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    FINAL EXAM CURRENT LEGISLATION (2.5 points): High quality Career and Technical Education programs are based on preparing the individual to meet the needs of the industry and workforce. These programs ensure high skills and training and also provide on the job learning experience. The individual is ready to join the workforce when as soon as he or she fininishes the degree or as ealy as they complete the State certification requirements. Students that graduate from these high quality programs are positioned to continue studying and advance in their careers and training and can potentially become furure leaders on their field. There are only a few high quality CTE programs that prepare the student with high employability skills to obtain an inmediate job. New legislation is making schools and industry accountable for this. Very few legislation directly afect the performance or training in ultrasound; The Carl D Perkins CTE Act from 2006 is making important changes in the federal support the institution are getting. Ultrasound training offers quality on the job training for students, institution that successfully prepare ultrasound students are been rewarded with better funds and recognition. Ultrasound Before Abortion Act is another legislation that directily affect the way ultrasound is thought, sice the sonographer (or student has to deal with a delicate situation during an exam. This legislation is very controversial. This bill requires that any abortion…

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    A Visit From Huey Knock Knock Knock....I went to the door to see who was knocking. I looked out the peep hole. It was Huey. I remember thinking “omg what is he doing here?” “I’m glad T.J is not here.” I opened the door. Hey mami! I let him in. What 's up Huey! Can I get a hug? Huey asked. Sure. Huey asked how I had been doing. Good I replied! Within a matter of minutes, he looks down at my belly. You pregnant? Huey ask. Yes I responded. What you doing pregnant he replies. I look at him…

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    Depending on where you go and what kind of ultrasound you may need will determine the cost of the procedure. Per “Mayo clinic.org” there are no known risks with ultrasounds and they are radiation free. In fact, “Diagnostic ultrasound has had an impressive safety record since 1950s. No substantiated cases of harm from imaging have been found. (O’Brien, 1998). With the cost being the cheapest and the risk being the lowest, a lot of medical examiners turn to ultrasound over other test like…

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    My essay is on Diagnostic Medical Sonographer and the code of ethics. Ultrasound Technology is referred to as a sonogram; it is a device that uses high frequency sound waves humans cannot hear to create an image of the inside of the body. This is typically used to see the stomach, liver, heart, a child in the womb, tendons, muscles, joints and blood vessels. There are many different types of sonography, such as, anesthesiology, cardiology, emergency medicine, obstetric, and neurology, to just…

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    Burnout Sonography

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    Burnout refers to challenges that negatively affect the medical sectors, and sonographers are among the primary victims of this issue. Burnout entails a situation where a person is unable to accommodate a given level of stress that results from intense work, pressure, or tiredness. Sonography is also the method that assists in the diagnosis of numerous medical disorders and evaluation of the internal body organs functionality. Consequently, sonographers are experts who produce the sonographic…

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    Communication. There is a lack of communication between the doctor, patient, nurses, and scheduler. This is an area the staff really struggles with in the Radiology department. The doctor’s nurse will call over to schedule a CT or MRI, the preauthorization that is required will not be done yet and the examination gets scheduled. The nurse states that the preauthorization is getting worked on it and then it will be faxed over. When the patient gets to the department there isn't a preauthorization…

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    In the late summer of 2015, I needed a career change and wanted to do something that would be rewarding, meaningful, and challenging. In November 2015, I was invited for a trial and interview in the clinical imaging department at West Middlesex Hospital for an assistant administration role. I did not get the position, but I learned a lot from it as I worked a day filing the pending forms into the RMS system. I found it interesting that each scan had a different code. It was also good to find…

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    feared going to pap smear arrangements and this would have been so much more awful. Fortunately, when she landed for her arrangement, the Ultrasonographer quickly set her calm. She was well disposed and warmly clarified what precisely was included and inquired as to whether she had any inquiries" Michelle Brunet. The Ultrasongrapher had the capacity quiet her down and put her to ease. As should be obvious, knowing how to convey and demonstrating empathy to the patients is imperative. Since, you…

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    Diagnostic Sonography

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    there is safety software that is installed into the machines such as coded excitation per FDA specifications. Thermal Index (TI) which deals with temperature increase along the sound beam, and Mechanical Index (MI) that indicates the potential for the ultrasound to create tissue cavitation are indices which are displayed on the monitor to inform the sonographer of the risks of bioeffects. It is extremely important for us as Sonographers to continually monitor these values, and modify control…

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    Ultrasound Technicians, also known as diagnostic medical sonographers, use equipment that makes sound waves to produce or record a picture of the internal organs. Sonography is an important medical field because it allows technicians and physicians to see and diagnose a patient’s condition in a minimally intrusive way. What once may have required exploratory surgery now is a quick outpatient procedure with minimal patient discomfort. Ultrasound works by using a high rate of sound waves and…

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