A student after training must be able to: -
Conducting proper clinical examination, elicit and interpret clinical findings and diagnose common respiratory disorders and emergencies.
Perform simple, routine investigative procedures required for making bed side diagnosis, specially sputum collection, examination for etiological organism like AFB, interpretation of chest X-rays and respiratory function tests.
Interpret and manage various blood gases and pH abnormalities in various respiratory diseases.
Manage common diseases recognizing need for referral for specialized care in case of inappropriateness of therapeutic response.
Perform common procedures like laryngoscopy, pleural aspiration, respiratory physiotherapy, laryngeal intubation and pneumo-thoracic drainage aspiration.
Diagnosis and treatment of Tuberculosis under NTEP guidelines, GeneXpert Laboratory for the diagnosis of Drug-Resistant TB using CB-NAAT (Cartridge Based Nucleic Acid Amplification Test), Pulmonary Function Testing, Video Assisted Fiber-optic Bronchoscopy, Thoracentesis, Intercostal Drainage tube insertion, diagnosis and treatment of various lung disease like Pneumonia, Asthma, COPD, ILD, Occupational lung disease.