Order this combination pack and meet all of the MRI Structured Education Requirements.
MRI in Practice:
MRI in Practice continues to be the number one reference book and study guide for the registry review examination for MRI offered by the American Registry for Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). This latest edition offers in-depth chapters covering all core areas, including: basic principles, image weighting and contrast, spin and gradient echo pulse sequences, spatial encoding, k-space, protocol optimization, artefacts, instrumentation, and MRI safety.
- The leading MRI reference book and study guide.
- Now with a greater focus on the physics behind MRI.
- Offers, for the first time, equations and their explanations and scan tips.
- Brand new chapters on MRI equipment, vascular imaging and safety.
- Presented in full color, with additional illustrations and high-quality MRI images to aid understanding.
- Includes refined, updated and expanded content throughout, along with more learning tips and practical applications.
- Features a new glossary.
MRI in Practice is an important text for radiographers, technologists, radiology residents, radiologists, and other students and professionals working within imaging, including medical physicists and nurses.
IV Therapy Practice in the Radiology Department:
At the completion of IV therapy in the radiology department course the participant will be able to:
1. Identify IV Therapy as a specialized patient need, with practice requirements to maintain patient safety.
2. Name the three layers of the veins and the arteries.
3. Perform peripheral venipuncture procedure with improved confidence and proficiency.
4. Identify four veins of the arm.
5. Name two cleaning agents appropriate for skin preparation for IV insertion.
6. Differentiate between peripheral verses central venous access devices in patients.
7. Identify and describe three venipuncture complications.
8. Implement appropriate interventions for the management of electronic infusion devices.
9. Identify five types of special infusions and precautions for proper patient outcomes.
10. Differentiate between a PICC device and an implanted port.