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Fluoroscopy

Training Manual - Fluoroscopy (224 Pages)

Lesson 1 - Special Considerations in Radiography and Fluoroscopy

Section I. Fluoroscopy
Apparatus
Patient, Focal Spot and Shutter Relationships
Technical Factors
Examination Technique
Protection
Spot-Film Radiography
Serialograph
Serial Film Changers
Automatic Contrast Medium Injector
Use of Television (TV)
Videotape Recording

Section II. Special Techniques and Equipment
Image Intensification
Principles of Image Intensification
Basic Operational Consideration
Duties and Responsibilities of the X-Ray Specialist
Density Equalization Filters
Composition and Construction
Where Density Equalization Filters May Be Introduced
Basic Principles

Section III. Contrast Media
Alimentary Tract Radiopaques
Water-soluble Radiopaques
Viscous and/or Oily Radiopaques
Radiolucent Media
Reactions to Contrast Media
Emergency Treatment of Reactions
Exercises
Solutions


Lesson 2 - Digestive and Urogenital Systems

Section I. The Digestive System
The Esophagus
The Stomach and Duodenum (Upper GI Series)
Small Intestine (Small Bowel Series)
Large Intestine (Double Contrast) Barium Enema
Large Intestine (Single Contrast) Barium Enema
Gallbladder
Cholecystography
Cholangiography

Section II. The Urogenital System
Intravenous Pyelography
Retrograde Pyelography
Cystography and Pneumocystography
Nephrography
Nephrotomography
Urethrography
Hysterosalpingography (Uterosalpingography)

Section III. The Decubitus Positions
Essentials of the Positions
Description
Clinical Use
Considerations
Technique
Identification
Clinical Applications
Exercises
Solutions


Lesson 3 - Respiratory, Cardiovascular and Nervous Systems

Section I. The Respiratory System
Alternative Modalities or Procedures

Section II. The Vascular System
The X-Ray Specialist's Role
Patient Preparation
Solutions
Materials and Apparatus
Special Angiographic Equipment
Radiographic Equipment
Position of Patient
Site of Injection
Method of Injection
Rate of Injection
Use of a Tourniquet
Projections
Size of Film
The CR
Radiographic Exposure Factors
Angiographic Examination of the Upper Extremities
Angiographic Examination of the Lower Extremities
Angiocardiography
Cardiac Catheterization
Abdominal Angiography
Cerebral Arteriography
Cerebral Venography and Sinus Venography
Intra-Osseous Venography
Lymphangiography

Section III. The Central Nervous System
Ventriculography
Myelography
Diskography
Exercises
Solutions


Lesson 4 - Special Radiographic Procedures

Section I. Mammography
Section II. Pediatric Radiography
Section III. Tomography
Section IV. Orthoradiography for Skeletal Surveys
Section V. The Skeletal System
Section VI. Radiographic Demonstration of Fluid Levels
Section VII. Soft Tissue Radiology
Section VIII. Portable Radiography


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