1 CE Credit - Radiography of the Foot - E Book and Test

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This mobile friendly continuing education course for Radiologic Technologists covers radiographic anatomy and positioning of the toes and foot. In addition to the standard views, nearly every lesser used view is included. 

Course Outline;

Anatomy of the Phalanges of the Foot toe bones

Phalanges of the Foot
Joints of the Toes
Sesamoid Bones in the Foot

Some Pathologies and Injuries of the Toes

Turf Toe

toes paRadiographic Positions for Toes

Toes AP
Toes AP Axial
Toes PA
Toes AP Oblique Medial Rotation
Toes PA Oblique
Toes Lateral (Mediolateral or Lateromedial) Toes Tangential Lewis Method
Toes Tangential Holly Method
Toes Tangential Causton Method

Anatomy of the Metatarsals and Tarsals metatarsals

Metatarsals Pathologies and Injuries

Some Pathologies and Injuries of the Tarsals

Tarsal tunnel syndrome
club foot
calcaneal fracture

Radiographic Positions for Metatarsals and Tarsals LE-P-10b

    Tarsal Radiography
    Foot AP Axial
    Foot AP Axial (Weight-bearing method - Standing)
    Foot AP Axial Weight-bearing Composite
    Foot AP Oblique (Medial Rotation)
    Foot AP Oblique (Lateral Rotation)
    Foot PA Oblique Grashey Methods (Medial or Lateral)
    Foot PA Oblique (Medial Rotation)
    Foot Lateral (Mediolateral)
    Foot Lateral (Lateromedial)
    Longitudinal Arch Lateral – Lateromedial (Weight-bearing Standing)
    Heel Axial (Plantodorsal)
    Heel Axial (Dorsoplantar)
    Heel PA Axial Oblique (Lateral Rotation)
    Heel AP Axial Oblique (Broden Method)
    Heel Lateral Rotation (Broden Method)
    Heel Lateromedial Oblique Projection (Isherwood Method)
    Heel AP Axial Oblique (Isherwood Method)


    What is this?

    RAD - 2017 Procedures - Extremity Procedures 1.00
       Total 1.00

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    This chart may not show the total number of approved category A CE credits. The total number of CE Credits is in the headline at the top of this page. This chart shows the credit distribution the ARRT* has assigned to this activity for R.T.s who are meeting their structured education requirements (ie. while pursuing a credential using the postprimary pathway). The code on the left shown in the DISCIPLINE column represents the ARRT* content outline for the disciplines. This chart is also for R.T.s who are meeting their prescribed CE requirements (as part of the CQR process.) What is the CQR process?

    All of our courses are approved by ASRT and guaranteed to be accepted by all RT, NM, and US national and state registries in the USA, US territories, and Canada for both full and limited licensed radiologic technologists.

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    Radiologic Technologists (ARRT*)
    accepts this course for CE Credits.
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    Certification Board (NMTCB
    accepts this course for Nuclear Medicine
    CE Credits.
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    Medical Sonography (ARDMS
    accepts this course for Ultrasound CME.
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    Sonography (SDMS)  accepts this course 
    for Ultrasound CME.
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    Health Services (DSHS) accepts
    this course for Medical Radiologic
    Technologist Continuing Education
    Directly Related.
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    Health Radiologic Health Branch
    (CARHB) accepts this course
    for Radiologic Technologist CE.
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    Bureau of Radiation Control (FLBRC)
    accepts our courses for RT CE
    Technical Category.
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    1 X-Ray CE Credit = 1 Continuing Education Unit (CEU) = 1 Education Hour

    This 1 Credit CE course includes;

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    • ASRT approved ARRT* Category A Continuing Education Credits.
    • No Faxing, No emailing back and forth, no paper.
    • 100% paperless e course and reading material in the form of a pdf file e-book (not a paperback or hardcover book) that is;
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    • The freedom to use different devices at different times during the same exam attempt.
    • Phone, text, forum, and email support.

    All available courses are approved by the ASRT for ARRT* and every state's Limited License Radiographer Continuing Education Credit.

    How long will it take?

    This is not a paperback or hardcover book. Nothing will come in the mail. This means you can start right now. Our courses follow ARRT* Rules and are approved for the number of credits based on the amount of time it takes the reviewing body (ASRT) to read the entire reading material word for word and cover to cover. This time does not include taking the required post test. These requirements are followed for all reading material for all CE providers.
    1 Credit = 1 Continuing Education Unit (CEU) = 1 Education Hour = 1 Credit Hour = 1 Hour of Reading
    Many students are able to skim the material faster and search for the post test questions much more quickly than that, but the number of credits is a guideline for how many hours it will take to complete the course. 

    How many questions are in the test?

    In order to get credit, the post test must follow ARRT* CE rules. The rules have been recently updated in 2016. This means that there are 8 questions for each 1 credit to a maximum of 120 questions. So, a 1 credit course has 8 questions, a 4 credit course has 24 questions, and so on, but anything over 15 credits has 120 questions.  Again, this is the standard which all accredited courses must follow from any provider.

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    All available courses are approved by the ASRT for ARRT Category A CE Credit. The ARRT accepts this approval. ALL US state agencies also accept this as approval for full and limited permit CE requirements. Most other registries in north america also accept this approval for RT and Ultrasound CE credits. Some states require specific subjects so check with your state agency.

    This activity may be available in multiple formats or sold in different formats such as Google Play or Amazon. ARRT regulations state “Lecture presentations, directed readings, home study courses, or Internet activities reported in a biennium may not be repeated for credit in the same biennium (effective January 1, 2016).”

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