BS Renal and Dialysis Technology

Superior University’s BS Renal & Dialysis Technology program develops an understanding of the anatomy and physiology of the renal system and how renal diseases affect the organs. The excellent faculty demonstrates knowledge and understanding of the ethical, cultural, and quality of life issues associated with renal diseases and encourages inter-professional collaboration, enabling students to deliver high-quality care to patients and their caregivers

Eligibility: FSc (Pre Medical) or Equivalent with minimum 45%
marks

Semester 1

CourseCredit Hours
Medical Biochemistry-I
3
Human Physiology-I
3
Human Anatomy-I
3
English3
Islamic Studies
2
Pakistan Studies
2

Semester 2

CourseCredit Hours
Medical Biochemistry-II
3
Human Physiology-II
3
Human Anatomy-II
3
Introduction to Computer Skills
3
Communication Skill
3
General Pharmacology-I
3

Semester 3

CourseCredit Hours
Hematology-I
3
Medical Microbiology-I
3
General Pathology
3
Anatomy and Physiology of Kidney
3
Body Fluids & Transfusion of Blood
Products
3

Semester 4

CourseCredit Hours
Social Entrepreneurship
3
Medical Microbiology-II
3
Special Pathology of Kidney-I
3
Principle and Procedure of Dialysis
3
Hematology-II
3

Semester 5

CourseCredit Hours
Acute Complication of Dialysis
3
Vascular Access & Hemodialysis Procedure
3
Specialized Dialysis
3
Complication of Peritoneal Dialysis3
Special Pathology of Kidney-II3
Leadership and Management3

Semester 6

CourseCredit Hours
Chronic Complication of Dialysis
3
Dialysis Adequacy
3
Urological Procedure-I
3
Renal Pharmacology
3
Dialysis in Special Situation
3
Healthcare Entrepreneurship
3

Semester 7

CourseCredit Hours
Urological Procedure-II
3
Infection Control in Dialysis Unit
1
Research methodology
3
Clinical Lab Rotation
6
Infection Control in Dialysis Unit
3

Semester 8

CourseCredit Hours
Medical Ethics
3
Nutrition and Diet Therapy
3
Renal Emergency
3
Research Project
6

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