SKILL: X-RAY Technician


Prof. Sunil Kumar Jha


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Course Name : SKILL: X-RAY Technician


Course Objectives

  1. Introduction to patient care and lab services.
  2. To maintain and cleaning lab equipment.
  3. Expertizing in understanding the doctor’s instructions and carrying out the tests as per the patient’s health condition.
  4. Excellent in diagnosing the causes for the illness and communicating the patient’s reports to the physician to carry and put the treatment.
  5. Expertizing in handling various instruments and can even troubleshoot & correct in machines in case of any issues.
  6. To learn about handling the patients and treating them with the utmost care and helping them in avoiding any misconceptions about their health condition.
  7. Report writing and documentation in X-RAY laboratory.

Learning Outcomes

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

  1. Apply knowledge and technical skills associated with X-RAY.
  2. Demonstrate the ability to plan& implement professional activities.
  3. Understand professional and ethical responsibility of X-RAY technician.
  4. To be able to work with modern X-RAY& Imaging laboratory equipment’s.
  5. To be able to maintain the X-RAYlab instruments.
  6. Distribute the X-RAYlaboratory reports.

Course Syllabus

Module- 1

Introduction to the human body, structure and function


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


Module- 2

Introduction to healthcare


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


Module- 3

Introduction to Medical Terminology and related equipment’s


  • Commonly used medical terms in radiological field
  • Commonly used medical equipment & terms in the radiological department
  • Medical abbreviations
  • Musculoskeletal injuries


Module- 4

Manage injuries to head and spine


  • Video demonstration


Module- 5

Manage respiratory emergency


  • Signs of respiratory management


Module- 6

Manage severe abdominal pain


  • Causes associated with the pain


Module- 7

Manage mass casualty incident


  • Mass casualty management


Module- 8

Manage patient handover


  • Purpose of a handover
  • Signs of diabetic emergency, what do you do during a diabetic emergency?


Module- 9

Manage advanced Venous access and administration of medication


  • Video demonstration


Module- 10

Manage critical care Aeromedical and inter-facility transport.


Module- 11

Manage work to meet the requirement


  • Objectives of requirement


Module- 12

Maintain a safe, healthy and secure environment


  • Safe workplace environment


Module- 13

Practice code of conduct while performing duties


  • Video demonstration


Module- 14

Biomedical waste disposal protocols


  • Importance of Biomedical waste management


Module- 15

Infection control policies and procedures


  • Strategies for Infection prevention and control


Module- 16

Post-processing techniques. Monitor & assure quality


Module- 17

Machines & accessories


    • Equipment maintenance

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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 […]