Order Ecd/1540/2015, On 21 July, Which Establishes The Curriculum Of The Formative Cycle Of Top Grade Corresponding To The Title Of Senior Technician In Image For Diagnostics, And Nuclear Medicine.

Original Language Title: Orden ECD/1540/2015, de 21 de julio, por la que se establece el currículo del ciclo formativo de grado superior correspondiente al título de Técnico Superior en Imagen para el Diagnóstico y Medicina Nuclear.

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The Royal Decree 770/2014, of 12 September, which establishes the title of technician in image diagnosis and Nuclear Medicine and fix their minimum educations, acts in accordance with the Royal Decree 1147 / 2011, July 29, which establishes the general management of the vocational training of the educational system which it defines in article 9 the structure of titles of professional training and specialization courses, taking as a basis the national catalogue of professional qualifications, the guidelines laid down by the European Union and other aspects of social and implements the mentioned title of senior technician in image diagnosis and Nuclear Medicine.

The organic law 2/2006, of 3 may, education, establishes the educational administrations to develop the curriculum of the titles of professional training, starting from the basic curriculum and under the conditions laid down in article 6 bis.4. Schools will develop and complete, where appropriate and as established by the educational administrations, the curriculum of the different stages and cycles in use of their autonomy as set out in chapter II of title V of the cited law organic El Real Decree 770/2014, 12 September, at their sole repeal provision, repeals the Royal Decree 557/1995 of 7 of April, which establishes the curriculum of the formative cycle of top grade corresponding to the title of senior technician in image diagnosis, established under cover of the organic law 1/1990 of 3 October, General Organization of the educational system.

In accordance with the foregoing and after a Royal Decree 770/2014, of 12 September, has set the professional profile of the title of technician in image for diagnosis and Nuclear Medicine, the basic aspects of the curriculum and other aspects of the academic planning that ensure a common training and guarantee the validity of the titles throughout the national territory now determine, in the field of management of the Ministry of education, culture and sport, the expansion and contextualization of the contents of the professional modules included in this title, respecting the professional profile of the same.

The needs of a market of work integrated in the European Union require that the teachings of training pay special attention to the languages of the countries members, incorporating them into its training offer. In this sense, this training cycle includes in the curriculum for training in English language, in response to the provisions of the Royal Decree 1147 / 2011, July 29.

In addition, the curriculum of the training cycle is established since respect autonomy pedagogical, organisational and management of the centres that offer vocational training, promoting these teamwork of teachers and the development of plans of training, research and innovation in the teaching field and actions that promote the continuous improvement of the training processes.

On the other hand, professional training centres will develop the curriculum established in this order, taking into account the characteristics of the student body, with special attention to the needs of persons with disabilities.

Finally, it should be noted that this training cycle curriculum integrates scientific, technological and organizational aspects of the established teachings to students to acquire a global vision of the productive processes of the professional profile of the technician in image diagnosis and Nuclear Medicine.

In the process of elaboration of this order has issued report of the State School Board.

For all of the above, in virtue, I have: chapter I General provisions article 1. Object.

This order is intended to determine, from the basic curriculum established in Royal Decree 770/2014, of 12 September, which establishes the title of technician in image diagnosis and Nuclear Medicine and fix their minimum educations, the curriculum of the training cycle of top grade corresponding to the aforementioned title.

Article 2. Scope of application.

The curriculum established in this order shall apply within the territorial scope of the Ministry of education, culture and sport management.

Chapter II article 3 curriculum. Curriculum.

1. the curriculum for the teachings of vocational training of the educational system corresponding to the title of senior technician in image diagnosis and Nuclear Medicine, established in Royal Decree 770/2014, of 12 September, is determined in the terms set out in this order.

2. the professional profile of the curriculum, which is expressed by the general competence, professional, personal and social competences and qualifications and units of competence of the national catalogue of professional qualifications, is included in the title of technician in image diagnosis and Nuclear Medicine, referred to in the preceding paragraph.

3. the General objectives of the curriculum of the training cycle, the objectives of professional modules expressed in terms of learning outcomes and assessment criteria are included in the title of technician in image diagnosis and Nuclear Medicine, referred to in paragraph 1 of this article.

4. the contents of the professional modules that make up the present curriculum, adapted to the socio-economic reality as well as the prospects for economic and social development of the environment, are those set out in annex I of this order.

Article 4. Adaptation to the socio-productive environment.

1. the curriculum of the training cycle regulated by this order is established taking into account the socio-economic reality and the geographical, socio-productive and labor characteristics of the environment's implementation of the title.

2 vocational training centres will benefit necessary autonomy pedagogical, organisational and economic management for the development of the teachings and its adaptation to the specific characteristics of the socio-economic, cultural, and professional environment.

3. the authorized to deliver this training cycle will realized and develop curricular and organisational measures that are most appropriate to the characteristics of its students and of their production environment, flexibly and in use of their pedagogic autonomy, within the general framework of the educational project, in the terms established by the organic law 2/2006, education.

4. the curriculum of the training cycle regulated by this order will take place in educational programs or curriculum development, enhancing or creating the culture of prevention of occupational hazards in the spaces where be given professional modules, as well as promoting a culture of environmental respect, excellence in work, compliance with standards of quality, creativity, innovation gender equality and respect for equality of opportunity, the 'design for all' and universal accessibility, especially in relation to people with disabilities.

Article 5. Adaptation to the educational environment.

1. the vocational training centres managed by the Ministry of education, culture and sport will develop the curriculum established in this order, taking into account the characteristics of the students and the environment, attending especially to persons with disabilities, in terms of accessibility and support resources needed to ensure that this student can study these teachings in the same conditions as the rest.

2. in addition, the teachings of this cycle will be taught with a flexible and open methodology based on self-learning and adapted to the conditions, capabilities and needs of students, so as to enable reconciliation of learning with other activities and responsibilities.

Article 6. Duration and sequencing of professional modules.

1. the total duration of the teachings relevant to this training cycle, including the professional training module in workplace, is 2,000 hours.

2. the professional modules of this training cycle, when they are offered on a face-to-face basis, will be organized in two academic years and shall be adjusted to the sequencing and weekly hourly distribution determined in annex II of this order.

3. the first academic year will take place entirely in the educational center. To be able to attend the second course, you will need to have passed the professional modules involving altogether, at least eighty percent of the hours of the first course.

4. ensure the right of registration of those who have completed a professional module in another autonomous community in the terms established in article 48.3 of the Royal Decree 1147 / 2011, July 29, which establishes the general management of the vocational training of the educational system.

5. in General, during the third quarter of the second year, and once achieved the positive assessment in all professional modules in the educational center, the professional training module will be developed in work centers.
6. exceptionally, and in order to facilitate the adjustment of the number of registered people to the availability of training posts in enterprises, approximately half of the second year students may develop module professional training in workplace during the second quarter of the second year, provided they have positively passed all the professional modules of the first academic year.

7. without prejudice to the foregoing, and as a result of the temporality of certain economic activities that can prevent the development of professional training module in workplace can conform to previous assumptions, this will organize in other periods coincide with the development of the economic activity of the professional profile of the title.

8. in any case, the evaluation of the professional training module in workplace will depend to the positive evaluation of the rest of the professional modules of the training cycle.

Article 7. Professional project module.

1. the professional project module has an interdisciplinary character and incorporates the technological and organizational variables related to essential aspects of the professional competence of the title of technician in image diagnosis and Nuclear Medicine.

2. in General, this module will be taught by teachers who exerts the tutoring of training in workplace.

3. the professional module of project will be developed during the last period of the training cycle, combining the collective, and the individual tutoring so that at least 50% of the total length is carried out in person and complete with mentoring a distance in which information and communication technologies will be employed.

4. in any case, and before the start of the professional training module in workplace, responsible teachers must anticipate the teaching and learning activities that facilitate the development of the professional project module.

5. the evaluation of this professional module will depend to the positive evaluation of the rest of the professional modules of the training cycle, including training in workplace.

Article 8. Bilingual education.

1. the curriculum of the training cycle includes the English language in an integrated manner at least in two professional modules that make up the whole of the training cycle. These modules will be taught by teachers with teaching attribution in them and, in addition, having the linguistic qualification corresponding to level B2 of the common European framework of reference for languages.

2. in order to ensure that bilingual education is provided in two academic courses of the training cycle on an ongoing basis, professional modules of both courses will be chosen.

3. likely to be taught in English language modules are the designated annex III.

4. as a result of the greater complexity involved in the transmission and reception of teaching in a language other than the mother, the professional modules taught in English language increase their workload time, three hours per week for the set of modules that are taught in the first year and two hours for which develop during the second year. In addition, teachers who impart these professional modules will be assigned, in your individual schedule, at least three hours a week to prepare. These hours will be the same character as the hours.

5. on an exceptional basis and temporarily until 2020, when teachers with teaching attribution does not have the level of English required in these professional modules, you will share a total of three hours per week for the set of modules that are taught in the first year and two hours for which develop during the second course with a teacher or a teacher of English specialty. In this course, the programming of these modules will include, at least, a unit of work or teaching to be held exclusively in English language and the rest of didactic units will incorporate given teaching and learning activities exclusively in English at the assigned time.

6. on an exceptional basis, and upon request, in the case of students or students with disabilities that may present difficulties in its oral expression (cerebral palsy, deafness...) easing measures and/or alternatives will be established on the requirement of delivery of modules in English language, in a way that can take all the teachings of the professional modules in their mother tongue.

Chapter III faculty, spaces and facilities article 9. Qualifications and accreditation of teachers requirements.

1. the specialties of faculty with teaching attribution in professional modules that constitute the teachings laid down for the title referred to in article 1 of this order, as well as equivalent qualifications for the purpose of teaching, are pick-ups respectively in annexes III A and III B of the Real Decree 770/2014, of 12 September.

