Overview

By the end of this program, the participant should be able to:

  • Recall the various types of data and data distributions.
  • Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of using specific descriptive statistics to present data.
  • Describe the basic physics underlying PET imaging.
  • Describe how patient dose is calculated in PET.
  • Identify methods and technology to decrease patient dose.

COURSE LENGTH:  1 Hour
ACCREDITATION TYPE:  ASRT - Category A+
CREDIT HOURS:  1

Target Audience

This program specifically targets radiologic technologists and nuclear medicine technologists. Radiologists, cardiologists, registered radiologist assistants, other technologists, and medical personnel concerned with ionizing radiation also may benefit from viewing this program.

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