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    job that suits them well. A sonographer is someone that specializes in ultrasounds. When you hear the word “ultrasound” babies are usually the first thing that comes to mind. The good thing about sonography is you do not have to give ultrasounds on just babies, there is different branches you can pick from to do ultrasounds on. To be a sonographer you can have an associates degree or a bachelor degree. Many technical colleges offer the two year program for sonography. Doing a two year program you will have your associate's degree in sonography and a completion of an x-ray or other allied health…

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    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…

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    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…

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    There are multiple reasons I have found through experience and research of why I want to be a Diagnostic Medical Sonographer. The first time I experienced sonography was ten years ago when I received a prenatal ultrasound; this is the very first time I was blessed to see my baby. I was immediately fascinated by the technology and how I was able to see so much. I even spotted the fact that my baby was a boy and asked my sonographer, she confirmed that yes indeed he was. I want to be a part of…

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    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.…

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    There are multiple reasons I have found through experience and research of why I want to be a Diagnostic Medical Sonographer. The first time I experienced sonography was ten years ago when I received a prenatal ultrasound; this is the very first time I was blessed to see my baby. I was immediately fascinated by the technology and how I was able to see so much. I even spotted the fact that my baby was a boy and asked my sonographer, she confirmed that yes indeed he was. I want to be a part of…

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    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…

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    Burnout Sonography

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    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…

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    Joan Baker Contribution

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    work environment of the sonographer a safer place. Joan Baker has played an important role in sonography, since she has created organizations, taught sonography ergonomics, and has an award given in her honor. Story Joan Baker was raised and got her education in England (About Us, 2016). She arrived to the United States 1965, because she got an invitation from Stanford Medical Center, to open the department of ultrasound (About Us, 2016). She concentrated her education in radiography and…

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    Ultrasound Technologist Ultrasound Technologist are people who use high-frequency sound waves to create images of soft tissue in a patient’s body. Doctors and Physicians use these images to diagnose abnormalities and diseases in a patient. They also use these images for women's who are pregnant, to make sure the baby and the mother are both healthy. These people are also known to be as diagnostic medical sonographers. Their average annual salary is $63,630, and their hourly wages goes by…

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