3
Islamic Studies
2
English-I
2

Semester 2

CourseCredit Hours
Cardiac Anatomy-II
3
Cardiac Physiology-II
3
Biochemistry-II
3
Medical Physics
2
English-II
2
Pakistan Studies
2

Semester 3

CourseCredit Hours
Pathology3
Bio Mechanics
3
Pharmacology3
Mechanical Engineering
3
Mathematics2
Medical Ethics
2

Semester 4

CourseCredit Hours
Perfusion Technology-I
4
Management of the CPB Perfusion
3
Blood Gases and Blood Conservation
2
Solutions and Hemodilution Myocardial
Perfusion
3
Microbiology2
Social Entrepreneurship
3

Semester 5

CourseCredit Hours
Life Support System
3
Perfusion Technology-II
3
Cardiac Pharmacology and Clinical
Practice in Cardiology
2
Extracorporeal Circuitry and Laboratory
2
Applied Medicine
3
Applied Surgery
3

Semester 6

CourseCredit Hours
Advances in Perfusion Technology
3
Healthcare Entrepreneurship
3
Perfusion Technology and Adult
Perfusion
3
Biotechnology2
Paeds Perfusion/Accidents
3
Patient Care
2
Biostatistics Research Methodology
2

Semester 7

CourseCredit Hours
Practical Perfusion Technology and Adult
Perfusion
3
Practical Performing of CPB Perfusion
3
Practical Cardiac CATH Lab-I and Clinical
Practice
3
Cardiac Physiology and Clinical Practice
on ECG
3
Public and Preventive Health
3

Semester 8

CourseCredit Hours
Practical Cardiac CATH Lab-II and
Clinical Practice
3
Practical Paeds Perfusions and
Accidents
3
Bioethics
3
Research Project
6

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