Curriculum | B. Sc. (Radio-Imaging Technology) | Third Year

BRIT –3

Paper-1

Paper Code-0502301

ADVANCES IN CT

Topic Learning outcomes(At the end of the training program student should be able to) Teaching Guidelines Teaching Methods Hrs
Advancement in CT

 

Enumerate how to prepare the patient, indication and contraindication Spiral CT, Preparation of Patient, Contrast Media, Indications andContraindications, Technical Aspects of various procedures in CT Dedicated lectures
Demonstrations
Tutorials
10
Cardiac multislice CT Demonstrate the technical aspects, protocol and procedure Prospective ECG, Triggering Retrospective ECG Gating Dedicated lectures
Demonstrations
Tutorials
12
CT Fluoroscopy Enumerate the protocol and technical aspects of the CT fluoroscopy procedure Principle and Image Reconstruction Technique, Radiation Safety Dedicated lectures, Demonstration
Group discussions
Tutorials
12
CT Urography: Can perform the scan. Principle and Image Reconstruction Technique, Radiation Safety Demonstration
PowerPoint lectures
Group discussions
Tutorials
12
CT Enterography: Demonstrate –
Proper Protocol
Technique
Planning
Principle and Image Reconstruction Technique, Radiation Safety Dedicated lecturesDemonstration
Seminars
Power Point
Group discussions
Tutorials
10
CT Angiography: Demonstrate proper protocol and post processing of all special procedures Principle and Image Reconstruction Technique, Radiation Safety Dedicated lectures,
Demonstration
Seminars
Group discussions
Tutorials
18
CT guided Biopsy: Explain procedure to set and management for the this procedure Principle and Image Reconstruction Technique, Radiation Safety Dedicated lectures, Demonstration
Seminars
Group discussions
Tutorials
16

 

PRACTICAL
Paper Code-0502301
ADVANCES IN CT

Application of various advanced procedures in well equipped Hospital and Diagnostic Centers:

  1. All angiography procedures,
  2. Liver triple phase
  3. CT guided Biopsy
  4. CT guided FNAC
  5. Enterography

BRIT –3
Paper-2
Paper Code-0502302

ADVANCES IN MRI

Topic Learning outcomes (At the end of the training program student should be able to) Teaching Guidelines Teaching Methods Hrs
Advances in MRI Demonstrate Preparation of Patient, Contrast agent, Indications andContraindications Technical Aspects of various procedures in MRI To know the patient preparation and filling of MRI consent form. Dedicated lectures
Demonstrations
Seminars
Group discussions
Tutorials
12
Fast pulse sequences Enumerate & Explain pulse sequences like Turbo Spin Echo, Echo Planar Imaging, Single Shot sequences etc Should know the principle of the sequences Dedicated lectures
Demonstrations
Group discussions
Tutorials
18
MRCP Demonstrate Prospective ECG, Triggering Retrospective ECG Gating,  

To able to know proper protocols and technical aspects for all studies.

 

Should know the planning technique for all scans

 

Should know the less time consuming sequences.

 

 

 

Dedicated lectures,

Demonstration

Seminars

Group discussions

Tutorials

6
Spectroscopy Demonstrate Principle, Planning and Image Reconstruction Technique 6
MR Urography Demonstrate Principle, Planning and Image Reconstruction Technique 8
MR Enterography Demonstrate Principle, Planning and Image Reconstruction Technique 8
MR Angiography Explain Principle, Planning and Image Reconstruction Technique 8
Functional MRI Explain Principle, Planning and Image Reconstruction Technique 5
CSF Flow Study: Explain Principle, Planning and Image Reconstruction Technique 5
Diffusion Tensor Imaging Explain Principle, Protocol and Planning 2
MR guided Biopsy Explain Principle and Image Reconstruction Technique 2

 

Paper-2

Paper Code-0502302

ADVANCES IN MRI-PRACTICAL

  1. Principles of magnetic resonance imaging, Instrumentation, basis of magnetic relaxation of T1W & T2W, Image contrast and noise, Inversion recovery pulse sequence, Rapid scan techniques, Fast spin-echo and echo-planar imaging, Fast and water signal separation methods.
  2. Spectroscopy, Artifacts, Flow phenomena,   Contrast  agents,  Interventional magneticresonance imaging, Bioeffects and safety,
  3. MRI Breasts, liver, Adrenal gland, kidney, Urinary bladder, Knee, Shoulder, Brain, Salivary gland, Spine, Neck, CE Angiography, perfusion, Dynamic MRI, Spectroscopy, MRCP, Function MRI etc.

