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Emergency Medicine Technology Laboratory

The University has established an action learning laboratory for Emergency Medical Techniques. It consists of advanced equipment’s like electronic infant CPR, adult CPR, training Manikins, artificial blood transfusion system to train and create efficient medical resource personnel in the field of Emergency Medical Services.

Aim of the action learning laboratory

To enable students with fundamental, comprehensive, and in-depth knowledge of the skills and expertise they require to deal with patients who are in need of urgent medical attention. It engages students in in-depth understanding of emergency care during critical conditions.



To provide students with hands-on learning and practice-based pedagogy on the following:

  1. Recognizing common, urgent and emergent problems in Emergency department
  2. To exhibit the requisite comprehensive understanding of emergency medicine
  3. To demonstrate professionalism in emergency patient care



  1. Competent to work in the field of Pre hospital Emergency
  2. Handle accident and critical conditions
  3. Efficiently manage Medical and Trauma Emergencies
  4. Handle challenging situations and improve decision-making skills in healthcare
  5. Enhancing Employability


Caters to

B.Sc. EMT, B.Sc. OTT (Operation Theatre Te c h n o l o g y ) , B . S c . AT ( A n a e s t h e s i a Technology), SFS (Skill for success). The laboratory also provides exposure to the World Skill participants for hands on training.

The students are trained with the information, skills, and attitude needed to address a variety of clinical issues in emergencies.

Market Linkages

The laboratory’s primary goal is to prepare the students to handle critical care situations within a stipulated time limit. It has collaborative tie-ups

with NABL accredited laboratories such as Manipal Hospitals ( Bengaluru), Apollo Hospitals (Bhubaneswar), Institute of Medical Sciences and SUM Hospital (Bhubaneswar), Ashwini Group of Hospitals (Cuttack and Bhubaneswar), Brahmanand Narayana Multispeciality Hospital (Jamshedpur), Hitech Medical College and Hospital (Bhubaneswar and Rourkela), Kalinga Hospital (Bhubaneswar), etc.

Students will be able to choose a career of better employability, and succeed in their job profile through the training provided in this learning laboratory.