Steven M. Penny
Sonographic Principles & Instrumentation (SPI)Steven M. Penny, Traci B. Fox, Cathy Herring GodwinRead More
Introducing an ideal resource for students and sonographers preparing to sit for the Sonography Principles and Instrumentation (SPI) examination offered by the ARDMS (American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography) sonography credential granting organization. A narrative style exam review, this resource is ideal for ultrasound programs requiring a certification review manual for either a review course or for use throughout the curriculum, as well as for any professional preparing for certification. With content based on current exam formats, this book will help students identify strengths, assess and overcome weaknesses, and ace the test. The companion website includes an online exam simulation, with hundreds of additional questions, based on the content outline of the Sonography Principles and Instrumentation offered by the ARDMS.
Abdomen and Obstetrics & GynecologySteven M. PennyRead More
This text is a narrative style exam review text for two of the most popular sonography certification exams in abdomen and obstetrics and gynecology by the ARDMS (American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonography) and ARRT (American Registry of Radiologic Technologists) certification granting bodies. This resource is ideal for ultrasound programs requiring a certification review manual for either a review course or for use throughout the curriculum, as well as any professional preparing for certification. Questions and answers are included within the text.
A companion website offers an online exam simulation, customizable for both ARDMS and ARRT exam formats.
Steven M. PennyRead MoreIntroduction to Sonography and Patient Care offers today’s students the training and real-world imaging experience they need to master sonography content and competencies, sets the stage for students to excel on certification exams and succeed in their professional careers. This engaging, reader-friendly book provides a powerful bridge to practice, focusing throughout on giving students a first-hand look at how they will apply their training in a clinical setting.
Mirroring JRC-DMS standards in every chapter, the book provides a full overview of need-to-know content delivered at a level appropriate for future sonographers. The text includes topics often omitted in other texts, such as basic physics principles, instrumentation, knobology, patient positioning, professionalism and work ethic, equipment care, quality assurance, and legal essentials.