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cover image - Introduction to Radiologic and Imaging Sciences and Patient Care,7th Edition
ISBN: 9780323566711
Page Count: 408
Imprint: Saunders
List Price: $89.95

Introduction to Radiologic and Imaging Sciences and Patient Care, 7th Edition

by Arlene M. Adler, MEd, RT(R), FAEIRS and Richard R. Carlton, MS, RT(R)(CV), FAEIRS

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cover image - Introduction to Radiologic and Imaging Sciences and Patient Care,7th Edition
ISBN: 9780323566711
Page Count: 408
Imprint: Saunders
List Price: $89.95
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Using a clear and concise format, Introduction to Radiologic and Imaging Sciences and Patient Care, 7th Edition delivers the latest radiologic, imaging science and patient care skills students need to prepare for practice. This new edition includes updates on current digital imaging and instrumentation, providing students with the essential information and tools needed to master any introduction to radiologic sciences and/or patient care class. Chapter review questions and lab activities available online and on tear sheets in the text give students easy access to on-the-go learning. This text not only helps to prepare students for sections in the certification exam, but the content provides useful and practical information that is needed for professional practice and clinical success. For those programs that provide an introduction to imaging sciences along with patient care in the same course, this text is the perfect choice!

    • Step-by-step procedures presented in boxed lists throughout the text supply you with easy to follow steps so you are well prepared for clinical success.
    • Back-of-book review questions provide you with an opportunity for review and greater challenge.
    • More than 300 photos and line drawings help you understand and visualize patient-care procedures.
    • Strong pedagogy, including chapter objectives, key terms, outline and summaries helps you organize information and ensure that you understand what is most important in every chapter.
    • NEW and UPDATED! Updates on current digital imaging and instrumentation provide you with the important information you need for clinical success.
    • NEW! The latest technical terminology incorporated throughout text keeps you up-to-date with industry verbiage.
    • NEW and UPDATED! Appendices containing practice standards, professional organizations, state licensing agencies, the ARRT code of ethics and patient care partnership offer you additional information about professional opportunities and obligations and prepare you for what you will encounter in the practice environment.
  • PART I: The Profession of Radiologic Technology 1. Introduction to Imaging and Radiologic Sciences 2. Professional Organizations 3. Educational Survival Skills 4. Critical-Thinking and Problem-Solving Strategies

    PART II: Introduction to the Clinical Environment 5. Introduction to Clinical Education 6. Radiology Administration 7. Radiographic Imaging 8. Radiographic and Fluoroscopic Equipment 9. Basic Radiation Protection and Radiobiology 10. Human Diversity

    PART III: Patient Care 11. Patient Interactions 12. History Taking 13. Safe Patient Movement and Handling Techniques 14. Immobilization Techniques 15. Vital Signs, Oxygen, Chest Tubes, and Lines 16. Basic Cardiac Monitoring: The Electrocardiogram 17. Infection Control 18. Aseptic Techniques 19. Nonaseptic Techniques 20. Medical Emergencies 21. Pharmacology 22. Principles of Drug Administration 23. Contrast Media and Introduction to Radiopharmaceuticals

    PART IV: Ethical and Legal Issues 24. Professional Ethics 25. Health Records and Health Information Management 26. Medical Law Appendices

  • Arlene M. Adler, MEd, RT(R), FAEIRS, Professor and Director, Radiologic Sciences Programs, Indiana University Northwest, Gary, Indiana and Richard R. Carlton, MS, RT(R)(CV), FAEIRS, Director, Radiologic Sciences, Grand Valley State University, Grand Rapids, Michigan
In Stock
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Any student who attempts to request a review copy will be reported to the school's faculty and administration.
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All review copy requests, upon verification of instructor status, will be fulfilled as a digital version of the product, if available.