2. with the aim of ensuring compliance with article 12.6 of Royal Decree 770/2014, of 12 September, for the delivery of professional modules that comprise it, privately owned centres or public owned by other than the educational administrations, it must demonstrate that it complies with all the requirements established in that article, providing the following documentation (: a) certified photocopy of the official academic title demanded, according to the qualifications listed in annex III C of Royal Decree 770/2014, from 12 September. When linked with the professional module that you want to impart, the presented qualifications deemed that it encompasses the objectives of the module itself. Otherwise, in addition to the degree, the documents referred to in subparagraph (b) be provided) or c).

(b) in the event that want to justify that teachings leading to the qualification provided encompasses the objectives of professional modules that is intended to impart: personal academic certification of studies, original or authenticated, issued by official site, stating the teachings taken detailing the subjects.

Studies programs provided and completed by the person concerned, original or certified copy of the same, stamped by the University or corresponding official or authorized tuition Centre.

c) where it is necessary to justify through work experience, at least for three years, has developed its activity in the sector linked to the professional family, its duration will be credited with the corresponding supporting official document, which will be: certification of the company or employer organization specifically indicating the activity carried out by the person concerned. This activity has to be implicitly related to the learning outcomes of the professional module which aims to impart.

In the case of those who work on their own, statement by the person concerned of the most representative activities related to learning outcomes.

Article 10. Spaces and facilities.

Spaces and facilities which must comply with the vocational training centres, to enable the development of teaching activities, are those set out in annex IV of this order and shall comply with the provisions of article 11 of Royal Decree 770/2014, of 12 September, as well as the legislation on equal opportunities, 'design for all' and universal accessibility , prevention of occupational health and safety in the workplace.

Chapter IV other offers and modality of these teachings article 11. Offer remote.

1. the professional modules offered to distance, when by its characteristics they required, ensure students the attainment of all the objectives expressed in the results of learning, through face-to-face activities.

2. the provincial directorates and the departments of education shall take the necessary measures and will give detailed instructions to centres authorized to deliver this training cycle in face-to-face mode, to start up and operation of the offer of the same distance.

3 authorised centres for imparting teachings of professional distance learning will have appropriate curriculum materials to be adapted to the provisions of the fourth additional provision of the organic law 2/2006 of 3 May.

Article 12. Combined offer.

In order to respond to the needs and personal interests and give the possibility to combine training with work, with other activities or situations, the offer of these teachings for adults and young people in special circumstances can be combined between regimes of classroom teaching and distance simultaneously, provided the same modules in two modalities do not take at the same time.

Article 13. Offer for adults.

1. the professional modules of this training cycle associated with units of competence of the national catalogue of professional qualifications may be a modular offer aimed at adults.
2. This training will be developed with an open and flexible methodology adapted to the conditions, capabilities and personal needs that allow them to reconciliation of learning with other activities and responsibilities, fulfilling the provisions of chapter I of title IV of the Royal Decree 1147 / 2011, July 29. In addition, this training will be capital to achieve a degree of professional formation, for which it will be necessary to prove the requirements of access.

3. with the aim of reconciling the learning with other activities and responsibilities, the provincial directorates and the departments of education may establish specific measures to fulfil the provisions of article 41 of the Royal Decree 1147 / 2011, July 29 and enable a range of face-to-face and distance simultaneously.

4. with the aim of promoting lifelong training, the Directorate-General of professional training of the Ministry of education, culture and sport may authorize the provincial directorates and the departments of education teaching, in the centers of their competence, professional modules organized in training units of shorter duration. In this case, each result of learning, with their criteria of evaluation and its corresponding block of content, will be the minimum and indivisible unit of partition.

First additional provision. Authorisation to impart these teachings.

Provincial and regional ministries of education processed authorization to the General Directorate of vocational training to be able to impart the teachings of this formative cycle of complete or partial form regime face-to-face and distance, of centres who request it and meet the requirements under the current legislation.

Second additional provision. Linguistic empowerment of teachers in bilingual education.

Teachers who go to provide teaching in English language must be in possession, before the date of beginning of each academic year, of the corresponding linguistic empowerment, for which purpose the Ministry of education, culture and sport will conduct a habilitation procedure before the beginning of each course.

Third additional provision. Training of teachers of bilingual education.

Provincial and regional ministries of education scheduled courses and English language training for all teachers of vocational training that will provide teaching in the subject to be taught in English language, professional modules who will be required to attend to them until they get the required habilitation. These measures shall apply, at least until the year 2020.

The training offered will be of three types: a) intensive training, through a course made, preferably in the modality, during the month of September.

(b) formation of long-lasting throughout the school year, through a course that combines face-to-face form and online, which will be held outside opening hours of forced stay in the training centre. During the period of preparation of the professional training module in workplace, this course will intensify and will be held, if possible, between the hours of forced stay in the Center.

(c) training in English-speaking country, through courses, which possibly will include cultural visits to institutions and attendance at conferences, and to be held at the end of the year once completed school activities in the training centres.

Sole transitional provision. Substitution of titles related to these teachings.

1. the students, at the end of the 2014-2015 school year, complying with the conditions required to attend the second course of the title of technician in image for diagnosis, established by Royal Decree 545/1995, of 7 April, under cover of the organic law 1/1990 of 3 October, General Organization of the educational system, and that has not passed any of the professionals of the first course of the mentioned title modules It will feature two calls in each of two successive years to overcome such professional modules. After this period, in the school year 2017-2018, apply you the validation, for modules overcome, laid down in article 15(1) of the Real Decree 770/2014, of 12 September, regulated by the organic law 2/2006 of 3 May.

2. to students who at the end of the school year 2014-2015, not satisfying the conditions required to attend the second course of the title of technician in image for diagnosis, established by Royal Decree 545/1995, of 7 April, under cover of the organic law 1/1990 of 3 October, General Organization of the educational system, shall apply the recognition set out in article 15(1) of the Royal Decree 770/2014 of 12 September, regulated by the organic law 2/2006 of 3 May.

3 students that, at the end of the school year 2015-2016, not satisfying the conditions required to obtain the title of technician in image for diagnosis, established by Royal Decree 545/1995, of 7 April, under cover of the organic law 1/1990 of 3 October, General Organization of the educational system, will have two calls in each of two successive years to overcome such professional modules , with the exception of the training module in workplace for which you will have an additional school year. To students who after that period had not obtained the title apply you the validations for the overmatched modules set out in article 15(1) of the Real Decree 770/2014, of 12 September, regulated by the organic law 2/2006 of 3 May.

First final provision. Application of the order.

The Directorate-General of professional training, is authorized in the scope of their powers, to adopt measures and enact the necessary instructions for the application of the provisions of this order.

Second final provision. Implementation of these teachings.

1 during the 2015-2016 will be implemented the first year of the training cycle to which refers article 1 of this order and they will impart the teachings of first course covered by the organic law 1/1990 of 3 October, of General Organization of the educational system, corresponding to the Real Decree 545/1995, of 7 April, by which establishes the title of technician in image for diagnosis.

2 during the 2016-2017 will be implemented the second year of the training cycle to which refers article 1 of this order and they will impart the teachings of second year covered by the organic law 1/1990 of 3 October, of General Organization of the educational system, corresponding to the Real Decree 545/1995, of 7 April, by which establishes the title of technician in image for diagnosis.

Third final provision. Entry into force.

This order shall enter into force the day following its publication in the "Official Gazette".

Madrid, 21 July 2015.-the Minister of education, culture and sport, Íñigo Méndez de Vigo and Montojo.

Annex I professional modules 1. Professional module: patient care.

Code: 1345.

Contents: a) identification of the scope of work: structure of public and private healthcare in Spain.

Public and community health.

Health indicators.

Radiology, nuclear medicine and radiotherapy units in the health system.

Healthcare Logistics: inventory.

Preservation of materials.

Sanitary products.

Functions of the professional in the unit.

Health economics.

Quality in the provision of diagnostic radiology, nuclear medicine and radiation therapy services.

Legislation applied to the field of activity.

(b) implementation of protocols for patient receiving: citation, registration and patient identification protocols: criteria for priority attention.

Clinical documentation: types of documents, utilities, applications and completion criteria.

Non-clinical documents: books and paperwork.

Informative documentation to examinations and treatments: preparation protocols.

Ethical standards.

Law of protection of data of a Personal nature.

Social responsibility and ethical principles.

(c) application of communication and counselling techniques: elements of communication: communication types. Verbal and written communication.

The communication difficulties. Barriers, interference and distortions.

Personal and social skills that improve interpersonal communication.

Communication techniques.

Characteristics of the information.

Phases of assistance to the person the user.

Cultural mediation in the healthcare environment.

Personality development: developmental stages in psychology.

Psychological changes and adaptation to disease: psychology of the chronically ill.

Psychology of the cancer patient.

The ill geriatric psychology.

Psychology of the sick terminal.

Psychology of children and adolescents with the disease.

Mechanisms of defense against disease: stress and anxiety.

Relationship help: mechanisms and counselling techniques.

Genus. Health and disease.

(d) observation, according to protocols of the unit, fisico-clinicos parameters: Emergency Plan.

Specific actions.

Assessment of the level of consciousness.

Taking of vital signs: temperature, blood pressure, pulse and breathing.

Normal values and alterations.

Scanning protocols:
Hygiene and comfort.

Pain.

Assistance to patients with special needs: Pediatric, geriatric, unconscious and unstable.

(e) procedures for preparation of the patient: the human being and needs: biophysical, psychological, and social needs.

The health-disease process.

Determinants of health: dependency and disability.

Hygiene and comfort in the diagnosis or treatment unit: bedridden patient's comfort.

Mobilization and transfer techniques: criteria of safety and body mechanics.

Ergonomics.

(f) resolution of contingencies, according to protocols of the unit, equipment and devices: performances by the technician.

