1st Edition

Principles of Fluoroscopic Image Intensification and Television Systems
Workbook and Laboratory Manual

ISBN 9781574440829
Published November 21, 1996 by CRC Press
256 Pages

USD $99.95

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Book Description

This unique workbook can be used as a stand-alone text or supplemental text for any course designed to enhance the work of radiologic technology students. It will also serve the needs of graduate radiographers as well as the physician in learning specific areas of the Fluoroscopic Image Intensifier such as:

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Image Intensifier System
Chapter 2: Objective and Camera Lens
Chapter 3: Closed Circuit Television Systems
Chapter 4: Recording and Television Image
Chapter 5: Fluoroscopic Image Production
Chapter 6: Factors Affecting Patient and Operator
Chapter 7: Health Effects of Low Level X-Ray Exposure
Chapter 8: Biological Effects and Significance of
X-Ray Exposure
Chapter 9: Personnel Radiation Protection
Chapter 10: Personnel Monitoring
Chapter 11: Pediatric Fluoroscopy
Chapter 12: Mobile Image Intensification Equipment
Chapter 13: California Radiation Control Regulations:
Responsibility of the Supervisor and Operator
Chapter 14: Three-Dimensional Fluoroscopic Anatomy
Chapter 15: Fluoroscopic Quality Assurance and Quality
Control Program

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". . . written primarily for students enrolled in radiography training programs. . . appealing because few radiographic textbooks provide a . . . discussion of the cameras and closed-circuit television systems used in fluoroscopic imaging."
"I highly recommend this book for use by any student or professional seeking to improve their understanding."
Beth Graff, Imaging Specialist, Arnold Palmer Hospital for Women & Children, Orlando, Florida