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Rt

abbr. Bible
Ruth

RT

abbr.
1. radiotelephone
2. respiratory therapy
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rt

abbreviation for
right

RT

abbreviation for
1. (Telecommunications) radio telegraphy
2. (Telecommunications) radio telephony
3. (Communications & Information) retweet
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rt.

right.

r.t.


Football.
right tackle.
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Graduates of this 2-year program will be awarded an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Radiologic Technology and are eligible to make application to the American Registry of Radiologic Technology in order to become a Registered Technologist Radiographer.
generously sponsors a travel scholarship to the annual meeting to a randomly selected newly registered technologist. The 2002 winner: Thomas McElwee, Jr., RPSGT was honored with a plaque and selected our 2003 winner Ms.
Q: I'm already a registered technologist. Will the requirements apply to me?
The ethics rules have a provision where a registered technologist has a duty to report a suspected ethical violation, according to Rule 21:
Ethics Rule 19--"making a false statement or knowingly providing false information to ARRT"--and Rule 21--"knowing of a violation or a probable violation of any Rule of Ethics by any Registered Technologist and failing to promptly report in writing the same to ARRT"--also govern conduct related to continuing education.
The most frequent responder was a white (96%) female (94%) registered technologist certified in BD (79%) and employed in an outpatient facility (52%).
Hanging under that certificate is my American Registry of X-ray Technicians certificate, #16204, dated the first day of January 1955, indicating that I am "qualified as an x-ray technician." On the same wall is another certificate, with a blue and gold registry pin that reads "American Society of X-ray Technicians," qualifying me as a registered technologist in radiation therapy, certificate #T-83, dated January 1, 1965.
Santa Fe Imaging (SFI) is a team of board-certified radiologists, registered technologists and patient-focused administrative staff committed to providing Northern New Mexico's highest level of radiologic imaging services for diagnosing disease and injury.

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