The Radiologic Technology Lab 1 is located at M2 L.-3. The lab is designed to introduce students to the necessary preclinical skills and prepare them for the clinical phase of their study. It contains a general x-ray machine, full-body phantom, dark room, and view boxes to simulate the technical aspect of conventional x-ray imaging.
In addition, the lab offers students a controlled environment for practicing the necessary quality control tests of the x-ray machine, the dark room, and view boxes, and for understanding the underpinning physical principles of x-ray imaging.
In the lab, the students are also trained in patient care by practicing role play, learn how to prepare contrast media for fluoroscopic studies, and introduced to materials and equipment used in angiography and cardiac catheterization.
Data show presentations and multimedia also provide means for introducing students to angiography, fluoroscopy, CT, and MRI clinical cases, 3D anatomy, image processing, and other necessary information. This serves to anchor the concepts of medical imaging prior to the clinical practice part of the course.
|X-ray Machine||Densitometer Tools|
|Training Teaching Phantom Transparent and Deluxe
Patient Care ||Digital KV Dose and Time Meter|
|Simulator with Internal Organs||Precision Photometer|
|Beam Alignment Test Tool||Digital Timer and Stopwatch|
Lab Supervisor: Majd Alkhalily