BRIT –3

Paper-3

Paper Code-0502303

NUCLEAR MEDICINE & PET SCAN

Topic Learning outcomes(At the end of the training program student should be able to) Teaching Guidelines Teaching Methods Hrs
Nuclear Medicine Explain the application in Nuclear medicine Applications and Apparatus for nuclear medicine Dedicated lectures
Demonstrations
Tutorials
10
Gamma Camera Enumerate Basic knowledge about gamma camera, its parts and their functions Application, Function and instrumentation Dedicated lectures
Demonstrations
Group discussions
Tutorials
12
SPECT: Enumerate the applications, indications, contraindications and advantages of PET Scan Definition, Applications, Clinical uses, advantages & disadvantages Dedicated lectures, Demonstration
Tutorials
5
PET-CT: Definition, Applications, Clinical uses, advantages & disadvantages Dedicated lectures, Demonstration
Tutorials
5
PET-MRI: Definition, Applications, Clinical uses, advantages & disadvantages Dedicated lectures, Demonstration
Tutorials
6
PET CT & PET MRI Benefits vs risk or PET-CT and PET-MRI Dedicated lectures, Demonstration
Tutorials
6
Radionuclides Demonstrate types of radionuclide, its uses and handling with radiation protection Characteristics and half-life of Radionuclides.
Commonly used Radionuclides
Dedicated lectures, Demonstration
Group discussions
Tutorials
12
Protocols Routine protocols Dedicated lectures, Demonstration
Tutorials
4
Indication, contraindications of PET Scans. Explain proper protocols and technical aspects for all studies Indication and contraindications of PET Dedicated lectures, Demonstration
Seminars
Group discussions
Tutorials
10
Patient Preparation Patient preparation technique in PET Scan. Dedicated lectures, Demonstration
Tutorials
10

BRIT –3
Paper-4

Paper Code-0502304

INTERVENTION IN DIAGNOSTIC RADIOLOGY

Topic Learning outcomes (At the end of the training program student should be able to) Teaching Guidelines Teaching Methods Hrs
Interventional Radiology

 

Explain basic knowledge about interventional radiology and  its applications etc Definition, Indication, Clinical Application, advantages, disadvantages, risks etc. Dedicated lectures
Demonstrations
Seminars
Group discussions
Tutorials
12
Name of different type of Procedure sand description Demonstrate about gamma camera, its parts and their functions All MRI Angiography
All C.T. Angiography
All Biopsy, FNAC, MRI Guided.
All Biopsy, FNAC, USG Guided.
All Biopsy, FNAC CT Scan Guided
USG, CT Scan Guided Tapping
Nerve Blocks.
Radiofrequency Ablation
Stereotactic Brain Biopsy.
Dedicated lectures
Demonstrations
Seminars
Group discussions
Tutorials
28
DSA Perform or Demonstrate proper positioning of patient and management, handling for all DSA procedures.
Should be familiar with DSA software and post processing of procedure
Introduction, its application, instrumentation, all DSA procedures and its advantages, disadvantages and risks vs benefits ratio. Patient’s preparation for DSA procedures Dedicated lectures, Demonstration
Seminars
Group discussions
Tutorials
40

PRACTICAL
Paper-4
Paper Code-0502304
INTERVENTION IN DIAGNOSTIC RADIOLOGY

  1. All MRI Angiography
  2. All C.T. Angiography
  3. All Biopsy, FNAC, MRI Guided.
  4. All Biopsy, FNAC, USG Guided.
  5. All Biopsy, FNAC CT Scan Guided
  6. USG, CT Scan Guided Tapping
  7. Nerve Blocks.
  8. Radiofrequency Ablation
  9. Stereotactic Brain Biopsy.
  10. DSA: Introduction, its application, instrumentation, all DSA procedures and itsadvantages, disadvantages and risks vs benefits ratio. Patient’s preparation for DSAprocedures.

 

