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RAD 208 Radiographic Procedures III
Credit Hours: 2
Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in RAD 105, RAD 106, RAD 107, and RAD 134

This course covers the advanced radiographic, fluoroscopic and invasive procedures, emphasizing patient care, procedural protocol, and equipment and accessories used. This course covers the following topic areas: trauma radiography, pediatric and geriatric radiography and special procedures (e.g. Myelography, Arthrography, ERCP, Bronchoscopy etc.). The course includes laboratory experience, which provide students opportunity for simulated practice and is integrated with the Radiography Clinical Practicum III course. Following completion of Procedures III, the student is able to perform all routine and special radiographic examinations. The student must integrate concepts from radiation protection and exposure technique to produce optimal quality diagnostic radiographs with minimal radiation exposure to the patient. (1.2) Proficiency Credit Not Available Pass/No Credit Not Available

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