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Practical Paediatric Radiography

  • ID: 4486771
  • Book
  • November 2019
  • 176 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Children account for approximately 35% of imaging cases in hospitals. Paediatric radiography has idiosyncratic differences from adult imaging and presents the practitioner with complex challenges. These challenges need addressing quickly so that the patient doesn t encounter further stress. This book is written at the suggestion of the authors students and colleagues and is intended as a ready–reference for the radiographer encountering children in the radiology department, be it in a district general hospital or a specialist paediatric unit.
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Ch 1 The Paediatric Patient.

Ch 2 Distraction Techniques.

Ch 3 Radiation Protection.

Ch 4 Accessories.

Ch 5 Parents and What to do With Them.

Ch 6 LMP The Pregnancy Question.

Ch 7 Neck including Airway.

Ch 8 Paediatric Chest and Thorax Radiography.

Ch 9 Paediatric Abdomen.

Ch 10 Demonstration of Foreign Bodies.

Ch 11 Skull and Facial Bones.

Ch 12 Mandibular and Dental Radiography.

Ch 13 Spines.

Ch 14 Pelvis.

Ch 15 Lower Extremity.

Ch 16 Shoulder Girdle.

Ch 17 Upper Extremity.

Ch 18 Trauma.

Ch 19 Portable Radiography.

Ch 20 Theatre Radiography.

Ch 21 Fluoroscopy Examinations.

Ch 22 CT Scanning.

Ch 23 MRI Scanning.

Ch 24 Ultrasound.

Ch 25 Nuclear Medicine.

Ch 26 Bone Densitometry.

Ch 27 Skeletal Surveys.

Ch 28 Lines, Probes, Tubes, Stents and Pumps.


Appendix 1 Relationship of patient to beam direction.

Appendix 2 Positioning of Patients.

Appendix 3 Radiographic Terminology.

Appendix 4 Anatomical Terms

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Ruth Emanuel
Kate Parkes
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