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Did you know?

A radiologist, or also a doctor has completed medical school. So the radiologic technologist (is the term to use for an x-ray technician) is the individual who has been trained at taking all x-rays.

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X-ray technicians, produce X-ray films called (radiographs) to assist in diagnosing medical problems.

They will prepare the patients for radiologic examinations by explaining all the procedures. They also will position the patients so the body part can be X-rayed correctly. Some other duties of the X-ray technicians are to keep patient records and adjust and maintain the equipment.

Hospitals, community colleges, and universities, offer the preferred courses for this profession. Hospitals, employ most X-ray technicians, so they will prefer to employ those with formal training.

X-ray tech training ranges in length from one to four years and leads to a certificate, an Associate degree will usually do or a Bachelor's degree.

Certification, is voluntary, and offered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists. Technologists to be accepted must graduate from an accredited program and pass a tough examination. Many hospitals only hire certified radiographers. To be recertified, you will have to complete 24 hours of continuing education every two years.

X-ray technicians will have to be sensitive to patients' physical needs. They need to be detail oriented, be able and willing to follow instructions and work as a team. Operating this complicated equipment requires mechanical aptitude and manual dexterity.

Full-time X-ray technicians will work about 40 hours a week. You may be required to work evenings, weekends or be available for on-call. There are positions for part-time and shift work is also a good probability.

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