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Top 50 Radiologic Technician Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Radiologic Technician. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Radiologic Technician resumes they appeared on. For example, 16.3% of Radiologic Technician resumes contained Radiology as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Radiologic Technician actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Radiologic Technician

1. Radiology
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Here's how Radiology is used in Radiologic Technician jobs:
  • Managed radiology department and clinical staff in office.
  • Managed and maintained the radiology department (filing, ordering materials, obtaining 100% state inspections score's).
  • Key results: Gained diverse radiology experience, mastered adaptability in all imaging settings, including trauma.
  • General staff technologist duties, including trauma, portable, and instructional radiology.
  • Learned and performed new cutting edge procedures in the field of radiology.
  • Performed examinations in the ER, main radiology area and surgery.
  • Assist and greet patients into the Radiology department.
  • Provide radiology services to patients of all ages.
  • Provide radiology services to patients.
  • Key Results: Mastered multitasking and quick adaptability between several imaging facilities and acquired proficiency with various radiology equipment.
  • Staff technologist with experience in routine radiology, emergency room and Operating room procedures
  • Complete diagnostic radiographic procedures in the radiology department of a 953-bed teaching hospital.
  • Travel assignments responsible for interventional radiology settings in hospital and clinical settings.
  • Mastered radiology/hospital information systems including Athena, PACS Carestream.
  • Complete diagnostic radiographic procedures in the radiology department.
  • Worked as a member of a 4-person team within a private practice, interventional radiology service setting.
  • Obtained radiographs from inpatients and outpatients in the emergency room and in the general radiology department.
  • Worked full time hours in radiology to ensure top quality patient care.
  • Started, completed, and verified exams in a timely manner while providing quality diagnostic images for radiology and ancillary departments.
  • Worked as a radiologic technologist in the Radiology Department, Operating Room and Emergency Room.

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2. Fluoroscopic Procedures
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Here's how Fluoroscopic Procedures is used in Radiologic Technician jobs:
  • Operate C-arm in surgical suites, participate in various fluoroscopic procedures
  • Perform a-ray scanning, portable radiography and fluoroscopic procedures.
  • Assisted the radiologists with fluoroscopic procedures.
  • Perform both general and fluoroscopic procedures.
  • Assist radiologists in all fluoroscopic procedures.
  • Collaborate with other medical team members, such as physicians or nurses, to conduct operating room or fluoroscopic procedures.
  • Prepare patients for fluoroscopic procedures by taking thorough patient history and also consent patients for the required procedures.
  • Experienced in trauma, DR, CR, C-arm, trauma, and fluoroscopic procedures.
  • Perform X-ray imaging, portable radiography, surgical C-Arm and fluoroscopic procedures.
  • Perform X-ray imaging, fluoroscopic procedures, DEXA scans, and electrocardiograms.
  • Perform CT scans, X-ray imaging, portable radiography and fluoroscopic procedures.
  • Assisted Radiologists, Surgeons, and Speech Therapists on Fluoroscopic procedures.
  • Performed clinical rotations through C-arm, CT and fluoroscopic procedures.
  • Perform x-ray, portable, c-arm and fluoroscopic procedures.
  • Worked alongside Radiologist assisting in the preparation and administering of contrast agents to patients for fluoroscopic procedures.
  • Assisted radiologist with various fluoroscopic procedures and obtained necessary xray images according to protocol.
  • Completed mobile radiographic and fluoroscopic procedures as well as assist in surgical procedures.
  • Performed portable radiographic procedures as needed and C-Arm fluoroscopic procedures.
  • Perform radiographic imaging, and fluoroscopic procedures.
  • Participated in various fluoroscopic procedures, performed portable radiographic procedures.

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3. Patient Care
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Here's how Patient Care is used in Radiologic Technician jobs:
  • Received special customer service recognition for excellent patient care.
  • Shoot images using specific manual technical factors and appropriate patient care and protection to adhere to radiation protection standards.
  • Assist the medical team in ensuring optimal patient care and smooth daily functioning of facility.
  • Provide direct patient care: casting, splinting, bracing, wound care and dressings.
  • Provide excellent patient care as well as communication with the on-site radiologist.
  • Evaluated patient care needs, prioritized treatment, and maintained patient flow.
  • Assisted physician during patient appointments with everything from patient care to coding.
  • Offered age appropriate patient care before, during and after exams.
  • Documented patient care services by charting in patient and department records.
  • Assisted Dr. Lang with patient care and performed clerical duties.
  • Interpret data and provide recommendations for optimal patient care.
  • Work with doctors and staff in patient care.
  • Maintained accurate records of patient care.
  • Participate in patient care and awareness.
  • Provided excellent patient care and transport.
  • Direct patient care and exams.
  • Provide quality radiographs while ensuring optimal patient care.
  • Gained experience working with patients of all ages with a variety of medical conditions from pre-op to outpatient care.
  • Collaborate with interventional Unit for emergency procedures Ensure and perform patient care and safety practices prior to further diagnostics procedures.
  • Communicate and interact with other healthcare professionals and doctors to ensure best quality patient care.

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4. General Radiography
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Here's how General Radiography is used in Radiologic Technician jobs:
  • General radiography and mammography, special procedures & operating room procedures
  • Perform general radiography exams and special views for orthopedic doctors.
  • Perform general radiography exams and mammography exams.
  • General radiography, Level One trauma radiography, surgical radiography, portable radiography, and invasive radiography at ORMC.
  • General Radiography and cross training in vision testing, urine drug screening, breath alcohol testing and medical assisting
  • X-ray patients in all forms of general radiography.
  • General Radiography, film processing, film filing
  • General radiography, some CT exams
  • Performed general radiography and bone densitometry studies in a busy primary care clinic.
  • Weekend work in general radiography; majority of time spent in emergency imaging
  • Strengthened general radiography skills at Palos Primary Care Center
  • General Radiography, Phlebotomy, Scheduling
  • Performed duties as a staff radiologic technologist in all areas of general radiography and special procedures.
  • Performed all aspects of General Radiography and Mammography in addition to limited CAT scan.
  • General radiography (nightshift).
  • General radiography Surgical coordinator and insurance pre-certification specialist
  • Managed the Radiology Department and performed all aspects of General Radiography pertaining to Spine Orthopedics.
  • Performed all general radiography jobs, including : operating room, Ivp, fluoroscopy
  • General radiography includes fluoroscopy, portable, theatre and emergency.
  • Performed General Radiology Exams, Fluoroscopy, Mammograms, needle localizations, Arthrograms and General Radiography in the Operating Room.

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5. C-Arm
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Here's how C-Arm is used in Radiologic Technician jobs:
  • Lead multiple in-services covering operation of C-Arms and O-Arms for all technologists at St. Vincent Hospital in Indianapolis.
  • Performed Orthopedic CR, DR, C-Arm, and Portable Radiography exams.
  • Operated GE, Siemens and Philips C-Arm mobile imaging equipment in O.R.
  • Provided C-arm support for the operating room and the pain clinic.
  • Displayed proficiency of C-arm and O-arm use in surgical cases.
  • Performed various x-rays, used c-arm in O.R.
  • Perform C-arm exams in the operating room.
  • Operated OEC C-arm in Operating Room.
  • Operated OEC C-arm and Mini C-arm.
  • Performed C-Arm and portable examinations.
  • Operate C-Arm for OR procedures.
  • Perform diagnostic imaging, fluoroscopy and C-Arm procedures for adult and geriatric patients according to departmental guidelines.
  • Performed fluoroscopic examinations including cystoscopy, endoscopy, and operating room cases utilizing C-arm.
  • Performed portable x-rays examination, fluoroscopy procedures, and C-arm procedures in the operation room.
  • United States Duties: Operated OEC 9800 series c-arm in surgical procedures.
  • Experience performing Portables and C-Arm radiographies in E.R.
  • Perform variety of radiological procedures using standard, portable and C-arm fluoroscopy.
  • Prepare the C-Arm for surgical use; operate the C-Arm during surgical procedures, maintaining a sterile field Perform preoperative radiologic testing
  • Assist with c-arm in endoscopy procedures such as Bronchoscopy, EGD, ERCP and Colonic stent.
  • Perform general radiology exams GI studies Portables x-rays Run C-arm in OR

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6. Emergency Room
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Here's how Emergency Room is used in Radiologic Technician jobs:
  • Coordinate emergency room workload to x-ray room availability.
  • Perform all necessary diagnostic x-ray procedures in the emergency room, operating room, outpatient clinic, and inpatient hospital.
  • Experienced working in operating room, emergency room, outpatient, inpatient, portable, and emergency room environments.
  • Covered evening weekend shift for general and Ob ultrasound for Inpatient and Level II Trauma Emergency Room.
  • Performed x-rays and CT scans on inpatients, outpatients, and emergency room patients.
  • Perform general radiology, orthopedics, portables, pediatrics, and Emergency Room cases.
  • Experienced in working in the emergency room and operating room in a sterile environment.
  • Experience with General Radiology exams, Emergency Room, Operating Room C-Arm procedures.
  • Set up and perform routine x-ray exams in department, emergency room and OR
  • Experienced in emergency room trauma situation in a Level 2 trauma center.
  • Well versed in emergency room protocols and proper patient care.
  • Prepared and positioned patients for radiographic examinations operated all major, portable diagnostic imaging equipment in patient rooms and Emergency Room.
  • General x-ray exams in a hospital setting to include inpatient, outpatient, surgery, fluoroscopy, and emergency room patients.
  • Experience in Level one Trauma Center Emergency Room - Knowledge in portables and using c-arm in OR.
  • Performed all CT scans for body and neuro patients in emergency room and outpatient setting.
  • Performed diagnostic radiographs for inpatients, outpatients, and emergency room patients.
  • Assist Radiologic Technologist in the emergency room with all patients.
  • Take quality radiographs for emergency room patients and outpatients.
  • Performed Routine and Special Procedures as Radiological Technologist Provided Support for Surgery, Emergency Room and Hospital Inpatient Care Performed Administrative Duties
  • Completed inpatient, outpatient, and emergency room procedures * Obtained fluoro images * Performed mobile images

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7. Pacs
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Here's how Pacs is used in Radiologic Technician jobs:
  • Develop solid understanding of imaging equipment and documentation software, including PACS Image Archive and DICOM storage.
  • Regulate equipment used to expose the x-ray, develops and documents PACS imaging.
  • Use CR and Vista PACS systems to obtain and send patient images.
  • Processed computed radiography images for PACS and generate hard copies when required.
  • Import outside studies into PACS system for easy interpretation and viewing.
  • Utilized HIPPA guidelines to ensure patient record confidentiality on PACS system.
  • Enter patient exam data into PACS system.
  • Tracked patient information using the PACS system.
  • Worked independently traveling to various locations imagining patients, electronically transferring images to radiologist for interpretation, working with PACs systems.
  • Performed exams as ordered by hospital physicians hospital wide Operated PACS /WEBMD for acquiring and reviewing images.
  • Import CD's of different radiological imaging studies into PACS software program.
  • Utilized PACs and STENTOR systems to perform CR & DR examinations.
  • Participated in newly launched Canon PACS system and Film Digitizer.
  • Perform radiographic exams in CR PACS compliance with hospitals standards.
  • Burn and import imaging disc through PACS and Medavis.
  • Worked with PACS and Meditech operating system.
  • Provide quality radiographs for physicians Utilize PACS to maintain images Usage of Phillips and GE equipment
  • X-ray routine Procedures PACS CR Electronic Record
  • Computed Tomography procedures with and without contrast materials X-ray Procedures PACS CR Electronic Record
  • Capture Diagonstic images Processing digital film/ PACS System Phlebotomy Triage patients Assist providers Perform various in house test Follow ups

