RAD 222: Pharmacology in Diagnostic Imaging
In this course, students are provided with an introduction to pharmacology and contrast media administration as it relates to the medical imaging profession. Students gain an understanding of diagnostic contrast media and the effects of these agents on the human body. Students also receive instruction in basic techniques of venipuncture, appropriate patient care practices during drug administration and management of medical emergencies in the diagnostic imaging department.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; RAD 150 minimum grade "C-", may enroll concurrently
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