Taking diagnostic images of your patients can easily be considered an artform. It takes precision, skill and patience to produce clear and precise image results. So, how do we get getter at radiographic positioning? Practice, practice, practice. And also, practice.
IGNITE’s newest course is all about offering veterinarians and veterinary technicians the opportunity to learn more and advance their skills in radiographic positioning.
This 92-minute video course, broken into 57 short videos, covers the thorax, abdomen, skull, spine, rear limbs and front limbs. It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish. However, we recommend you watch the entire video course right away, so you understand everything you need to know to become a pro at taking small animal radiographs today.
You’ll be in great hands with course host, renowned doctor, professor, author and speaker, Dr. Brian Poteet, DVM, Dip.ACVR.
Dr. Brian Poteet received his DVM and MS degrees at Texas A&M University. He completed a three-year radiology residency at the University of Tennessee in 1994. He is board certified by the American College of Veterinary Radiology and the American Board of Science in Nuclear Medicine. He currently is the founder and Managing Director of VitalRads, a veterinary teleradiology company based in Cypress (Houston), Texas. He is also an Associate Professor at Texas A&M University and Adjunct Assistant Professor at St. Matthews University, Grand Cayman, BWI.
Dr. Poteet has authored several scientific journal articles and chapters in textbooks. He has presented at numerous national and international veterinary meetings on topics ranging from ultrasound, radiology interpretation, digital radiography as well as computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging and nuclear medicine.
Advance your radiographic positioning skills and earn 1.5hrs of CE credit along the way.
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