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  • MR: A Physics Primer  

    “That’s a penguin.” In this program, one of the world's leading medical physicists correlates the relationship of penguins to understanding the concepts of electrostatics, electrodynamics, magnetism, electromagnetism, electromagnetic radiation, and contrast resolution.  After completing this course, you should be

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  • CT: Functional CT  

    CT has become more useful for evaluation of functional or physiological processes. The fine detail and image creation options, coupled with fusion and bioimaging initiatives, have opened an entire new approach to diagnostic imaging. What is all this and how is it applied? What are the diseases for which functional imaging is useful? Fi

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  • X-ray: Impact of Exposure Factors on Quality of Radiographs  

    In radiography, the exposure factors of major concern are the kilovoltage and milli-amperes. The voltage and current provide the power to the X-ray tube to generate the X rays, which penetrate the part of a body to be examined, and forms the image.The various exposure factors need to be adjusted by the radiographer in order to produce

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  • Human Anatomy and Physiology - An Introduction  

    Anyone in the medical field, from doctors and nurses to the anesthetic and operation theater technicians need to be aware of how the human body works. Each person needs to be aware of the various internal and external parts of the body. It is important to know how these parts function to keep the human body in proper working order. The

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  • The Nervous System  

    The nervous system is an extremely vital system of the human body. It is responsible for carrying out all the communications within the body and controls bodily functions along with the endocrine system. The nervous system is made up of an intricate network of cells and nerves that transmits messages to and from the spinal cord and bra

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  • The Endocrine, Integumentary, and Immune Systems  

    The endocrine system consists of a collection of small organs or ductless glands that are distributed throughout the body, each of which secretes hormones into the blood stream for circulation throughout the body. The integumentary system acts as the first line of defense against any external risk. It protects the body from various dis

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  • The Urinary System  

    The urinary system plays a significant role in our body. Kidneys are the main functional organs of the urinary system. A pair of bean-shaped kidneys is aligned with the back muscles of the upper abdominal area. They help in the elimination of waste from the body in the form of urine and selectively reabsorb substances essential for the

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  • MR: Essentials of Brain MR Imaging  

    Neurological magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) techniques vary when imaging the brain. Developments in MR technology, imaging, and pathology, as well as the indications for various pulse sequences are the focus of this program in brain imaging. We discuss various case studies and imaging techniques used to enhance the diagnosis of disea

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  • AT Technician: Administering Anesthesia - Introduction  

    Anethesia is a vital part of pre-surgical procedure. Dosage of anesthesia depends upon the period and duration of surgery. Therefore, the process of administering anethesia should be carried out carefully. At the end of this course, you will be able to: 1. Explain the pre-surgical procedures to prepare the patient and equipment for adm

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  • Infection Prevention & Safety Procedures: Sterilization  

    It is important to keep the equipment and the overall space of the operating room clean to prevent infections. In modern days, the whole procedure of maintaining cleanliness in the operating room is termed as Asepsis or "no infection" zone. At the end of this course, you will be able to: 1. Identify the need for sterilization. 2. Deter

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