Overview

By the end of the program, Technologists who attend the complete didactic segment will have a better understanding of nuclear cardiology, and be able to perform intermediate to advanced procedures as described in the Skill Inventory.

 

Details:

COURSE LENGTH                             ACCREDITATION TYPE                                         CREDIT HOURS                        COURSE ID

3.5 Days (Monday through         CE, ASRT – Technologists/Allied Health          TBD                               Full Service – TBD
Thursday at 12:30pm)                                                                                                              Tuition Only – TBD     

 

Course Competencies 

  • Identify cardiac anatomy
  • Position patients and set up ECG
  • Identify a good ECG trace and bad ECG trace
  • Select appropriate scan protocols
  • Perform cardiac scans using different quantitative packages, including First Pass, BPGS, QGS/QPS, 4DM, Myovation, and ECToolBox.

Target Audience

This course is designed for technologists performing Nuclear Cardiac imaging.

Prerequisites

Some experience in basic Nuclear Medicine procedures and at least 6 months of use on the Xeleris Workstation.

It is beneficial for those attending this course to know the basic operation of the Gamma Camera and CT component if so equipped.

There are online courses that are prerequisites to the instructor-let training at the GE Healthcare Institute. As our curriculum follows a progressive pattern, you must complete the prerequisite courses before the instructor-led portion of the curriculum.

The online component of the curriculum will include Cardiac Anatomy and Cardiac Overview.

Schedule / Registration

Class Schedule:
Ongoing

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