Technical characteristics of sanitary-engineering equipment: equipment functionality.

Electro-medical equipment. Recognition and use.

Disposable and reusable material: criteria of manipulation and control.

Criteria for verification and conditioning.

Oxygen therapy equipment: criteria of manipulation and control.

Criteria for verification and conditioning.

Vacuum cleaners: Criteria of manipulation and control.

Criteria for verification and conditioning.

Equipment monitoring and perfusion: criteria of manipulation and control.

Criteria for verification and conditioning.

Probes, drains, and ostomy: criteria of manipulation and control.

Criteria for verification and conditioning.

(g) protocol for the administration of radiopharmaceuticals and contrasts: Bases of Pharmacology.

Principles of pharmacokinetics: absorption, distribution, metabolism and elimination.

Groups of drugs.

Contrast products: types.

Indications.

Contraindications and side effects.

Management techniques and material: drilling.

Enemas.

Catheterization.

Others.

Actions in case of anaphylactic reactions.

Stop cardio.

Cardiopulmonary resuscitation.

Basic life support techniques.

(h) protocol for the prevention and protection from infectious disease: infection and epidemiological chain.

Communicable diseases.

Nosocomial infections: concept.

Routes of transmission.

Situations of risk.

Preventive measures.

Personal privacy and patient.

Washing of hands.

Cleaning and disinfecting equipment.

Waste disposal.

2. professional module: physical foundations and equipment.

Code: 1346.

Contents: a) characterization of waves and radiation: ionizing radiation and non-ionizing.

Electromagnetic and particle radiation.

Material waves and ultrasound.

Magnetism and applications in diagnostic imaging: magnetic forces and fields.

Classification of magnetic materials.

Atomic magnetic dipoles.

Applications of ionizing radiation in radiation therapy and Imaging for diagnosis: ionizing radiation from nuclear and non-nuclear.

Origin of X radiation.

Radionuclides and nuclear decay.

Application of non-ionizing radiation and the material waves in radiation therapy and Imaging for diagnosis: origin of radio frequencies and their use in diagnostic imaging.

Origin of ultrasound and Imaging for diagnostic use.

Units and magnitudes of use in radiation therapy and Imaging for the diagnosis.

(b) characterization of the equipment of conventional Radiology: radiation: radiation characteristic and Bremsstrahlung.

Quantity and power of the emission of X radiation.

Emission of X radiation curves.

Interactions of x-rays with matter: effects compton and photoelectric.

Classical scattering, formation pairs and fotodesintegracion.

Attenuation of x-rays by matter.

Radiographic densities.

Components and operation of the x rays and walkin tube tube.

Types of anodes and cathodes.

Protective shields.

Anchors and movements of the tube.

Angle and focused beam.

Technical characteristics of the radiation beam: technical factors: kVp and more.

Contrast of radiation.

Amount of radiation.

Scattered radiation. Anti-scatter grids.

Devices restrictors of the radiation beam: collimators and types.

Other devices restrictors.

Tables and murals devices. Designs, components and applications: types of radiographic tables. Movements of the table.

Immobilisation and restraint devices.

Remote controls.

Wall devices. Movements and positioning and clamping devices.

Image receptor.

Control console: basic components.

Technical parameters and AIDS: setting studies.

Characteristics of the patient.

Automatic Exposimetría.

Efficient use of resources.

(c) processing and treatment of the image in conventional Radiology: structure and types of films: developing the latent image.

Automatic processing.

Boost screens: standard and rare earth screens.

Radiographic chassis.

Identification and marking of the image.

The digital x-ray image registration: indirect digital radiography.

Direct digital radiography.

Registration of x-ray image: the image intensifier.

Digitization of the fluoroscopic image.

Factors affecting the quality of the image: radiographic densities of the image, contrast, noise, sharpness and resolution.

Influence of technical parameters on the characteristics of the image.

Geometry of the image.

Artifacts in Radiology.

(d) characterization of computed tomography (CT) equipment: evolution of the tomographic techniques.

Generations of tomographic equipment.

Conventional CT and spiral.

Multislice computerized tomography.

Electron beam computed tomography.

A CT scan equipment components: tube and detectors. Gantry.

Collimation and filtration.

Control console.

Diagnostic and therapeutic uses of computed tomography.

Safety in CT scans.

Representation of CT image: density and grayscale. Hounsfield units.

Width and window level.

2D multiplanar reconstruction.

3D reconstruction.

Image quality: resolution spatial, temporal, contrast, noise, linearity and spatial uniformity.

Artifacts in computed tomography.

Efficient use of resources.

(e) characterization of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) equipment: behavior of the nuclear spin in a magnetic field: magnetization Vector.

Longitudinal and transverse components.

Precession. Larmor equation.

The resonance signal generation: excitation: RF pulses.

Proton density.

Longitudinal relaxation: T1.

Transverse relaxation: T2.

T2 relaxation.

The MRI scan room.

Open and closed resonance equipment.

Magnets. Types and classification.

New radios of magnetic resonance: coils of reception, emission and mixed.

Gradient coils: selection of the plane and CT slice thickness.

Body and surface coils.

Console controls and planning of exploration.

Diagnostic and therapeutic uses of magnetic resonance imaging.

Security in magnetic resonance scans.

Capture of the signal. Fourier's transformed. Space k. data matrix.

Times of repetition, ECHO, acquisition and investment: Saturacion-recuperacion.

Inversion.

Spin-Eco pulse sequences.

Pulse gradient-echo sequences.

Other sequences.

Reconstruction in 2D and 3D.

Artifacts in magnetic resonance imaging.

Emerging techniques: functional magnetic resonance imaging, interventional magnetic resonance and magnetic resonance imaging in radiation simulation. Magnetic resonance spectroscopy.

Efficient use of resources.

(f) characterization of ultrasonic equipments: mechanical waves. Features. Sound ranges.

Production and reception of ultrasonic: piezoelectric effect.

Interactions of ultrasound with the medium. Propagation of ultrasonic in homogeneous and non-homogeneous media: speed of sound propagacion-impedancia.

Intensity, frequency, wavelength and divergence.

Reflection and reflectance.

Refraction and diffraction.

Absorption and attenuation.

Transducers. Components and types: linear.

Sectoral.

Convex.

Intracavitary.

Console or control table.

Output devices: monitors and printers.

Diagnostic and therapeutic uses of the images of US.

The ultrasound operation modes: static image: mode amplitude and mode brightness.

Dynamic image: movement mode.

Location: types and doppler effect.

Scanned image static and in motion. 2D, 3D and 4 d ultrasound.

Artifacts in ultrasonography.

Efficient use of resources.

(g) management of the diagnostic image: communication networks and data bases: LAN and WAN in medical applications.

Communication and health data standards.

Telemedicine: remote diagnosis.

Teleconsultation.

Emerging applications in telemedicine.

Standardization of the management and planning of services: structure of the HL7 standard for the electronic exchange of clinical information.

Standardization of medical imaging. DICOM and main features of the standard: formats and services.

HIS, planning of hospital operation and management: registration, storage and transmission of information.

RIS, the system of medical image management: work lists, patient, radiological history and request log data.

PACS and modes: capture and image management systems.

Storage systems.

Viewing stations.

HIS-RIS-PACS integration.
HIS and RIS management software.

The medical image management software.

Data protection requirements.

3. professional module: Anatomy for the image.

Code: 1347.

Contents: a) location of anatomical structures: anatomical position, axes and datum planes.

Terms of position, direction and movement.

Parts of the body.

Body cavities: skull cavity.

Thoracic cavity: walls and thoracic viscera.

Abdominal cavity: walls, peritoneal cavity and abdominal viscera.

Pelvic cavity: walls and pelvic viscera. Perineum.

Content body cavities and anatomical relations.

Superficial anatomical references and external marks.

Projection surface of the internal organs.

(b) analysis of diagnostic imaging and recognition of the technique: imaging techniques for the diagnosis and General characteristics of the generated image.

Contributions and limitations of techniques: analog and digital images.

CT scans.

Magnetic resonance images.

Ultrasound images.

Positions of the patient in the study by imaging techniques: projections.

Diagnostic Imaging reading standards: standards of reading of conventional images.

Standards of reading of tomographic images.

Recognition of organs from medical images: skull cavity.

Thoracic organs.

Abdominal and pelvic organs.

Graphic differences between images of organs according to the technique used.

Graphic differences between normal and pathological images.

The picture adjustment methods for optimization of the display: contrast and resolution, saturation and brightness.

(c) recognition of the anatomical structures of the musculoskeletal system: structure and functions of bones.

Ossification: Intramembranosa.

Endochondral.

Centers of ossification.

Classification of bones.

Vascularization and innervation of the bones.

Bone brands: reliefs and depressions.

Bones of the skull and the face: skull of the newborn.

Temporo-mandibular joint.

Muscles of the oral cavity.

Spine: normal and pathological spinal curvatures.

Structure of vertebra type.

Peculiarities of different spinal segments.

Bones of the upper extremity and waist scapular.

Bones of the lower extremity and pelvic waist.

The joints. Classification: motionless.

Semi-mobile.

Mobile.

Elements joint: articular surfaces.

Articular cartilage.

Articular capsule.

Other elements: ligaments, discs and wheels.

Vascularization and innervation of the joints.

Identification of elements joint in medical imaging.

Muscles. Structure and function.

Classification and location of the muscles.

Diseases of the locomotor apparatus. Classification.

Graphic differences between normal and pathological images of the locomotor apparatus.

(d) identification of the anatomy, Physiology and pathology of the nervous system and the sense organs: the nervous tissue.

Neurons and neuroglia. Gray matter and white matter. The synapse.

Topographic Anatomy of the nervous system: central and peripheral nervous system.

Brain: functional organization and division.

Spinal cord.

Meninges. Ventricles. Subarachnoid cisterns: production and flow of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF).

