RAD 105 - Imaging Procedures II
A continuation of RAD 102 including routine radiographic procedures and applicable anatomy of the appendicular skeleton, digestive system, surgical and pediatric radiography. Role playing and Phantom Radiography prepares the student for practical application of the procedures in their assigned radiology department.
After completing this course, students will be able to:
- Determine appropriate patient interaction and preparation for all Radiographic examinations.
- Critique Radiographs for applicable anatomy, proper position and correct exposure index.
- Formulate appropriate technical factors for radiographic procedures.
- Explain the required breathing instructions, patient position, usable surface landmarks and suitable radiation protection during radiographic procedures.
Prerequisite(s): Completion of RAD 101 and RAD 103.
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