Owner Ewing Animal Hospital Boise, ID, United States
Trauma radiography is an art and the majority of radiographs that a trauma radiographer must perform have to be improvised. You must have the ability to critically think through the procedures to make the necessary positioning adjustments to accommodate the condition of the patient. In this session, learn how to correctly position the abdomen and appendicular skeleton of a trauma patient that comes into your practice.
Identify indications of abdominal radiography in traumatized patients
Identify the advantages and contraindications of abdominal radiography in traumatized patients
Develop a systematic approach to interpret radiographs
Interpret radiographic images of abdomen in traumatized patients
Identify some of the radiographic contrast procedures that may be used in traumatic abdominal injuries