Radiological, tomographic Anatomy of the head: commented reading of scans by computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging of the central nervous system.

Pathological processes of the central nervous system. Classification: Central nervous system tumor processes.

Changes in the circulation of the cerebrospinal fluid.

Bleeding of the central nervous system: classification and identification in tomographic images.

Normal and pathological images of the central nervous system.

Organ of vision.

Anatomy and physiology.

Identification of the orbital contents in medical imaging.

Organ of hearing and balance.

Anatomy and physiology.

Analysis of the structures of the middle and inner ear in tomographic images.

Study of tear tracks, paranasal sinuses and nasal cavity in medical imaging.

(e) recognition of the anatomy, Physiology and pathology of the cardiovascular apparatus and respiratory: structure and content of the rib cage.

Anatomy and physiology of the cardiovascular apparatus.

Cavities and heart valves.

Study of the heart in image for diagnosis: cardiac conduction system.

Alterations in the conduction of the cardiac impulse.

Mediastinum: limits, content, and relationships.

Anatomical distribution of the main blood and lymph vessels.

Blood vessels and angiographic images: blood circulation.

Peculiarities of lung, liver and cerebral circulation.

Lymphatic circulation: vessels and lymph nodes. Lymphatic organs.

Study of the main cardiac and vascular diseases.

Study of the blood.

Classification of blood disorders.

Anatomy and physiology of the respiratory system.

Classification of respiratory diseases.

Radiological Anatomy of the respiratory system.

Comparative analysis between normal and pathological images.

(f) identification of the anatomy, Physiology and pathology of the digestive and urinary system: abdominal and pelvic cavity: structure and content. Peritoneum.

Oral cavity and salivary glands: temporary, mixed and permanent dentition. Dental morphology.

Radiological Anatomy of the oral cavity.

Digestive tract.

Pathology of the gastrointestinal tract.

Liver and biliary tract. Physiology and pathology of liver.

Pancreas. Pancreatic physiology. Pancreatic pathology.

Physiology of digestion.

Medical imaging of the abdomen and pelvis.

Renal and urinary tract Anatomophysiology: process of urine formation.

Radiologic Anatomy kidney and urinary tract.

Diseases of kidneys and urinary tract.

Radiological Anatomy of the kidney and urinary tract.

Images of x-rays with and without contrast.

Structures of the digestive system in tomographic images.

Urinary structures in tomographic images.

(g) recognition of the anatomy, Physiology and pathology of the endocrine system and the genital tract: endocrine system.

Hormonal regulation of the organism.

The endocrine system pathology.

Male and female genital apparatus.

Diseases of the female genital tract.

Ultrasound and radiologic studies.

Comparative analysis of normal images and images with pathological changes.

Bases anatomophisiological of the breast.

Breast disease.

Normal and pathological mammographic images.

Diseases of male genital tract.

Prostate pathology.

Radiological Anatomy of the pelvic cavity.

4. professional module: radiological protection.

Code: 1348.

Contents: a) implementation of radiation detection procedures: quantities and units radiological: dosimetry.

Exhibition (X).

Kerma.

Absorbed dose (D).

Relationship between exposure and absorbed dose to a material.

Linear transfer of energy (LET).

Relationship between exposure or air kerma and activity.

Radiation protection.

Dose equivalent (H).

Limiting magnitudes.

Operational quantities.

Detection and measurement of radiation: physical foundations of the detection.

Gaseous ionization detectors.

Ionization chamber.

Proportional counter.

Geiger counter.

Semiconductor detectors.

Scintillation detectors.

Luminescent crystals.

Photomultiplier.

Scintillation in liquid phase.

Radiation dosimetry: environmental and personal dosimetry.

Monitors and radiation dosimeters.

Personal dosimeters.

Operational dosimeters.

Exposure or dose rate monitors.

Pollution monitors.

Neutron detectors.

Interpretation of dosimetry readings.

(b) interaction of ionizing radiation with biological means: mechanism of action of ionizing radiation: direct action.

Indirect action.

Interaction of radiation at the molecular and cellular level: on nucleic acids.

On other cellular elements.

Lesions at the cellular level: Radiosensitivity.

Factors that influence the cellular response.

Induced biological effects: deterministic effects.

Stochastic effects: hereditary and somatic.

Cellular response, organic and systemic total: response of the organism to radiation: stages (prodromal, latent and manifest).

(c) implementation of operational radiation protection protocols: general radiation protection: radiation protection concept.

System of radiation protection.

Practices and interventions.

Types of exposure: occupational, medical and public.

General principles of radiation protection: justification, optimization and limitation.

Radiological protection measures: distance, time and shielding.

National and international organizations related to radiation protection.

Description of operational radiation protection: radiation protection objective.

Classification of persons depending on the risks to ionizing radiation.

Limits for each group.

Measures to be taken in the operational protection.

Prevention of the exposure.

Radiation sources and risks.

Pollution and radiation.

Classification and marking areas.

Classification of exposed workers.

The exposure assessment.

Surveillance of the working environment.

Individual monitoring.
Health surveillance of exposed workers.

(d) characterization of the radioactive facilities: regulations on radioactive facilities: encapsulated and non-encapsulated radioactive sources.

Classification of the radioactive facilities and authorizations.

Inspection of the facility.

Staff facilities and obligations.

Daily operation.

Analysis of the radiological risks associated with the use of non-encapsulated sources: main sources of risk of radiation or contamination.

Way of incorporation of radionuclides to the body.

Main sources of radiological hazards in nuclear medicine service.

The dispersion of the radioactive material.

Design of the facility in nuclear medicine and radiopharmacy: General considerations for design of nuclear medicine facilities.

Distribution areas and access.

Materials and surfaces.

Ventilation and air conditioning installations.

Electrical installation.

Fire protection system.

Enclosures for work and storage of supplies, equipment and systems of radiation protection.

Storage of radioactive waste and liquid effluent disposal system.

Radiological hazards in teletherapy and brachytherapy facilities: radiological risks by the use of encapsulated sources.

Design of teletherapy and brachytherapy facilities: General aspects of the design of installations with linear accelerators for electrons and cobalt units.

General aspects of the design of the facilities of brachytherapy.

These radiation types and elements of the installation.

Cálculo de blindajes.

Security systems for protection against radiation.

Auxiliary systems.

Technical characteristics of plants in Radiology: particular requirements for radiation protection in facilities for Interventional Radiology, Traumatology, Pediatric Radiology, mobile equipment and mammography, among others.

Regulations and legislation applicable to health radioactive facilities.

(e) radioactive material management: management of radioactive waste: radioactive residue definition.

Classification of waste.

The waste management options.

Phases of waste management.

Management and storage of waste of low and intermediate-level in Spain.

Transport of radioactive material: regulations for the safe transport of radioactive material.

Terminology.

Classification of the radioactive materials.

Types of packagings and packages.

Categories of packages and labelling.

Transport documentation.

Management of the waste generated in a nuclear medicine and radiopharmacy service.

Management of the waste generated in a radiotherapy service.

(f) implementation of the plan of quality assurance in nuclear medicine, radiotherapy and radiodiagnosis: quality assurance in nuclear medicine: description of the guarantee and quality control in nuclear medicine.

Quality assurance program.

Reference values for Radiology (NRD), CE-PR - 109.

Maintenance and calibration of various types of detectors.

Support and information to patients, family members and nursing staff.

Quality assurance in radiotherapy: description of the guarantee and quality control in radiotherapy.

Committee on quality assurance and control in radiotherapy.

Programme of quality assurance in cobalt therapy facilities, linear accelerators and brachytherapy equipments.

Maintenance and calibration of various types of detectors.

Support and information to patients, family members and nursing staff.

Quality assurance in Radiology: description of the guarantee and quality control in Radiology.

Programme of quality assurance in radiology facilities.

Quality control of radiographic image and relationship with the dose.

Maintenance and calibration of various types of detectors.

Support and information to patients, family members and nursing staff.

Regulations on quality: nuclear medicine.

Radiation therapy.

Radiology.

(g) implementation of emergency plans in radioactive facilities: accidents and nuclear medicine-emergency planning: prevention of incidents and accidents.

Action in incidents.

Decontamination standards.

Emergency plan.

Emergency drills.

Evaluation of the emergency plan.

Accidents and emergency plans in radiotherapy: incidents and accidents in the unit's cobalt and linear accelerators.

Incidents and accidents in brachytherapy.

In teletherapy emergency plan.

Plan of emergency in brachytherapy.

Emergency drill.

Evaluation of the emergency plan.

5. professional module: simple Radiology techniques.

Code: 1349.

Contents: a) preparation of a study of simple Radiology: reception of the patient for exploration: interpretation of scan requests.

Protocols for preparation of the patient for scans.

Materials in conventional Radiology scans.

Identification of image receptor.

Preparation of the patient, room and materials for exploration: the patient's general condition.

Weight of the patient and of the zone that will explore.

Mobility.

Other features of interest in exploration.

Selection of equipment and materials for exploration.

Information to the patient before, during and after the scan.

(b) radiological explorations of the upper extremity and the waist scapular: patient positioning for exploration and preparation of radiographic equipment: basic radiographic positions.

Upper extremity.

Girdle.

Complementary radiographic positions of the upper extremity and waist scapular.

Radiographic technique in exploration of the upper extremity and waist scapular: radiographic technique (kVp and more) in different projections.

Factors that affect the density and radiographic contrast.

Patient factors.

Equipment factors.

Factors of the image receptor.

Quality of the images obtained in different projections: density and contrast of the image.

Anatomical structures of reference in each projection.

Post processing of digital images.

(c) techniques of radiological examination of the lower extremity and pelvic waist: patient positioning for exploration and preparation of radiographic equipment: basic radiographic positions.

Lower extremity.

Pelvic waist.

Complementary radiographic positions of the lower extremity and pelvic waist.

