Precision MPI System

ACCREDITATION TYPECE, ASRT - Technologists/Allied Health
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COURSE IDW0200RA
COURSE LENGTH 3 Days
CREDIT HOURS12 CE

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    About this class

    This program instructs X-ray Technologists in practical theory and operation of the GE Precision MPi system. Instruction is delivered by a GE X-ray Applications Specialist at the customer facility and focuses on beginner to advanced system operation and patient procedures. This training produces the best results when a group of 4 Technologists are dedicated to the complete training session. It is also critical that key Radiologists and the Quality Control Technologists are available to review images. In addition, the patient schedule should be modified as indicated in the agenda to allow time for instruction.

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    • TiP Applications On-Site
    • Overview

      By the end of the program, Technologists who attend the complete didactic segment will be able to use system features and perform basic to intermediate procedures as described in the Skill Inventory.

      Agenda  

      Day One:   

      • Getting Started
      • System Safety & Components
      • Start Exam
      • Fluoroscopy Acquisition and Display
      • Digital Image Acquisition
      • Image Management
      • Patient Imaging  

      Day Two:   

      • Review
      • Image Review and Post Processing
      • Building Protocols
      • Measurement Functions
      • CD and Image Formatting
      • Patient Imaging 

        Day Three:   

      • Patient Imaging & Image Quality Review
    • Target Audience

      This course is designed for X-ray Technologists who operate the Precision MPi system.

    • Prerequisites

      This course has no prerequisite requirements.

    • Schedule / Registration

      Please contact your GE Healthcare Representative for pricing and scheduling information.

    Preparing Your Staff for Onsite Training

    Preparing Your Department for Onsite Training

    CE Considerations for Onsite Training