This unique introduction to the field of radiologic technology will help your students build self-esteem along with a solid base of knowledge and professional identity. The organization and structure of the health care delivery system and the philosophy and missions of hospitals and their organizational structure are discussed, as is the organization of the radiography department and its relationship to the overall system. Concepts of the physical nature of radiation are explained, including the complex photographic and geometric concepts of radiation image production; and the necessity for standards and procedures for radiation protection is examined. The radiographic environment and the technologist's control over that environment are described in depth, providing the future technologist with a sense of the autonomy and self-reliance inherent in the profession. Real-life examples, references, questions and answers, and a short glossary offer every opportunity for a well-rounded learning experience.
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Editore: Lippincott Williams
Finitura: Copertina flessibile
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