Diagnostic Medical Sonography
Diagnostic medical sonographers operate specialised imaging equipment to perform experiments or to generate images to help identify certain medical conditions. Their key responsibilities include taking the medical history and explaining procedures to patients, and planning and operating imaging equipment, reviewing abnormality images, and recording data in patient records.
What you need to get started
Hands-on learning, both in the form of internships and clinical externships, are an important part of the sonography training process
Sonographers also help the radiation scientist perform biopsies, drain placements or drainage processes at many institutions.
According to the Bureau of Labour Statistics (BLS), the outlook for employment as a diagnostic medical sonographer is outstanding, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).
California, Mississippi, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Nebraska and West Virginia
Bachelors degree in Sonography/ radiologic technology
A certificate program in diagnostic medical sonography
Preparing and maintaining the diagnostic equipment
Generating images through the use of sonographic equipment
Analyzing technical information
Knowledge of Anatomy, Physiology, Physics and Mathematics
Western Governors University
Grand Valley State University
Ferris State University
Rochester Institute of Technology
Considering this field, the best place to get started is to find the perfect mentor to guide you.