DMLT Medical Lab Technologist course Content / syllabus in west-bengal
Below is the DMLT Medical Lab Technologist course content in west-bengal used by the training institutes as part of the DMLT Medical Lab Technologist course training. The DMLT Medical Lab Technologist course syllabus covers basic to advanced level course contents which is used by most of DMLT Medical Lab Technologist training classes in west-bengal .
1. Anatomy And Physiology
a. Parts of human body-Anatomical terms and position, Different types of tissues and their
b. Cardiovascularsystem- Circulation, Heart. Arteries, Veins, Bolld-composition, function, normal
counts, coagulation and anticoagulants, CSF (composition, function), Grouping, identification of
c. Urinary system-Kidney, Ureter, Bladder, Urethra, Prostate, Urine composition-normal and abnormal.
d. Nutrition- Carbohydrate, Protein, Fat, Vitamins and Minerals.
2. Haematology And Blood Banking
a. Introduction-Haematology, Collection of blood, Anticoagulants.
b. Haemoglobin estimation
c. RBC-Haemocytometer, calculation, abnormal forms, normal values, haematocrit, red. Cell indices,
reticulocyte count, sickle cell preparation, anaemia.
d. WBC-Methods, calculation, immature forms, normal values, leukaemia.
e. Differential White cell count-Including staining procdure, eosinopphil count.
f. Erythorcyte Sedmantation Rate-Methods, values factors affecting ESR.
g. Coagulation tests-BT,CT,PT,APTT,Clot retraction test, Platelet count.
h. Preparation of bone marrow smears-All immature cells.
i. CSF examination
j. ABO blood group system
k. RH blood group system-Techniques of grouping.
l. Cross matching, combs test.
m. Blood transfusion-Procedure and complications.
n. Equipments-Principle & practice of equipments used in haematology & Bl.BK.
a. History-Micro organism in health and disease in man.
b. Serilization-Physical, Chemical and mechanical methods.
c. Bacteria-Identification, Different methods of staining, different types of cocci& bacilli.
d. Bacterial growth and cultivation of Micro-organism-Method, common culture and special media,
antibiotic sensitivity tests.
e. Fungi- Morphology and cultivation.
f. Collection and processing-Sputum, urine, swabs, stool, blood, CSF and aspirations.
g. Semen analysis
h. Parasitology-Ova and cysts in stool.
i. Routine Examination of stool-Physical and microscopic examination.
j. Virology-General, HIV & Hepatitis.
k. Equipment-Theory and practical working of equipments used in microbiology.
a. Proteins- Theory and practical of total proteins, albumin, globulin & lipoprotein.
b. Carbohydrate- Theory and practical of glucose.
c. Lipids- Theory and practical of cholesterol, triglyceride, ketone bodies.
d. Liver function tests
e. Kidney function tests.
f. Collection and preservation-Blood, serum, plasma, CSF.
g. Electrolytes-Sodium, potassium and chlorides.
h. Equipments-Principle and practical working of equipments in biochemistry.
1. Clinical Pathology, Serology & Immunology
a. Urine examination-Collection & preservation, Routine, microscopic, 24 hrs urine examination.
b. Stool examination
c. Sputum examination
d. Semen analysis
e. Antogen and antibody reactions-Agglutination, widal, VDRL, RA test, CRP test.
f. Immunoassay-ELISA, Hormone &tumor marker study by different immunoassay methods.
g. Equipments-Principal & practice of equipments used in clinical pathology and immunology.
2. Histopathology and Cytology
a. Tissue Fixation-Different fixatives used in histopathology and cytopatholgy.
b. Tissue processing-Collection, labeling, fixation, dehydration, clearing, impregnation, embedding.
c. Section cutting-Microtome, technique of section cutting.
d. Staining-H&E, Giemsa, PAP.
e. Cytology-Types of specimens, preservation, Smear preparation and staining.
f. Equipments-Principle & practice of equipments used in histopathology & cytology.
3. Quality control in laboratory practice
4. Laboratory management and planning