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... Canada may have different requirements but in the US being a nurse is not a prerequisite for any xray or ultrasound career. Some older nurses who took xrays and ultrasounds may have been "grandfathered" into their positions. ... (11 replies)
... ray programs i've seen are located in community type colleges or a branch of a big university. Usually, you must take an entrance type exam to which your score will be compared and considered with the rest of the applicants. ... (11 replies)
... or xray tech. I would really appreciate any info that any can give to shoot me in the right direction. What classes would I have to take? ... (11 replies)

... I am currently attending an Ultrasound program. ... (11 replies)
... y name is Melissa and I am 25 years old. I am currently expecting my first baby due in August. My husband is in the military and will be attending cardiovascular tech school in california for a year. I am also very interested in becoming an ultrasound tech... ... (1 replies)
... training to a new location, or would I have to stay behind to finish? ... (11 replies)
... Occupational, Recreational Therapy, Physical Therapy; PT, PTA Physicians Assistant, Nurses Assistant, Pharmacy, Ultrasound, Lab tech... (13 replies)
... However, if you really feel that you are unable to devote 2 straight years at the present time or even the near future, then perhaps it's worth it. ... (11 replies)
... a 2 year course if you are not. If you do not get anyone to answer with more help then I would go down to the nearest hospital and talk to a sonographer. As him or her the questions. ... (1 replies)
... From what I know about all of it from my research, you can get a 2 year associate degree in applied science, or technology, or radiology, depending on where you go to get your schooling, and what they call your particular degree. ... (11 replies)
... s. Then I can get a job and work until I know if we will be here for longer to finish my overall training. Do you know if that will give me the same opportunity, or fairly the same opportunity to get a steady job doing xrays and things until I can go back and get my actual assoc. in applied science to move on to sonography? ... (11 replies)
... I am a x-ray/CAT Scan tech. I love, LOVE, **LOVE** the field of radiology but HATE!!! where I work. There are good points and bad points to x-ray, just like anything else. As far as career choice wise, yes.....it's a wonderful choice. There are so many things you could do, you're not just "locked into" x-ray. CT, MRI, Pet Scan, Radiation therapy, mammo, ultrasound, cardiac... (13 replies)
... n the states, but over here, you train first to do general radiography and then you can specialise in CT scans. MRI imaging, ultrasound, nuclear medicine, trauma or peadiatric Radiography. ... (13 replies)
Nuc med techs
Sep 23, 2004
... hey..sorry it took me so long to respond!! you don't need a rad tech degree first if you go to a four year for the nuc med. ... (4 replies)




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