Radiographic technique in exploration of the lower extremity and pelvic waist: radiographic technique (kVp and more) in different projections.

Factors that affect the density and radiographic contrast.

Patient factors.

Equipment factors.

Factors of the image receptor.

Quality of the images obtained in different projections: density and contrast of the image.

Anatomical structures of reference in each projection.

Post processing of digital images.

(d) techniques for radiological examination of the spine, the sacrum and the coccyx: patient positioning for exploration and preparation of radiographic equipment: basic radiographic positions.

Vertebral column.

Sacrum and coccyx.

Complementary radiographic positions of spine, sacrum and coccyx.

Radiographic technique on the examinations of the spine, the sacrum and the coccyx: radiographic technique (kVp and more) in different projections.

Factors that affect the density and the radiographic contrast.

Patient factors.

Equipment factors.

Factors of the image receptor.

Quality of the images obtained in different projections: density and contrast of the image.

Anatomical structures of reference in each projection.

Post processing of digital images.

(e) radiological examination of thorax and abdomen techniques: patient positioning for exploration and preparation of radiographic equipment: basic radiographic positions.

Chest bone and visceral.

Abdomen.

Complementary radiographic positions of the chest bone, visceral and abdomen.

Radiographic technique in bone, visceral thorax and abdomen scans: radiographic technique (kVp and more) in different projections.

Factors that affect the density and the radiographic contrast.

Patient factors.

Equipment factors.

Factors of the image receptor.

Quality of the images obtained in different projections: density and contrast of the image.

Anatomical structures of reference in each projection.

Post processing of digital images.

(f) techniques of radiological examination of the head and neck: patient positioning for exploration and preparation of radiographic equipment: basic radiographic positions.

Head.

Neck.

Complementary radiographic positions of the head and neck.

Radiographic technique in scans of the head and neck: radiographic technique (kVp and more) in different projections.

Factors that affect the density and the radiographic contrast.

Patient factors.

Equipment factors.

Factors of the image receptor.

Quality of the images obtained in different projections: density and contrast of the image.

Anatomical structures of reference in each projection.

Post processing of digital images.

6. professional module: special Radiology techniques.

Code: 1350.

Basic contents: to) radiological scans of the digestive system:
Equipment x-ray fluoroscopic digestive explorations.

Information the patient of scanning procedures.

Protection during digestive studies.

Features biotipicas of the patient in the digestive studies.

Digestive contrasts: radiopaque contrast.

Contrasting fiber. Contraindications.

Water-soluble iodinated contrast.

Negative contrasts. Double-contrast.

The tract radiographic procedures esophageal and gastrointestinal high: barium swallow.

Indications and preparation of the patient.

Projections of esophagus.

Fluoroscopy and x-ray post-fluoroscopia.

Distal esophagus, stomach and duodenum.

Indications and preparation of the patient.

Projections distal esophageal tract and gastro-duodenal.

Fluoroscopy and x-ray post-fluoroscopia.

The lower gastrointestinal tract radiographic procedures: transit fiber of the small intestine.

Indications and contraindications.

Studies of the small intestine, materials and preparation of the patient procedures.

Bowel transit delgado.

Thin bowel projections.

Fluoroscopy and x-ray post-fluoroscopia.

Thick and straight intestine.

Indications and contraindications.

Enema Baryta.

Material and preparation of the patient.

Defecograma.

Projections lower gastrointestinal tract.

Fluoroscopy and x-ray post-fluoroscopia.

Studies of the biliary tree and gallbladder and pancreas: directions of studies annexed glands.

Preparation of the patient and materials.

Radiographic procedures.

Projections of annexed glands.

Fluoroscopy and x-ray post-fluoroscopia.

Study of salivary glands: Protocol of contrast. Indications, contraindications and adverse reactions.

Projections of salivary glands.

Fluoroscopy and x-ray post-fluoroscopia.

(b) radiological scans of the genitourinary system: equipment x-ray fluoroscopic Genitourinary explorations.

Information the patient of scanning procedures.

Protection during studies of the genitourinary system.

Contrasts in studies of the excretory apparatus. Routes of administration.

Excretory apparatus and basic radiographic procedures: intravenous Urography.

Preparation of the patient and Protocol of application of contrast.

Projections in UIV.

Fluoroscopy and x-ray post-fluoroscopia.

Urography and retrograde cystography.

Preparation of the patient and Protocol of application of contrast.

Projections in urography and retrograde cistografias.

Voiding Cystourethrogram posmiccional.

Fluoroscopy and x-ray post-fluoroscopia.

Hysterosalpingography: Preparation of the patient and Protocol of application of contrast.

Projections in hysterosalpingography.

Fluoroscopy and x-ray post-fluoroscopia.

(c) obtain radiological imaging of the vascular system: vascular, interventional procedures and biopsies.

Interventional Radiology of the circulatory apparatus: radioscopicos-radiograficos teams.

Digital subtraction angiography.

Radiographic and interventional procedures in the circulatory system.

Techniques and materials for vascular access.

Contrast media. Injectors. Catheters.

Angiographic examinations.

Cerebral angiography. Indications and types.

Thoracic and pulmonary angiography indications and types.

Angiocardiography. Indications and types.

Abdominal angiography. Indications and types.

Peripheral angiography. Indications and types.

Lymphography.

Vascular Interventional procedures: embolization.

Angioplasty and stent placement.

Graft-stents.

Other vascular procedures.

Non-Vascular Interventional radiographic procedures: Vertebroplasty.

Stent in colon.

Nephrostomy.

Other non-vascular interventional procedures.

Image-guided biopsy.

(d) conducting mammograms: historical development of mammography.

Indications and contraindications.

Breast screening.

Mammography: Tubes, collimators, grids and exposure meters.

Compression devices.

Technical factors in mammography.

Estereotaxicos devices.

Image receptor. Digital mammography.

Information to the patient's scan procedures.

Positions and radiographic projections of the breast: basic projections.

Additional screenings.

Interventional procedures in mammography: puncture (FNAB) fine needle aspiration.

(BAG) thick needle biopsy.

Preoperative marking.

Quality control in mammography.

Galactography. Materials and technique.

(e) intraoral Radiology scans and ortopantomograficas: intraoral radiographic techniques: intraoral diagnostic equipment.

X-ray intraoral film.

Digital intraoral dental image processing.

Periapical, Bitewing projections and occlusal.

The intraoral Radiology image quality.

Orthopantomogram: Equipment ortopantomografico.

Structure of the equipment, tube, Positioners and exposure control.

Conventional and digital image receptor.

The picture quality in orthopantomography.

(f) radiological scans with portable and mobile computers: laptops: structure and management of portable equipment.

Loading and maintenance.

Positioning, centring, angulation and use of accessories.

Radiation protection in portable Radiology.

Projections.

With c-arm fluoroscopy equipment structure and handling of surgical arches in C.

Positioning, centring and angulation.

Structure of operating rooms. The surgical team.

Sterility and radiation protection in the operating room.

Quality and post-processing of portable and surgical images.

(g) bone densitometry: fundamentals.

Indications.

Technical densitometric: absorptiometry (SPA) simple Photonics.

Absorptiometry (DPA) dual Photonics.

Simple radiological absorptiometry (SXA).

Absorptiometry of dual energy x-rays (DXA).

Quantitative computed tomography (QCT).

Densitometry ultrasonic (BUA).

Skeletal location of densitometric scans: upper extremity.

Lower extremity-hip.

Vertebral column.

Quantitative densitometric estimation: BMD (bone mass) and BMC (bone mineral content).

T-score.

Z-score.

Densitometric estimation software.

Artifacts in densitometry.

Quality control and radiation protection in densitometry.

7. professional module: computed tomography and ultrasound techniques.

Code: 1351.

Basic contents: to) preparation of exploration: start-up of the CT team operation.

Equipment components: table.

Gantry.

X-ray tube.

Computers and the operator console.

Materials needed for the test: elements of comfort, positioning and immobilization.

Basic material.

Kit material.

Contrast injection pump.

Personal data, requested exploration and date.

Pregnancy and x-rays tests.

Preparation for the study requirements: low-residue diet.

Fasting.

Laxatives and enemas.

Specific guidelines for preparation: abdomico-pelvic CT scan.

Thoracic CT scan.

Other CT scans.

Features scan: duration.

Attitude of the patient during the test.

Effects of movement over the test results: apnea.

Informed consent. Consent by representation.

It helps patients with difficulties.

The patient States: anxiety and claustrophobia.

Allergies.

Special patients: patients with oxygen therapy.

Sondados patients / as.

Unconscious patients.

Polytraumatized.

Immobilized patients.

Pediatric patients.

Obese patients.

Occupational risk prevention: mobilization and transfer of patients.

(b) application of contrast media management techniques: classification of the contrasts of computed tomography: iodinated contrast.

Barium sulfate.

Others.

Routes of administration of contrasts: I.V.

Oral.

Rectal.

Other routes.

Indications and contraindications for the use of contrasts. Allergies.

Storage of contrasts. Temperature control.

Adverse effects of contrasts: cardiovascular side effects.

Minor allergic reactions.

Severe reactions.

Consent on the application of contrasts.

Dosage, expiration date and application devices.

Contrast infusion pumps: volume.

Administration ml/sec speed.

Duration of administration.

Delays.

Equipment and emergency drugs.

Guidelines to be followed after the screening with contrast.

(c) application for tomographic scanning techniques Protocol: interpretation of the request of the requested scan.

The patient in the examination table position: prone and supine.

First Cabeza-pies.

Other positions.

Support, comfort, and immobilization devices.

Preparation of the equipment: the gantry angle: anatomical area thing to explore.

Operations centered in the region that must be explored: Positioners laser.

Positioned on the stretcher for the start of the scan.

Setting scanning parameters.

Cheeks of recognition, escanograma or scout-view.

