Limited Medical Radiologic Technologists are trained to perform routine diagnostic x-ray exams of the skull, extremities, and vertebral column. The emphasis of training is on the anatomy of the human body and the proper positioning of the patient to achieve a quality radiograph. Students learn the theory of radiation production and the proper procedures and techniques to learn the operation, maintenance, and quality control of the radiology equipment. Practice of skills will prepare the student to become an effective member of the health care team. Graduates are prepared to take the state licensing examination and are able to find employment in a variety of medical clinics and physicians' offices.
An Electrocardiogram tracks the electrical activity in the heart. The heart's electrical activity is translated to patterns called waves that are recorded on paper.
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Students choosing the Phlebotomy specialty will focus on the techniques related to blood draws in the physician office.
Course Length: 10.5 months
Upon completion of the course, student will have the opportunity to test for the following licenses:
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A limited radiologic technologist performs diagnostic tests on patients that are ordered by physicians and other health care workers. The test results assist doctors diagnose patient's diseases and injuries and enable them to implement a treatment plan to help get patients on the road to recovery.
Radiation protection, sometimes known as radiological protection, is the science and practice of protecting people and the environment from the harmful effects of ionizing radiation. Radiation is used in the production of x-rays.
Medical terminology is the language of healthcare setting. Healthcare physicians use medical terminology to describe body parts, diseases, procedures and equipment.
All medical professionals must have an understanding of this language in order to communicate effectively with physicians and patients and to carry out instructions correctly.
Phlebotomy is the removal of blood from the patient for the purpose of testing.
Ethics is defined by Webster as the study of standards of conduct and moral judgment; this system or code of morals of a particular person, religion, group, profession, etc.
As a Limited Medical Radiologic Technologist / Phlebotomy Technician you are responsible for the comfort and safety of your clients. You can serve them best service possible when we understand their needs and rights.
|Course #||Course Title|
|LMRT 101||Radiological Equipment-Safety Standards & Maintenance of Imaging Equipment|
|LMRT 102||Image Production & Evaluation|
|LMRT 103||Radiation Protection|
|LMRT 104||Medical Ethics & Law|
|LMRT 105||Patient Care & Management|
|LMRT 106||Medical Terminology|
|LMRT 107||Anatomy & Physiology|
|LMRT 108||Radiologic Procedures|
|LMRT 109||Clinical Instruction of Modalities|
|LMRT 110||Practicum Simulation of Modalities|
|LMRT 111||Clinical Experience|
|PCT 114-P||Intro to Phlebotomy|
|PCT 115-P||Anatomy of Vascular System|
|PCT 116-P||Phlebotomy Ethics|
|PCT 117-P||Lab Safety & Infection Control|
|PCT 118-P||Phlebotomy Procedures|
|PCT 120-P||Urine & Body Fluids|
|PCT 121-P||Clinical Experience (P)|
|Total Clock Hours:||1132|
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