This course is a continuation of DMI 131 and includes radiographic terminology and positioning techniques of the humerus, shoulder girdle, femur, pelvic girdle and spine. Students will continue to learn positioning skills in order to radiograph the skeletal anatomy and physiologic systems of the human body. This includes an introduction to fluoroscopic procedures. In laboratory sessions, students will apply materials presented in lecture and practice the skills necessary for Clinical Objective Evaluations (COE). Patient care topics will include surgical asepsis, venipuncture, pharmacology, medical emergencies, and culturally diverse communication skills.
DMI 132 - Patient Care and Procedures II
Credit Hours: 4
BIOL 109 with a grade of "C" or better
DMI 106, DMI 120, DMI 182 and DMI 197 all with a grade of "C" or better.