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X-Ray: Physics and Fundamentals – Part II
GEHC-SHSRA-TNSC-XR8887-P2
Technologist Education
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Product Overview

X-Ray technicians, also known as radiologic technicians, produce X-ray images of different parts of the body. They introduce non-radioactive substances into the bloodstream of patients to aid in the diagnosis of specific conditions. This course will help entry level learner to obtain foundation level information which is very important to pursue the career as an X-ray technician. This course is the part 2 of X-Ray: Physics and Fundamentals.   After completing this course, you will be able to describe radiation incidents; explain the history of X-rays; list the principles of radiation protection; understand equipment physics; and identify special radiographic equipment.  

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