Revolution EVO / Optima CT660

ACCREDITATION TYPECE, ASRT - Technologists/Allied Health
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COURSE IDFull Service - W0011HC Tuition Only - W0111HC

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    About this class

    The Revolution EVO/Optima CT660 training program is designed to develop the operational skills of the CT/PET Technologist. Didactic instruction in a classroom and hands-on scanning on an Revolution EVO/Optima CT660 scanner takes place at the GE Healthcare Institute near Milwaukee, Wisconsin.


    • TiP Applications HQ
    • Overview

      Upon completion of the course, attendees should understand system features and be able to perform basic to intermediate procedures on the Revolution EVO/Optima CT660 scanner.

      Course Content: 

      • Orientation and Introductions
      • Intro to System Components 
      • Daily System Maintenance 
      • Axial/Helical Beam Collimation 
      • Axial/Helical Scan 
      • Display Functions 
      • Image Management 
      • ASiR
      • Auto mA/Smart mA Theory and Practice 
      • Protocol Building 
      • Reformat
      • DMPR
      • Dose Review and Dose Check Management  
      • Smart Prep/Test Bolus 
      • Software Features and Options 
      • Guided Labs 
      • Review/Skill Inventory and Assessmen 
    • Target Audience

      This course is designed for CT/PET Technologists that are new or experienced on GE CT scanners.

    • Prerequisites

      This course has no prerequisite requirements.


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    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.