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8. Trauma
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Here's how Trauma is used in Radiologic Technician jobs:
  • Assisted in transporting traumatic patients to imaging areas and performing exams in difficult positions.
  • General, trauma radiography varied shifts
  • Responded to the emergency room for incoming traumas; mentored incoming radiology students, and maintained a clean working environment.
  • Worked night shifts as the only radiographer for the radiology department in a Level 3 trauma hospital.
  • Perform general and trauma radiography to patients with various injuries and complaints.
  • Level 1 trauma hospital experience with varying degrees of emergency situations.
  • Performed diagnostic images as needed in level 1 trauma emergency hospital.
  • Key results: Gained thorough trauma experience without compromising patient care
  • Performed general and trauma radiology for a very busy practice.
  • General staff technologist duties including trauma and CT.
  • Performed x-ray examinations in Fluoroscopy, Diagnostic, Trauma and Outpatient departments.
  • specialized in trauma, generalized radiology, and pain management
  • Work night shift with both Siemens-64 CT scanner and routine/trauma Digital Xray and portables for Emergency Room and In-house patients.
  • Take radiographs with stationary and portable x-ray units and am experienced with trauma, operation room and contrast studies.
  • Contributed to team effort via rotation through ER, Trauma, OR, NICU, Urology, Fluoroscopy.
  • Performed CR, DR, Fluoroscopy, Trauma X-Ray, OR C-Arm, Portable X-Rays exams.
  • Level II trauma center, fluoroscopy, surgical, and mobile experience
  • Worked with CR and DR equipment Gained experience in fluoroscopy and portable exams Experience with in-patient, out-patient, and trauma exams
  • Perform diagnostic X-rays, fluoroscopy, and emergency trauma procedures on outpatients Agfa Processing NX imaging trainer
  • General, surgical, fluorscopic and trauma radiologic procedures/examination Highest level of patient care

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9. Radiographic Exams
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Here's how Radiographic Exams is used in Radiologic Technician jobs:
  • Worked under supervision of senior technologist to perform all routine and fluoroscopic radiographic exams and operating room exams.
  • Perform a variety of radiographic exams in areas of diagnostic radiology including ER and routine radiography.
  • Performed radiographic exams in compliance with physician specific standards and practices.
  • Performed various radiographic exams in the Memorial Hospital System.
  • Performed fluoroscopic and general radiographic exams on patients.
  • Perform diagnostic medical radiographic exams on orthopedic patients.
  • Assisted with administering radiographic exams and film development.
  • Choose appropriate technical factors for radiographic exams.
  • Perform diagnostic medical radiographic exams on orthopedic patients, ordered supplies, and helped with scheduling and other front office duties.
  • Perform bedside radiographic exams and EKG's on patients that are unable to travel to the larger Radiology sites.
  • Performed radiographic exams in a busy and steady department while still providing top patient care.
  • Performed radiographic exams ordered by physicians on inpatients, outpatients and ER patients.
  • Performed a range of radiographic exams in a variety of settings.
  • Performed various radiographic exams, from bone studies to contrast media.
  • Perform radiographic exams on patients using CR & DR equipment.
  • Perform radiographic exams in all areas of radiology.
  • Performed radiographic exams in compliance with hospital practices and standards under the supervision of registered radiologic technologists.
  • General Responsibilities: Performed radiographic exams (up to 40 per day) in compliance with hospital standards and practices.
  • Performed radiographic exams and Dexa scans ordered by physicians in a busy medical office.
  • Perform radiographic examinations Prepare e-charts for surgery Order -radiographic exams Room patients Chart/ File images

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10. X-Ray Equipment
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Here's how X-Ray Equipment is used in Radiologic Technician jobs:
  • Maintained digital x-ray equipment including daily and monthly testing and documentation.
  • Operate portable x-ray equipment quickly and efficiently under emergent conditions.
  • Operated mobile x-ray equipment to image patients in health and rehab centers, long term nursing facilities, private homes.
  • Used mobile X-ray equipment in surgery, the emergency room, and at the patient's bedside.
  • Position x-ray equipment and adjust controls to set exposure factors, such as time and distance.
  • Set up X-ray equipment in appropriate positions and regulate equipment controls to set techniques and protocols.
  • Operate mobile x-ray equipment in operating room, emergency room, or at patient's bedside.
  • Managed mobile X-ray equipment in the operating room, emergency room, and/or patient's bedside.
  • Worked with the x-ray equipment company on all repairs, maintenance and ordering supplies.
  • Care and maintenance of x-ray equipment including x-ray machine, x-ray plates and processor.
  • Skilled in the operation of GE CR/ DR, Siemens X-ray equipment.
  • Operated CT and X-ray equipment and operated PACS as required.
  • Maintain vehicle and X-Ray equipment cleanliness and maintenance.
  • Managed portable X-ray equipment for bedside imaging.
  • Trained on Digital x-ray equipment.
  • Sole RT responsible for controlling x-ray equipment to create radiographs of designed parts of body.
  • Provide radiographs for medical interpretation using all types of x-ray equipment in a fixed location.
  • Operate portable X-ray equipment to obtain in-bed images.
  • Obtain in-bed images using portable X-ray equipment.
  • X-RAY TECH) Maintained and operated X-RAY equipment.

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11. Surgery
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Here's how Surgery is used in Radiologic Technician jobs:
  • Assist in sterilization of surgery equipment.
  • Sharpened diagnostic x-ray skills and offer expert C-ARM and portable operation for an array of orthopedic and general surgery cases.
  • Rotated daily in the various Radiology departments, such as Surgery/C-arm, Outpatient, and the Emergency Room.
  • Lead Surgery Technologist with vast experience in vascular, orthopedic, pain management, urology and trauma.
  • Gather any required exam(s) for surgery, per each individual surgeon's request.
  • Experience working alone in an outpatient center and in a day surgery center.
  • Prepare cadavers for surgery and package them for shipping afterwards.
  • Aided surgeons and physicians in surgery cases via C-ARM imaging
  • Travel assignment Ran C-arm for their 22 room surgery suite
  • Assist in surgery by using a C-arm.
  • Operate C-Arm for surgery cases.
  • Assisted with fluoroscopy procedures and filled in for surgery cases when c-arm was needed or post-surgery films were required.
  • X-ray tech Coordinated daily surgery schedule & assigned co-workers to surgical cases needing C-arm fluoroscopy and mobile x-rays.
  • Maintained internal & external film logs & storage, burned cds & printed films for surgery & patients.
  • Developed my skills in General X-ray, Fluoroscopy, Surgery, Trauma, and portable x-ray.
  • Coordinated and performed diagnostic (inpatient/outpatient), fluoroscopy, portables, surgery and emergency/trauma procedures.
  • Completed rotations in the emergency room, surgery, CT, interventional radiology, GI/Fluoroscopy, general radiology and mobile radiography.
  • Acted as a competent and reliable Technologist in fluoro, portables, trauma and surgery Worked a variety of shifts as needed
  • Experience in trauma situations Experience in C-arm and O-arm surgery exams Experience in Diagnostic Imaging Experience in Kodak and Fuji Imaging System
  • Perform radiologic exams Assist surgeon during in-office podiatric appointments Experience with scheduling appointments and surgery

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12. CR
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Here's how CR is used in Radiologic Technician jobs:
  • Performed Saturday exams increasing patient s availability of vascular and general ultrasound exams decreasing wait times for both patients and physicians.
  • Demonstrate acceptable film quality standards by critiquing positioning, technical factors and alignment.
  • Oversaw/supervised FDA inspection and American College of Radiology Mammography Accreditation.
  • Provided the clinic with classes on customer/patient service (increasing the clinic's overall ratings for Customer Service).
  • Work directly with prescribing doctor and radiologists reading the images to determine whether other images need to be taken.
  • Performed as Hand Hygiene Champion: A system used to better increase the importance of Hand Washing to reduce infection
  • Utilize independent judgment, critical thinking and problem solving in the performance of diagnostic imaging procedures.
  • Utilized well developed critical thinking and sound judgment to promote safe and effective patient care.
  • Produced proof of delivery on shipment discrepancies for customers and vendors.
  • Perform drug screening, breath alcohol testing and blood draw.
  • Completed AM chest x-rays utilizing DR and CR portable machines.
  • Perform diagnostic mammography as well as routine screenings.
  • Scrub Tech for interventional vascular procedures.
  • Performed Diagnostic and Screening Mammographic examinations.
  • Entered complete chart for the Physicians as well as scribed.
  • Crossed trained in US guidance for needle injections.
  • Maintain RepTrax and VendorMate crendential system.
  • Certified in Escreen and government hair and drug testing.
  • Input x-ray orders and schedule x-ray appointments Input x-ray transcription Answer phones Schedule appointments for 4 hand surgeons
  • X-ray MA duties Diagnostic and screening mammograms Stereotactic biopsies Needle localizations

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13. Radiation Safety
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Here's how Radiation Safety is used in Radiologic Technician jobs:
  • Practiced radiation safety protecting patients and co-workers from any unnecessary exposure
  • Practiced proper radiation safety techniques on all procedures.
  • Practiced standard precautions and radiation safety.
  • Practiced radiation safety techniques and protocols.
  • Functioned as Radiation Safety Officer.
  • Use radiation safety measures to ensure the safety and comfort of my patients; explaining process throughout interaction.
  • Perform radiation safety measures for myself, patients, and other staff members.
  • Practice radiation safety precautions to maintain the lowest levels of radiation exposure.
  • Perform duties as Radiation Safety Officer and supply manager.
  • Practice radiation safety for patients, co-workers and myself.
  • Follow radiation safety measures to protect patients and staff.
  • Utilize proper sterile techniques and radiation safety techniques.
  • Coordinated PRN coverage, and ensured radiation safety.
  • Explain processes to patients and radiation safety.
  • Have demonstrated competence in collimation, patient positioning and radiation safety to reduce radiation exposure as much as possible.
  • Assist cardiologists, vascular surgeons, radiologists, and nurses within catheterization lab while ensuring radiation safety among the team.
  • Provided radiation safety to self, other staff members, and patients Transported patients to and from radiography department.
  • Inventory Management AAAHC Accreditation Survey Radiation Safety Program
  • Follow all radiation safety guidelines with time distance and shi elding patients.
  • Full Time, Monday, W-F) Explain and perform radiologic examinations on patients while using proper radiation safety measures.

