Online Courses

CT Registry Review: Imaging Procedures

Price: $10.00 CE: 1.00
This course is accessible until 9/30/2022

In this course, the most common CT imaging procedures will be discussed, including basic scan parameters used for each type of exam. Also included in this discussion are indications, patient positioning and required anatomic coverage, appropriate scan parameters, and the role and administration guidelines for contrast media used for head and neck, chest and mediastinum, abdomen and pelvis, the musculoskeletal system, and pediatric CT examinations.

NOTE: This activity may be available in multiple formats or from different sponsors; individuals may not repeat and report a self-learning activity for credit twice in the same biennium.

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Upon successful completion of this program, the health care professional will be able to:

For commonly performed CT examinations of the head and neck, give the

  • Indications.
  • Patient positioning and required anatomic coverage.
  • Appropriate scan parameters.
  • Role and administration guidelines for contrast media.

For commonly performed CT examinations of the chest and mediastinum, give the

  • Indications.
  • Patient positioning and required anatomic coverage.
  • Appropriate scan parameters.
  • Role and administration guidelines for contrast media.

For commonly performed CT examinations of the abdomen and pelvis, give the

  • Indications.
  •   Patient positioning and required anatomic coverage.
  • Appropriate scan parameters.
  • Role and administration guidelines for contrast media.

For commonly performed CT examinations of the musculoskeletal system, give the

  • Indications.
  • Patient positioning and required anatomic coverage.
  • Appropriate scan parameters.
  • Role and administration guidelines for contrast media.

For commonly performed pediatric CT examinations, give the

  • Indications.
  • Patient positioning and required anatomic coverage.
  • Appropriate scan parameters.
  • Role and administration guidelines for contrast media.

Qualified Planners/Faculty

Leanna Neubrander, M.H.Sc, RT(R)(CT)

Leanna Neubrander has been a faculty member at AdventHealth University (AHU) since 2006.  Ms. Neubrander is an Associate Professor of Imaging Sciences and lead instructor for the CT courses in the B.S. Radiologic Sciences Program.  Ms. Neubrander graduated with her A.S. degree in Radiography and B.S. degree in Radiologic Sciences from AHU and obtained her master's degree from Nova Southeastern University in Health Sciences with a concentration in Higher Education. She is certified and proficient in Radiography and Computed Tomography (CT), and is trained in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI).  Ms. Neubrander serves as the Educator on the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) CT Exam Committee.

Disclosures
This author has disclosed that there are neither conflicts of interest nor commercial affiliation with this activity.

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CE Credits: 1, Category: A ARRT, Expires: 9/30/2022
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Tallahassee, FL 32399-1741
Phone: 850-245-4266
https://www.doh.state.fl.us/environment/radiation/
CE Credits: 1, Category: 00 - Technical Approved, Expires: 1/31/2023

Completion Requirements: To receive continuing education credit commensurate with the credit awarded for this on-line activity, the participant must:

  • View all modules
  • Participate and pass all learning checks
  • Pass the Post Test(s) with a minimum score of 80%
  • Complete and submit the on-line evaluation

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