VIVO Healthcare Launched Dialysis Technician Course to Bridge the Gap Between Demand and Supply of Patients and DTs

Dialysis makes the difference between life and death for those who suffer from renal failure. Last stage kidney disease cases in India are estimated to 1.5 to 1.7 lacs every year. While the number of Indian diabetics is predicted to hit 100 million by 2030, Dialysis Technicians will be in great demand. VIVO Dialysis Technician course is launched to bridge the gap between demand and supply of increasing dialysis technician in India.

Gurgaon, India, August 14, 2015 –(PR.com)– On 16th Feb. 2015, VIVO Healthcare had launched a career oriented program on “Dialysis Technician.”

The course is intended to provide participants with unique insights and fundamental as well as advanced skills required for mastering the field of dialysis and operating dialysis machines for patients with kidney disorders.

The course and curriculum is designed by VIVO Healthcare with inputs from Neurologists and Renal Physiologists and recognized by HSSC (Healthcare Sector Skill Council). Participants will follow a unique mixture of intensive ‘hands-on’ training and comprehensive analytical and institutional lectures taught by a renowned faculty of medical specialists, senior officials, and trainers.

The Dialysis Technician course is in great demand at present to cure people suffering from renal disorders. Thus when kidneys can no longer clean toxins from the blood, a dialysis machine and a dialysis technician to operate it can step in. A dialysis technician works closely with patients, nurses and doctors to make sure that this vital medical equipment runs smoothly. His responsibilities also include checking a patient’s chart, administering local anaesthesia and inserting the needle and starting dialysis according to the prescription. During dialysis, the technician checks the anticoagulant and fluid rates and adjusts them accordingly. The patient must be in the proper position and the technician must respond to any alarms or emergencies. After dialysis, the technician disconnects the machine, cleans it and records the patient’s vital signs. Thus under the proper direction and guidance of senior technicians, nurses and doctors, a Dialysis Technician play a vital role as part of the dialysis team. Dialysis Technicians is therefore involved to initiate, monitor, and discontinue dialysis treatments for the renal failure patient.

“The course is gaining importance day-by-day and after successfully completion of it, a student gets employed in hospitals, outpatient clinics and other medical facilities. The demand for Dialysis Technicians continues to grow and is expected to grow at a steady pace over the next several years,” said, Mr. Shakti Singh, Director of VIVO Healthcare.

After successful completion of this intensive 936 hours course, participants will be certified from VIVO Healthcare and will be provided placement in the healthcare sector.

About Course:
Dialysis makes the difference between life and death for those who suffer from renal failure. Last stage kidney disease cases in India are estimated to 1.5 to 1.7 lacs every year. While the number of Indian diabetics is predicted to hit 100 million by 2030, Dialysis Technicians will be in great demand. VIVO Dialysis Technician course is launched to bridge the gap between demand and supply of increasing dialysis technician in India.

About VIVO Healthcare:
As a leading healthcare training and education company, we offer best in class job-oriented programs to help launch your career. Our programs are accredited by the most respected organizations in the field of healthcare and are recognized by leading employers in the industry.

We also offer health, safety and life support programs for corporate, schools and healthcare providers. Each of our programs is thoughtfully designed to meet the specific needs of our participants and is meant to give you the practical and theoretical skills required to save someone’s life.

For more information dialysis technician course, and paramedic courses, visit our website http://www.vivohealthcare.com/ or contact:

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AVP, Corporate Communication,
+91 92122 46981
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