Ultrasound Technician Research Paper

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What is an ultrasound technician you ask? An ultrasound technician is a person employed, skilled, and licensed to use a machine to examine and see body structures such as, tendons , muscles, joints, vessels, and internal organs. The main idea is to find a disease. There is also what you call an obstetric ultrasound which is used specifically just for examining pregnant women. The ultrasound machine has seven different parts, “the first part which is the most important part which is referred to the “eyes and ears of the human body” which is called the transducer probe, which sends and receives sound waves. The second part of the machine is the CPU ( central processing unit) and it is a computer that does all of the calculations and contains the electrical power supplies for itself and the transducer probe. Then the third part of this machine is the transducer pulse control, it changes the amplitude, frequency and duration of the pulses …show more content…

There are multiple different pros and cons from working in a hospital. Every hospital can have its advantages, and disadvantages. Presumably any career can, but the main involvement is figuring out the pros and cons while working not only just in a hospital but the environment and more specifically in your actual career. Its also important for anyone to know their work setting before they choose their career path. A few examples for pros, while working in a hospital is positively impacting patients lives everyday, strong job stability. Some of the cons while working in a hospital is inconsistent, overnight hours, exposure to illnesses, and stressful situations that may arise regularly.” working in a Hospital: Healthcare Insiders on the Pros and Cons." Working in a Hospital: Healthcare Insiders on the Pros and Cons. N.p., n.d. Web. 04 Jan. 2016.

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