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current downloads on delusional  radiology. . .
 
i've finally figured out how to link files to the web page, so the attachments section at the bottom of the page will be removed.  thanks for understanding that web design is not on my resume for a reason ;P
 
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1.   "The Book".  yes folks, this is the location of the book.  i've had so manypeople want the book that i have a hard time keeping up with all the emails.  so here it is, for your viewing pleasure.  boy i wish i could have been paid for this thing.  "The Book" is my little quick guide to help start cross training into ct.  it's got detailed information, but put in a phrasing so that anybody can learn.  i've had some people describe it as "CT for Dummies", however i would   n e v e r  call it that (and pray that i'm not sued for copyright infringement).
 
m o r e     i n f o r m a t i o n    t o    c o m e . . . . .
    *i'm not quite done here*
coming  soon  to delusional radiology...
 
1.  "the second book".  i've started planning out the second book.  the asrt has come out with a cirriculum for ct (thanks to ct dave) which can be found here.  i've skimmed over the information in the document, but there's really not a whole lot there . it's more of a syllabus for an actual ct course.  personally, i highly recomend attending a cource for CT.  however, i may use the information in this document to get a starting point for the second book.
 
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2.  "Protocol Templates".  i guess you could call it a "hobby" of mine, or maybe i'm just being anal retentive again, but i've made protocol books for a number of facilities.  this all started when one of my co-workers at a hospital showed me a template they had downloaded from somewhere for their ct protocols.  personally, it was ugly.  once i've got them completed, you'll be able to download protocol templates for GE and Siemens Scanners.  when i write my templates, i like to be sitting in front of the scanner, so that i can adapt the template to that particular scanner.  since i haven't worked on a toshiba or a philips (not in a while, at least), i don't have templates for these scanners.  however if anybody would like to try and make one, i'll be happy to post it here.  granted, i may want to make some suttle changes, for appearances sake.
 
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3.  "The Patient Log".  this may not work well for high volume facilities such as hospitals, but i find that for my little imaging center in virginia, this helps me keep track of just about everything dealing with the patient.  i've tried to put as much information as possible in this excel (r) spreadsheet, without making it too difficult to use. 
 
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4.  "Ultimate QC for GE".  i work mostly on a GE VCT 64 slice scanner.  in the months before we could schedule patients here, i had some time to develop the Ultimate QC for GE protocol.  i've taken the technical manuals for the GE scanner, with all the recomendations from GE, and placed it in an easy to use excel (r) spreadsheet.  i usually just print out each month and start the next month with a new template.
 
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m o r e     i n f o r m a t i o n    t o    c o m e . . . . .
    *i'm not quite done here*

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