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Introduction to Medical Imaging

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MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 520 MB | Duration: 4h 10mYour guide to the history, science, math, and economics of medical imaging systems (e.g., X-ray, CT, MRI, Ultrasound)
What you'll learn​



Master the fundamentals of medical imaging systems
List common uses of x-ray, CT, MRI ultrasound, and photoacoustic imaging
Know the primary advantages and disadvantages of each method
Understand the comparative costs
Look at any medical image and determine if it was created using one methods covered in class
Excel in academic, medical, and/or clinical programs requiring this basic knowledge

Requirements
A basic math and science background would be helpful.
Familiarity with introductory physics, chemistry, trigonometry, and algebra would make some elements of this course more enjoyable. However, no experience with one or more of these subjects should not be a deterrent.
Description
Introduction to Medical Imaging is both a beginner's guide and an expert's cheat sheet to the history, science, math, and economics of medical imaging systems. The course will cover common imaging methods used in hospitals today -- i.e., x-ray, CT, MRI, and ultrasound -- as well as discuss emerging techniques, such as photoacoustic imaging. The basic principles, instrumentation, and applications of each imaging modality will be presented with interactive lectures and comprehensive quizzes from an enthusiastic and knowledgeable instructor. Assignments will test theoretical knowledge and demonstrate practical applications. The course will take approximately 5 hours to complete. Upon completion, you will command respect from your healthcare provider as a knowledgeable patron of medical imaging procedures.

Who this course is for:
This course provides a general overview for students not familiar with medical imaging, as well as students who need a refresher.
Pre-Medical Students
Medical Students
Nursing Students
Grad Students embarking upon imaging research
Undergraduates thinking about joining an imaging lab
High School Students (advanced) desiring to connect basic math and science courses to real-world applications
Healthcare Professionals who want to appear knowledgeable to their patients
Engineering Professionals and Technicians seeking a general overview of medical imaging systems
None of the above, but you or someone you know previously had or will have an ultrasound, x-ray, CT, or MRI, and you have a genuine interest in learning what happens to the human body during one or more of these procedures
Note: This course is not for you if you are an expert in medical imaging, seeking to learn novel imaging theories and/or obtain an exhaustive list of current and potential clinical applications.


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