SKILL: RADIOLOGY Technician

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Prof. Sunil Kumar Jha

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Course Name : SKILL: RADIOLOGY Technician

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Course Objectives

  1. Introduction to patient care and lab services.
  2. To perform diagnostic imaging examinations such as X-ray, CT & MRI Scans under the guidance of radiologist.
  3. To prepare the room & patient for the procedure.
  4. Demonstrate knowledge about darkroom techniques.
  5. To understand the requirement for the radiological need of the patient.
  6. Demonstrate to assess faults in radiographs and remedy.
  7. Report writing and documentation in the radiology laboratory.

Learning Outcomes

Upon the completion of the course student will be able to:

  1. Apply knowledge and technical skills associated with radiology.
  2. Perform routine radiological procedures within acceptable quality control parameter.
  3. Demonstrate the ability to plan& implement professional activities.
  4. Understand professional and ethical responsibility of radiology technician.
  5. Able to work with modern Radiology & Imaging laboratory equipments.
  6. To be able to maintain the radiology lab instruments.
  7. To be able to distribute the radiology laboratory reports.

Course Syllabus

Module- 1: Introduction to the human body, structure and function.

Practice:

  • Anatomical positions & planes
  • Joints classification, cartilage Composition, Types
  • The Skull–Function, Bones, Nasal Cavity, Vertebral Column
  • Reproductive System: Male Reproductive System & Female Reproductive System

 

Module- 2: Introduction to healthcare

Practice:

  • Basic Understanding of hospital functions
  • Basic understanding of Radiology Technician
  • Understanding of Radiology Departmental at different levels (National/State/ District)

 

Module- 3: Introduction to Medical Terminology and related equipment

Practice:

  • Commonly used medical terms in radiological field
  • Medical abbreviations.

 

Module- 4: Orientation to Radiology Department

Practice:

  • Orientation to Radiotherapy department

 

Module- 5: Radiation Hazards and Protection

Practice:

  • Introduction to Radiation Hazards

 

Module- 6: Radiation safety

Practice:

  • Patient’s safety

 

Module- 7: Personal Hygiene

Practice:

  • Vaccination against common Infectious Diseases

 

Module- 8: Radiation physics of Diagnostic radiology

Practice:

  • Radiological diagnostic needs for patients

 

Module- 9: Dark Room Techniques

Practice:

  • Location
  • Layout
  • Film processing: Development, nature of development: manual or automatic, PH scale.

 

Module- 10: XRAY Film

Practice:

  • Construction of X-Ray Films and characteristics, Curve Density, Contrast Film, Un-sharpness Film, Fog Types of Films, Packaging and Storage of Films, X-ray Cassettes

 

Module- 11: Faults in radiography and remedy

Practice:

  • Machine part
  • To operate and oversee the operation of radiologic equipment

 

Module- 12: Regional Radiography and contrast media

Practice:

  • Position terminology & projection terminology, Radiography of Chest, KUB region, Biliary Tract

 

Module- 13: Recent Imaging and Special Diagnostic Procedure

Practice:

  • Mammography, Equipment, Positioning and projections
  • Xero-radiograph

 

Module- 14: Machines & Accessories

Practice:

  • Type of X-ray systems
  • Functionality and Advantages and disadvantages
  • Digital and Analog computerized X-Ray

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    Sunil Kumar Jha is working as the Dean of School of Paramedics and Allied Health Sciences at Centurion University of Technology and Management since 2016. He has also taken the responsibility of Director of Community Diagnostic Center. His major areas of expertise are medical diagnostics , clinical pathology, diagnostic bacteriology, histopathology and patient safety. He […]