Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] (Cardiac Technology) - Course Overview

  • STREAM

    PARAMEDICAL

  • DURATION

    3 YEARS

  • COURSE

    Cardiac Technology

  • COURSE TYPE

    Graduation

    Bachelor of Science in Cardiac Technology Top Colleges, Syllabus, Scope and Salary

    Sakshi Gupta Sakshi Gupta
    Content Curator

    B.Sc. in Cardiac Technology is a 3-year full-time undergraduate course divided into 6 semesters. Cardiac Technology is an allied course in medicine.

    Cardiac Technologists assist physicians during invasive cardiovascular testing; a tube is inserted into one of the blood vessels that carry blood into the heart.

    The job of a technician is to perform tasks that require less medical training before and during the procedure so doctors can focus on the results of the test.

    A patient’s life may depend on the efficiency of the Cardiac Care Technologists. The course has been designed to teach eligible candidates to:

    • test patients for heart problems.
    • take care of those suffering from cardiovascular disease.
    • use and maintain medical equipment and machines used in the field.
    • apply basic and advanced life support skills.
    • study emergency invasive procedures that could save an individual's life.
    • insert catheters and use pacemakers in practical settings.
    • study cardiac-related procedures.
    • observe the correct way to perform cardiac procedures before applying practical skills.

    Suh management of cardiac disorders includes:

    • complex diagnostic and therapeutic procedures
    • relevant use of computer hardware, tools, machines, and pharmacological agents.
    • advanced knowledge of the scientific principles on which the tests and equipment function.
    • correct and safe use of such cardiac equipment.
    • adequate knowledge of structure and function of the human body, especially the cardiovascular system.
    • an optimal delivery of cardiovascular health care.
    • complex diagnostic and therapeutic procedures.
    • skills for management of various cardiac disorders.
    • application of specialized occupational theory
    • skills to work independently as qualified Cardiovascular Technologists.
    • cardiac catheterization and electrophysiology.
    • technical procedures under the direction of a qualified physician.
    • technical procedures for the diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular injury and disease.

    The average annual course fee in India ranges between INR 1,000 and 4 lakhs, depending upon the institute offering the course.

    The average annual salary offered in India to successful graduates of the course ranges between INR 2 and 20 lakhs, depending upon the candidate’s expertise in the field.

    B.Sc. in Cardiac Technology: Course Highlights

    Shown below are some of the major highlights of the course.

    Course LevelUnder Graduate
    Duration3 years
    Examination TypeSemester System
    Eligibility10+2 from a recognized educational Board
    Admission ProcessCounselling after qualification of entrance examination
    Top recruiting organizationsManipal, Nextgen, Apollo, etc.
    Top recruiting areasPrivate clinics, Hospital administration, Research and Medical colleges, and such.
    Top job profilesCardiovascular Technologist, Cardiologist, Medical Sonographer, among others.
    Course FeeINR 1,000 to 4 lakhs
    Average Starting SalaryINR 2 to 20 lakhs

    B.Sc. in Cardiac Technology: What is it About?

    Cardiac technology is an area of specialization for allied health professionals. Cardiac Technologists assist physicians in:

    • diagnosing and treating cardiac (heart) and peripheral vascular (blood vessel) conditions.
    • preparing patients for open-heart surgery.
    • implanting pacemakers.
    • monitoring patients during these procedures.
    • performing cardiac stress tests and electrocardiograms.
    • using and maintaining the medical equipment that catches irregular heartbeats.
    • working in laboratory settings on real patients.
    • management of various cardiac disorders having complex diagnostic and therapeutic procedures.

    Top Institutes offering B.Sc. in Cardiac Technology

    Some of the top institutes offering the course in the country with the corresponding locations and fees charged by the respective colleges are listed below.

    NAME OF INSTITUTECITYAVERAGE ANNUAL FEES
    Christian Medical CollegeVelloreINR 1,13,000
    Frontier Lifeline HospitalChennaiINR 30,000
    Geetanjali Medical College and HospitalUdaipurINR 1,20,000
    Geetanjali UniversityUdaipurINR 70,000
    JipmerPuducherryINR 75,000
    KLE UniversityBelgaumINR 3,50,000
    M.M.M College of Health SciencesChennaiINR 1,750
    MgmihsMumbaiINR 1,10,000
    Rajiv Gandhi Paramedical InstituteDelhiINR 10,000
    Rajiv Gandhi University of Health SciencesBangaloreINR 50,000
    Sri Jay Deva Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences and ResearchMysoreINR 1,50,000
    Sri Venkateswara Institute of Medical SciencesTirupatiINR 10,250

    Eligibility for B.Sc. in Cardiac Technology

    Listed below are the minimum criteria of eligibility that interested candidates need to fulfil in order to apply for the course.

