RAD 112: Radiographic Positioning I

This course presents the theories and practices that are utilized in the clinical setting to produce diagnostic radiographs of the chest, abdomen and upper extremity. 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

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Summer 2020 Fall 2020 Winter 2021 Summer 2021 
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