Ultrasound techs must be able to explain complicated technical procedures and ultrasound results to their patients while describing possible methods of treatment. Frequent advancements in the medical field require ultrasound technicians to maintain knowledge of current medical trends and procedures in diagnostic medicine and technology.” (“Ultrasound Tech Education Requirements and Career Information,”5). You couldn’t do anything without your training skills. For example, it could be 1-4 years to complete a program. Before
This report aims to present a rare case of cervico-vaginal agenesis. It also aims to discuss the clinical features, sonographic diagnosis and management for such condition. Key words Cervico -vaginal agenesis, mullerian anomaly INTRODUCTION The development of the female reproductive tract is a complex process involving cellular differentiation, migration, fusion and canalization. Malformations can occur when this system is disrupted. An understanding of the normal embryology as well as the mechanism of anomaly production will greatly enhance the clinician's ability to diagnose such conditions.
This medical field is referred to as Sonography. Ultrasound uses sound (sonic) waves to capture images of the internal organs and tissues for the diagnosis and treatment of medical problems inside human beings. The Sonographer takes readings of the appropriate areas and angles that the physician had requested, and then sends the information back for interpretation. Unlike other diagnostic imagining system’s that use radiation, ultrasound is completely radiation free and is safe for both patients and ultrasound technicians. Knowing this little bit of information I’m sure questions are flaring up in your mind wondering what else Sonography has to offer for patients, and if still interested in learning more continue reading as for my facts about ultrasound will have your minds amazed about how technology has changed over the years and how it lets
The growth and development of a child and their immune system is far more complex than that of an adult. The History and Origin of Pediatricians The first to develop the study of pediatrics were Hippocrates, Aristotle, Celsus, Soranus, and Galen, they understood the differences in growing and maturing of different of all living organisms and that different treatments were needed for them. Byzantine physicians; Oribasius, Aëtius of Amida, Alexander Trallianus, and Paulus Aegineta stand out for their contributions and strides in the field of pediatrics. The Byzintines also built brephotrophia, meaning "baby shelters," or "children's hospitals" in order to continue with their studies and works for children and their illnesses. Islamic writers Haly Abbas, Serapion, Rhazes, Avicenna, and Averroes, served as a bridge for Greco-Roman and Byzantine medicine and added ideas of their own especially towards their study of
The science of learning is a maze-like process with twists and turns that has puzzled and impressed scientists and educators alike for years. Nonetheless, recognizing the roles of the left side and right side of the brain is essential to understanding the human's ability to learn. The brain is divided into two halves: the left and right hemispheres, with each processing information differently. According to Slessenger (2011), a person's brain begins developing before they are even born. (At What Stage in the Womb Does a Baby's Brain Start Working, para.
They learn from their teachers, not only to master the world of academics but what is acceptable in a classroom setting, they make friends and learn certain life’s lesson with them, changes happen in technology, in science and in the world around them, they learn to take each new level of life and attempt to master it. Bronfenbrenner’s took all these steps of life and made a biological model that shows how these changes and how they are linked to the development of children. Bronfenbrenner’s Biological theory is that there are five stages that are linked to the social development of humans. For the purpose of this paper the focus will be on how these five stages, it will summarize the five systems and the influences that they have on a child’s development, how the systems in the model differ from one another, analyze the many outside influences that impact a child’s development such as mass media, provide examples of the relationships and interactions for each of the five systems, and it will discuss the impact that these relationships and interactions have on a Childs development. To do this there must be some knowledge and understanding of these systems and what they are; the first of these systems is the Microsystem which are the activities and relationships that are built with people of significant, such as mother, father, siblings and extended family, teachers, peer groups and the communities in which people live
Sonographer Development Sonographers provide both physical and emotional care to their patients they are able to perform ultrasound studies and gather information under the direct or indirect supervision of the attending physician. Aside from taking direction from the physician, the profession is unique in its nature with its own theoretic basis. The modern sonographer is also very closely engaged with the patient providing both emotional and physical care. Their ability to use advanced equipment, and rely on their intellect as a guide to help them with effective creative ways to approach patients in a more intimate manner. Much more is required of the modern sonographer for she or he must not only have the scientific know-how but also to admirably work diligently as to cultivate tender care and concern for their patient.
The principal purpose of this essay is to contribute to the reader the knowledge necessary to understand how the “Experimental Design Method” is used to verify the veracity of new medicines and treatments. In order to achieve this goal, it will recreate a situation or case that will help to the reader to fully understand this method. The “Experimental Design” is the “only research method that can be used to identify cause and effect relationships” (Samuel E. Wood 21). For instance, in the following scenario psychologists have developed a question regarding a pill called
Human development features a series of theoretic mechanisms which explains all the inner workings of development from birth to death. Arnold Gesell, the foremost researcher in the field of child development, believed that the sequence of development is determined by the biological and evolutionary history of the species (Salkind, 2004). Gesell had developed a theoretical mechanism for explaining how humans develop in the world which correlated with many other theoretical perspectives. These perspectives unfolded through ideas from scientists, students and culture and into theories explain our place in the world. It is extremely important that each generation’s culture learns through discoveries, research and everyday experiences.
Being taught scientific enquiry skills lets pupils raise questions about the observations on the world and gives them the skills to test out the theory behind what they see. These skills show how scientific ideas have been discovered and how they are developed. Possessing these skills leads to develop their own scientific ideas. Science is something that is ever changing, the knowledge we have on the world and conclusions we come to are not concrete but they are based on evidence from experiments and observations. Showing children this is will give them a better understanding of science then just teaching science facts.