RAD 225 W - Advanced Imaging Procedures
An overview of advanced imaging procedures such as: equipment, the use of computers in imaging, responsibilities of the radiographer, and the care of the patient. The use of body systems-based approach to imaging procedures. This course is desinated as a writing emphasis course.
Prerequisite: RAD 230 Clinical Education IV, RAD 204 Advanced Positioning, or permission of instructor
3 Class Hours
Learning Outcomes of the Course:
Upon successful completion of this course the student will be able to:
1. Describe specialized radiographic equipment utilized for vascular, cardiac, surgical, interventional, an trauma radiography.
2. Identify radiographic anatomy utilizing advanced imaging procedures.
3. Determine the ideal diagnostic procedure which will provide optimal diagnostic results.
4. Provide patient education for advanced imaging procedures.
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