Scan parameters: delimiting the start and the end of the scan.

Interval and slice thickness.

Field of view (FOV).

Factor picht.

Study protocols and clinical applications: CT scan of the head and neck.

CT of spine.

CT scan of the chest.

Abdomen CT scan.

CT scan of pelvis.

CT osteoarticular.
Angio-CT.

Computed tomography coronary angiography.

Neuroangiografia.

Other uses of computed tomography.

Presentation of the study. Printing and archiving.

Scan tab.

(d) obtain the image in tomographic scans: CT scans reading standards.

Number of computed tomography and correspondence with the bodies. Radiological density.

Windows documentation: studies of thorax.

Cranial studies.

Other studies.

Image reconstruction: reconstruction in 2D.

Reconstruction in 3D.

Artifacts in computed tomography: artifacts of physical origin.

Artifacts of technical origin.

Kinetic source artifacts.

Parameters of image quality: spatial resolution.

Contrast resolution.

Noise.

Linearity.

Spatial uniformity.

Presentation of the study: image file. PACS.

Print images.

(e) identification of the clinical use of ultrasound: propagation of ultrasonic tissue: impedance jumps.

Total reflection and shadow ultrasound.

Echogenicity: Images anechoic.

Hipoecoicas images.

Hiperecoicas images.

Ultrasound differences between solid and liquid structures.

Ultrasonic frequency and depth of exploration: transducers.

Ultrasound devices: acoustic shadow.

Acoustic reinforcement.

Reverbs.

Mirror images.

Others.

Use: effects on the formation of ultrasound image.

Advantages and disadvantages of the ultrasound techniques.

Main clinical applications of ultrasound. New perspectives.

(f) Protocol of application for ultrasound scanning techniques: interpretation of the request of the requested scan.

Test Prep: abundant intake of liquids and bladder filling.

Special preparations.

Positioning for exploration: Accessories for comfort and immobilization.

Transducers: linear.

Sectoral.

Convex.

Intracavitary.

Gel for ultrasound scanning.

Scanning protocols: echocardiography and vascular ultrasound.

Ultrasound of abdomen: pancreas, liver, gallbladder and bile ducts.

Ultrasound of the gastrointestinal tract.

Ultrasound of kidneys, adrenals, bladder. Transplanted kidney.

Ultrasound of the spleen.

Ultrasound of genital organs.

Ultrasound of the head and neck.

Ultrasound of the musculoskeletal system.

Ultrasound in obstetrics.

Breast ultrasound.

Others.

Ultrasound-guided percutaneous intervention.

Unit of engraving and printing images.

Attention to the patient and final information.

8 Professional module: magnetic resonance imaging techniques.

Code: 1352.

Basic contents: to) preparation of exploration: interpretation of the request.

Absolute and relative contraindications.

Magnetic resonance safety questionnaires.

Features test: Control of nuisances generated by noise.

Effects of movement over the test results.

Informed consent.

Materials needed for the test: coils.

Elements of comfort and positioning.

Elements of immobilization.

Basic material.

Kit material.

Anesthesia cart.

Contrast injection pump.

The patient's condition: anxiety and claustrophobia.

Allergies.

Special patients: patients with oxygen therapy.

Sondados patients / as.

Unconscious patients.

Polytraumatized.

Immobilized patients.

Pediatric patients.

Obese patients.

Occupational risk prevention: mobilization and transfer of patients.

(b) application of contrast media management techniques: classification of contrast media: positive (Gd, Mn).

Negative (USPIO, SPIO).

Distribution of contrasts by the body: extracellular space.

Intracellular space.

Intravascular space.

Indications for use and routes of administration.

Properties and uses of contrast: ParaMagnetic contrasts with Gd.

ParaMagnetic contrast with MN.

Superparamagneticos contrasts (Fe oxide compounds).

Adverse effects of the contrast used in magnetic resonance imaging.

Equipment of automatic management of contrasts: volume.

Speed and duration of administration. Delays.

Equipment and emergency drugs.

Guidelines to be followed after testing with contrasts.

(c) performing the test: interpretation of the request for examination: clinical information.

Justification of urgency and preference.

Previous studies.

Known allergies.

Positioning of the patient in the examination table: Prono-supino.

Feet first primero-cabeza.

Elements of immobilization, comfort and safety.

Radio frequency coils: reception/transmission antennas.

Reception antennas.

Focused and final placement in the position of exploration.

The study parameters: TR, TE, TI, sequences of pulses, power-ups, angle of inclination, thickness and distance between cuts, FOV.

The head study protocols: magnetic resonance imaging of the brain.

MRI of the Sella turcica.

Magnetic resonance imaging of the inner ear.

MRI of orbits.

Magnetic resonance imaging of the paranasal sinuses.

Protocols for the study of pain.

The study of neck protocols.

The study of chest/heart protocols.

The breast study protocols.

The study of abdomen and pelvis protocols: MRI upper abdomen: liver, biliary tract, pancreas and small intestine.

Magnetic resonance imaging of the kidneys: RM urography. MRI of adrenal glands.

Protocols for the study of the musculoskeletal system: magnetic resonance imaging of the temporomandibular joint.

Magnetic resonance imaging of the upper limb: shoulder, arm, elbow, forearm, wrist and fingers.

MRI of the lower limb: hip, thigh, knee, ankle and foot.

Sequences Locator and programming of cuts in three planes.

Scan tab.

(d) application of the image quality settings: identification of images in T1, T2 and Dp.

Types of sequences: sequences spin-eco and its derivatives.

Sequences eco-gradiente and its derivatives.

Hybrid sequences.

Elements that influence the quality of the image: dependent on the patient.

Equipment components: magnet, gradients and RF System.

Technical factors: slice thickness, FOV, TE and TR.

Strings: parameters that determine the quality of the image: time of acquisition (TA).

Time of repetition (TR).

Number of steps of phase (Np) encoding.

Number of excitations or acquisition (Nex).

Signal to noise (s/r) ratio.

Signal.

Noise.

Contrast.

T1 contrast images.

T2-contrast images.

Images proton density (PD).

Spatial resolution.

The voxel size and size of the matrix.

Field of view (FOV).

Slice thickness.

Adjustment of the image quality: modifications of the TA, the ratio setting, adjust the contrast and spatial resolution.

Classification of artifacts: artifacts related to the movement.

Artifacts related to the technique of the image capture.

Artifacts related to the magnetic field.

Artifacts related to gradients.

Artifacts related to radio frequency devices.

Main countermeasures to correct and/or prevent artifacts.

Minimum quality criteria and repetition of scans.

File and print systems.

(e) identification of the risks associated with the acquisition of magnetic resonance images: risks associated with the management of magnetic resonance equipment: criteria of safety of magnetic resonance equipment.

Signs in the halls of MRI: physical delimitation of areas under the influence of the magnetic field.

Damage caused by static magnetic fields: biological effects: induced electrical currents.

Effects on ferromagnetic objects.

Effects on exposed personnel.

Abrupt termination of the magnetic field (quench).

Risks arising from the activation of the magnetic field gradients: biological effects.

Noise.

Risks associated with the emission of radio frequency pulses: increase in body temperature (SAR).

Questionnaires of security and application in daily practice.

Scans by magnetic resonance contraindications: absolute and relative: patients who are pregnant.

Special situations.

Medical complications: anxiety and hyperventilation.

Vagal reaction.

Seizures.

Acute coronary syndrome.

Allergic reactions.

Others.

General safety rules in the handling of magnetic resonance equipment.

(f) characterization of functional and Interventional magnetic resonance tests: medical indications from studies using magnetic resonance: cardiac studies.

Resonance angiography.

Body studies.

Neurological studies.

Characteristics of magnetic resonance and equipment limitations for the development of techniques: high campo-bajo field.

Abierta-cerrada configuration.

Gradients.

Sequences.

Advantages of MRI compared techniques using ionizing radiation: safety.

Tissue characterization.

Images multiplanares.

Vascular flow.

Flow in magnetic resonance. Magnetic resonance angiography: without contrast.

Techniques of black blood.

White blood techniques.

Sequences TOF (time of flight) and PC (phase contrast).

With contrast.

Angiographic imaging studies: skull.

Supra-aortic trunks.

Abdominal aorta.

Renal arteries.

Lower extremities.

Coronary angiography MRI.
Studies of the heart magnetic resonance imaging: morphological studies.

Functional studies.

Techniques of synchronized acquisition (cardiac and respiratory gating).

Advanced Neurology: spectroscopy magnetic resonance.

Broadcasting.

Perfusion.

Functional magnetic resonance imaging.

Intervention and therapy by magnetic resonance: marking of lesions and biopsy. Systems of stereotaxy.

Percutaneous treatment of lesions.

MRI-guided surgery.

Drainage of lesions guided by magnetic resonance imaging.

Other applications of magnetic resonance.

9. professional module: Imaging in nuclear medicine.

Code: 1353.

Basic contents: a) definition of the field of action of nuclear medicine: definition and fields of action of nuclear medicine.

Historical milestones in the development of nuclear medicine.

Physical-technical foundations of clinical applications of nuclear medicine.

Structure and operation of a service of nuclear medicine: functional Areas.

Team of professionals.

Characteristics of the radioactive installation.

The technician in image functions for Diagnostics, and Nuclear Medicine.

Process of health care to the patient.

Performance criteria.

Legal and ethical aspects.

(b) determination of the operating parameters of image acquisition equipment: physical-technical foundations of the equipment: types of radiation detectors.

Activity meter or dose calibrator.

The gamma camera: main components.

Filters and collimators.

Types of gamma camera: mono or weigher, with or without system scanning or tracking, and tomographic (SPECT).

Principles of operation.

The formation of the image.

Compton radiation filters. Types of collimators.

Equipment for PET: basics.

Particularities of the Positron Emission Tomography equipment.

