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Utilizing diagnostic imaging technology like x-ray, CT, MRI, and mammography devices, a radiologic technician provides assistance to medical professionals in the process of determining the nature of illnesses and injuries. The radiologic technologist may choose to specialize in just one subfield of diagnostic imaging, such as computed tomography (CT) technology, or they may choose to specialize in a number of subfields.
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A radiologic technician, also called an X-Ray Technologist, is a medical professional who uses imaging machines and other tools to make a map of a patient’s internal tissues and organ systems to figure out how healthy they are as a whole. Some of their jobs are to explain procedures to patients, set up imaging equipment, and get results ready.
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Radiologic Technician Job Description
We are looking for a radiologic technician who is organized and pays attention to details. This person will be in charge of operating imaging equipment for diagnostic purposes. The radiologic technologist’s job is to do what the doctor tells them to do, including positioning the patient and the equipment and answering the patient’s questions. The radiologic technologist will use imaging equipment to take pictures of tissues, bones, organs, and blood vessels. They may also help give radiopharmaceuticals or radiation therapy treatments.
To be an excellent radiologic technologist, you need to care about people and have good communication and people skills when working with them. You should be able to do things well and think things through.
What Does a Radiologic Technologist Do?
Here are the responsibilities of a radiologic technologist:
- Setting up examining rooms for patients.
- Using radiopharmaceuticals to produce crisp and usable images.
- Assisting with the positioning of patients and equipment, providing explanations of the operations, and monitoring the well-being of patients are all important responsibilities.
- Monitoring the video display for any changes in density or contrast when inserting commands into a computer.
- Monitoring and assuring the safety of patients throughout examinations, as well as adhering to protocols that limit exposure to radiation.
- Imaging and relaying critical information to the physician, as well as updating the records of the patients.
- Keeping track of radiography supplies and organizing daily procedure schedules in the event of an emergency.
- Offering pre-procedure guidance to patients, as well as answering technical inquiries and organizing appointments.
- Maintaining and repairing radiography equipment as needed.
Radiologic Technologist Skills and Qualifications Requirements
The following are the requirements for radiologic technologists and technicians:
- A radiology degree of either an associate or bachelor’s degree.
- Radiographers need a license to practice.
- They must be registered with the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (AART) and have current BLS or CPR/
- AED certification for healthcare providers.
- Communication and interpersonal skills, as well as an ability to empathize with others.
- Excellent technical and mathematical talents.
- Excellent time management, planning, and analytical skills, as well as an eye for the smallest of details.
- A Radiologic Technologist may also be required to assist patients, which requires physical strength.