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14. EKG
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Here's how EKG is used in Radiologic Technician jobs:
  • Covered an area of over 500 miles a day doing portable x-rays and EKG'S in Nursing facilities and Home Health.
  • Performed multiple X-ray exams, EKGS and all aspects of managerial and flow of the office.
  • Performed diagnostic testing such as EKG, urinalysis, rapid strep and flu tests.
  • Performed EKG's, Pulmonary function tests, drug and alcohol testing.
  • Perform radiography exams, EKG's and provide excellent patient care.
  • Perform EKG's on both in-house patients & emergency room patients.
  • Performed mobile X-ray and EKG services to nursing home patients.
  • Can perform EKG and certified in CPR.
  • Perform a wide range of radiologic exams and EKG exams in a friendly, efficient and safe manner.
  • Operate x-ray, electrocardiogram (EKG), and other equipment to administer routine diagnostic tests.
  • Conducted mobile x-ray, EKG and holter monitor exams at patient's location.
  • Performed portable x-rays and EKG'S in nursing facilities and Home Healths.
  • Maintain xray equipment, EKG, Processor, as well as vehicle.
  • Performed venipuncture when needed and all EKG's ordered by physician.
  • Trained new staff on clinical procedures (ABI, spirometry, EKG, vitals, and radiographic equipment).
  • Use of portable CR/DR machine Take EKG Take x-rays of geriatric patients in nursing homes
  • Performed chest x-rays, ekgs, and drew labs for cardiac cath procedures.
  • Perform xrays, ekgs, all nursing duties.
  • Perform general radiography, fluoroscopy, DEXA scanning, and certified phlebotomist/EKG Perform quality control on all modalities listed above
  • Position patients to obtain diagnostic radiographic images Preform EKG Ensure quality patient care Send images via PACS

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15. Quality Images
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Here's how Quality Images is used in Radiologic Technician jobs:
  • Position patient, equipment, associated devices and manipulate technical factors to achieve high quality images for anatomy is demonstrated.
  • Provide quality images for diagnostic interpretation following hospital protocols.
  • Produced high-quality images for referring physicians.
  • Gained the ability to problem solve and produce high-quality images in less than optimal conditions.
  • Provided quality patient care, positioned patients and adjusted equipment to produce high quality images.
  • Greeted patients and explained procedures to reduce anxieties and obtain good quality images.
  • Produced optimal quality images to be a significant part of patient diagnosis.
  • Produced high quality images for doctors to diagnose injuries and diseases.
  • Produce quality images from the Open MRI machine.
  • Assist Radiologist in diagnosing through good quality images.
  • Coordinate and perform radiologic procedures in a very busy radiology office which requires efficiency and quality images under significant time constraints.
  • Produced high-quality images using C-arm fluoroscopy.
  • Set up and make equipment adjustments to ensure the best quality images are achieved for the physicians review.
  • Produce quality images for the medical provider to make an accurate diagnosis in an efficient manner.
  • Obtained requested x-ray/fluoro/c-arm exams in a timely manner while still obtaining high quality images and practicing proper radiation exposure.
  • Key Contribution: Established reputation for producing quality images with minimal repeat rate using proper collimation, shielding, and markers
  • Obtain quality images, assist radiologist in fluoroscopy exams, perform bone densitometry as needed, order exams.
  • Perform high quality images on outpatients * Assist front desk personnel -
  • Perform high quality images on outpatients * Performed phlebotomy practices, administered injections, assisted with minor surgical procedures.
  • Performed X ray exams, bone densities, extremity Ultrasounds and MRI scans Produced high-quality images for physicians.

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16. Diagnostic Mammography
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Here's how Diagnostic Mammography is used in Radiologic Technician jobs:
  • Demonstrated competency in technical and positioning factors related to the performance of screening and diagnostic mammography procedures.
  • Perform screening and diagnostic mammography examinations using 2D and 3D tomography.
  • Perform routine and diagnostic mammography procedures.
  • Performed Screening and Diagnostic Mammography.
  • Trained and performed both screening/diagnostic mammography * Performed various general x-rays * Assisted with biopsies, cyst aspirations and handled pathology reports
  • Performed a wide variety of routine and diagnostic Mammography exams, as well as radiology exams.
  • Performed General Diagnostic X-Rays, Screening and Diagnostic Mammography and DEXA Bone Density screening.
  • Trained at Seton s Breast Center taking diagnostic mammography x-rays.
  • Experienced in screening and diagnostic mammography, dual energy X-ray absorptiometry.
  • Performed screening and diagnostic mammography including biopsy localizations.
  • Performed screening and diagnostic mammography and worked with physicians to perform Stereotactic and Ultrasound Guided biopsies and needle aspirations.
  • Perform routine and diagnostic mammography examinations as well a Bone Density studies for 6 months.Cross trained in Cat Scan.
  • Use Hologic equipment including digital and digital 3D to perform screening and diagnostic mammography.
  • Provide high quality patient care while performing screening and diagnostic mammography exams as well as pre-operative needle localizations.
  • Used Hologic equipment to perform screening and diagnostic mammography and stereotactic biopsy using fully digital equipment.
  • Performed screening and diagnostic mammography exams on patients using GE and Hologic radiographic equipment.
  • Implemented screening/diagnostic mammography * Executed diagnostic x-rays and fluoroscopic studies 40 hrs/week
  • Review screening and diagnostic mammography studies with radiologists.Bone Densitometry: Perform and analyze Bone Densitometry studies.
  • Performed routine and diagnostic mammography Assisted in stereotactic needle biopsies Emergency room/surgical radiologic procedures.
  • Computed Tomography and Screening and Diagnostic Mammography Diagnostic Radiography and Fluoroscopic procedures Bone Densitometry

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Here's how High Quality is used in Radiologic Technician jobs:
  • Produced high quality diagnostic and fluoroscopic images in hospital and out-patient settings.
  • Produced high quality x-ray films by applying knowledge of x-ray exposure and processing techniques in accordance with radiation safety guidelines.
  • Committed to providing high quality imaging services and catering to patient of all ages and special needs.
  • Manage 15 to 20 procedures per shift, while maintaining high quality of patient care.
  • Provide high quality patient care while insuring patient safety and maintain patient privacy.
  • Manage 20-30 procedures per shift, while maintaining high quality of care.
  • Produce high quality diagnostic radiographs utilizing protocols created by physicians and employing patient safety measures.
  • Performed high quality radiographic and fluoroscopic imaging while maintaining patient dignity and safety
  • Exceeded in administering outstanding patient care while performing high quality Radiographic examinations.
  • Produced high quality radiographs in emergency department.
  • Provided high quality patient care, de-escalating tense situations with clear communication, reducing stress to patients by explaining exam procedures.
  • Perform Operating Room procedures with the use of C-arm Provide safe, high quality patient care.
  • Perform high quality radiographic images for care, diagnosis, and treatment of inmates.
  • Exploit manual techniques to produce high quality radiographs; speak fluent Spanish when necessary
  • Worked independently in an outpatient emergency care facility, providing high quality radiographs and patient care.
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently with high quality radiographic results and provide excellent patient care.
  • Make sure Equipment is maintain Manage an average of 10 procedures per shift, while maintaining high quality of care.
  • Perform radiographic exams using CR and portable machines to obtain high quality diagnostic images, also performed DEXA exams.
  • Complete diagnostic radiographic procedures Manage 5 to 10 procedures per shift, while maintaining high quality of care.
  • United States Duties: Performed high quality radiographic procedures as per department policy and procedure manual.

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18. Bone Density
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Here's how Bone Density is used in Radiologic Technician jobs:
  • Performed Mammography, Bone Density and general x-ray examinations in imaging center.
  • Obtained experience in diagnostic digital mammography and bone density procedures.
  • Performed Quality Assurance for Mammography and Bone Density machines.
  • Managed film loan staff, surgical and bone density technologists, unsigned studies, revenue and usage, productivity reports.
  • Performed Mammography and Bone Density examinations in two OB/GYN offices, supporting 16 physicians.
  • Launched bone density screening program, acquiring 12-20 patients per week.
  • Perform x-ray, Bone Density exams and maintain filing system.
  • Assigned primarily as ultrasound Tech and Bone density Tech.
  • Performed radiography and GE Lunar bone density scans.
  • Perform X-ray imaging and Bone Density procedures.
  • Created and implemented a Bone Density department.
  • Perform X-rays, CT Scans, and Bone Density Scans.
  • Assisted in other modalities - CT, MRI, Bone Density, US and Nuclear Medicine for imaging examinations.
  • Performed diagnostic imaging and fluoroscopy, bone density scanning, operate c-arm and portable radiography.
  • Performed EKG s, Pulse Oximeter, and Bone Density.
  • Perform Bone Density Radiographic Exams.
  • performed diagnostic x-rays, assisted radiologist in fluoscopy and performed bone density scans when needed.
  • Perform radiographs, GE Lunar bone density scans, and Esaote C-Scan MRI extremity scans.
  • Performed Dexa Bone Density exams Responsible for updating patient information in PACS system.
  • Performed Dexascans ( Bone density exams) Performed EKG's

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19. MRI
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Here's how MRI is used in Radiologic Technician jobs:
  • Prepared MRI equipment for examinations.
  • Keep a clean atmosphere and change bedding and set up MRI room and machine for all patients.
  • Help prep patients for MRI and CT. * Call patients to confirm appointments.
  • Assisted patients in preparation of Ultrasound, CT, and MRI scans.
  • Assisted in Ultrasound, CT, Special Procedures, and MRI exams
  • Produced MRI scans on a scheduled and emergency basis.
  • Assessed patient questionnaire for MRI safe/unsafe devices or objects.
  • Operated Lunar Extremity MRI unit 10-1999 to 3-2000.
  • Direct patient contact and experience in CT and MRI
  • Import x-ray/ MRI exams and uploads into PACS.
  • Experience with MRI breast scan and breast biopsy.
  • Provided mobile MRI services to surrounding counties.
  • Supervised rotation through CT and MRI.
  • Load on the computer any studies such as MRI, CT, Bone scans for the doctors to view.
  • Cross-trained in CT and MRI.
  • Rotated through other modalities such as CT, MRI, and Nuclear Medicine.
  • Observed numerous studies in CT, MRI and Interventional Radiology.
  • Performed radiologic imaging procedures including, X-Ray, CT, MRI and Fluoroscopy in a hospital setting
  • X-Ray Technician MRI Technician Thermography Technician
  • Perform exams over different body parts.Xray equipment conventional, and MRI GE Vectra 0.5 T and GE Signa Advantage 1.0T

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20. Fluoroscopy
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Here's how Fluoroscopy is used in Radiologic Technician jobs:
  • Perform routine diagnostic and fluoroscopy procedures using CR/DR equipment.
  • Assisted physicians in completing fluoroscopy exams.
  • Assisted radiologist with fluoroscopy exams.
  • Perform fluoroscopy procedures with radiologist.
  • Handled fluoroscopy exams and assisted technologists with portable radiography on patient wards and in OR.
  • Supervised a wide range of Diagnostic and Invasive Fluoroscopy procedures and performed all X-ray procedures.
  • Operate fluoroscopy to aid physician to view and guide wire or catheters.
  • Performed and assisted in x-ray imaging, portable radiography and fluoroscopy.
  • Experience in emergency room, fluoroscopy, and operating room.
  • Set up and assist the Radiologist during fluoroscopy exams.
  • Experience assisting with Fluoroscopy in OR.
  • Operated GE and Phillips equipment in taking radiographs and fluoroscopy of all hospital population including pediatric and geriatric patients.
  • Perform radiologic procedures on all ages and assist Radiologist in fluoroscopy procedures using established routines and techniques.
  • Perform a variety of radiological procedures and assist radiologist with fluoroscopy procedures on neonates through adolescents.
  • Executed fluoroscopy exams utilizing c-arm units for completion of arthrogram and pain injection procedures.
  • Prepared equipment and positioned patients for diagnostic, fluoroscopy and other invasive procedures.
  • Perform all general radiographic procedures according to designated protocol Completed fluoroscopy exams and other special procedures.
  • General xray and fluoroscopy procedures Mammograms and diagnostic breast procedures
  • Perform diagnostic X-rays, fluoroscopy, and mammography on outpatients Experience with patient scheduling Assist physicians with patient vitals and blood draw
  • Acquired knowledge in other modality like C-T. Gain experience in Portables, Fluoroscopy and Operating Room.

