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The Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology (DMLT) is a two Diploma programme offered by the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Govt of India (NIOS). The DMLT curriculum is a two year programme with syllabus covered in two academic years along with 12 months of full-time clinical internship at the Maxlife Diagnostics & Research Centre.
Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology (DMLT) also called Clinical Laboratory Science is concerned with the diagnosis treatment and prevention of diseases through the use of clinical laboratory tests. In this programme the students learn to perform diagnostic analysis on body fluids which include hematological bacteriological immunologic chemical and microscopic tests that aid in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases. This programme also equips students with the knowledge and skills required to handle advanced lab equipments and perform accurate laboratory tests.
have the highest level of dedication sincerity and responsibility. It is for students who have the ability to conduct research and accomplish experiments through personal acumen and diligent dexterity.
a career with the ability to maintain calm under tough scenarios make analytical judgments interpret technical and scientific data and work with laboratory instrumentation and computation
|Fee Per Semester||Fee Per Year||One Time Fee|
|For National Students||24,000||45,000||85,000|
|For International Students||500||900|
|For National Students||12th / Intermediate with Science Stream (Biology)|
|For International Students||The eligibility criterion for all programs for international applicants is minimum 50% in the qualifying examination and having studied the pre-requisite subjects for admission in to the desired program.|
|Note-||Pursuing Graduation in any subject can also take admission parallel in this course.|
|1) Matric Marksheet & Admit Card||2) Inter marksheet & Admit card||3) Aadhar Card||4) 5 passport size photo|
1. General Anatomy l Various Anatomical Terms l Axis l Plane 2. Bone l Composition & Function l Classifications l Various Terms & Markings on The Bones 3. Muscle l Structure of Various Types of Muscle l Classifications l Isometric & lsotonic Muscle Contraction 4. Nerve l Structure of Peripheral Nerve l Introduction of Brain & Spinal Cord 5. Joints l Definition l Classification l Structure of Synovial Joints 6. Blood l Composition & Function l Blood Groups 7. Function of The Following Systems l Renal l Respiratory l Cardiovascular l Reproductive 8. Anatomy of Skin 9. Basic Anatomy of Body and kidney 10. Self-protection & 11. Basics of Renal Anatomy & Physiology Acute 12. Renal Failure/chronic Renal Failure 13. Physiological Principle And Urea Kinetic Modelling 14. Vascular Access For Hemodialysis 15. Acute hemodialysis Prescription 16. Chronic Hemodialysis Prescription 17. Complication During Hemodialysis 18. Anticoagulation 19. Hemodialysis Machine : Working Principals 20. Water Treatment Plant : Working Principles 21. Complication And Management of Complication during Dialysis 22. Assessment of Adequacy of Dialysis 23. Peritoneal Dialysis 24. Physiology of Peritoneal Dialysis Sickling TestZ l Coomb's Test l Reagent Preparation (haematology) l Blood Grouping HB-electrophoresis l Haematology Automation l Total Leukocyte Count l Pt/pttk l Bt / ct l Quality Control Procedure l Urine Routine (microscopy) l Urine Routine (Biochemical) Microbiology l Brief Introduction to Microbiology l Sterilsation & Disinfection l Microscopy Handling (Gram / AFB / Albert) l Preparation & Precessing l Preparation of Various Media l Culture Method l Collection of Samples (Blood / Urine / Stool / Sputum / Scrapping / Soars) l Identification of Commonly isolated Organism Based on Biochemical Reaction (e.coli Klebsiella, Pseudomonas, Staph Aureus) l Serology (RA / ASO / STS / Widal / Viral Markers) l Quality Control in Microbilogy l Automation in Microbiology Biochemistry l Introduction to Clinical Biochemistry l Fundamentals of Spectroscopy l Introduction of Biophysics l Introduction of Quality Control Program in Biochemistry l Chemistry and Metabolism of Carbohydrate l Basic Concept in Clinical Laboratory\ l Estimation of Blood Glucose l Estimation of Blood Urea l Estimation of Serum Creatinine l Estimation of Serum Protein / albumin l Estimation of Serum Cholestero l Estimation of CSF / Urine Protein (quantitative) l CLIA Process Automation in Clinical Biochemistry Practical Competencies 1. Demonstration of Human Skeleton l Anatomical Position l Axis l Plane l Identification of Various Bones & Joints l Demonstration of Movement Possible at Various Joints 2. Characteristic Features, Side Determination Applied Anatomy of l Upper Limb Bones a. Scapula b. Clavicle c. Humerus d. Radius e. Ulna l Lower Limb Bones a. Hip b. Femur c. Tibia d. Fibula 3. Methods of BF Measurement 4. Surface Markings of Important Structure of The Body 5. Slide Preparation 6. Microscope Operations 7. Sample Collection 8. Basic Anatomy of Body and kidney 9. Self-protection & Medical Hazards. 10. Physiological Principle and Urea Kinetic 11. Vascular Access for Hemodilysis 12. Acute Hemodialysis Prescription 13. Chronic Hemodialysis Prescription 14. Complication During Hemodialysis 15. Anticoagulation 16. Hemodialysis Machine l Maintenance 17. Water Treatment Plant l Maintenance 18. Initiation of Dialysis Hem Dialysis 19. Hemodialysis Apparatus 20. Complication and Management of Complication During Dialysis 21. Peritoneal Access Devices 22. Physiology of Peritoneal Dialysis.