Hybrid computers: Fundamentals of the hybrid image.

Types of equipment.

Probes for radiodirigida surgery: Fundamentals of radiodirigida surgery.

Types of equipment.

(c) maintenance of the equipment and material from the scan room: room equipment: types: sanitary, electrical and computer.

Materials of the room: types: expendable and non-expendable.

Preparation, control and replacement of equipment.

Protocols of start-up of the equipment.

First level maintenance protocols: activities of maintenance of equipment, accessories and peripherals.

Radiation protection protocols: area and pollution monitoring.

Documentation of the maintenance and replacement: record of breakdowns and incidents.

Archive of reports.

Closure of the installation: activities of collection, cleaning and order.

Disconnection of equipment.

Closure of room.

(d) implementation of protocols in the accomplishment of examinations in nuclear medicine: explorations in nuclear medicine: clinical applications.

Characteristics and requirements.

Information, preparation and control of the patient according to the scan.

Radiotracers: Types and selection.

Position of the patient and the detector: types of projections.

Types of studies.

Selection of collimator: types of collimators.

Choice according to the type of study.

Image acquisition protocols: selection of the image acquisition procedure.

Acquisition parameters.

Timeout and acquisition of the study.

Record of study: identification data.

(e) description of the process of nuclear medicine image registration: the image and the normal study: features.

Image quality parameters: on acquisition.

In processing.

Artifacts: Most common types.

Resolution.

Main parameters in the acquisition and its influence on image quality: stages of studies.

Image filters, smoothing, interpolation, functional images, 2D and 3D reconstruction delimitation of ROI, subtracting background and activity/time curves.

Scintigraphic projections.

Sequential images of a dynamic study.

Quantification of images: delimitation of areas of interest (ROI).

Activity/time curves.

2D and 3D process: normalization of the study.

Tomographic reconstruction in obtaining tomographic cuts and three-dimensional images.

Polar maps.

(PET) Positron Emission Tomography: acquisition and processing of images.

Types of images, images of transmission and fusion PET-CT, processing and quantification of the images.

Archive images: forms of presentation.

RIS-PACS.

(f) assessment of the quality of imaging in nuclear medicine scans: isotopic studies of the musculo-skeletal system.

Isotopic studies in cardiology and vascular pathology.

Isotopic studies in pneumology.

Isotopic studies in Endocrinology.

Isotopic studies of the central nervous system.

Isotopic studies in nephro-urology.

Isotopic studies in gastrointestinal and hepato-splenic and biliary pathology.

Isotopic studies on inflammatory and infectious pathology.

Isotopic studies in Oncology.

Pediatric nuclear medicine scans.

Emergency nuclear medicine scans.

The critical patient.

Studies with probe for radioguided surgery: the detection of Sentinel lymph node.

(PET) Positron Emission Tomography studies.

In vivo with and without image kinetic studies.

Others.

10. professional module: radiopharmacy techniques.

Code: 1354.

Contents: a) application of the procedure for obtaining of radiopharmaceuticals: chemical and nuclear medicine company Bases.

Application of radiopharmaceuticals.

Reception of radiopharmaceuticals.

Storage: Features of the gammateca.

Production of radionuclides: nuclear Reactor.

Cyclotron.

Radionuclide generators: 99Mo/99mTc generator.

The elution.

Renovation of generator.

Radiochemistry technetium.

Radiochemistry of Positron emitters.

The activity meter: tuning.

Measure.

Calculation of activity of dose.

Measures of safety and radiation protection.

(b) determination of the procedure of the radiopharmaceutical marking: radiopharmaceuticals: components.

Types of radiopharmaceutical products available for use in nuclear medicine.

Physical forms.

Factors of radiopharmaceuticals that determine their biodistribution.

Mechanisms of location.

The preparation of radiopharmaceuticals.

Quality control of radiopharmaceuticals.

Management of stockpiles and storage conditions.

Marking of cold kits.

Cell marking techniques.

The dispensation of the radiopharmaceutical.

Quality control.

(c) application of Radioimmunoassay techniques: reception, conservation and storage of biological samples.

Concept and theoretical foundations of Radioimmunoassay: main features of Radioimmunoassay and the Irma.

Sensitivity, specificity, accuracy and precision.

Advantages and disadvantages of front ELISA Radioimmunoassay.

Basic laboratory equipment.

Main reagents, antigens, antibodies and liners.

The analytical procedure: fractions of a trial: United and free.

Separation systems.

Counters well. Features: Calculation of results of a trial.

The quality control of the Radioimmunoassay: internal quality Control.

External quality control.

(d) preparation of the treatment radioisotopico: Fundamentals of metabolic therapy: concept and types of metabolic therapy.

Radioisotopes of metabolic therapy common application.

Treatment of metastatic bone pain radioisotopico: purpose, indications and contraindications.

Most frequently used radiopharmaceuticals.

Advantages and disadvantages.

Therapeutic procedure.

General recommendations radiation protection.

Tracking.

The radioisotope sinoviortesis: Fundamentals and common applications.

Commonly used radioisotopes.

General recommendations radiation protection and control.

Treatment radioisotopico hyperthyroidism.

Physical bases of treatment with radioiodine.

Indications, advantages and disadvantages.

Methods of treatment with radioiodine: fixed and individual dose.

Dose calculation. Factors that go into the calculation.

Control and I131 treatment recommendations.

Radiation protection of staff, the patient, and the general public.

Treatment of differentiated thyroid Neoplasms radioisotopico: Fundamentals and applications. Indications and contraindications.

Patient Setup and administration procedure.

The ablative dose of radioiodine.

Control and recommendations of I131 treatment during radioprotegida unit membership.

Radiation protection of staff, patient and general public.

Other radioisotopic treatments.

(e) measures to be taken in therapy radiometabolica unit: structure, organization and operation of a unit of internment.

Characteristics of the personnel working in these units.

Features of the radioprotegida room.

Systems of monitoring and control of the unit.

Collection, storage and controlled discharge of sewage system.

General standards of radiation protection to health workers, patients and family members during their internment.

Preparation of the patient, the radiopharmaceutical and the necessary human and material resources.

Main critical situations that can occur in a unit of metabolic therapy.

Emergency plan.

11. professional module: project of image for diagnosis and nuclear medicine.

Code: 1355.

Contents: a) identification of the needs of the productive sector and the Organization of the company:
Identification of job functions.

Structure and business organization of the sector.

Activity of the company and its location in the sector.

Organizational chart of the company. Functional relationship between departments.

Industry trends: productive, economic, organisational, employment and others.

Working in the field of company procedures. Systems and methods of work.

Determination of excluded labour relations and special labour relations.

Collective agreement applicable to the professional field.

The culture of the company: corporate image.

Systems of quality and security applicable in the sector.

(b) design of sector-related projects: analysis of the local situation, of the business sector in the area and offer the context in which will develop the professional training module in workplace.

Compilation of information.

General structure of a project.

Elaboration of a working script.

Planning of the implementation of the project: objectives, contents, resources, methodology, activities, timing and evaluation.

Feasibility and opportunity project.

Review of the applicable regulations.

(c) planning of the implementation of the project: sequencing of activities.

Elaboration of work instructions.

Development of a risk prevention plan.

Documentation for the planning of the implementation of the project.

Compliance with safety standards and environmental.

Indicators of the quality assurance of the project.

(d) a definition of procedures for monitoring and evaluation of the implementation of the project: proposal of solutions to the objectives of the project and justification of the selected.

Definition of the procedure of evaluation of the project.

Determination of the variables subject to evaluation.

Documentation required for the evaluation of the project.

Quality control of process and final product.

Registration of results.

12 module Professional: training and job counseling.

Code: 1356.

Contents: a) actively seeking employment: evaluation of the importance of ongoing formation for the employment and professional career of the technician in image diagnosis and Nuclear Medicine.

Analysis of interests, skills, and personal motivations for the career.

Identification of training itineraries related to technician superior en Image diagnosis and Nuclear Medicine.

Responsibility for own learning. Knowledge of the requirements and the expected fruits.

Definition and analysis of the professional sector of the technician in image diagnosis and Nuclear Medicine.

Own career planning: labour targets, medium and long term, consistent with needs and preferences.

Realistic and consistent with the current lineup and the projected targets.

The process of job search in small, medium and large companies in the sector.

Opportunities for learning and employment in Europe. Europass, Ploteus.

Job search tools and techniques.

Evaluation of the self-employment as an alternative for the professional insertion.

The process of decision-making.

Establishment of a list of personal consistency check between career, training plan and aspirations.

(b) management of the conflict and work teams: assessment of the advantages and disadvantages of teamwork for the effectiveness of the organization.

Kinds of equipment in the field of image diagnosis and nuclear medicine according to the roles played.

Analysis of the formation of the work teams.

Characteristics of an effective team.

Participation in the task force. Analysis of the possible roles of its members.

Definition of conflict: characteristics, sources and stages of the conflict.

Methods for resolution or deletion of the conflict: mediation, conciliation and arbitration.

(c) employment contract: the right to work.

Intervention by the public authorities in labour relations.

Analysis of the individual employment relationship.

Determination of excluded labour relations and special labour relations.

Modalities of work and measures of promotion of the procurement contract.

Rights and duties arising from the employment relationship.

Working conditions. Wages, working time and working rest.

Modification, suspension and termination of the employment contract.

Representation of workers.

Collective bargaining as a means for the reconciliation of the interests of workers and employers.

Analysis of a collective agreement applicable to the professional field of the technician in image diagnosis and Nuclear Medicine.

Collective labour disputes.

New organization of work environments: outsourcing and teleworking, among others.

Benefits for workers in the new organizations: flexibility and social benefits, among others.

d) Social Security, employment and unemployment: the system of Social security as a basic principle of social solidarity.

Structure of the Social security system.

Determination of the main obligations of employers and employees in matters of Social Security: affiliation, high, low, and quote.

