Anesthesia Technology Program (ANTC) is an allied health profession specifically focused on fundamental and advanced clinical procedures which assist the anesthesiologist in providing safe and efficient care of patients undergoing anesthesia. Anesthesia Technologists may work in a variety of clinical settings including hospital operating room, interventional and diagnostic radiology, labor and delivery units, intensive care units, emergency rooms, outpatient procedure suites and day care operating room. Anesthesia Technologists is responsible of IV team services and provide the highest standard of care for all patients, pediatric and adult who require Intravenous cannulation.

College College of Applied Medical Sciences.

Campus Undergraduate

Degree BSc (Bachelor’s degree in Anesthesia Technology)

Gender Male & Female

Years of study 5 years (Includes Pre-Professional and Internship)

Credit Hours 139

Language English