×
E-PAPER ▾

E-paper

Avenues

Study Centres

|

Respiratory therapy is a branch of health sciences which deal with diagnosis, treatment, management and care of patients with respiratory or cardiopulmonary problems and breathing disorders. Graduates with any science background can also become a respiratory therapists. A few more colleges where one can study are:

KMCH Institute of Allied Health Science, Coimbatore. Course: BSc Respiratory Therapy

Sri Jayadeva Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences and Research, Bangalore. Course: BSc Respiratory Therapy

Manipal School of Allied Health Sciences, Department of Respiratory Therapy, Manipal. Course: BSc Respiratory Therapy

Andra Mahila Sabha Dr Durgabai Deshmukh Hospital and Research Centre, Hyderabad. Course: Diploma in Respiratory Therapy Training

Nizams Institute of Medical Sciences, Hyderabad. Course: PG Diploma in Respiratory Therapy Technology

MediCiti Hospital, Hyderabad. Course: PG Programme in Respiratory Therapy

 
 
 
 
 

TOP STORIES

Sunday Edition

View All

N Korea blames US for tensions in rare UN talks

10 Dec 2017 | AFP | Seoul

North Korea blamed US "nuclear blackmail" for soaring tensions over its weapons programme in rare meetings with a senior UN official, but agreed to regular communication with the organisation, state media said today. Jeffrey Feltman arrived in Beijing today after wrapping up a five-day visit to Pyongyang aimed at defusing the crisis, just a week after North Korea said it test-fired a new ballistic missile capable of reaching the United States...

Read More

STATE EDITIONS

View All

Cong to hold yatra against Govt policy

13 Dec 2017 | PNS | Ranchi

The Congress will organise a yatra covering all the 11 districts where the party feels that the employment rights of the locals have been compromised with. The protest is also against the said promise reportedly made by Chief Minister Raghubar Das to amend the decision allowing outsiders into Government jobs in certain part of the State...

Read More

Page generated in 0.6958 seconds.