    • 10+2 educationcompleted in the Science stream from a recognized educational Board.
    • Physics, Chemistry, English and Biology as the main subjects of study at the 10+2 level.
    • A minimum aggregate score of 50% (45% for SC/ST/OBC candidates) at the 10+2 level.

    B.Sc. in Cardiac Technology: Admission Process

    Most institutes offering the course admit students based on their performance in a relevant entrance test, followed by a round of Personal Interview. Some institutes conduct their own entrance tests for offering admission. Admission process generally varies across colleges.

    B.Sc. in Cardiac Technology: Syllabus and Course Description

    A year - wise breakup of the course’s syllabus is tabulated below.

    YEAR IYEAR IIYEAR III
    Human anatomyMedicine relevant cardiac careCardiac care technology clinical
    PhysiologyApplied pathologyCardiac care technology applied
    BiochemistryApplied pharmacologyCardiac care technology advanced
    PathologyIntroduction to cardiac technology -
    Microbiology--

    B.Sc. in Cardiac Technology: Career Prospects

    Cardiac Technologists use diagnostic cardiology equipment and monitor resultant data, typically in assistance to a physician. Cardiac tech jobs are available in a a variety of specialties including:

    • invasive cardiology
    • vascular technology
    • echocardiography
    • non-invasive cardiology.

    Cardiovascular technologists and cardiovascular technicians serve as cardiovascular assistants to physicians. They:

    • aid in the diagnosis and treatment of heart and blood vessel issues.
    • review doctor and patient documentation.
    • schedule appointments and monitor patients' heart rates.
    • look after and operate the equipment.
    • explain test procedures to patients and identify problems in their test findings.
    • specialize in invasive procedures.
    • assist in the cardiac catheterization of balloon angioplasties and electrophysiology tests.

    Some of the top professional avenues open to such graduates are listed below with the corresponding salaries offered for the respective positions.

    Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Cardiac Technology annual salary
    JOB POSITIONJOB DESCRIPTIONAVERAGE ANNUAL SALARY
    Cardiovascular TechnologistCardiovascular Technicians use a variety of procedures and instruments to diagnose and treat heart disease and vascular problems. The entry-level technicians perform electrocardiograms (EKGs), and may set up stress tests and Holter monitoring. With their experience and additional training, such technicians can perform more diagnostic tasks, by using sonography and other types of non-invasive procedures as well as advanced life support techniques.INR 6,68,000
    Medical SonographerMedical Sonographers play an important role in non-invasive diagnostics. They perform imaging procedures which use non-ionizing, and high frequency sound waves to create an image when it can be used in place of exploratory surgery or imaging that uses radiation. The common use for sonography is to look at an unborn fetus in prenatal care, but some of Medical Sonographers can also specialize in imaging the abdomen, breasts or brain. Typical duties include preparing patients, explaining the exam, and performing the procedures and reporting the findings to the patient or a physician. Most of the Medical Sonographers work in hospital settings, and are required to stand or walk for long periods of time. INR 7,00,000
    CardiologistPatients are typically referred to Cardiologists by their regular doctors. Patients may be experiencing symptoms that indicate heart trouble. Cardiologists diagnose and treat heart and blood vessel problems using a combination of symptom review, physical examination, and medical testing. Cardiologists work in private practice centres as consultants to patients' general care practitioners, while some others work for universities as researchers and teachers.INR 16,00,000
    Dialysis TechnicianDialysis Technicians, often referred to as Patient Care Technicians (PCTs), follow strict protocols to guarantee safe and effective outcomes for patients undergoing this four-hour procedure. They monitor and adjust fluid removal rate according to patients’ vital signs, and minimize the possibility of infection through proper equipment handling and sterilization.INR 5,40,000
    Nephrologist TechnicianDialysis Biomedical Technicians assist in the treatment of patients who are suffering from end stage renal disease and other illnesses that can cause the kidneys to shut down or improperly function. They work with other team members to complete a variety of tasks including meeting patient needs, operating specialized machines, sanitizing and cleaning tools and equipment, and maintaining medical equipment.INR 14,00,000

    Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] (Cardiac Technology) Fee Structure in India


