With SIMTICS, students can learn and practice a range of radiographic procedures, anytime and anywhere, even when they don’t have access to x-ray equipment in the lab. Our theory and positioning modules give learners a head start in clinical labs and externships, or allow them to refresh their knowledge of a procedure they haven’t had a chance to do for a while.
The SIMTICS Radiography Suite comprises 20 different modules, each of which includes a demonstration video, explanatory text with illustrations, an anatomy section with 2D and 3D images, the simulator with three different scenarios, and at least one quiz.
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This module provides a thorough introduction to basic radiographic techniques, and demonstrates how to set up and perform an X-ray procedure.
This module teaches you how to prepare for, set up, and obtain non-routine radiographic projections of the chest, bony thorax, upper airway/soft tissue of the neck, upper extremities and shoulder girdle.
This module teaches you about pharmacology and the role of the radiologic technologist in administering drugs for radiologic procedures
This module demonstrates how to set up for and obtain X-rays of the abdomen and pelvis.
This module provides an overview of radiography of the central nervous system, circulatory system, as well as arthrography.
This module teaches you how to prepare for, set up and acquire radiographic projections of the chest, bony thorax and soft tissue of the neck and upper airways.
This module teaches you how to prepare for, set up and obtain radiographs of the lower extremity and hip
This SIMTICS module teaches you how to prepare for, set up, and obtain radiographs of the skull, cranial and facial bones, and paranasal sinuses. Including both practice and test modes, the online simulator features three different patient scenarios.
This module teaches you how to prepare for, set up and obtain radiographic images of the spinal column. Including both practice and test modes, the online procedure simulator offers three different scenarios that might be encountered in a clinical setting.
This module teaches you how to set up for and perform radiography of the upper and lower gastrointestinal systems and biliary tract.
This module teaches you how to prepare for, set up and obtain radiographic projections of the upper extremity and shoulder girdle.
This module teaches you how to prepare for, set up and perform radiography of the urinary and reproductive systems.
This module covers the basic principles of CT, spiral CT and MRI scanning, the differences between them, and advantages of each.
This theory module provides an introduction to computer science, the technology used in radiographic imaging, and the difference between digital imaging and computed radiography.
This theory module provides an introduction to digital image acquisition, display and storage.
This theory module provides an overview of fluoroscopy and interventional radiology.
This module provides an overview of mammography and bone densitometry, enhanced forms of X-ray technology that are used, respectively, to examine breast tissue and measure bone loss.
This theory module provides a thorough introduction to radiographic film and film processing, handling and storage.
This information-rich module teaches you about radiographic image analysis, including how to manage the factors that affect image quality.
This theory module teaches you the key concepts that underpin radiographic imaging such as scatter radiation, exposure, and field size, and the tools and techniques available to create high-quality X-ray images.
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