DMI 63 Intermediate Diagnostic Procedures (2)
Credit, Degree Applicable
Basic theories underlying intermediate diagnostic imaging procedures. Relationship of clinical indications, patient demographics, special precautions, quality assurance, equipment, and positioning.
After successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Outcome 1: Illustrate and model the steps involved in performing intermediate radiographic imaging procedures in a simulated clinical environment.
- Outcome 2: Formulate a system of proper utilization of mobile radiography and fluoroscopy equipment.
- Outcome 3: Summarize imaging considerations when conducting extra-departmental radiographic procedures
- Outcome 4: Illustrate and model the steps involved in performing venipuncture in a radiology department
- Outcome 5: Evaluate patient considerations for different types of contrast administration
- Outcome 6: Devise techniques for appropriate care and imaging of different patient populations
- Outcome 7: Evaluate ethical dilemmas and legal issues that may impact patient care and management