The protective action of Social Security.

Classes, requirements and amount of benefits.

Concept and yielded situations by unemployment.

Systems consulting of workers regarding their rights and duties.

(e) evaluation of occupational hazards: importance of the culture of prevention at all stages of the professional activity.

Assessment of the relationship between work and health.

Analysis and determination of working conditions.

The concept of professional risk. Analysis of risk factors.

The evaluation of risks in the enterprise as the basic element of the preventive activity.

Analysis of risks linked to security conditions.

Analysis of risks linked to environmental conditions.

Analysis of risks linked to psychosocial and ergonomic conditions.

Specific risks in the field of diagnosis and nuclear medicine image.

Determination of possible damage to the health of the worker which can arise from the detected risk situations.

(f) planning of prevention of risks in the enterprise: rights and duties in the area of occupational risk prevention.

Responsibilities in the area of occupational risk prevention.

Prevention in the company management.

Representation of workers in prevention.

Public organisations related to the prevention of occupational risks.

Planning of prevention in the company.

Emergency and evacuation in environments of work plans.

Development of an emergency plan in a small or medium company in the sector.

(g) implementation of measures of prevention and protection in the enterprise: determination of individual and collective protection and prevention measures.

Protocol of action in a situation of emergency.

First aid. Medical emergency. Basic concepts.

Application of first aid techniques.

Training to workers in the field of emergency plans.

Surveillance of the health of workers.

13 module Professional: Enterprise and entrepreneurship.

Code: 1357.

Contents: a) entrepreneurship: innovation and economic development. Main features of the innovation activity of the image for diagnosis and nuclear medicine (materials, technology and organization of production, among others).

Entrepreneurial culture as a social need.

The enterprising character.

Key factors of entrepreneurs: initiative, creativity and education.

The collaboration between entrepreneurs.

The action of entrepreneurs as employees of a company related to the image for diagnosis and nuclear medicine.

The action of entrepreneurs as entrepreneurs in the sector of the image for diagnosis and nuclear medicine.

The risk in entrepreneurial activity.

Entrepreneur concept. Requirements for the exercise of the business activity.

Personal goals versus business objectives.

Business plan: business idea in the field of image diagnosis and nuclear medicine.

Good practices of entrepreneurial culture in the activity of the image for diagnosis and nuclear medicine at the local level.

(b) the company and its environment: basic functions of the company.

The company as a system.

The general environment of the company.

Analysis of the general environment of a company related to the image for diagnosis and nuclear medicine.

The specific environment of the company.

Analysis of the specific environment of a company related to the image for diagnosis and nuclear medicine.

Relations of a company image for diagnosis and nuclear medicine with its surroundings.

Relations of a company image for diagnosis and with the whole of society nuclear medicine.

The culture of the company: corporate image.

Social responsibility.

The social balance.

Business ethics.

Social responsibility and ethics of the companies in the sector of the image for diagnosis and nuclear medicine.

(c) creation and implementation of a company: company concept.

Types of company.

The responsibility of the owners of the company.

Taxation in enterprises.

Choice of the legal form. Size and number of partners.

Administrative procedures for the formation of a company.
Economic feasibility and financial viability of a company related to the image for diagnosis and nuclear medicine.

Analysis of the sources of financing and budgeting of a company related to the image for diagnosis and nuclear medicine.

Aid, grants and tax incentives for SMEs related to image for diagnosis and nuclear medicine.

Business plan: choice of the legal form, study of economic and financial viability, administrative procedures and management of grants and subsidies.

(d) administrative function: concept of accounting and basics.

Accounting operations: registration of the economic information of a company.

Accounting as a true picture of the economic situation.

Analysis of accounting information.

Tax obligations of the companies.

Requirements and deadlines for the submission of official documents.

Administrative management of a company related to the image for diagnosis and nuclear medicine.

14 module Professional: training in workplace.

Code: 1358.

Contents: a) identification of the structure and business organization: structure and business organization of the sector's image for diagnosis and nuclear medicine.

Activity of the company and its location in the field of diagnosis and nuclear medicine image.

Organizational chart of the company. Functional relationship between departments.

Logistical organization of the company. Suppliers, customers and marketing channels.

Working in the field of company procedures. Systems and methods of work.

Human resources in the enterprise: requirements of training and professional, personal and social competences associated with different jobs.

Quality system established in the work center.

Security system established in the work center.

(b) application of ethical and work habits: personal attitudes: empathy, punctuality.

Professional attitudes: order, cleanliness, responsibility and security.

Attitudes towards the prevention of occupational and environmental hazards.

Hierarchy in the company. Communication with the team.

Documentation of professional activities: classification, coding, renewal and disposal methods.

Recognition and application of the internal rules of the company, work instructions and standard operating procedures.

(c) provision of technical assistance to the patient.

Identification and preparation of the patient.

Processing of health and administrative documentation.

Selection and management of material and health products.

Evaluation of the general State of the patient. Signs and symptoms of alert.

Protocols on the administration of contrasts.

Techniques of communication and psychological support for the patient.

(d) preparation of the patient and of the teams for the realisation of the radiological examination: selection of equipment and materials.

Refurbishment of the room.

Process information to the patient.

Informed consent of the patient.

Positioning of the patient and radiation protection measures.

Comfort and safety measures.

Scanning protocols.

Administration of contrasts: types of contrast.

Routes of administration.

Working procedures.

Adverse effects.

Contraindications.

Action in the event of medical advocacy measures.

Selection of parameters for Imaging.

(e) carrying out scans by computed tomography and ultrasound equipment: selection of equipment, materials and accessories appropriate to the request and the characteristics of the patient.

Contrasts according to technical management.

Process of informing the patient about the procedure and the preparation for the test.

Positioning of the patient and radiation protection measures.

Realization of the scan and the image.

Assessment of diagnostic quality and, if necessary, repeat the scan.

Filed in digital format and obtaining printed copies.

Refurbishment of the Hall of exploration, equipment and accessory materials for the realization of a new exploration.

Risks and security measures established during the development of the test.

(f) carrying out scans by magnetic resonance equipment: patient identification, checking the existence of contraindications for its realization and removal of metallic objects.

Information on the characteristics of the test and check of informed consent.

Patient positioning and placement of the antennas.

Realization of the scan and the image.

Assessment of diagnostic quality and, if necessary, repeat the scan.

Filed in digital format and obtaining printed copies.

The scan room conditioning.

Risks and security measures established during the development of the test.

(g) obtain medical imaging by nuclear medicine equipment and in Radioimmunoassay laboratory: start-up of the equipment and necessary material procedure.

Verification of the data of the patient, information to the patient and informed consent.

Radioisotope production and labeling of radiopharmaceutical products.

Procedure of image acquisition and processing of studies.

Registration and quality of image.

Application of Radioimmunoassay techniques.

Preparation of radioisotopico treatment.

(h) implementation of procedures for radiological protection: management of measurement and radiation detection equipment used for environmental and personal dosimetry.

Identification of the radiological risks inherent in the radioactive installation.

Collaboration in the monitoring and control of radiation processes.

Experimental determination of dose absorbed, due to a point source variation, depending on the distance, time, and the shield.

Identification of the quality control procedures set out in the quality assurance plan.

Plan of action in emergencies.

Procedures for managing the radioactive material.

Annex II sequencing and weekly hourly distribution of professional modules.

Top level training cycle: image for diagnosis and Nuclear Medicine professional module duration (hours) Prime (h/week) second year course 2 quarters (h/week) 1 quarter (hours) 1345. Patient health care. (2)





130





4





 





 






1346. Physical fundamentals and equipment. (2)





230





7





 





 






1347. Anatomy image. (2)





230





7





 





 






1348. Radiation protection. (2)





130





4





 





 






1356. Training and labour orientation.





90





3





 





 






1357. Enterprise and entrepreneurship.





60 2 hours reserved for the module given in English.





90





3





 





 






1349. Simple Radiology techniques.





120





 





6





 






1350. Special Radiology techniques.





80





 





4





 






1351. Computed tomography and ultrasound techniques.





80





 





4





 






1352. Magnetic resonance imaging techniques.





80





 





4





 






1353. Nuclear medicine imaging techniques.





120





 





6





 






1354. Radiopharmacy techniques.





80 4 hours reserved for the module given in English.





40





 





2





 






1358. Workplace training.





400





 





 





400






1355. Image diagnosis and nuclear medicine project.





40 40 total 2,000 30 30 440 (2) training cycle: cross professional modules to other titles of vocational training.

Annex III susceptible modules to be taught in English language 1346. Physical fundamentals and equipment.

1347 anatomy by the image.

1348. radiological protection.

1349 simple Radiology techniques.

1353 in nuclear medicine imaging techniques.

Annex IV spaces and equipment minimum spaces space training surface m² 30 students 20 multipurpose classroom students.
60 40 Radiology laboratory.





120 90 radiopharmacy laboratory.





120 90 laboratory of TC/RM/ECO/MN.





60 40 minimum equipment training equipment multipurpose classroom space.





Computers installed in network, system imaging and internet.

Audiovisual media.

Computer programs.






Radiology lab.





Equipment of conventional Radiology with bucky wall and table for radiation simulation without x-ray tube.

Remote control without radiation source equipment.

Chassis of different sizes.

Supplements: thyroid shield, gonadal protectors, lead aprons and Positioners.

X-ray film viewers.

Tubeless x-ray mammography equipment.

Digital radiology Simulator.

Workstation for digital imaging.

Dry revealing of digital plates.

Darkroom: automatic wet revealing for conventional plates.

Processing manual tanks.

Consumables.






Radiopharmacy laboratory.





Laboratory equipment.






Laboratory of TC/RM/ECO/MN.





PCs installed in network simulation programs of TC/RM/ECO/MN.

High-resolution monitors of PCs.

Canon of projection.

Printer.