Introduction to Xeleris Programmability - Aladdin
- ACCREDITATION TYPE:
- CE, SNM - Nuclear Technologists
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- COURSE ID:
- Full Service - W3002HC | Tuition Only - W3102HC
- COURSE LENGTH:
- 3.5 Days
- 12 CE
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About this class
This intermediate level training course provides the proficient Xeleris operator specialized training for implementation of Xeleris’s User Programming application called Aladdin. This course is conducted in the Xeleris Workstation Lab at the GE Healthcare Institute in Waukesha, Wisconsin. Students will benefit from the small class size and plenty of guided hands-on instruction and practice as they explore the functionality of Aladdin. Arrange, build and compose functions as well as Visual Basic tools will be discussed. Participants who meet attendance requirements are eligible for SNM continuing education credit.
By the end of the program, Technologists who attend the complete course will be able to use Aladdin programmability on the Xeleris Workstation.
- Basic Aladdin system operation
- Introduction to Visual Basic concepts and terminology
- Introduction to Aladdin concepts of Data Validation and creation of custom display screens
- Creation & use of customization files
- Introduction to the creation and use of Results Series
- Backup and installation of user built programs
- Build various Protocols using the tools taught each day
This class is designed for experienced Xeleris users who have a desire to extensively customize Xeleris’s data output appearance and/or need to develop department specific processing algorithms.
Technologists should have a thorough understanding of the Xeleris feature set and awareness of Xeleris’s user interface "look and flow". They should also possess a comprehensive knowledge of Nuclear Medicine technology and techniques and have some prior experience with computer programs, protocols or macro development.
CE Considerations for HQ Classes
Continuing Education credit is earned by Technologists who complete the training curriculums as presented by the clinical educators. The Applications training is designed to enhance learning, prepare the Technologists to provide the best patient care possible and to achieve particular learning outcomes or objectives. Planning for this training requires the use of certain content and instructional strategies. Limited class size, consistent participation and continued peer-to-peer interaction are key factors in a successful training program.