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21. ICU
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Here's how ICU is used in Radiologic Technician jobs:
  • Looked up to by other technicians, for my experience, frequently asked tor assist with the most difficult exams.
  • Perform portable procedures on patients from the ER, ICU, CCU and Nursery.
  • Performed X-ray exams on inpatients at ICU/PCU&ER utilizing X- ray portable machine.
  • Helped the nurses with difficult patients and changing the Emergency center beds.
  • Produce X-ray images for the ICU, Medical Surgical and Telemetry units.
  • Assisted in E.R., ICU, general recovery and nursery when requested.
  • Experienced on portable machine in all ICU's and neonatal departments.
  • Transported patients back and forth from Radiology to the ICU.
  • Produce optimal images in difficult settings with many obstacles.
  • Developed particular expertise with C-ARM and portable scanning machines.
  • Performed morning portable exams for ICU patients.
  • Take x-ray examination to ICU/PACU/ward as needed.
  • Completed portable exams in OR, ER, PACU, ICU and MED SURG units/departments.
  • Provided support for all Emergency Room and Trauma Radiography Emergency Operating Room, Intensive Care Unit (ICU) and all Portables
  • Complete all ordered ED exams *Operate Mini CArm for Orthopedic reduction *Level 1 Trauma *Portable NICU/PICU/CICU * Outpatient Orthopedic Pediatric Radiography
  • Worked on call for ER, ICU, Infant and Newborn ICU, neurological and neurosurgical units.
  • Worked five 8-hour mid-night shifts managing radiographic cases for emergent, ICU, NIUC, in-patient clients.
  • Performed medical and radiology diagnostic procedures in Emergancy Room, ICU, and Medical Floors of Hospital.
  • Conducted diagnostic x-rays, ICU morning rounds, fluoroscopy, OR and Cat Scan exams.
  • Performed full complement of Radiological exams including ER,OR,ICU,NCCU,In/out Patient,Portable.

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22. Digital X-Rays
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Here's how Digital X-Rays is used in Radiologic Technician jobs:
  • Utilized proficient knowledge of digital radiology to take digital X-rays.
  • Worked with dual equipment that included Digital X-rays/CR systems/PACS * Provided excellent patient care, and imposed strict radiation safety.
  • Worked with dual equipment that included Digital X-rays/CR systems and also film processing in the dark room.
  • Take digital x-rays of patients using ionizing radiation with protection when necessary.
  • Employed as radiologic technologist taking digital x-rays in an outpatient setting and maintaining equipment.
  • Performed digital x-rays and PACS Utilizes Corporate Radiology computer systems effectively and accurately.
  • Experienced with Digital x-rays, fluoroscopy, IVP, and knowledgeable of film.
  • Perform Digital X-Rays Triage Patients Administer Drug Tests Urinalysis
  • Performed routine diagnostic digital x-rays Performed Bone Density Dexa Scans Worked independently Worked per part time

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23. Tomography
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Here's how Tomography is used in Radiologic Technician jobs:
  • Assisted manufacture and field service engineers in the calibration and troubleshooting on malfunctions in equipment associated with the Computed Tomography Imaging.
  • Observed and assisted in computed tomography and nuclear medicine procedures.
  • Trained in performing a variety of Computed Tomography exams.
  • Worked in Computed Tomography department.
  • Acquired certification for Computed Tomography.
  • Cross trained and quickly acquired proficiency in dual energy x-ray (DXA) imaging and computed tomography (CT) scans.
  • Utilize computerized tomography (CT) scanners to produce cross-section images of patient's internal organs and tissues for medical issues.
  • Assist during Computer tomography, perform organ and skeletal x-rays, contrast enhanced x-ray procedures.
  • Perform computed tomography exams including the injection of IV contrast.
  • Cross trained in Computed Tomography studying to sit for registry
  • Obtain basic knowledge of Computed Tomography.
  • Performed, processed and filed Diagnostic Radiology, Fluoroscopy, Portable Radiology and Computer Tomography studies.
  • Staff Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Computed Tomography, and Radiologic Technologist in busy outpatient radiology center.
  • Perform Fluoroscopy, orthopedic exams, limited surgery and tomography.
  • Acquired knowledge and worked aside Technologist in Computed Tomography.
  • General radiography, fluoroscopy, and computed tomography scanning.
  • Administered various type of examinations such as IVPs, UGI's, plain film x-rays and Computed Tomography Cases.
  • Limited experience in mammography, angiography, MRI, computed tomography, nuclear medicine and ultrasound.
  • Perform general diagnostic imaging, fluoroscopy, bone densitometry, tomography and c- arm procedures.
  • General radiographic procedures, Emergency Department, Fluoroscopy Computed Tomography department

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24. Pain Management
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Here's how Pain Management is used in Radiologic Technician jobs:
  • Operated and maintained portable fluoroscopic C-Arm to assist physician in pain management procedures.
  • Assisted pain management doctor with manipulation of the C-arm during epidural procedures.
  • Produce fluoroscopic images to assist in pain management procedures.
  • Provided Fluoroscopic guidance for pain management spinal injections.
  • Performed pain management procedures such as DRS, Matrix, and heat therapy to patients with muscle strain and vertebral injuries.
  • Assisted with pain management by operating the fluoroscopic equipment for the correct body site and placement of pain medication.
  • Run c-arm in cadaver labs, and pain management in various Hospitals and clinics in San Diego County
  • Complete general diagnostic, tomographic, c-arm (during surgery and pain management) and fluoroscopic procedures.
  • Rotate through the Outpatient clinic, Hospital, surgery, pain management, and ER.
  • Worked in Pain Management, General Radiology and the operating room.
  • Obtained training and experience in Pain Management C-ARM cases.
  • Performed pain management intraoperative fluoroscopic images, in sterile procedures.
  • Worked directly with patients, doctors, and nurses at a pain management center as a radiologic tech.
  • Operated the C-arm for surgical/spine pain management procedures, open cases and speech studies 8.
  • pain management clinic & medical examiner (morgue)
  • Assist in orthopaedic and pain management cases.
  • Prepared patients for radiographic procedures Operated portable C-Arm for pain management and orthopedic cases
  • Perform imaging for medical labs using full size C-Arm * Cases includes pain management, arthroplasty, ORIF, spines.
  • Perform still xray on spine and joints as well as assist in pain management and kyphoplastic cases
  • Experienced with angiograms, line placements, GI, pain management, cystography, speech therapy, and general fluoroscopy cases.

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25. Alara
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Here's how Alara is used in Radiologic Technician jobs:
  • Operated equipment by adjusting radiation exposure accurately and following ALARA.
  • Practiced the ALARA concept and safeguarded patients by taking appropriate measures to protect from unnecessary radiation exposure and infection.
  • Learned to operate under the ALARA principles and within an integrated plan of care.
  • Protect patients, staff, and myself from radiation exposure by practicing ALARA standards.
  • Practiced ALARA principles and guidelines to assure reduced radiation dose to patients and staff.
  • Protect patient privacy by following HIPPA Guidelines and using ALARA guidelines for patient safety
  • Ensured the safety of patients by abiding to the principle of ALARA.
  • Perform x-ray examinations on patients, and uses ALARA to minimize dose.
  • Exercised patient safety by use of ALARA and radiation protection devices.
  • Practice radiation safety and adhere to the principals of ALARA.
  • Administered radiation under the principles of ALARA at all times.
  • Practiced ALARA and AIDET to ensure patient comfort and safety.
  • Practiced radiation protection techniques using the ALARA principle.
  • Adhere to ALARA for radiation protection and safety.
  • Follow all HIPPA and ALARA guidelines.
  • Perform a variety of radiographic procedures, using standard x-ray protocols, while adhering to ALARA.
  • Implemented ALARA practices to reduce radiation dose to patients and staff members.
  • Reduced un-necessary exposure by applying ALARA, As Low AS Reasonably Achievable.
  • Complete diagnostic radiographic procedures in the OR under the ALARA principles.
  • Practice patient saftey techniques including ALARA.

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26. Dexa
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Here's how Dexa is used in Radiologic Technician jobs:
  • Perform X-ray imaging, mobile radiography, fluoroscopic examinations, C-Arm procedures in the OR and DEXA scans.
  • Perform DEXA and MRI scans on a regular basis as well.
  • Perform X-Ray and DEXA examinations according to protocols of physician.
  • Perform ultrasounds, DEXA Scans, and X-ray imaging.
  • Performed screening DEXA scans with mobile unit at various locations
  • Perform daily QA/QC to ensure compliance in DEXA scanner.
  • Perform Diagnostic X-Ray & DEXA exams.
  • Complete and analyze DEXA scans.
  • Perform diagnostic radiography and CT examinations including DEXA, Fluoro, and C-Arm procedures.
  • Performed DEXA, general x-ray, fluoroscopy, mammography, and nuclear medicine scans.
  • Performed Radiological, MRI, CT, and DEXA exams.
  • Perform X-Ray, C-ARM and DEXA scan procedures,.
  • Perform Bone Densitometry (DEXA) Scans Demonstrate proficiency in all diagnostic and fluoroscopic imaging examinations.
  • Performed Dexa Scan, Trauma, Emergency Room, Portables, Operating Rooms, and procedures in the Radiologic Department.
  • Perform CT, X-ray, DEXA, and Fluoroscopy exams following clinic protocols, including limited cross-training in MRI.
  • Perform DEXA scans to diagnose osteoporosis Evaluate film for diagnostic quality Utilize patient care skills to establish rapport
  • Bone densitometry scanning using LUNAR Dexa scanner.
  • Provided safe and efficient radiology procedures in various modalities including X-Ray, CT, Fluoroscopy, and Dexa.
  • Perform quality radiologic exams Perform DEXA scans Properly file and check out films as needed
  • Bone Densitometry scanning using Hologic QD4500 Dexa Scanner.

