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Chest X-Ray / Pain Bone Film Interpretation Workshop with Delwin Jacoby, DNP, APRN

 Export to Your Calendar 9/29/2018
When: Saturday, September 29, 2018
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
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University of Louisville Shelby Campus, Founders Union 6
450 N. Whittington Pkwy( street address)
GPS ADDRESS: 9001 Shelbyville Road
Louisville, Kentucky  40222
United States


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Chest X-Ray / Pain Bone Film Interpretation Workshop with Delwin Jacoby, DNP, APRN

 

Speaker:   Delwin Jacoby , DNP, APRN

 

Venue:  University of Louisville Shelby Campus, Founders Union 6

                450 N. Whittington Pkwy( street address)

                GPS ADDRESS:  9001 Shelbyville Road

                Louisville, ky 40222

 

KBN  (6.0) for workshop

 

Cost:  195.00 for KCNPNM members and 295.00 for non members (box lunch included)

 

Check in: 9:00 am- 9:30 am

Session begins: 9:30 am-12:00pm Chest X-Ray interpretation

                                12-12:30- Lunch

                                12:30- 3:00 pm Plain Bone Film Interpretation

 

 

OBJECTIVES

 

Chest X-Ray

1.      Review the basic physics and historical perspectives associated with radiographic examination.

2.      Identify the 4 basic radiographic densities and their significance.

3.      Discuss the importance of multiple views in radiologic interpretation.

4.      Identify normal radiographic anatomy of the heart.

5.      Interpret common radiographic chest findings encountered in primary care such as lung infiltrates, masses, cardiac enlargement, pneumothorax, foreign bodies, others.

 

Plain Bone Film Interpretation

 

1.      1. Review the basic physics and historical perspectives associated with radiographic examination.

2.      Identify the 4 basic radiographic densities and their significance.

3.      Discuss the importance of multiple views in radiologic interpretation

4.      Identify normal radiographic anatomy of upper and lower extremities

5.      Interpret common radiographic bone findings encountered in primary care such as fractures, dislocations, foreign bodies, others.

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