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B.Sc in Cardiac Care Technology

Bachelor of Science in Cardiac Care Technology

[one_half][ads1][/one_half]Cardiac Care technicians perform diagnostic and therapeutic procedures relating to the pulmonary and cardiovascular systems. They perform a variety of tests, including ultrasound and cardiac catheterization that determine health or illness in patients heart, lungs or related systems. They are responsible for ensuring patient’s safety and comfort before and during procedures, administering localized anesthesia and monitoring the patient equipment.

Cardiac Care Technology assist physicians and cardiologists in the diagnosis and treatment of heart and vascular-related diseases. They are taught to assist physicians in electrocardiography Treadmill test, Echo – Doppler, Cardiac lab procedures and Pulmonary function tests.

Cardiac Care Technology Eligibility

Should have passed Senior Secondary (12th Standard / Intermediate) examination with Physics, Chemistry and Biology from Central Board of Secondary Education or any other examination recognized by R G U H S as equivalent.

Lateral Entry

Candidates who have secured a diploma in Cardiac Care Therapy from a board recognized by the Government or any other equivalent authority can gain entry to second year of the course.

Academic Year Commencement

August – September.


Cardiac care technicians are eligible to work in hospitals set up as cardiac sonographers, vascular technologists after adequate training in the specialized field. Employment opportunities for cardiac care technicians are expected to fluctuate from high to low throughout the next decade. There is an expected expansion of 20% – 35% in job opportunities over the next ten years. This is partly due to the rapidly aging baby-boon generation that will require more open-heart surgeries as they get older.

There is also added emphasis on cardiac health due to the fact that heart related illnesses are responsible for a large number of death each year. There will also be job opening due to current cardiovascular professionals retiring or leaving the field for other other reasons. Because the profession is relatively small and competitive, job security should be high for these cardiac professionals.