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27. Vital Signs
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Here's how Vital Signs is used in Radiologic Technician jobs:
  • Acquired and documented accurate medical history, vital signs and visual acuity from patients and communicated results to physician.
  • Collected vital signs & administered immunization shots.
  • Demonstrated proficiency in taking patient medical histories and vital signs, as well as in performing injections and various diagnostic procedures.
  • Back office duties included vital signs, patient history, present complaint, assist provider when needed.
  • Trained to draw blood, monitor vital signs, administer drug screenings and take medical history.
  • Completed basic nursing skills; vital signs and proper documenting information into patients' charts.
  • Back office medical assistant work, triage, vital signs, documentation of office visit.
  • Obtained vital signs of patients (BP, temperature, pulse and heart rate).
  • Interview patients to obtain medical information, weight and height measurements and vital signs.
  • Receive them kindly and take all vital signs as well as chief complaint.
  • Operated Fluoroscopic C-Arm during procedures, took patient histories, obtained vital signs.
  • Performed x-ray, take patient's vital signs, do simple labs
  • Obtained and recorded patient medical history and vital signs.
  • Perform Medical Assistant duties such as the collection of vital signs, blood/urine tests, EKG, and administration of medications.
  • Initiate care by rooming patients, obtain vital signs, history - Assisted physicians with back office work and filing.
  • Triaged patients, gathered vital signs, oxygen saturation, medical history and input information into Patient s chart.
  • Performed Xrays, Assessed vital signs, Assisted Physicians with procedures, Patient and Pharmacy correspondence
  • Triaged patients, taking vital signs, drawing blood, performing EKGs and performing other clinical duties as needed.
  • Produced quality radiographs to physicians Performed lab tests- Mono tests, pregnancy tests, flu, urinalysis Record vital signs
  • Produced diagnostic radiographs Kodak Direct View CR/PACS Obtained vital signs Proficient with 12-Lead EKG and venipuncture Performed Point of Care Testing

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28. Fuji
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Here's how Fuji is used in Radiologic Technician jobs:
  • Worked exclusively with Fuji imaging systems
  • Operated C-Arm, Fuji, Star Navigator and Picture Archiving Communications Systems (PACS).
  • Use of both CR and DR Fuji and Siemens equipment and processing machines.
  • Work with computed radiography on Phillips, GE, and Fuji equipment.
  • Install of PACS System working side by side with Fuji Engineers.
  • Busy customer service oriented level III hospital using Fuji PACS system.
  • Worked on electronic medical record Epic and CR Fuji equipment.
  • Worked with CR processor manufactured by Fuji, and Kodak.
  • Used: Fuji CR equipment and electronic charting.
  • Operate Computed Radiography Fuji (CR) equipment.
  • Work with Phillips and Fuji equipment.
  • Operated Fuji, Phillips and GE.
  • Used Fuji film PACS system.
  • Used Fuji digital imaging system.
  • Experienced with multiple brands of equipment; Care Stream, Shimadzu, General Electric, Fuji and Philips systems.
  • Work in a filmless environment using Fuji film PACS system.
  • Take diagnostic x-rays with Fujifilm CR and Toshiba DR.
  • Maintain proficiency in Fuji DX system, Agfa CR and Carestream CR.
  • Experienced with Fujifilm and Medstrat Echoes
  • Operate CR and DR imaging equipment such as Fuji, Konica, Carestream, Shimatsu, and GE Advantix C-Arm.

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29. RIS
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Here's how RIS is used in Radiologic Technician jobs:
  • Prepared patient exams and comparisons for interpretation.
  • Mastered radiology/hospital information systems including Century (GE RIS and PACS system), (scheduling and Order Entry).
  • Performed patient tracking, chart tracking and various other computer duties using RIS (epic) and PACS.
  • Make sure x-ray charge is being completed after the procedure to the RIS.
  • Serve a diverse caseload including elderly, mentally handicapped, and prisoners.
  • Take diagnostic x-rays, input in RIS/PACS System, Communicate with physicians
  • Work independently covering 2 of the 4 prison facilities.
  • Utilized Fuji Computed Radiography and ADAC RIS system.
  • Use and understand RIS and PACS systems
  • Imported exams into PACS/RIS interface.
  • Worked with RIS operating system.
  • Worked with PACS, RIS, IHIS, EPIC, AFGO, software.
  • Operated and maintained radiologic equipment for picture archiving and communication system (PACS) and radiology information system (RIS).
  • Enter patient information into the Radiology Information System (RIS) and transfer exams into PACs.
  • Assist with St Jude Claris Workmate and EnSite Velocity during EP Studies and Ablations.
  • Utilized the RIS/HIS/PACS systems to provide and manage various forms of computerized informatics.
  • Enter and schedule patient information in RIS and PACS.
  • Experience with PACS, HIS, RIS, RAD NET, EPIC and Cerner programming.
  • Team player; accepted undesirable mission-critical night shift during manning crisis; ensured 100% coverage .
  • Schedule surgeries, MRIs, CTs, and therapies.

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30. Diverse Caseload
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Here's how Diverse Caseload is used in Radiologic Technician jobs:
  • Served a diverse caseload that included children, elderly, adolescent, adults, mentally disabled, along with physical disabilities.
  • Worked effectively on diverse caseloads ranging from neonates to geriatric patients using care and sensitivity to all age groups.
  • Performed x-ray examinations on a diverse caseload of patients including newborns, adolescents, adults and geriatric patients.
  • Serve a diverse caseload including trauma, orthopedics, newborns, children, adults and geriatric patients.
  • Serve a diverse caseload including infants, children, adolescents, adults and geriatric patients.
  • Served a diverse caseload including pediatric, chiropractic, orthopedic, and geriatric patients.
  • Handle diverse caseloads including children, adolescents, adults and geriatric patients.
  • Serve a diverse caseload of patients while attending to their specific needs.
  • Served diverse caseload including pediatric, adolescent, adult and geriatric patients.
  • Managed a diverse caseload of 15 to 30 patients per shift.
  • Serve a diverse caseload ranging from newborns to geriatric patients.
  • Presented with a diverse caseload from newborns to geriatric patients.
  • Deliver optimal patient care and safety for a diverse caseload.
  • Served a diverse caseload of pediatric and adult patients.
  • Serviced a diverse caseload while working alone.
  • Complete diagnostic radiographic procedure with a diverse caseload.
  • Provided outstanding healthcare to a diverse caseload including newborns, infants, children, adolescents, adults and geriatric patients.
  • Serve a diverse caseload including children, adolescents, adults and geriatric patients, while maintaining high quality of care..
  • Serve a diverse caseload including sports medicine and surgical patients -pre and post.
  • Served a diverse caseload which included Devos Children's Hospital.

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31. Surgical Procedures
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Here's how Surgical Procedures is used in Radiologic Technician jobs:
  • Staff Technologist in the Radiology Department specializing in Mammography, trauma and surgical procedures.
  • Performed administrative duties by scheduling patients for orthopedic surgical procedures.
  • Lead Radiographer for all surgical procedures
  • Assisted orthopedic surgeon with upper & lower extremities for surgical procedures by providing the C-Arm fluoroscopic machine for diagnostic imaging.
  • Experienced in assisting the physician, assisting with surgical procedures, and assisting in applying dressing bandages.
  • Trained all new employees and retrained current employees on surgical procedures and c-arms.
  • Skilled in operating a c-arm in surgical procedures in the OR.
  • Operated C-Arm in operating rooms to assist in different surgical procedures.
  • Operated C-arm during surgical procedures and pain management cases.
  • Experience in OR, operated C-arm in surgical procedures.
  • Assist with fluoroscopic surgical procedures using mobile C-arm.
  • Provided OR assistance with C-arm during surgical procedures.
  • Maintain a proper sterile field during surgical procedures.
  • Assist with fluoroscopic and surgical procedures when needed.
  • Operated GE C-arm unit during surgical procedures.
  • Conducted fluoroscopy studies; Operated C-arm machine during surgical procedures
  • Scheduled patient appointments and surgeries and preauthorized surgical procedures.
  • Operate mobile fluoroscopy for Orthopedic, Vascular, and assorted other surgical procedures Position and immobilize patient on examining table.
  • Perform x-ray and CAT Scan exams Provide radiological support for surgical procedures Maintain quality assurance for exams performed
  • Performed C-arm fluoroscopy for orthopedic, neuro, urology, and general open and laparoscopic surgical procedures.

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32. Digital Radiography
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Here's how Digital Radiography is used in Radiologic Technician jobs:
  • Performed routine diagnostic imaging procedures under direct and indirect supervision according to departmental standards and protocols using computed and digital radiography.
  • Perform diagnostic x-rays in both computed radiography and digital radiography in various clinical settings.
  • Skilled at utilizing film, computer and digital radiography systems for patient examinations.
  • Experience in using computed radiography, digital radiography, and traditional film/screen radiography.
  • Produce diagnostic quality images using both computed and digital radiography.
  • Experienced with PACS, Computed radiography and Digital Radiography equipment.
  • Utilized computed as well as digital radiography.
  • Experience operating computed radiography and digital radiography.
  • Experience in handling Quantum Digital Imaging equipment and the Drive computer program for digital radiography.
  • Gained experience in film screen, computed radiography, and digital radiography.
  • Operated Fuji, Phillips, Kodak Digital Radiography, and GE units.
  • Well versed in suture removal, cast removal and digital radiography.
  • Use of computed and digital radiography.
  • Performed complete diagnostic radiographic procedures in the radiology department in both computed and digital radiography.
  • Operated the Intellispace-PACS digital radiography computer program and assisted in radiographic interpretation of images.
  • Process exposed radiographs using computed/digital radiography and PACS system
  • Work experience with Digital Radiography such as Philips DR, Fuji, and Shimadzu.
  • Utilized digital radiography systems, RIS, HIS and PACs.
  • Prepared and positioned patients for radiographic examinations Operated all major necessary and portable diagnostic imaging equipment Experience with digital radiography/PACS.
  • Performed various radiographic examinations Experience with digital radiography and PACS Experience with fluoroscopic examinations

