RAD 112: Radiographic Positioning I

online available

In this course, students are introduced to the theories and practices that are utilized in the clinical setting to produce diagnostic radiographs of the chest, abdomen and upper extremities. Radiographic terminology, patient preparation, patient positioning, proper manipulation of radiographic equipment, radiation safety practices, image evaluation, professional standards and medical ethics will be discussed and practiced in the laboratory setting.

Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; RAD 101 and RAD 110, minimum grade "C-"; RAD 101 and RAD 110 may enroll concurrently

2021-22 Class offerings by semester

Fall 2021 Winter 2022 Summer 2022
offered in the daytime  
 

offered in the daytimeDay Class (before 5 p.m.) offered at nighttimeEvening Class (after 5 p.m.) offered online Online Class

The 2021-22 annual schedule class offerings by semester is offered as a planning tool. Please refer to the course schedule to see the specific time and platform for which the course is offered.

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Description Hours
Credits 2
Lecture Hours 15
Clinical Hours 0
Lab Hours 45
Other Hours 0
Total Hours 60

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