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9CE Fluoroscopy Safety & Dosage:
$49: Test & free IAEA eBook
16CE PACS & Quality Mgmt (discounted):
$80.95: Test & eBook
$80.95: Test & Book
$60.95: eBook Only
$89: Book Only
25 CE: Fluoroscopy Safety & PACS Digital Combo, on sale
- ARRT – Accepted keyword:takece
- NMTCB/CAMRT – Accepted
- AMA - Not accepted
State acceptance for radiology*:
- California – Accepted- includes Fluoroscopy Safety & 4 hr of digital radiography
- Florida – Accepted/Technical Cat.
- MA – Accepted
- Oregon – Accepted
- Texas – Accepted/Directly related
- Other States – Accepted
- Both courses approved by ARRT RCEEM
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- Generous test refund policy
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CE Credits: ARRT 09 cat. A credits
This takece.com course covers fluoroscopic safety and dosage in interventional procedures. The course further includes basic principles of radiation protection, practical aspects of limiting radiation delivery to the patient, skin injury and fluoroscopy-on time and maximum skin dose; Image quality, dosimetry and radiation management of the patient. This course meets fluoroscopy safety requirements in California. The free ebook used in this course is published and provided by the International Atomic Energy Agency IAEA.
CE Credits: ARRT 16 credits includes 4 hrs. in digital radiography
This takece.com continuing education course covers (Ch 7 to 12) PACS fundamentals, archiving and peripherals; It also explains ensuring quality in PACSs, quality acceptance testing within digital projection imaging and quality management. Furthermore, basic computer principles, communication and networking are also included. This course covers four plus hours of digital radiography.