Where can i get X-ray service without seeing a doctor ?
I fell-off from my bicycle and want to have an X-ray picture to see if any bone broken.
Where can i get X-ray service without seeing a doctor and how much will it cost for one x-ray picture?
Question answered by Tammy B
In the US no where. It would be illegal to x-ray without a prescription. Your best bet would be going to a minor emergency center.
How do you start a Dental equipment service repair business?
I am looking for guidance and ideas on how to start my own dental equipment repair business such as vacuum pump, air compressor dental chair, and delivery unit and x-rays service. I have electronic and HVAC service experience. What are the bros/cons of this business?
Question answered by Rob
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what the safty requirements to open an x-ray service?
what are the safty (legislation ) that GOVERMENT OR INFLUENCES ask for to open an x-ray service in hospital or for home use or what ever
if you could please add some website
i know a point that the room where x-ray is at it has to be shielded. and that the switch of the x ray machine hase to be in another room so the doctor doesnt get harmed bay electromagnetic rays
Question answered by Myron The Bloody Siren
I recommend that you contact the FDA to determine which are the minimum safety requirements in the use of x-rays in obtaining medically useful images of the human body or in diagnostic applications. There will be very, very strict guidelines with respect to the sorts of lead shielding that is used in dealing with scattered radiation, There will be a number of safety checks that you will need to routinely submit to and may even require a nuclear radiation officer to come by the facilities to run specific tests at prescribed periods of time. Please contact FDA for more specific information which pertains to the use of x-rays in medical imaging.
What are my chances of getting an x-ray slot in the army?
I am prior service and want to go back into the army. I am a certified x-ray tech and want to go back in with an x-ray tech MOS. I am going through the ACAS Program because i am a registered tech and am licensed with the state.
Question answered by Lew
If you get it in your contract before you come back in then you will most likely get the slot. Not definately, but more than likely.
How much is the x-rays and examination fees for Customs?
Hi! I'm planning to ship stuff from the UK to the US via ship/ferry/marine service. The shipping company says that there might be the case when the client has to pay a fee for the X-rays and examination in Customs US? I was wondering: How much is this transaction will cost me? Also, do you think I'm making a wise decision in using a shipping company or should I use regular mail? Thanks!
Question answered by Major
US Customs do not charge anyone to examine or X-ray items, it sounds like you are dealing with a less-than-honest shipper and should find another one.
Does anyone have a list of funds investing in Veterinary Equipment like animal X-Ray devices?
If not Veterinary Equipment, does anyone have a list of X-ray investors or investors of Veterinary services?
A list would be great. It is for a large school project. If a list of the funds in not available, can anyone provide a list of Veterinarians? I assume many of them must be accredited investors.
PE funds, VC funds, Hedge funds, anything works. The more the better though.
Thank you all so much!
Question answered by cactusgene
There are no funds of any stripe which invest in veterinary or any other type of equipment. Those funds only invest in viable and rapidly growing businesses. What you need is a bank or other financial institution which will make you a loan to purchase that equipment. There are even firms that specifically specialize in equipment financing, however, their money is usually on the expensive side. BTW, are you talking about equipment for resale?
How much does a Radiology Tech (X-ray Tech) make starting out in Orlando, FL?
I am almost done with my training to be a Medical Assistant, I plan to continue on to become a Radiology Tech.
How much does an X-Ray Tech make in Orlando, FL?
How much more money do you make if you are also a Medical Assistant?
I am not planning on getting the full 4 year degree. Just the basic certificate. It will probably take about a year to complete.
Question answered by Truth
Being a med assistant is a great stepping stone. Don't get stuck though. Keep on with school as your salary will grow exponentially. The current mean x-ray technician salary for radiographers (four year degree) with less than 2 years of experience, nationally, is $36,918. The current mean x-ray tech salary for radiographers with three to five years experience is $43,003.
The current mean x-ray technician salary for radiographers with six to ten years experience is $54,465. This national mean increases to $57,855 and $64,550 with 11 to 20 years or 20-plus years of experience, respectively.
Your x-ray technician salary is also affected by your workplace. For instance, radiographers employed by V.A. hospitals and the Armed Services tend to earn a lower mean salary than those in mobile units, hospitals (particularly not-for-profit facilities), and diagnostic imaging centers.
Your med tech degree will help you mostly in patient care and that is never a bad thing.
How much do x-rays at the vet generally cost?
I think I need to take my 4-pound chihuahua in for an x-ray for her back... does anyone know the price range of this type of service?
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Question answered by Lacey UD, RE
Call your vet for a quote. Price will depend upon the number of films needed for diagnosis; whether the dog needs to be sedated; and if the films need to be sent to a specialist (radiologist) for evaluation.
When you put your medications in the 1 quart bag, do they x-ray them?
I read the TSA's guidelines & they weren't very clear. My daughter has several medications that are liquid & under 3oz. I just want to know if they x-ray the stuff in the bags. I don't think that it would be good for her meds.
Any help will be appreciated!
The meds are her different insulins.
Question answered by Heatherer
I got this off of the TSA website:
We normally X-ray medication and related supplies. However, as a customer service, you may ask that Security Officers visually inspect your medication and associated supplies.
You must ask for visual inspection before the screening process begins; otherwise your medications and supplies will be X-rayed.
If you would like to take advantage of this option, please have your medication and associated supplies separated from your other property in a separate pouch/bag when you approach the Security Officer at the walk-through metal detector.
Ask the Security Officer to visually inspect your medication and hand your medication pouch/bag to him or her.
To prevent your medication, associated supplies or fragile medical materials for contamination or damage, we will ask you to display, handle, and repack your own medication and associated supplies during visual inspection. Any medication and/or associated supplies that we can’t clear visually will be X-rayed. If you refuse, you will not be permitted to carry your medications and related supplies into the sterile area.
here's the page
Is there a limit on how many x-rays examinations a hospitals can do?
For example a technician works for 7 hours and each x-ray takes 20 minutes. Can the technician be booked for whole 7 hours or because of radiation, he/she can only operate the machine for a certain period?
Question answered by jonal
X-ray technicians, called radiologists, wear a badge which records the amount of radiation they have been subjected to.
I wore one when I was doing x-ray crystallography in an analytical lab.
The old style and still in use was simply a piece of x-ray photographic emulsion in a lightproof plastic wallet which was clipped onto the lab coat at chest level and which after five days or ten or whatever the designated period was for the job was subjected to a standard development and the density was measured with a densitometer.
The badges are called dosimetry badges.
A service to monitor x-ray exposure which includes supplying the badges and developing and measuring the density of the emulsion can be bought on contract or the procedure can be done very easily in any department with simple photographic facilities and a densitometer.