RAD115 Radiographic Procedures 1

This course will cover positioning for x-ray examinations in specific imaging procedures. Students will learn patient preparation, equipment capabilities, patient terminology, patient instruction, technique and positioning variations, for adaptations of patient's condition and body habitus. Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to perform these imaging procedures (including the positioning, technical factors, anatomy, physiology, and basic pathology): chest and abdomen, hand and wrist, forearm and elbow, humerus, shoulder and scapula, clavicle and A.C. joints, toes and feet, os calcis and ankle, tibia and fibula, knee and patella, femur, and pelvis.

Prerequisites

RAD110

Corequisites

RAD120

Credit Hours: 
2.00
Catalog Code: 
RAD115