Tips for reading chest x-rays
To get a good idea of what's going on with our respiratory patients it's a good idea to look at chest x-rays. We RTs aren't expected, nor do we need to, be as proficient at reading them as a doctor, yet it's still a good idea to be able to see basic abnormalities. This post is intended to simplify chest x-rays interpretation from an RT perspective. For the purpose of this post we will be looking at posterioranterior (AP) films. You should look at these as though the patient were standing…
Special Investigations In Cardiology: Radiology And Electrocardiography (ECG)
We do not just stop at Inspection, palpation, percussion and Auscultation. We still need to carry out more investigations such as radiograhy and electrocardiography to ascertain our diagnosis.
Arteries and bones of the lower extremity: Interactive atlas of human anatomy
Anatomical atlas of the arteries and bones of the lower extremity: labeled images using 3D reconstructions and an angiographic view