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Health Sci Radiologic Tech (HSXT)

HSXT 1015 BAS RAD ANT & PS

The principles of radiographic anatomy and positioning for the hand, wrist, abdomen, to include upper and lower extremeties, digestive and urinary systems, with emphasis on equipment operation and safety. Permission of Program Director required.

HSXT 1105 RADIOLOGIC TECH I

Introduction to Radiologic Technology including terminology, patient care, body mechanics, medical law, medical ethics, fundamentals of radiographic exposure, and radiation protection will be covered. A continuation of basic radiographic positioning from HSXT 1015 will include upper limbs, lower limbs, and pelvic structures. Critical analysis activities will be utilized during lab and classroom time to ensure integration of program curriculum. $7.00 lab fee

HSXT 1112 DIAG IMAG PRAC I

Coordination and supervision of learning experience in an approved, affiliated hospital clinical setting. Student will be rotated through various clinics by arrangement. The number of hours in clinical rotation varies. Lab fee $7.00 Permission of Program Director required

HSXT 1205 RADIOLOGIC TECH II

A study of the various radiographic procedures along with radiographic film processing and quality assurance for the radiology department. A continuation of radiographic positioning to include the total spine and skull with film critique and radiographic exposure. Permission of Program Director required

HSXT 1215 DIAG IMAG PRAC II

A continuation of radiographic positioning from HSXT 1105 will include the shoulder girdle, bony thorax, the total spine and skull. Critical analysis of the images will be utilized in lab and in the classroom to ensure integration of prerequisite knowledge. Image processing methods are explored in this course. Radiographic topics will be researched and expanded in essay form. Permission of the Program director required. $7.00 lab fee.

HSXT 1223 RADIOLOGIC PHYSICS

The concepts of general physics as they pertain to radiologic technology. Demonstrations will include the circuitry of the radiographic equipment. Permission of Program Director required

HSXT 2091 SPECIAL TOPICS IN RADIOLOGIC T

This elective course will explore indepth the medical imaging modalities (but not limited to) of Computed Tomography, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Nuclear Medicine, Sonography, Radiation Therapy, Inverventional Vascular procedures and Mammography. Knowledge of these specialties affords the student professional development prior to graduation from the program.

HSXT 2092 SPECIAL TOPICS IN RADIOLOGIC T

This elective course will explore indepth the medical imaging modalities (but not limited to) of Computed Tomography, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Nuclear Medicine, Sonography, Radiation Therapy, Inverventional Vascular procedures and Mammography. Knowledge of these specialties affords the student professional development prior to graduation from the program.

HSXT 2093 SPECIAL TOPICS IN RADIOLOGIC T

This elective course will explore indepth the medical imaging modalities (but not limited to) of Computed Tomography, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Nuclear Medicine, Sonography, Radiation Therapy, Inverventional Vascular procedures and Mammography. Knowledge of these specialties affords the student professional development prior to graduation from the program.

HSXT 2094 SPECIAL TOPICS IN RADIOLOGIC T

This elective course will explore indepth the medical imaging modalities (but not limited to) of Computed Tomography, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Nuclear Medicine, Sonography, Radiation Therapy, Inverventional Vascular procedures and Mammography. Knowledge of these specialties affords the student professional development prior to graduation from the program.

HSXT 2095 SPECIAL TOPICS IN RADIOLOGIC T

This elective course will explore indepth the medical imaging modalities (but not limited to) of Computed Tomography, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Nuclear Medicine, Sonography, Radiation Therapy, Inverventional Vascular procedures and Mammography. Knowledge of these specialties affords the student professional development prior to graduation from the program.

HSXT 2096 SPECIAL TOPICS IN RADIOLOGIC T

This elective course will explore indepth the medical imaging modalities (but not limited to) of Computed Tomography, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Nuclear Medicine, Sonography, Radiation Therapy, Inverventional Vascular procedures and Mammography. Knowledge of these specialties affords the student professional development prior to graduation from the program.

HSXT 2302 SP RAD PROC & PROT

Specialized and highly technical procedures that are performed in the Radiology Department will be presented, along with a discussion of the equipment and opaque media used for these procedures. Radiographic anatomy involved in these procedures will be demonstrated and correlated with the student's general knowledge of anatomy and physiology. Radiobiology discusses effects of ionizing radiation on biological systems. Includes interactions with water and macromolecules, early and late effects on germ cells, embryo, and adult tissues. Permission of Program Director required

HSXT 2313 SUM IMAGING I

Continuation of clinical experience as in HSXT 1215. Lab fee $7.00. Permission of Program Director required.

HSXT 2405 RAD TECH III

Radiographic exposure techniques is a major component of this course. Critical analysis activities will ensure integration of program curriculum. Advanced radiographic positioning includes facial bones, sinuses, temporal mandibular joints, optic foramina, mastoids. Critical analysis of these images in the lab and classroom will be a course component. Pediatric radiographic procedures is a component of this course. Permission of the Program Director required.

HSXT 2415 MED IMAG PRAC I

Continuation of clinical experience as in HSXT 2314. The number of hours in clinic rotation varies. Lab fee $7.00. Permission of Program Director required.

HSXT 2423 DEPT ADM REC/PHARM

Various phases of management and operation of a department of radiology including planning and personnel relationships. Costs, legal considerations, department records, archiving systems, and schedule preparations will be presented. This unit will provide the student with the basic concepts of pharmacology. The theory and practice of basic techniques of venipuncture and the administration of diagnostic contrasts and/or intravenous medications are included. The appropriate delivery of patient care during these procedures is emphasized. Permission of the Program Director required.

HSXT 2505 RADIOLOGIC TECH IV

Introduction to related imaging modalities; nuclear medicine, sonography, computed tomography, and magnetic resonance imaging. Trauma radiography, and radiographic pathology will be covered. Critical thinking skills specific to radiographic imaging will be utilized in the lab and classroom to assess integration of program curriculum. Permission of Program Director required. $7.00 lab fee

HSXT 2515 MED IMAG PRAC II

Continuation of clinical experiences as HSXT 2413. The number of hours in clinical rotation varies. Lab fee $7.00. Permission of Program Director required.

HSXT 2522 RAD TECH SEMINAR

A practical approach to the investigation and solving of radiographic exposure factor problems as well as the analysis of research as it pertains to radiologic technology. Permission of Program Director required

HSXT 2602 SUM IMAG PRAC II

Continuation of clinical experience as in HSXT 2515. Lab fee $7.00. Permission of Program Director required.

HSXT 2614 ANALYTIC RAD TECH

A situational approach to the synthesis of diagnostic and specialized radiologic procedures including critical analysis and evaluation of product and equipment. Permission of Program Director required.

HSXT 2622 MAMMOGRAPHY

This course is designed to instruct the registered radiologist technologist or radiography student in the essential positions and procedures and principles of film-screen mammography as recommended by the A.C.R. It also prepares the student for the specialized certification in mammography. Permission of Program Director required

 

 

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