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33. GI
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Here's how GI is used in Radiologic Technician jobs:
  • Position imaging equipment and adjust controls to set exposure time and distance according to specification of examination.
  • Perform routine diagnostic imaging procedures according to departmental protocol, policy and procedures.
  • Performed exams for external and internal patients using digital imaging equipment.
  • Operated necessary portable diagnostic imaging equipment.
  • Accepted results from radiologists on various patients through dictation when physicians needed momentary results without a report.
  • Served as a source of knowledge for radiologists and technologists.
  • Process images within vehicle, and send over to radiologists.
  • Hired after successful performance as a student radiologic technologist.
  • Perform quarterly quality control checks on radiological equipment.
  • Assisted Radiologist in fluoroscopy exams.
  • Experience in diagnostic imaging, fluoroscopy procedures, and C arm operation in the sterile setting.
  • Assisted technician in Contrast Studies: BE, Fluoroscopy, and Upper and Lower GI.
  • Watched physicians read and dictate impressions as well as learned pathologies during medical lectures.
  • Maintain radiological equipment to ensure they are within state safety compliance levels.
  • Assist in registeration, triage, and discharge of patients.
  • Assigned to hospitals as a full-time temporary technologist 12.
  • Worked in main hospital, SH clinic, Tully Health Center, Darien Imaging Center and Premier Orthopedics.
  • Executed troubleshooting for the digital processor errors while maintaining software set standards for required radiographic images 4.
  • Work in conjunction with several Interventional Radiologists regarding venous/dialysis access in a partnership with Fresenius Dialysis Centers and referring Nephrologists.
  • promoted to a mammographer Worked alongside Radiologists to perform imaging procedures Worked independently at outlying clinics

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34. OEC
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Here's how OEC is used in Radiologic Technician jobs:
  • Specialize in performing fluoroscopic procedures in OR with GE (OEC units) and Phillips C-arm for orthopedic and pain management injections
  • Experience operating GE OEC C-arm, GE Proteus and GE Legacy R-F system equipment.
  • Perform routine images procedures in the operating room with Flouro-OEC 9800 and 9900Vascular.
  • Used a variety of equipment including OEC C-Arms and portable machines.
  • Use OEC 9900 to perform vascular imaging in an outpatient O.R.
  • Experienced and competent with OEC and Siemens C-arms.
  • Co-developed current parameters for OEC 9900 c-arms.
  • Operate OEC c-arm during procedures.
  • Experience in the operating room with C-Arm (OEC 98, 99).
  • Trained on the GE OEC 9900 elite model C-arm.
  • Seasoned in G.E., Phillips, Siemens, OEC, Toshiba and Fugi Systems.
  • Performed diagnostic radiography using GE x-ray and digital fluoro, OEC C-arms in surgery.
  • Circulate procedure room during cases to provide case equipment and operate [ ] OEC.
  • Experience with Siemens Carestream digital equipment and portable machine, OEC C-Arm.
  • worked on GE x-ray systems CR and film and OEC GE C-arms including the mini GE C-arm.
  • Have worked with Zeihm, OEC 9800, OEC 9900, and mini C-arm.
  • Performed all aspects of operating room radiographic procedures, to include angiography with OEC C-arm.
  • Provide Physician with appropriate images/runs using roadmap, digital spot or fluoroscopy on OEC monitor.
  • Experience working with Konica CR, Digital, OEC 9800 C-arm and PACS.
  • X-Ray Tech performing OR cases with OEC-9900 Excellent Direct and Indirect Patient Care PACs

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35. Kodak
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Here's how Kodak is used in Radiologic Technician jobs:
  • Obtained skills in digital radiography and computed radiography using the Kodak operating system.
  • Skilled in PACS, Opal Rad, Kodak and Fuji systems.
  • Utilized AGFA, FUJI, and Kodak digital film processors.
  • Work with CR/ DR imaging on Kodak system.
  • Gained basic knowledge of the Kodak imaging software.
  • Experience with Kodak direct view CR systems.
  • Experience with Fuji and Kodak film systems
  • Operated Kodak CR equipment systems.
  • Work with Kodak PACS system.
  • Used Kodak digital imaging system.
  • Process film using a Kodak, Industrex, Model B 2000 automatic film processor.
  • Demonstrated expertise in the use of Fuji, Kodak and, Agfa systems.
  • Performed all diagnostic radiographic studies and daily QA of Kodak system processors.
  • Work with CR kodak system and use all manual technique.
  • Worked with GE, Kodak, Shimadshu equipment.
  • General Xray, Urgent Care, Out Patient Equipment: Kodak CR, G.E., McKesson, Imagecast Travel Assignment
  • Experienced in providing excellent patient care Worked with various radiographic equipment such as Toshiba, Kodak etc.
  • Experience with Hitachi, GE, Hologic, Kodak, Fuji, and Eclos equipment.
  • Experience with CR system (Kodak) DEXA-Bone Density scan Assist Radiologists in Fluoroscopic Examinations
  • Produced diagnostic radiographs Assisted radiologist with fluoroscopic procedures GE XR/d and Precision 500D equipment Kodak Direct View CR and Long-Length Imaging Systems/PACS

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36. IV
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Here's how IV is used in Radiologic Technician jobs:
  • Perform administrative duties and quality assurance to facilitate patients and ensure record accuracy.
  • Organized and delegated a shift of multiple coworkers while monitoring quality and productivity.
  • Managed eight staff members delivering quality imaging to 90,000 enrolled beneficiaries.
  • Developed professionalism and exceptional patient-caregiver relationships in a mobile setting.
  • Ensured patient safety by utilizing protective lead devices.
  • Hired and trained for 2 weeks, decided to leave position after father was diagnosed with aggressive terminal cancer.
  • Complete x-ray procedures in diverse settings: patient homes, nursing homes, correctional facilities.
  • Receive patients and explain method of procedures.
  • Lead technologist, fluoroscopy division.
  • Work cooperatively with members of the health care team to maintain standards for professional Radiological Technologist practice in the clinical setting.
  • Provided diagnostic quality X-ray examinations, while reducing the amount of radiation exposure to the care receiver in a timely manner.
  • Drive to each facility or private home, ranging in the areas from Vero Beach to South Beach Miami.
  • Provide fixed, portable, intraoperative and mortuary imaging for the 23,140 military assigned and affiliated members.
  • Use beam-restrictive devices and patient-shielding techniques to minimize radiation exposure to patient and staff.
  • Visited Assisted Living Facilities with medical orders to perform volumes of x-rays 3.
  • Assist MRI Tech with contrast machine and making sure patients have an IV.
  • Drive a van to several nursing homes and rehabilitation centers throughout Greenville.
  • Input all information received into the Cerner database software that was used.
  • Identified and researched protective equipment for radiologic examinations reducing ionizing radiation exposer to patients and staff.
  • Assisted in surgical procedures -Assisted fluoroscopy imaging -Assisted in inpatient and outpatient x-ray procedures -Assisted in special evasive procedures

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37. Philips
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Here's how Philips is used in Radiologic Technician jobs:
  • Experienced with Philips Digital Diagnostic Imaging System.
  • Gained experience utilizing DR-Philips equipment.
  • Performed various X-Ray (Philips & GE), procedures and mobile radiography (GE) exams.
  • Run CT exams on 6 slice Philips for head, thorax, abdomen and pelvis.
  • Utilized GE and Philips equipment in DR and CR.
  • Performed MRI examinations on a Philips 1.5 Tesla scanner.
  • Operated Philips x-ray machine, Siemens CT machine.
  • Operated Siemens and Philips X-ray and fluoroscopic equipment.
  • Have worked with Philips sixty-four slice CT scanner.
  • Experience in operating Philips and GE C-Arm machines.
  • Operate Equipment manufactured by Siemens and Philips.
  • Computed Tomography scanning using Philips Tomoscan helical CT scanner.
  • Operated on (DR) Philips, Siemens and Carestream exam rooms and (DR) GE portable units.
  • Used Philips digital fluoro, Philips radiography equipment, GE portables, and OEC C-arms in surgery.
  • Trained as a Superuser in RIS(Radnet) and Philips PACS.
  • Operated Philips, GE equipment, and Carestream portable units.
  • Operate Philips 256 slice scanner occassionally.
  • Experience with all radiographic equipment including CR and DR technology, Kodak, Siemens, Philips, C-arm and GE portables.
  • Experienced with Digital Imaging, Philips iSite Superuser, GE IDX Centricity SuperUser, and Vista SuperUser.
  • Film and Film Processors, Fluoroscopy C-Arm, Philips BV Pulsera Microsoft Office

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38. Medical Records
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Here's how Medical Records is used in Radiologic Technician jobs:
  • Maintain front desk responsibilities including patient check-in, insurance verification, and medical records.
  • Greet patients, register them by entering demographics into electronic medical records system.
  • Record information in electronic medical records.
  • Experience with electronic medical records.
  • Experience using Electronic Medical Records.
  • Record patients' medical history, vital statistics, or information such as test results in medical records.
  • Recorded patients' medical history, vitals and state of mind in medical records under supervision.
  • Finalized charts and maintained the medical records and prepared them for each day's activity.
  • Reviewed medical records for the processing of over 700 reservists ensuring medical readiness for deployment.
  • Maintain and recall patient medical records using LMR, AMICAS, Synapse and Shields MRI.
  • Maintain medical records and ensure delivery of images for remote reading by radiologist.
  • Create and file medical records, patient care partner.
  • Worked in medical records and assisted with patient transport.
  • Completed paperwork as needed for medical records and billing.
  • Assure proper storage of x-ray films and medical records.
  • Maintained medical records and charting.
  • Mastered radiology/hospital information systems (scheduling/registration/admitting medical records).
  • Managed various general office duties such as answering multiple telephone lines, scheduling appointments, and processing medical records requests..
  • Triaged and assessed patients, performed vital signs, filed and maintained patient radiology medical records.
  • File radiographic reports in medical records.

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39. Arrt
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Here's how Arrt is used in Radiologic Technician jobs:
  • Communicate effectively to maintain the ethical and professional standards as defined by the ASRT and ARRT Code of Ethics.
  • License and Accreditation: ARRT, BLS, State of Wisconsin licensed Radiographer
  • License and Certifications ARRT 382111 Feb 2015 Louisiana 8502 05-31-2015 Texas 105188 02-28-2015
  • Gained additional competencies and finished requirements for ARRT to take the registry.
  • Achieved a score of 97 on the ARRT Registry Examination.
  • Received ARRT registry while in the military.
  • Certified by the ARRT, BLS training.
  • Registered nationally as a radiologic technologist; ARRT certified.
  • Worked as an ARRT certified third shift charge radiologic technologist in the 60 bed emergency department at Winchester Medical Center.
  • Maintain Department of Health, CPR, and ARRT licensing for all of the positions listed above
  • Completed all didactic and clinical competencies to register for the ARRT Radiologic Technologist Exam April 2016.
  • State:New Mexico Healthcare Services This is my clinical experience that is required by ARRT.
  • Level 1 Radiologic Technologist with valid ARRT License and Level 1 Trauma experience.
  • Level 1 Radiologic Technologist with valid 2016 ARRT, Current Indiana State License.
  • communicate findings with Radiologist Skills Used ARRT RT (R)
  • Scheduled to take ARRT examination in October, 2012
  • License / Certification ARRT, CRT, California - Fluoroscopy, BCLS, and Washington State license - RT 60618115.
  • Certified Radiologic Technologist (RT) by ARRT Certified in Current Basic Life Support (BLS) for healthcare providers
  • Experience at a Level One Trauma Center * Experience with Computed Radiography and PACS * Licensed by ARRT and IEMA
  • Related Skills: ARRT Registry 2011 - present CPR 2011 - present

