The course follows the subject of Conventional Radiodiagnostic and develop and deepen their theoretical knowledge, practical skills and learning habits needed for required examination of patients and clients of all ages in varying condition. Student is able to examine patients of all ages, use of radiological technology and apply it to patient care. Can interpret and optimize benefits, to ensure quality. Performs organizational aspects of their work. Knows his clinic responsibilities. Is correctly in relation to patients, members of his family, to health facility staff.
1st Organization of X-ray operation
2 Safety Work
3 Protection against radiation
4th Origin, production and quality of X-ray. substances
5th Image Archiving
6th Instrumentation - X-ray equipment, tools, accessories and protection aids
7th Working with film and other materials, film programs, tapes, foils Strengthening
8th Processing of film material and technical defects radiographs
9th Imaging and recording capabilities - skiascopy, tomography, cinema, video recording, digital recording, storage luminescent film, direct digital radiography
10th Sensitometry, sensitometry
12th Contrast agents
13th Preparation and procedures for investigation of X-ray and treatment
14th Projection body parts
15th X-ray examination methods of the digestive tract
16th X-ray examination methods in osteology, pulmologii, mammologii, gynecology and obstetrics, urology, ENT, dentistry
17th Mobile x-ray imaging device
18th X-ray examination methods in pediatrics
19th Endoscopic radiological methods
20th Imaging methods in the Neurology
21st Angiography, DSA
22nd Digital radiography
23rd Computer tomography
25th Magnetic resonance
26th Diapeutic methods
Neuroradiologie. Edited by Zdeněk Černoch. 1. vyd. Hradec Králové: Nucleus, 2000. ISBN 80-901753-9-2. info
Dopplerovská ultrasonografie. Edited by Pavel Eliáš - Jan Žižka. 1. vyd. Hradec Králové: NUCLEUS HK, 1998. 251 s., ba. ISBN 80-901753-5-X. info
STEKLÝ, Luboš. Vybrané kapitoly z rentgenologie a z anesteziologie. 1. vyd. Brno: IDVPZ, 1999. 102 s. ISBN 80-7013-276-0. info
Seminars is basic of intensive course.
Full attendance is necessary for giving course-unit credit.
The course is taught annually.
The course is taught: every week.