Fluoroscopy Continuing Education

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Fluoroscopy: The Series

Fluoroscopy Continuing Education

Study anywhere, anytime with these easy-to-follow, self-directed learning activities in downloadable PDF formats.

These courses will help you expand your technical skills, limit radiation risks and improve your knowledge of fluoroscopy in any health care setting.

Do you live in California? We can help you prepare for your California fluoroscopy license exam or earn the credits needed to maintain your California fluoroscopy permit.

Do you live in Oregon? We can help you satisfy the requirements for non-radiologist practitioners. Our training is accepted by the Oregon Health Authority Public Health Division.

Fluoroscopy: The Series

This package includes all six individual fluoroscopy modules.

When you buy all six modules as a series, you save 15%.

12.75 Category A+
162
216

Fluoroscopy: Radiation Protection and Safety

Presents an essential and comprehensive overview of radiation protection in fluoroscopy.
2.75 Category A+
41.25
55

Fluoroscopy: Operation and Safety of Fixed Fluoroscopy Units

Discusses specific elements of fixed fluoroscopy units that affect radiation dose and methods to protect patients and imaging personnel.
1.5 Category A+
22.50
30

Fluoroscopy: Regulation and Radiation Protection

Describes various international groups and federal agencies that have a hand in developing radiation protection standards and unravels the federal laws and regulations governing fluoroscopy and radiation protection.
1.5 Category A+
22.50
30

Fluoroscopy: Mobile Unit Operation and Safety

Provides a comprehensive look at various aspects of mobile fluoroscopy imaging, including specific equipment features and ways to minimize radiation exposure to patients and clinical personnel.
2.5 Category A+
37.50
50

Fluoroscopy: Radiation Protection of the Eye

Covers every aspect of radiation protection of the eye, from the changing dose thresholds for radiation cataract formation to strategies to minimize radiation dose to the eyes.
3 Category A+
45
60

Fluoroscopy: Image Quality and Analysis

Describes various factors that affect fluoroscopy image quality including patient positioning, technique selection and equipment use. Also covers all aspects of image analysis, from evaluating positioning to assessing technical accuracy.
1.5 Category A+
22.50
30

Related Courses

Image Intensifier and Flat-Panel Detector Fluoroscopy

Describes the process of imaging intensification, explains the function of flat-panel detector arrays and identifies the components of fluoroscopy systems.
1 Category A
15
20

Characteristics of the X-ray Beam

Covers the impact prime exposure factors have on the x-ray beam; the impact SID, beam restriction and grids have on receptor exposure; and the techniques that reduce errors associated with grid cut off and Moiré effect.
1.5 Category A
22.50
30

X-Ray Interactions with Matter

Summarizes the patient variables that can affect image receptor exposure. It covers the factors that reduce patient dose and how the use of beam restriction and lead shielding enhance image capture and reduce the risk of patient exposure.
1 Category A
15
20
 

Who should take these courses?

These quality continuing education courses cover topics essential for anesthesiologists, cardiologists, cardiovascular-interventional technologists, emergency room physicians, gastroenterologists, interventionalists, managers, nurse practitioners, orthopedists, pain management physicians, physician assistants, program directors, pulmonologists, radiographers, radiologist assistants, radiology residents, radiologists, radiology nurses, surgeons and urologists.

This series of courses will also help all medical professionals in California prepare for the ARRT California fluoroscopy license exam or earn CE needed to maintain their state fluoroscopy permit

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