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Purchasing a Test Only means that you will only receive the posttest and blank answer sheet and course evaluation. It is the responsibility of the customer to make sure that they have ALL the necessary up to date reading materials in order to complete the test. Our courses are updated frequently and some contain multiple references. X-Ray Lady Company is not responsible for the failed result of someone attempting to complete a test without any or incorrect reading materials.
CT Secrets Category A+ 23CE
American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT)
Course Approval Start Date 02/01/2010
Course Approval End Date 02/01/2019
Florida Radiologic Technology Program FLDOH-BRC
Course Approval Start Date 08/10/2009
Course Approval End Date 01/31/2021
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This course provides current information about computed tomography imaging of the body to include the following categories: Basic Concepts, Chest CT, Abdomen and Pelvis. Information is provided regarding the sensitivity of CT, scanning protocols, and appropriate and inappropriate applications of CT screening. Radiation protection in CT imaging is a necessary component of any imaging course and is included as an appendix to the reading reference.
This course is based on the textbook, Body CT Secrets by John G. Strang MD and Vikram Dogra MD, © 2007 and a supplement titled Radiation Protection and CT written by Jeana Fleitz, M.Ed., RT(R)(M). This course has a corresponding posttest containing 120 multiple choice and true/false questions.
This course has been coded by the ARRT for the following:
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