Radiologic Technologist Assessment

  • $10.00

A Radiologic Technologist performs diagnostic medical imaging examinations on patients. In order to do this capably and safely, the Radiologic Technologist must have knowledge, experience and skills in the areas of patient care and management, equipment maintenance and operation, radiographic procedures, radiation protection, and image production and evaluation. This assessment is appropriate to administer to Radiologic Technologists with a year or more experience.

Assessments for Medical Office Personnel Skills, Medical Spelling and Medical Assistant are also available.

Number of questions 36
Test format Multiple-Choice
Time to complete Varies by skill
Topics covered Image Production and Evaluation
Patient Care and Management
Radiographic Procedures
Tasks tested Abdomen Film
Anode Heel Effect
Chest Bucky
Controlling Patient Motion
Correcting Over-Penetrated Film
Demonstrate the Sacroiliac Joints
Demonstrate the Sternum
Difficulty Viewing Odontoid Process
Ethics and Responsibility
Exam Documentation
Exam Scheduling
Film Quality Assurance
Fluoroscopy Considerations
Handling a Potentially Pregnant Patients
Imaging Difficult Patients
Imaging Trauma Patients
KUB Film with Wrong Grid
Lateral View of the Hip
Manipulating Image Contrast
Moving a Patient
Optimal Portable Chest X-ray
Patient Identification
Patient Protection
Patient Refusal
Patients Waiting
Pediatric Bone Age Study
Positioning and Patient Instruction
Reduced Radiation Dose
Reducing Patient Motion
Reducing Repeat Exposures
Understanding Reasons Behind Repeat Films
Understanding the Reasons Behind Different Radiographic Examinations
Uniformly Gray Film
Using Air in a Barium Enema
Using Contrast Media
Working with Image Density
Supported languages ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ English (en_US)