PB322 Rad Tech 1 Winter 2009

PB322 Rad Tech 1 Winter 2009 - Name of course: Radiographic...

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Name of course: Radiographic Technology I Season and Year: Winter 2009 Course number: PB-322 Quarter: 8th Quarter Units: 2 Units Lecture hrs/week: 1-Lecture hour per week Lab hrs/week: 2 Lab/Instruction hours per week Prerequisites/Co requisites: LC 232 Catalogue description: Practical training in the technical aspects of conducting radiographic examinations, including: exposure factors; patient positioning; proper use of equipment; patient and operator radiation protection; darkroom procedures; and patient communications for spine, chest, rib and abdominal views. Instructors' names (lecture): Russell L. Wilson, R.T.(R), CRT Office hours and contact information: 944-6114 E-mail wilson_r@palmer.edu Web site: http://w3.palmer.edu.russell.wilson Russell L. Wilson: 10:00 AM TO 6:00 PM Availability posted outside office and subject to patient care needs and instruction requirements. Office Location: Tasman Clinic X-ray Department Actual hours posted outside office. Web site: http://w3.palmer.edu/russell.wilson Instructors' names (lab): Russell L. Wilson, R.T., CRT see above Dr. Michael Dominguez, D.C. for Wednesday lab Voice mail: (408)795-9897 E-mail: dominguez_m@palmer.edu Dr. Mehdi Moossavi, D.C. for Friday labs only Voice mail: (408) 944-6160 E-mail: moossavi_m@palmer.edu Office hours and contact information: ): Russell L. Wilson, R.T., CRT see above Dr. Michael Dominguez, D.C. Wednesday lab Voice mail: (408)795-9897 e-mail: dominguez_m@palmer.edu Dr. Mehdi Moossavi, D.C. Voice mail: (408) 944-6160 E-mail: moossavi_m@palmer.edu Required texts: Chiropractic Radiography and Quality Assurance Handbook , Russell L. Wilson CRC Press, 1 st edition Required materials and/or other reading: The student must wear their clinic jacket and meet the dress code requirements of the clinic when they enter the clinic x-ray department to schedule or perform their non-human (phantoms) radiographic examinations. During laboratory evaluations, the student should bring their patient gown to be used during the gowning instructions for the patient. Recommended texts: Essentials of Skeletal Radiography , Yochum and Rowe nd edition Or Clinical Imaging With Skeletal, Chest and Abdominal Pattern Differentials Dennis M. Marchiori Evolve 2 nd Edition
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Facilities/Equipment: Lecture rooms, X-ray Positioning Laboratory (room 242) Instructional Materials : 1. PowerPoint Presentations or Slides 2. Videotape” Radiographic Positioning of the Spine” in library (AV) and room 242 3. Videotape “ Radiographic Positioning of the Chest, Thorax, Abdomen, Skull and Facial Bones” in the library (AV) and Room 242 4. Handouts in the syllabus 5. Videotape" Positioning of 411 and 412 Series" in library 6. My Website: http://w3.palmer.edu/russell.wilson Description of teaching methods: Lecture format: Radiographic Technology instruction is presented in slide and lecture format. Radiographic positioning will require memorization of the various source to image distances, tube angulation and placement of the central ray and patient for
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