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Nuts and Bolts of X- Ray Interpretation

GEHC-GSS-TTOD-NU3457
Technologist Education
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Product Overview

The ability to read and interpret radiographs is an important aspect of critical care practice and can often help expedite appropriate intervention. More than two billion x-rays are taken around the world each year. On a regular basis, nurses care for patients who undergo this common procedure. By the end of this program, the participant will be able to:   • Describe steps for x-ray film interpretation.   • Discuss factors that affect radiographic data quality.   • Identify various anatomical structures.   • Find and assess proper positioning of catheters, tubes, and devices.   • Recognize typical diseases and pathological patterns.

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