Ultrasound Physics I (DGMS-230)
2013 Fall 
Location: All Locations Listed

Description: This course introduces the student to basic ultrasound physics, sound waves in human tissue, and the piezoelectric effect. Some topics include: reflection, refraction, scattering, amplitude, intensity, speed, attenuation, impedance and propagation of speed tissue. Also included are transducer design and function. Prerequisites: A graduate of an accredited two-year AMA or AMA equivalent allied health occupation program that is patient care related (includes but not limited to radiography, nursing, respiratory, occupational or physical" therapy) Bachelors degree with prerequisite coursework or by the consent of the program director.

Textbook information can be found here.
08/19/2013 - 12/16/2013 Main Campus C. Hoffmann
Lecture Time: 10:00AM - 11:00AM Days: MW Seats: 4

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