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40. Exam Rooms
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Here's how Exam Rooms is used in Radiologic Technician jobs:
  • Assisted Emergency Department X-ray staff with patient retrieval, while verifying patient information accuracy and prepping exam rooms for routine procedures.
  • Assisted in quarterly inspections of protective work gear and exam rooms to ensure safety requirements were met.
  • Ensured the cleanliness, sanitation and maintenance of all facilities, exam rooms and equipment.
  • Prepared the exam rooms using aseptic technique to ensure quality patient care standards were maintained.
  • Prepared exam rooms, set up equipment and appropriate supplies for various fluoroscopic exams.
  • Recorded patients' medical history, vital signs and escorted patients to exam rooms.
  • Worked directly with the Emergency Room physicians by assisting in the exam rooms.
  • Maintain cleanliness and safety of equipment, exam rooms and work areas.
  • Organized and prepared exam rooms to ensure all equipment was readily available.
  • Prepare exam rooms, obtain patient's history and explain exam procedure.
  • Maintained supplies, prepares exam rooms, and maintains cleanliness.
  • Prepared equipment and exam rooms for patients; stocked supplies
  • Oversee weekly Quality Assurance checks in radiology exam rooms.
  • Clean and prepare exam rooms open and close clinic.
  • Prepared exam rooms and prepped patients for various procedures.
  • Restock exam rooms with necessary supplies.
  • Maintain and prep exam rooms.
  • Stock all the patient exam rooms
  • Maintain quality assurance of radiology equipment, stocking exam rooms, and decontaminating equipment.
  • Clean and stock the exam rooms Practice sterlie technique and isolation procedures.

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41. Diagnostic Exams
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Here's how Diagnostic Exams is used in Radiologic Technician jobs:
  • Perform portable radiography, diagnostic exams, C-arm, and fluoroscopic procedures under supervision from registered radiology technologists.
  • Performed diagnostic exams and assisted the radiologist with specialized fluoroscopic procedures at the main medical center.
  • Performed routine diagnostic exams in both a general diagnostic and emergency setting.
  • Achieved diagnostic exams with accurate positioning of desired anatomy.
  • Performed diagnostic exams in radiology department.
  • Worked in various areas, such as surgery, routine diagnostic exams, emergency room, fluoroscopic exams.
  • Perform and assist in a wide variety of diagnostic exams, excelling in surgical exams including vascular surgery.
  • Operate x-ray equipment in the performance of diagnostic exams, prepare procedure room, equipment and supplies.
  • Collaborated with physicians and nurses to conduct vascular, fluoroscopic, and diagnostic exams.
  • Performed a variety of diagnostic exams utilizing CT, MRI, and CR.
  • Trained and taught Limited Scope Technologists to perform mobile x-ray diagnostic exams.
  • Perform diagnostic exams using CR, DR and fluoroscopic equipment.
  • Complete diagnostic exams in a professional and timely manner.
  • Perform all routine diagnostic exams according to protocol.
  • Conduct and present diagnostic exams to radiologists.
  • Performed Diagnostic exams on patients.
  • Performed all diagnostic exams and fluoro procedures on pediatrics of all ages as required by the department.
  • Sun City, AZ I was responsible for performing a wide variation of diagnostic exams.
  • Experience working independently on analog and GE 2D digital mammography for screening and diagnostic exams.
  • Performed basic diagnostic exams, fluoroscopy exams and surgical procedures MEDITECH and Mckesson PACS

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42. IVP
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Here's how IVP is used in Radiologic Technician jobs:
  • Administered contrast for IVP studies and other fluoroscopic studies, c-arm was operated in the operating room.
  • Produced OR, portable, IVP, fluoroscopic and general diagnostic x-rays for diverse patient caseload.
  • Observed and helped perform different procedures in OR, IVP, CT and MRI.
  • Performed routine and advanced diagnostic imaging: IVP's, GI and portables
  • Perform basic including IVP procedures for patients.
  • Utilized tomographic equipment for IVP exams.
  • Assisted patients With preparation for X-ray SPECICAL SKILLS: Mammogram, UGI, LGI, SMS, IVP AND C-ARM
  • General Radiology Technician Assisted technician performing Contrast Studies: IVP, BE, Esophagus, and Upper and Lower GI.
  • Skilled in emergency situations, trauma, surgery, fluoroscopy, and IVP.
  • General X-ray exams, Fluoroscopic procedures, and IVPs.
  • Lower & Upper GI's, IVP's, Post reduction x-rays, and angiograms.
  • Performed routine and specialized x-ray exams including Fluoroscopy Procedures (UGI, BE, Arthrograms, IVP, etc.)
  • Adjusted controls and implemented diagnostic radiologic studies including fluoroscopic procedures, c-arm studies in the OR and IVPs.
  • Worked closely with the radiologist assisting in arthrograms, myelograms, spine injections, and IVP's.
  • Completed Dysphagia evaluation with speech therapist in radiology department * Executed IVP setup and completion of study.
  • Studied small bowel, barium enema, and Intravenous Pyelogram (IVP) examinations under fluoroscopy.
  • Perform plain film radiographic studies, fluoroscopic studies, and IVPs on outpatients
  • Take radiographs of patients ordered by physician including IVPs.
  • Prepare and perform fluoroscopy procedures as ordered, to include UGI, SBFT, Barium Enemas, IVPs, Arthrograms.
  • General radiographic exams, IVP's, fluoroscopy, portable studies and some interventional procedures (venograms, myelograms, etc.

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43. Portable Exams
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Here's how Portable Exams is used in Radiologic Technician jobs:
  • Operated equipment by adjusting radiation exposure in portable exams.
  • Performed daily routine portable exams hospital-wide.
  • Frequent inpatient and outpatient procedures on all ages of patients in addition to portable exams on and off site.
  • Performed Radiography exams, Computed Tomography exams, surgical, OR, in-patient exams, portable exams
  • Perform portable exams in patient rooms and emergency room.
  • Performed routine portable exams using the AMX3 or AMX4.
  • Performed all portable exams for critical care units.
  • Performed portable exams in E.R.
  • Serve Cleveland Clinic Foundation as travel radiology tech Initiate emergency, routine and portable exams
  • Participate in emergency room exams Initiate various routine and portable exams
  • Performed portable exams and assisted in fluoroscopy procedures.
  • Participate in E.R., routine and portable exams Worked at Beech Grove, IN as a travel radiology tech
  • Performed radiology procedures in the emergency room, operating room, portable exams, and out-patient imaging.
  • Perform Fluoroscopy, Special Procedures, OR, ER, ICU, Floor patients and portable exams.
  • Performed 25-40 xray exams in E.D., Operating Room and portable exams.
  • Performed diagnostic imaging, portable exams, Fluoroscopy and c-arm experience.
  • Utilized extensive techinical skills to -obtain diagnostic x-ray, CT Scan ( including CTA post processing) and portable exams.
  • Performed mammography, CT scans, fluoroscopy, dexa, C-arm, portable exams, and general radiology procedures.
  • Shared employed for Tenet) Responsible for diagnostic radiography, fluoroscopy and portable exams.
  • Perform diagnostic exams Perform fluoroscopic exams Portable exams Assisted physician in OR using a C-arm Super user/troubleshooter Trainer Mentor students

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44. Exposure Factors
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Here's how Exposure Factors is used in Radiologic Technician jobs:
  • Developed critical thinking skills -Trained to obtain optimal images -Effective communication and patient care skills -Utilize proper exposure factors and radiation protection
  • Calculate proper exposure factors to achieve optimum image quality.
  • Explained procedure and positioned patient for x-ray; adjusted restriction devices, moved and adjusted equipment to set exposure factors.
  • Determine exposure factors based on height, weight, portion of body involved, and degree of penetration required.
  • Supervised and trained student technologists in all aspects of equipment, exposure factors, and proper positioning.
  • Establish exposure factors to get best imaging for the individual patients; perform radiation safety for patients.
  • Minimized radiation to patient and staff by practicing radiation protection techniques and knowledge of exposure factors.
  • Establish exposure factors to capture best images while maintaining radiation dosage as low as possible.
  • Determined proper exposure factors required for exams as manual techniques were required by the equipment.
  • Position x-ray equipment and select proper exposure factors based on each individual patient.
  • Apply correct exposure factors to obtain optimum image quality.
  • Adjust exposure factors in case of repeat.
  • Established exposure factors and adjusted equipment parameters based on patient physical differences to obtain best results of requested procedures.
  • Calculated exposure factors and compensated when necessary and evaluated radiographs for technical quality.
  • Performed radiographic images utilizing appropriate exposure factors.
  • Practiced correct radiation protection, shielding and collimating and proper exposure factors on patients.
  • Control exposure factors to obtain optimal radiographs while maintaining ALARA principles.
  • Work closely with radiologists; set exposure factors for radiographs.
  • Use radiographic equipment controls to set exposure factors.
  • Completed routine radiography and fluoroscopy examinations Gained knowledge in safety procedures, exposure factors, darkroom and daylight developing systems

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45. Position Patients
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Here's how Position Patients is used in Radiologic Technician jobs:
  • Followed physician's instructions, prepared and operated equipment, position patients correctly and effectively recorded the requested diagnostic images.
  • Position patients for optimal comfort before exposures.
  • Position patients for x-ray procedures on x-ray table by physically lifting and placing patients on table with co-worker assistance as required.
  • Prepare patients for X-Ray exams and position patients based on the type of procedure(s) to be performed.
  • Explain procedures, transfer patients to table, position patients and assist patient at end of procedure.
  • Preformed x-rays according to departmental protocol and position patients to achieve best images possible.
  • Prepared radiography equipment, position patients, and obtain optimal images for diagnosis.
  • Position patients on exam table, set up and adjust equipment.
  • Used knowledge of anatomy to position patients for acute diagnostics.
  • Position patients of each anatomical view for optimal results.
  • Prepare and position patients for testing.
  • Position patients while exercising patient care.
  • Position patients for imaging exams.
  • Prepare and position patients for radiographic procedures.
  • Position patients for specific radiographs.
  • Perform radiographic examinations using special low dose techniques, position patients, select and set technical factors and adjust equipment parameters.
  • Position patients, imaging equipment and adjust controls to produce high quality diagnostic radiographs.
  • Prepare and position patients of all ages for plain radiographs and fluoroscopic procedures.
  • Prepared and position patients, expose, and develop radiographic films.
  • X-ray, position patients, calculate and ap ply proper contrast density techniques and collimation for adequate images.

