Despite the technological advancements in medical imaging, the chest X-Ray remains the most frequently requested radiological investigation, and one of, if not the most difficult to interpret correctly. This course provides a comprehensive review of the fundamental principles in chest X-Ray interpretation and reporting in commonly encountered clinical settings.
Modules are viewable for 6 times and will expire in 60 days.
|1: Introduction, Techniques and Technical Adequacy|
|2: CXR Terminology|
|3: Tubes and lines|
|4: Cardiomediastinal Contours|
|5: Hila and Pleura|
|6: Airways and Lungs|
|7: Bones and Soft Tissues|
|8: Review Areas and Image Comparison|
Interns, General practitioners, Physicians, Registrars, House officers, Radiographers, Physiotherapists.
Australian Society of Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy: 3.125 CPD points/hour (Self Directed Learning)
Australian College of Emergency Medicine: 6 hours
Royal Australasian College of Surgeons: Maintenance of Clinical Knowledge & Skills - 6 hours
Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine: 30 PRPD + 30 Radiology MOPS, ACRRM ID: 6937.
College of Intensive Care Medicine: Category 1A: Passive Self Learning, 1 point per hour
Australian & New Zealand College of Anaesthetists: Category: Knowledge and Skills - 1 credit per hour
The Royal College of Radiologists (UK): Pending reapproval (previously 6 CPD points)
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X-Ray - Chest Interpretation Online