Outline the propane industry and customer installation, Perform “Odor” Investigations, examine house piping codes and installation methods, and demonstrate pipe cutting and threading. Learners will also discuss Steel main tapping and stopping, cathodic protection and testing, corrosion control, and contrast the differences between steel and plastics gas systems.
Prepares radiography students to perform routine radiographic procedures of the skull, facial bones, sinus, spine, bony thorax, gastrointestinal, urological, and special studies . Course includes considerations for contrast, mobile, surgical and trauma procedures. Students apply knowledge of human anatomy to position the patient correctly to achieve and evaluate optimal diagnostic quality images which includes identifying radiographically significant anatomy.
Explores the factors that impact image acquisition, display, archiving and retrieval are discussed. Guidelines for selecting exposure factors and evaluating images within analog and digital systems. Principles of digital system quality assurance and maintenance are presented.
This fifth level clinical course prepares radiography students to perform radiologic procedures on patients with limited direct and mainly indirect supervision. Students apply radiation protection and standard precautions in the production of radiographic images in a health care setting while adhering to legal and ethical guidelines. Students are encouraged to demonstrate independent judgment in the performance of clinical competencies.