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46. Diagnostic Purposes
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Here's how Diagnostic Purposes is used in Radiologic Technician jobs:
  • Reviewed and evaluate developed x-rays and computer generated information to determine if images are acceptable for diagnostic purposes.
  • Reviewed and evaluated developed X-Rays to determine if images were satisfactory for diagnostic purposes.
  • Evaluate x-ray information to determine if images are satisfactory for diagnostic purposes.
  • Reviewed and evaluated developed x-rays for diagnostic purposes.
  • Performed fluoroscopic screen for diagnostic purposes.
  • Review and evaluate images to determine they are satisfactory for diagnostic purposes and maintain patient data and treatment records.
  • Review and evaluate images to determine if they are satisfactory for diagnostic purposes.
  • Review and evaluate developed x-rays, video tape, or computer-generated information to determine if images are satisfactory for diagnostic purposes.
  • Prepared patients for radiology examinations and explained procedures to patients Performed fluoroscopic screen for diagnostic purposes.
  • Produced radiographs of various anatomical parts for diagnostic purposes as directed by the radiologist.
  • Review and evaluate digital radiographs to determine image quality for diagnostic purposes.
  • Obtain radiographic images of patients in surgery, in the patient s hospital rooms or in the x-ray department for diagnostic purposes
  • Produce images in X-Ray with Fixed and Mobile Produce images in CT for medical diagnostic purposes.
  • Perform Fluoroscopy cases within the department for diagnostic purposes.
  • Operated radiologic equipment to produce radiographs of body for diagnostic purposes, as directed by radiologist.
  • Operated radiologic equipment to produce radiographs for diagnostic purposes.
  • Use ionizing radiation for diagnostic purposes Experience in data management with PACS and RIS programs Proficient in all aspects of patient care
  • Provided radiographic films for diagnostic purposes, Conducted quality drug screen collections, while demonstrating exemplary patient care skills.
  • Train to operate radiologic imaging equipment to produce images of the body for diagnostic purposes.
  • Served as a Radiologic Technologist in charge of producing radiographs for diagnostic purposes.

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47. Agfa
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Here's how Agfa is used in Radiologic Technician jobs:
  • Skilled in the operation of GE and C-arm equipment, GE AMX Portables, The AGFA and Fuji Imaging Systems.
  • Led the implementation of a new AGFA CR-30X Digital X-Ray System from a conventional Film-Screen X-Ray System.
  • Assigned PACS administrator for the clinic (AGFA).
  • Develop x-ray images using digital AGFA equipment.
  • Experience with AGFA and GE equipment.
  • Skilled with Windows, PACS systems, GE software, and AGFA software.
  • Mastered radiology/hospital information systems including Image Cast and Agfa.
  • Worked on various brands of imaging equipment, such as GE, Siemens, Kodak, CareStream, AGFA and Shimadzu.
  • Have worked with Agfa, Fiji, and software related to radiology procedures.
  • Processed images using Agfa CR equipment.
  • Assist in training of new Radiology students * Mastered radiology/hospital information systems including iSite, IDX, and Agfa.
  • Worked with AGFA digital x-ray systems, Stentor/Phillips PACS systems and Centricity RIS systems.
  • Experienced with Siemen s, GE, Phillip s, AGFA and Ysio equipment.
  • Experience with Siemens, Philips, Carestream and GE equipment; Fuji Pacs, Agfa CR software and Fuji digital systems.
  • Obtain patient history Administrative duties Experience with RIS, Agfa CR Processor, PACS, Phillips CT Scanner, and Phillips CR
  • Worked with PACS, EPIC, CR and DR workstations including Agfa, Kodak, Phillips, Carestream, and Konica
  • Skilled at utilizing computer radiography systems for patient examinations * Operated GE, Shimatzu and Agfa units.
  • Trained in use of Imagecast, Impax, Star Panel, AGFA, Hologic,
  • Create high quality diagnostic radiographs using Canon digital radiography, Agfa computed radiography, Siemens fluoroscopy and GE OEC fluoroscopy equipment.
  • Worked with Agfa xray equipment Worked Front desk and checked insurances Did splinting and bracing

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48. EMR
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Here's how EMR is used in Radiologic Technician jobs:
  • Assist nurses with the triage process by obtain medical history, vital signs and record information in the EMR system.
  • Project Manager for the implementation Electronic Medical Records system for practice including physician and employee training on EMR system.
  • Check patients in, collect insurance information, answer incoming phone calls and update patient EMR.
  • Record patients' thorough medical history, vitals and test results in EMR.
  • Entered orders into the EMR system efficiently and without errors.
  • Experienced with PACS and familiar with EMR systems.
  • Assisted in maintaining patient EMR's.
  • Manage and update Allscripts EMR nursing templates and shortlist to ensure efficiency and proficiency in patient documentation.
  • Check in/out all patients using IMS and EMR, including insurance verifications.
  • Initiated education and training for transition to paperless EMR system.
  • Trained in use of greenway EMR/HER.
  • Use of Meditech EMR Application.
  • Answer multi-line telephones, check in and out patients, and verify insurance, record medical history through NexGen EMR/EHR.
  • Trained current employees how to effectively use some of tools available on our EMR system...Phoenix.
  • Mastered radiology/hospital information systems including IDX, PACS, I-Suite and I-Site, Centricity EMR and EPIC.
  • Capture inventory supply charges within Qsight and knowledge of Cerner EMR.
  • Mastered EMR systems Athena, Greenway and eClinical Works.
  • Produced diagnostic radiographs Kodak Direct View CR and Long- Length Imaging Systems/PACS Proficient with Mini C-Arm Misys EMR
  • provide xrays for multiple providers provides excellent patient care familiar with CR, and DR EMR
  • Produced diagnostic radiographs eClinicalworks EMR Viztek CR/PACS and Fuji CR with Stryker PACS

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49. CPR
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  • Assist in the ER when cardiac emergencies arrive, perform CPR, perform emergency chest x-rays, or trauma x-rays.
  • Experience with Microsoft Office Professional, Vista, CPRS and CPRS Imaging, as well as ISITE.
  • Registered Technologist (ARRT), BSRT, Texas Department of Health, CPR certified.
  • Respond to emergencies, initiates code procedures, and administers first aid and CPR.
  • Trained in EKG, CPR, and other technologies to assist in patient care.
  • Maintain state license, ASRT requirements, ARRT requirement, and CPR certification.
  • Keep all continuing education and CPR training current and up to date.
  • Maintained all confidential patient files, licensing and CPR compliance records.
  • Received Outstanding Unit award and certification in First Aid and CPR.
  • Registered Technologist (ARRT), BSRT, CPR certified.
  • Have performed CPR on patients in the resuscitation bays.
  • Staff and Lead Technologist CPR Certified
  • Assisted in emergency care for patients (CPR) Assisted the front office staff with scheduling appointments for patients.
  • Perform MRI and x-ray procedures for multi-location imaging group * CPR Certified * PACS * Preparing for MRI Registry
  • Perform & close exams Up to date with CE Credits & NYS License CPR Certified
  • Obtained venipuncture certifications, CPR and annual shots are current.
  • Experience with CR fixed and portable GE equipment; DR fixed and portable Siemens equipment Current CPR; BLS Healthcare Provider Training
  • maintain the health, welfare, and safety of patients by utilizing ALARA * certified in CPR, First-Aid
  • Experience in Pediatric Imaging procedures CPR Certified Working Knowledge of Siemens and GE Systems
  • Anticipated graduation August 2016 CPR Certified Customer Service Professional Experience: Ann Taylor, Peachtree City, Ga 2013-Present

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50. Ensure Safety
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Here's how Ensure Safety is used in Radiologic Technician jobs:
  • Prepared patients for radiology examination and explained procedures to patients to ensure safety and comfort during scan.
  • Take accurate patient histories and explain procedure to ensure safety and comfort during examinations.
  • Administer proper doses of ionic radiation to patients to ensure safety and accuracy
  • Comply with government regulations to ensure safety.
  • Use safety measures and protection devices to ensure safety and comfort during exam for both patients and staff.
  • Interact with patients, providers and staff in a professional and courteous manner to ensure safety for patients.
  • Observe patients to ensure safety and comfort during procedures while also educating patient about the procedure being performed.
  • Work in conjunction with the Radiologist to ensure safety metrics are met and patients receive safe care.
  • Provide good patient care by explaining procedures and observing to ensure safety and comfort during exam.
  • Access patient condition, to ensure safety through proper use of immobilization and support devices.
  • Operate and oversee operation of imaging equipment to ensure safety and good diagnostic images.
  • Use radiation safety and protection devices to ensure safety of patients and staff.
  • Obtain patient history prior to MRI exam to ensure safety from magnet.
  • Work as safety champion to ensure safety for all staff and patients.
  • Comply with government regulations to ensure safety of patients and staff.
  • Explain procedures and observe patients to ensure safety and comfort during scan
  • Explain procedures and observe patients to ensure safety during their exam.
  • Explained procedures and observed patients to ensure safety and comfort fluoroscopy exams.
  • Use radiation safety measures and protection devices to comply with government regulations and to ensure safety of patients and staff.
  • Conformed to radiation protection regulations to ensure safety of patients and coworkers.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Radiologic Technician

Radiology

19.9%

Fluoroscopic Procedures

11.4%

Patient Care

11.0%

General Radiography

7.2%

C-Arm

6.6%

Emergency Room

5.8%

Pacs

5.1%

Trauma

4.8%

Radiographic Exams

4.5%

X-Ray Equipment

3.4%

Surgery

3.3%

CR

3.0%

Radiation Safety

2.3%

EKG

2.0%

Quality Images

1.9%

Diagnostic Mammography

1.8%

High Quality

1.7%

Bone Density

1.5%

MRI

1.5%

Fluoroscopy

1.3%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Radiologic Technician

Rank Skill
1 Radiology 16.3%
2 Fluoroscopic Procedures 9.3%
3 Patient Care 9.0%
4 General Radiography 5.9%
5 C-Arm 5.4%
6 Emergency Room 4.7%
7 Pacs 4.2%
8 Trauma 3.9%
9 Radiographic Exams 3.7%
10 X-Ray Equipment 2.8%
11 Surgery 2.7%
12 CR 2.5%
13 Radiation Safety 1.9%
14 EKG 1.7%
15 Quality Images 1.5%
16 Diagnostic Mammography 1.5%
17 High Quality 1.4%
18 Bone Density 1.3%
19 MRI 1.2%
20 Fluoroscopy 1.1%
21 ICU 1.0%
22 Digital X-Rays 1.0%
23 Tomography 0.9%
24 Pain Management 0.9%
25 Alara 0.8%
26 Dexa 0.8%
27 Vital Signs 0.8%
28 Fuji 0.8%
29 RIS 0.8%
30 Diverse Caseload 0.7%
31 Surgical Procedures 0.7%
32 Digital Radiography 0.7%
33 GI 0.6%
34 OEC 0.6%
35 Kodak 0.6%
36 IV 0.6%
37 Philips 0.5%
38 Medical Records 0.5%
39 Arrt 0.5%
40 Exam Rooms 0.5%
41 Diagnostic Exams 0.5%
42 IVP 0.4%
43 Portable Exams 0.4%
44 Exposure Factors 0.4%
45 Position Patients 0.4%
46 Diagnostic Purposes 0.4%
47 Agfa 0.4%
48 EMR 0.4%
49 CPR 0.4%
50 Ensure Safety 0.4%
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