RAD 108 - Clinical Practicum III
A summer clinical experience providing the student with the opportunity to improve skills and gain confidence in the application of new and learned procedures including: Fluoroscopic, Trauma, Surgical, Mobile and Pediatric radiography. 32 hours weekly.
After completing this course, students will be able to:
- Determine appropriate patient interaction and preparation for all Radiographic examinations and procedures.
- Perform mobile and surgical procedures maintaining the principles of sterile technique when applicable.
- Accurately set up fluoroscopic rooms according to individual procedures.
- Apply knowledge and skills in the use of appropriate radiation protection procedures including collimation requirements, time, distance, and shielding.
- Apply knowledge and skills by performing radiologic procedures requiring different routine projections such as trauma radiography.
- Perform routine pediatric examinations (ages 6 and under).
Prerequisite(s): Completion of RAD 107.
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