Bachelor of Medical Radio and Imaging Technology in Dehradun
About the Course
The profession of Bachelor of Medical Radio and Imaging Technology requires attention to people's needs, propensity to communication, and accuracy in acting, ability to work in a group. The interest in health technology and computer applications connected to it is necessary, in order to produce, process, transmit and store biomedical images, useful for protecting the health of citizens.
The training course at UIHMT group of college Dehradun, intends to tackle in a first phase the study of the preparatory disciplines and the biomedical sciences to consolidate the basic knowledge. In this phase the student will also acquire the knowledge of the theoretical and methodological aspects on which the professional activity of the Medical Radiology Technician is based and will begin to carry out the practical activities related to the profession through the internship.
This will be followed by the learning of the other clinical disciplines and in particular the professionalizing ones related to the equipment and techniques included in the various branches of Medical Radiology (imaging, radiotherapy, nuclear medicine, health physics), as well as image processing and archiving techniques , both for theoretical and practical aspects.
Thanks to the experience of the internship the student will acquire the necessary independence in the application of instrumental technologies in the various areas in which Medical Radiology is articulated.
Subspecialties for Diagnostic Radiologists
This course designed to train the candidates for the following:
Radiography is an art and science which involves the medical imaging of patients to produce a radiograph for the diagnosis of disease. A radiologist is a physician who is also an imaging expert with specialized training in obtaining and interpreting medical images obtained by using x-rays (radiographs, CT, fluoroscopy) or radioactive substances (nuclear medicine) or by other means such as sound waves (ultrasound) or the body's natural magnetism (MRI).