DialysisIt is the process of removing harmful substances such as urea and excess water accumulated in the human body due to various health problems and kidney failure through an artificial membrane. It is effectively used in the treatment of advanced renal failure. Dialysis treatment provides the continuation of life by regulating some of the impaired kidney functions. dialysis technicians is the health worker who supports this treatment. Students who graduate from the programDialysis Technician' is given the title.

With modern treatments developing in the medical world, the prolongation of the course of chronic diseases and the increase in the average life expectancy accordingly, the need for healthcare services has increased gradually in diseases related to many organ failure, especially kidney failure. Today, the number of dialysis units that can meet the needs of kidney patients is increasing, however, there is a need for qualified personnel who can meet this increase.

What are the qualifications required by the program?

Students who are interested in the program must be successful in the YKS (TYT) score type. Atlas University Dialysis Program purpose; To train qualified health technicians who can monitor the periodic connection of patients to the dialysis machine under the supervision of doctors in diseases requiring dialysis, and who can inform patients and their relatives about the application to be made.

What opportunities does the program offer its students?

Students in this program, apart from common courses, Biophysics, Nephrology, Dialysis Machines They will take courses such as Use and Care, Dialysis-I, Pediatric Nephrology, Professional English-I, Clinical Practice-I, Dialysis-II, Internal Diseases, Surgical Diseases, Chronic Patient Psychology, Vocational, English-II, Clinical Practice-II.

In which fields can graduates find the opportunity to work?

From the dialysis program graduates; are employed in state hospitals, private hospitals and private dialysis centers.

Undergraduate Transfer Programs

¬ Emergency Aid and Disaster Management
¬ Nursing
¬ Healthcare Management
¬ Social service