1. Patient & Part Positions
3. Central Ray & Angulations
5. Image Receptor
6. Cassette Size
7. Body Planes
8. Average Technique's & Technique Chart
9. Breathing Instructions
11. Special Procedures
12. Most Common Protocols ( Quick Reference Guide)
13. TIPS for Technologists
14. Structures Shown
15. Sample Radiographs
16. Medical Terminology ( OVER 200 DEFINED MEDICAL TERMS)
17. Radiographic Calculator ( Calculate MA, Time & mAs )
18. Radiographic Pathology
19. Fracture List
20. U.S. State Radiological Bureau Contact Info.
21. RT News Updates
Always remember to properly shield your patients to reduce the risk of unneccessary radiation exposure (ALARA).
Thank you for choosing The Virtual Radiographers Guide to Radiographic Positioning and we do hope you enjoy the App. Please remember that although these are the most common positions and protocols, they may vary by institution.
TARGET AUDIENCE: Radiologic Technologists, Radiography Students, Medical Students, Radiology Residents, Medical Residents, Physicians, and Radiologists
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