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Complete your entire ARRT and any state category A continuing education requirements in one shot with this review of anatomy, pathology, and radiographic positioning of the upper extremities. All online, no paper, no mailing or faxing.
Just read the included e-book and take an online test to get your credits and certificate today.
What's this course about?Introduction
Evolution of the Human Hands and ArmsRadiography Modalities
Medical X-rays, Computed Tomography, Magnetic Resonance Imaging Monitoring Radiation Exposure
Exposure, Absorbed Dose, Equivalent Dose, Effective Dose, Committed Dose, Automated Dose Reporting, ACR’s Dose Index Registry, Fluoroscopy Monitoring, Limitations of Dose Monitoring,Radiation Safety
ALARA, Safety Controls, Time, Distance, and Shielding, Radiation Protection for Radiographers, Scatter Radiation, Film Badges, Personal Dosimeters, Regulatory Limits for Occupational Exposure, Protective Apparel, Pregnant Radiographers and Radiation WorkersPatient Protection
Avoiding Repeat Exposures, Communication, Exposure Technique Charts, Department Protocols, Filtration, Grids, Filters, and Air Gap, Screening for Pregnancy, High kVp Low mAs, Inverse Square Law, Collimation, Patient Shielding Devices , Pediatric Patients, Immobilization, Obese Patients,Health Hazards of Radiation
Tissue Radiosensitivity, Deterministic and Acute Effects, Stochastic Effects, DNA DamageBone Anatomy and Physiology
Bone Marrow, Periosteum, Endosteum, Cortical Bone, Cancellous Bone, Osteoblasts, Bone Cells., Osteocytes, OsteoclastsFingers and Hands
Palmistry, Hand Innervation, Hand Muscles, Digits, The Thumb, Thumb Muscles, Hitchhiker’s thumb., Grips, Fingers, Index Finger, Other Fingers, Bones of the Fingers, Metacarpals , Interphalangeal Joints, Metacarpophalangeal Joints, Epiphyseal Plates,Injuries and Pathologies of the Fingers and Hands
Bone Age Studies, Bouchard’s and Heberden’s Nodes, Osteoarthritis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Gout , Polydactyly, Oligodactyly, Syndactyly , Brachydactyly, Mallet Finger, Fractures, Boxer’s Fracture, Ulnar Claw, Bennett Fracture, Rolando Fracture, Gamekeeper’s Thumb, Finger Joint Dislocation, Trigger FingerRadiographic Positioning of the Fingers and Hand
Fingers Lateral, Fingers PA, Fingers PA oblique , Thumb AP , Thumb PA, Thumb Lateral, Thumb PA Oblique , Hand PA , Hand PA Oblique , Hand Lateral , Hand AP First Carpometacarpal Joint , Hand AP First Carpometacarpal Joint Burman Method , Hand AP First Carpometacarpal Joint Folio MethodWrist
Anatomical Snuff Box, Thenar Eminence, Carpals , Scaphoid, Lunate , Triquetral, Pisiform, Trapezium, Trapezoid, Capitate, Hamate, Joints, Carpometacarpal Joint, Intercarpal Articulations,Injuries and Pathologies of the Wrist
Wristlock, Carpometacarpal Bossing, Kienbock’s Disease, Scaphoid Fracture, Preiser Disease, Hamate Fracture, Dislocation, Ganglion Cyst, Carpometacarpal Osteoarthritis, Repetitive Strain Injuries, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, De Quervain Syndrome,Radiographic Positions of the Wrist
Wrist PA , Wrist Lateral , Wrist Tangential Carpal Bridge, Wrist Tangential inferosuperior, Wrist AP, Wrist AP Oblique Medial rotation, Wrist PA Ulnar Deviation (Scaphoid View) , Wrist PA Radial deviation, Wrist PA Axial Stecher Method, Wrist Scaphoid PA and PA Axial Rafert-Long Method, Wrist Trapezium PA Axial Oblique Clements-Nakayama Method,Forearm and Elbow
Forearm, Muscles in the Forearm, Blood Supply in the Forearm, Cubital Fossa, Interosseous Membrane, Annular Lgiament, TFCC, Radius, Ulna, Elbow JointInjuries and Pathologies of the Forearms and Elbows
Fixation, Radial Aplasia, Distal Radius Fractures, Fat Pad Sign, Greenstick Fracture, Salter–Harris Fracture, Essex-Lopresti Fracture, Nursemaid’s Elbow, Tennis Elbow, Golfer’s Elbow, Olecranon Fracture, Monteggia and Hume fractures, Galeazzi Fracture, Synovial Chondromatosis, Elbow Dislocation, Radial and Cubital Tunnel SyndromeRadiographic Positioning of the Forearm and Elbow
Forearm AP, Forearm Lateral Lateromedial, Elbow AP, Elbow AP Oblique Medial rotation, Elbow AP Oblique Lateral rotation, Elbow Distal Humerus AP, Elbow Distal Humerus AP Acute flexion, Elbow Proximal Forearm PA Acute flexion, Elbow Radial Head Lateral Lateromedial, Elbow Distal Humerus PA AxialShoulder and Humerus
Shoulder Movement, Axilla, Lymph Nodes, Shoulder Muscles, Rotator Cuff, Nerves in the Arm and Shoulder, Humerus, Scapula, Clavicle,Injuries and Pathologies of the Humerus and Shoulder
