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X-Ray Technician (Registered ONLY)

Montgomery
DOE

Radiologic technologists are required to be knowledgeable in all terminology related to radiography, anatomy, and pathology. A professional technologist will also possess strong interpersonal skills and a pleasant bedside manner. A large part of the radiologic tech’s job requires giving instructions to patients who may be nervous regarding radiography procedures. A well-trained technologist will be able to give straightforward instructions as well as foster a sense of comfort and confidence in patients.

Duties include:

Explaining procedures to patients and answering questions.
Preparing equipment for use as needed.
Preparing examination rooms for patient exams.
Positioning patients for imaging exams.
Monitoring patients during exams.
Documenting information with computers.
Reporting important information to the physician.
Ensuring safety of patients during exams.
Producing diagnostic images of soft tissues.
Using sound waves to obtain images of organs and tissues in the body.
Administering targeted doses of radiation to the patient’s body to treat cancer or other diseases.
Administering trace amounts of radio pharmaceuticals to a patient to obtain functional information about organs, tissues and bone.
Measuring bone mineral density at a specific anatomical site.

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