    6 K (Minimum Fee)PUBLIC COLLEGES6.43 L (Maximum Fee)
    2.72 L (Average Fee)
    18.28 K (Minimum Fee)PRIVATE COLLEGES6.35 L (Maximum Fee)
    2.84 L (Average Fee)

    Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] (Cardiac Technology) Fee Structure by State


    Tamil Nadu

    6 KPUBLIC COLLEGES3.8 L
    1.52 L
    90 KPRIVATE COLLEGES6 L
    3.32 L

    Karnataka

    53.4 KPUBLIC COLLEGES6.43 L
    3.58 L
    1.65 LPRIVATE COLLEGES6.35 L
    4.31 L

    Puducherry

    3 LPUBLIC COLLEGES3 L
    3 L
    18.28 KPRIVATE COLLEGES2.25 L
    1.56 L

    Comments

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    17 Comments
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    akash pal

    Which College is best in uttar pradesh for cardiovascular technologist

    08 Apr, 2020 11:07
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    Shobhna Chaturvedi

    Hi Akash, it would be advisable if you choose the college as per your choice and convenience.

    08 Apr, 2020 11:17
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    Jaya

    Please tell me collages to do bsc cardiac technology in kerala.... Can i do msc in this course?

    06 Apr, 2020 11:08
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    Shobhna Chaturvedi

    Hi Jaya, you can check the list of the colleges in country from here: B.Sc Cardiac Technology Colleges

    06 Apr, 2020 12:25
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    jagan khosh

    Hi.. I completed my 12th with 64% marks in 2015 and how can I study Bsc cardiovascular technology in Chennai or Mysore or Bangalore and please suggest me some of the best university or institution for it

    25 Feb, 2020 02:15
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    Shobhna Chaturvedi

    Hi Jagan, you can check the list of the colleges from below:

    25 Feb, 2020 17:51
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    Mahalakshmi Ramesh

    Hi my age is 18 now can i join bsc cardiology now

    20 Nov, 2019 07:21
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    Shobhna Chaturvedi

    Hi Ramesh, kindly mention the college/university in which you want to take admission so that we can provide you its eligibility criteria.

    20 Nov, 2019 10:41
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    Jogeswar Sada Siva

    So can I take bachelor of science in cardiology without clearing neet?

    10 Nov, 2019 14:55
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    Shobhna Chaturvedi

    Hi Jogeswar, this depends on the college/university in which you are applying for admission as selection criteria may vary for a specific course from college to college. Some may provide admission on the basis of NEET score while others may conduct their own entrance exam for giving admission.

    11 Nov, 2019 13:21
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    Nandani

    cardiologist banne ke liye mbbs course compulsory hai kya

    05 Nov, 2019 10:56
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    Shobhna Chaturvedi

    Hi Nandini, yes, MBBS is necessary in order to become doctor for any field.

    05 Nov, 2019 11:22
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    shubhi gupta

    Plz tell me in which field can i do MSc after completing my bsc in cardiovascular technology

    04 Nov, 2019 11:36
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    Shobhna Chaturvedi

    Hi Shubhi, you can apply for the same course at PG level or you can go for any medical course related to cardiology.

    04 Nov, 2019 12:34
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    Nandani

    bsc cardiovascular technology government college me addmission lene ke liye neet important hai

    29 Oct, 2019 16:59
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    Shobhna Chaturvedi

    Hi Nandini, this depends on the college/university in which you are applying as some of the universities conducts entrance of their own for providing admission while others provide it on basis of NEET score.

    30 Oct, 2019 00:32
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    Nandani

    which college is best in mahrastra for bsc cardiovascular technology

    05 Nov, 2019 10:54
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    Shobhna Chaturvedi

    You can refer to Mahatma Gandhi Mission Institute of Health Sciences (MGMIHS) in Maharashtra for B.Sc Cardiovascular Technology course.

    05 Nov, 2019 11:14
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    Rakibul Islam

    Hi i am rakibul islam .i want to do this cource. My contact no -7602388173 .plz help me I have 70%marks in H. S

    28 Sep, 2019 14:12
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    Shobhna Chaturvedi

    Hi Rakibul, kindly mention the college/university in which you want to take admission so that we can provide you its admission procedure.

    15 Nov, 2019 17:18
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    Shahnaz Begum

    Can I do DM in cardiology after bsc perfusion technology

    24 Sep, 2019 15:20
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    Shobhna Chaturvedi

    Hi Shahnaz, as per the qualification, you are eligible for this course. However, minimum required percentage may vary from college to college. Thus, it depends on the college/university in which you are applying for admission.

    24 Sep, 2019 16:29

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