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BS Anesthesia

 

Department
Faculty of Rehabilitation & Allied Health Sciences

BS Anesthesia Program Educational Objectives

The BS Anesthesia program aims to:

  • Pursue professional practices of anesthesia or advanced studies based on the technical skills and knowledge in anesthesia, medical sciences, patient care, and supported disciplines.

  • Encourage students to develop and use abstract models in addition to applying respective technology in practical situations.

  • Provide practical skills to the students to initiate their career in industry, professional organizations, hospitals, and healthcare settings, etc.

  • Prove mastery of the anesthesia knowledge and skills necessary to work as a professional anesthetist, by demonstrating an understanding of current anesthesia models, techniques, and practices.

  • Provide formal foundations for higher learning.

 

COURSE FACTS

Study Level

Study Mode

Program Length

Credit Hours

Intake

Class Timings

Undergraduate

Full Time

4 Years (8 Semesters)

136

Fall & Spring

Weekdays Morning

ENTRY TO BS Anesthesia

Eligibility

Selection Criteria

Scholarships

Application

50% marks in Intermediate ,

DAE or Equivalent qualification

Academic Qualification: 30%
Test/Interview: 70%

Need & Merit Based upto 100%

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Semester 1
Semester 2
Semester 3
Semester 4
Semester 5
Semester 6
Semester 7
Semester 8
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
MBCL-101 Medical Biochemistry-l 3(2-1)
HPHL-101 Human Physiology-l 3(2-1)
HANL-101 Human Anatomy-l 3(2-1)
FEN-101 Functional English 3(3-0)
UR-220 Pak Studies 2(2-0)
ICTL-101 Application of information Andcommunication Technologies (ict) 3(2-1)
Total   17
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
MBCL-112 Medical Biochemistry-II 3(2-1)
HPHL-112 Human Physiology-II 3(2-1)
HANL-112 Human Anatomy-II 3(2-1)
EWR-112 Expository Writing 3(3-0)
UR-110 Islamic Studies 2(2-0)
CME-101 Community Medicine 2(2-0)
Total   16
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
ARAL-201 Anatomy Related to Anesthesia 3(2-1)
GPAL-201 General Pathology-l 3(2-1)
PHAL-201 Pharmacology-l 3(2-1)
MIBL-201 Microbiology-1 3(2-1)
HEML-201 Hematology-l 3(2-1)
UR-450 Professional Ethics (Anaethesia Technology) 2(2-0)
Total   17
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
PRAL-201 Physiology Related to Anesthesia 3(2-1)
PHAL-201 Physics Related to Anesthesia 3(2-1)
HEML-212 Hematology-II 3(2-1)
PATL-212 Pathology-II 3(2-1)
EPI-201 Epidemiology 2(2-0)
UR-330 Introduction to Basic Teachings of Quran 2(2-0)
LAM-201 Leadership and Management 2(2-0)
Total   18
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
PCAL-301 Pharmacology Related To Anesthesia 3(2-1)
ANEL-301 Anesthesia Equipment 3(2-1)
HAML-301 Histroy Takeing Pre-operative Assesment & Medication Post-ope Care 3(2-1)
ACDL-301 Anesthesia AndCo-existing Diseases 3(2-1)
CRCL-301 Critical Care 3(2-1)
DTAL-301 Different Types of Anesthesia 3(2-1)
Total   18
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
ACML-301 Anestheisa Realted Complications and Their Management 3(2-1)
ACSL-301 Anesthesia for Cardiothoracic Surgery 3(2-1)
ANGL-301 Anesthesia for Neuro, Emergency and Geriatric Surgery 3(2-1)
BISL-301 Biostatics 3(2-1)
UR-460 Family Life In 21st Century 2(2-0)
UR-324 Introduction To Hadith And Sirah 2(2-0)
Total   16
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
AOUL-401 Anesthesia for G/surgery/orthopadeic and Urological Procedures 3(2-1)
ASPL-401 Anesthesia For Eye Surgical Procedures 3(2-1)
AENL-401 Anesthesia For Ear, nose,thorat Surgery 3(2-1)
AOPL-401 Anesthesia For Obstertic & Padeatric Surgery 3(2-1)
REML-401 Research Methodolgy 3(2-1)
CPAC-401 Clinical Practice In Anesthesia I 3(0-3)
Total   18
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
RESP-401 Research Project 6(6-0)
SEM-401 Seminar 1(1-0)
ADML-401 Anesthesia For Dental, Maxilofical, Head and Neck Surgery 3(2-1)
ECAL-401 Electrocardiograhy For Anesthetist 3(2-1)
CPAC-412 Clinical Practice In Anesthesia li 3(0-3)
Total   16

Our graduates are serving in various national and multi-national companies. Some have established themselves as successful entrepreneurs while others are continuing higher education in renowned national and international universities. We strive to follow the motto of quality teaching and productive research.