BRIT –3
Paper-5
Paper Code-0502305

HOSPITAL PRACTICE AND CARE OF PATIENT

Topic Learning outcomes(At the end of the training program student should be able to) Teaching Guidelines Teaching Methods Hrs
1. Introduction to hospital staffing Enumerate the documentations, consents and management of patient care Hospital staffing and administration. Dedicated lectures
Demonstrations
Tutorials
8
2. Medical records and documentation Medical records and documentation Dedicated lectures
Demonstrations
Tutorials
4
3. Legal issues Demonstrate the handling of PND documents & Explain PNDT act, rule and documentation Legal issues in radiology department, PNDT Act Dedicated lectures
Demonstrations
Tutorials
6
4. Professional ethics Enumerate the ethics Professional ethics and Code of conduct of radiographer Dedicated lectures
Demonstrations
Tutorials
6
5. Handling of patients Demonstrate the patient care and handling Seriously ill and traumatized patients, visually impaired, hearing and speech impaired patients, mentally impaired patients, infectious patients Dedicated lectures
Demonstrations
Tutorials
4
6. Departmental Safety Enumerate the sterile procedures and infection control techniques Safety from hazards due to radiation, electricity etc Dedicated lectures
Demonstrations
Tutorials
6
7. Infection control Skin care, donning of gowns, gloves, face masks, head caps, shoe covers. Dedicated lectures
Demonstrations
Tutorials
4
8. Vitals signs Demonstrate how to management of patient transfer with care Vitals signs. How to measure vital signs Dedicated lectures
Demonstrations
Tutorials
8
9. Body mechanics and transferring of patient Draw sheet lift, use of slide boards, wheelchair to couch, couch to wheelchair, couch to table, three men lift and four men lift. Dedicated lectures
Demonstrations
Tutorials
6
10. First aid Enumerate the theoretical and practical knowledge of first aid Artificial respiration, haemostasis, first aid techniques, ABCD management Dedicated lectures
Demonstrations
Tutorials
10
11. Anesthesia Local anesthesia and general anesthesia, uses in hospital
Facilities regarding general Anesthesia in the X-ray department
Dedicated lectures
Demonstrations
Tutorials
10
12. Adverse reactions Enumerate emergency drugs and uses of emergency drugs Management of adverse reactions to contrast media Dedicated lectures
Demonstrations
Tutorials
8

 

PRACTICAL

Paper-5

Paper

Code-0502305

HOSPITAL PRACTICE AND CARE OF PATIENT

  1. Medical records and documentation
  2. Legal issues in radiology department, PNDT Act
  3. Professional ethics and Code of conduct of radiographer
  4. Handling of patients: Seriously ill and traumatized patients, visually impaired, hearing and speech impaired patients, mentally impaired patients, infectious patients
  5. Departmental Safety
  6. Infection control: skin care, donning of gowns, gloves, face masks, head caps, shoe covers.
  7. Vitals signs
  8. Body mechanics and transferring of patient, draw sheet lift, use of slide boards, wheelchair to couch, couch to wheelchair, couch to table, three men lift and four men lift.
  9. First aid: artificial respiration, haemostasis
  10. Local anesthesia and general anesthesia
  11. Facilities regarding general Anesthesia in the X-ray department
  12. Management of adverse reactions to contrast media

 

BRIT –3

PROJECT

Paper Code-0502306

PROJECT REPORT

Students have to carry out a research project (on any topic related to radiology) under the supervision of a faculty. The project report has to be prepared on the basis of the research work carried out. The assessment is done on the basis of the work done and the presentation and viva.

BRIT –3

Paper-7

Paper Code-0502307

RESEARCH & BIOSTATISTICS

 

Topic Learning outcomes(At the end of the training program student should be able to) Teaching Guidelines Teaching Methods Hrs
Introduction Explain definition. Role of Biostatistics, Uses inferential statistics and types of measurement scales. Definition and characteristics of statistics Importance of the study of statistics
Branches of Statistics
Statistics of and health sciences including nursing
Parameters and estimates
Descriptive and inferential statistics
Variables and their types Measurement scales
Dedicated lectures

Demonstrations

Group discussions

Tutorials

18
Tabulation of Data Enumerate benefits of raw data.
Should be able to draw all diagrams (With labeling), cumulative frequency and Probability.
Raw Data, the array, frequency distribution
Basic principles of graphical representation
Types of diagrams – histograms, frequency polygons, smooth frequency polygon, cumulative frequency curve, normal probability curve
Dedicated lectures

Demonstrations

Group discussions

Tutorials

12
Measures of Central Tendency Enumerate & Explain central tendency its applications and practical uses.
To be able to calculation of means for group and ungroup data, Mode and median.
Introduction: Uses, applications and practical approach
Definition and calculation of mean for ungrouped and grouped data
Meaning, interpretation and calculation of ungrouped and grouped data
Meaning and calculation of mode
Comparison of mean and mode
Guidelines for the use of various measures of central tendency
Dedicated lectures

Demonstrations

Group discussions

Tutorials

16
Measures of Variability

 

Perform & label deviation, average deviation and mean deviation its applications and practical uses.
To be able to understand standard deviation and its definition
Introduction: Uses, applications and practical approach
The range, average deviation or mean deviation
The variance and standard variation
Calculation of Variance and standard variation for ungrouped and grouped data
Properties and uses of variance and standard deviation
Dedicated lectures

Demonstrations

Group discussions

Tutorials

16

 

Sampling Techniques Explain sampling, Raw data its methods, criteria and uses.
To be able to know application of sampling in community.
Should know test of significance.
Introduction: Uses, applications and practical approach
Criteria for good samples
Application of Sampling in Community
Sampling Methods, Sampling and Non- Sampling errors
Sampling variation and tests of significance
Dedicated lectures

Demonstrations

Group discussions

Tutorials

18

 

 

 

 

 

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