Sonographer

    Page 1 of 5 - About 42 Essays
  • Summary: A Career As A Medical Sonographer

    Medical Sonographer or Ultrasound Technician. I like everything about the job and think it is a great choice for me. 3 Diagnostic medical sonographers have many responsibilities. “The diagnostic medical sonographer provides diagnostic ultrasound tests for patients” (Sonographer-OBX). The ultrasound tests are very important because they could show what might be wrong with a patient or show how well a patient’s baby is doing. Also, sonographers are responsible for knowing what the ultrasound is telling them. If they can’t read it, it could be dangerous for the patient. 10 Another thing a sonographer has to have is specific abilities and qualities. They have to be able to communicate with others in order to help their patient and do their job. Also, they have to be familiar with the technology so they can read the ultrasounds (Medical Sonographers). To become a sonographer, I would have to go to school and get my degree. 5 “There are bachelor’s programs in sonography, but…

    Words: 1047 - Pages: 5
  • Career Essay: A Career As A Sonographer

    Throughout high school I was clueless what career to choose. I realized that many of my acquaintances were pregnant or had children already. Everyone also talked about how different aged women were pregnant. I started thinking about the amount of pregnant women having to see a Sonographer and in the future how babies will still be born, so my career will be beneficial. That is when I started to have ideas of being a Sonographer, but I still wasn’t sure. My sister found out she was pregnant in…

    Words: 1727 - Pages: 7
  • The Importance Of Diagnostic Sonography

    Abdominal Sonography, Breast Sonography, Musculoskeletal Sonography, Neuro-Sonography, Obstetric and Gynecologic Sonography, Vascular and Cardiovascular Sonography. Stomach Sonography takes pictures of persistent 's stomach pits and organs. Bosom Sonography outputs persistent 's bosom tissues to check whether they have growth or tumor. Musculoskeletal Sonography takes pictures of muscles, tendons, ligaments, and joint in patients. Neuro-Sonography examines the sensory system and cerebrum.…

    Words: 932 - Pages: 4
  • Characteristics Of A Sonographer

    A sonographer has many on the job responsibilities, some legally required and others which are ethical in nature and are only really required in so far as it makes the sonographer better at their job. The legal requirements provide a regulated barrier for both patient and sonographer. The ethical requirements give a framework for good standard of care so that there may be a working relationship between imaging professional and patient. Thus both are extremely important and necessary for the…

    Words: 1617 - Pages: 7
  • The Importance Of Diagnostic Medical Sonography

    monitored, so her doctor refers her to a diagnostic medical sonographer. Diagnostic medical sonographers also known as ultrasound technicians use specialized imaging equipment to produce images of a patient’s internal organs. Abdominal, breast, musculoskeletal, neurological, obstetric, and gynecologist sonographers are different types of ultrasound technicians. All sonographers place an ultrasound transducer on the part of the body that is being examined. The transducer sends high frequency…

    Words: 1132 - Pages: 5
  • Burnout Sonography

    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 images using the sonographic…

    Words: 1230 - Pages: 5
  • Importance Of Medical Sonography

    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…

    Words: 782 - Pages: 4
  • The Pros And Cons Of Sonography

    to make gas bubbles move, increase in size, and decrease in size. This type of interaction at a cellular level can disrupt cell connections, which may lead to issues in development and physiology.1 So then how are these risks assessed and evaluated during an ultrasound scan? The American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine and the National Electrical Manufacturers Association created a mechanism for measuring these risks and monitoring them. It is called the Output Display Standard, or ODS. The…

    Words: 1164 - Pages: 5
  • Technology Impacting The Changes In Our World Essay

    services at a faster, more efficient rate which can result in higher profits. Technology has gone global. Mayhew, touched on the subject, on how technology has gone global. He states “Technology has a huge impact on globalization which enables companies of all sizes to do business with customers all over the world.” It doesn’t matter how remote you are, if you have internet access you can launch “satellite offices”. “The effects of technological change on the global economic structure are…

    Words: 1064 - Pages: 5
  • Argumentative Essay On Continuing Medical Education

    During the month of November 2015, we distributed Surveys using open and close ended questions to randomly sampled sonographers working in King Saud Medical City (KSMC) in Riyadh. 25 sonographers completed the survey. The survey was anonymous to ensure confidentiality at all times. The surveys were analyzed using coding and thematic analysis. The questionnaire contained demographic questions about the participants and in depth questions about quality, content, motives and accompanying barriers…

    Words: 1468 - Pages: 6
  • Previous
    Page 1 2 3 4 5

Related Topics:

Popular Topics: