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Radiologic technicians work with x-rays, cat scans, or other medical devices used to scan the human body for any abnormalities or changes. They must be able to take care of people of all age groups, from children to elderly people. The physical work involved in this job will be mildly strenuous, as there ...
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Anyone who has been injured has likely crossed paths with a radiology technician, as these are the people responsible for utilizing x-ray equipment and, occasionally, other medical imaging technology. At the most basic level, radiology technicians use fixed and movable x-ray imaging technology to record ...
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Certified radiology x-ray technicians are not actually x-ray technicians, as they receive a much higher level of training. The correct job title is "radiographer," and they work in both private and public health care settings, more than half of which are hospitals, and perform imaging of patients' bodies ...
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A radiologic technician plays a key role in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases within the body. Several methods of medical imaging are used by a radiologic technologist, including X-rays, ultrasound, positron emission tomography (PET scans), and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). In addition to using ...
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Radiologic Technologist - HCA, Inc. , hourly rate: $17.97 - $28.75
Radiologic Technologist - MobilexUSA , hourly rate: $18.29 - $23.58
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Most of the time, radiologists work for hospitals. However, they may work for medical clinics or private radiology practices. Their job is to obtain and interpret medical images of patients. They must understand various components of health and must have a thorough understanding of physical anatomy. ...
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Licensed radiologic technologists are responsible for performing radiologic exams and routine x-ray exams, and analyzing all results, for patients. Those in this position follow strict safety and privacy protocols, have advanced skills with radiologic equipment and tools to properly diagnose illnesses, ...
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X-ray technologists work at hospitals, private practices, and other health care organizations, taking X-rays of patients to help health care professionals identify any issues that may exist and analyze patients' progress. Some ways X-rays are used include analyzing broken bones, performing mammograms, ...
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A radiographer works with medical imaging equipment (particularly X-rays) to create images of patients that a physician may use in diagnosing injuries and disease. They typically work in hospitals, large clinics or as part of a dedicated radiography business that sees referrals for these procedures. ...
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Radiology technologists, also called X-ray technicians, are responsible for performing diagnostic imaging procedures to help physicians identify and treat injuries and disease. They prepare and position patients for the procedure and explain the process to them to reduce any fears they may have. X-ray ...
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