NUM 281◊ Applied Nuclear Medicine Technology IV

2 credits

Last Update Effective: 8/23/15

The last of three supervised clinical experiences provides students with opportunities for practical application of theory and skill to achieve clinical competency in Nuclear Medicine procedures, patient care, instrument quality control, computer analysis and radiopharmacy practices. Positron Emission Tomography (PET), Computed Tomography (CT), pediatric rotations and injection procedures may be completed. The student needs to show proof of Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Provider that is current for the duration of the semester.

Prerequisite: NUM 261
Clinical Laboratory: 4 hours

(course fee required)