radiologic technologist


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Noun1.radiologic technologist - a scientist trained in radiological technology
scientist - a person with advanced knowledge of one or more sciences
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The grant will also facilitate in-service training on proper cart-to-table transfers, wheelchair-to-bed transfers and gait-belt transfers, as well as the purchase of Safety Essentials continuing education modules for radiologic technologist staff members.
Keywords: radiation protection practices, biological effects, radiation exposure, radiologic technologist
As a parent, you should verify that the radiologic technologist imaging your child has the appropriate credentials including certification and a state license.
Lacasse was a life member and past president of the Vermont Society of Radiologic Technologists, as well as one of the first ARRT-registered technologists in Vermont--quite a feat since she studied for the exams independently and received all of her training on the job.
Suny Upstate Medical University Requires The Professional Services Of Two (2) Qualified Radiologic Technologists - Ct/mri
RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGISTS ARE SKILLED professionals who--at the request of physicians--perform radio-graphic examinations such as x-rays and diagnostic imaging procedures that may include computerized tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).
A competent radiologic technologist will be able to explain the procedure in detail, help you prepare for it and tell you what to expect.
As a part of the health care team, radiologic technologists must be prepared for any patient condition.
Although it is well written, easy to read, durable in construction and deserving of a "thumbs up" for overall quality, I do not recommend this book for the general radiologic technologist population because of its specific focus on pediatric patients.
Thomas wants to know that the radiologic technologist "has had some decent work experience and responsibilities.
In my nine years as a radiologic technologist, I have achieved and experienced quite a lot.
For that matter, could a radiologic technologist in the 1950s forecast molecular imaging or could a radiologic technologist today picture the use of NASA and government technology in medical imaging design?