Armlock, SLAP Tear, Dislocated Shoulder, Rotator Cuff Tear, Frozen Shoulder, Humerus Fracture, Holstein–Lewis Fracture, Scapular Fracture, Clavicle FractureRadiographic positioning of the Humreus and Shoulder
Humerus AP, Humerus Lateral Lateromedial, Shoulder Transthoracic Lateral Lawrence Method, Shoulder Inferosuperior Axial , Shoulder Inferosuperior Clements Modification, Shoulder Superoinferior Axial, Shoulder AP Axial, Shoulder Glenoid Cavity AP Oblique Grashey Method, Scapular PA Y View Oblique RAO or LAO, Shoulder Supraspinatus Outlet Tangential Neer Method RAO or LAO, Shoulder Proximal Humerus AP Axial Stryker Notch Method, Shoulder Glenoid Cavity AP Oblique, Shoulder Glenoid Cavity AP Axial Oblique Garth Method RPO or LPO, Shoulder Tangential Intertubercular (Bicipital) Groove , Shoulder PA Teres Minor Insertion, Shoulder Subscapular Insertion AP, Shoulder Acromioclavicular AP Bilateral, Shoulder Acromioclavicular AP Axial (Zanca View), Shoulder AP Axial Projection Lordotic position, Shoulder Acromioclavicular PA Axial Oblique RAO or LAO, Shoulder Clavicle AP, Shoulder Clavicle PA , Shoulder Clavicle PA Axial, Shoulder Clavicle Tangential, Shoulder Clavicle Tangential Tarrant method, Shoulder Scapula AP, Shoulder Scapula Lateral RAO or LAO, Shoulder Scapula PA Oblique, Shoulder Coracoid Process AP Axial, Shoulder Coracoid Process Tangential Laquerriere - Pierquin Method, Shoulder Scapular Spine Tangential Prone , Shoulder Scapular Spine Tangential Upright Other Diseases Affecting the Joints
Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis, Psoriatic Arthritis, Reactive Arthritis, Septic Arthritis, Bursitis, Adult Onset Still’s Disease, Ehlers Danlos Syndrome, Hemochromatosis, Systemic Lupus Erythematosus
This is a CE4RT original course. You will not see this course with any other provider.
Understanding This Chart
ARRT* STRUCTURED EDUCATION CREDIT DISTRIBUTION FOR THIS COURSE.
|DISCIPLINE ||CATEGORY & SUBCATEGORIES||CE CREDITS PROVIDED|
|RAD - 2017
||Procedures - Extremity Procedures
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.
||The American Registry of
Radiologic Technologists (ARRT*)
accepts this course for CE Credits.
||The Nuclear Medicine Technology
Certification Board (NMTCB)
accepts this course for Nuclear Medicine
||The American Registry for Diagnostic
Medical Sonography (ARDMS)
accepts this course for Ultrasound CME.
||The Society of Diagnostic Medical
Sonography (SDMS) accepts this course
for Ultrasound CME.
||The Texas Department of State
Health Services (DSHS) accepts
this course for Medical Radiologic
Technologist Continuing Education
||The California Department of Public
Health Radiologic Health Branch
(CARHB) accepts this course
for Radiologic Technologist CE.
||The Florida Department of Health
Bureau of Radiation Control (FLBRC)
accepts our courses for RT CE
||Our courses are recognized by Canadian
provinces for Continuing Professional
Development Credits / hours.
1 X-Ray CE Credit = 1 Continuing Education Unit (CEU) = 1 Education Hour
This 24 Credit ARRT CE course includes;
- The ability to Start Right Now, if you want you can finish and get your credits today
- Unlimited time to take the exam. You don't have to finish today if you don't want to.
- Work is saved as you answer each question online.
- The ability to log off and continue the online test whenever you like even from different devices.
- 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;
- smartphone friendly
- pc friendly
- A Certificate of completion immediately downloadable after passing the test.
- 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.
** We Guarantee you will get ...
- Credits that are accepted by any Radiologic Technologist, Nuclear Medicine, or Ultrasound registry in North America or US territories.
- A system that works with your smartphone and pc.
- Fast customer support if you need it.
- Electronic reading material that you can keep and share.
- An online post test that you can take from multiple devices.
- A printable hard copy of the post test for offline reference.
- A certificate of completion you can download immediately after passing the post test.
- A full refund within 30 days if you do not pass or are not satisfied for any reason.
- The lowest price with our Low Price Guarantee.
We are committed to offering the best continuing education for Radiologic Technologists available anywhere. Read more about our generous guarantee policy.
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Accepted Everywhere, Guaranteed
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).”