Though it would be nice if sonographers were never injured on the job, the reality is that a large percentage experience muscle injuries, inflammation of the tendons and nerve entrapment syndrome. Many of the injuries are due to activities like completing excessive scanning while maintaining a static work posture, assisting patients, and holding transducers for […]
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Sonography Career: Possible without Graduate-Level Education?
While the most common assumptions about a sonography career is that an individual requires a four-year degree or higher in order to retain an ultrasound job, there are several specific careers within this particular field that provide students with the opportunity to begin as an ultrasound technician with an Associate’s degree or even simply a […]
Boy or Girl? Is it Possible to Know at 12 Weeks?
For centuries, people have been proclaiming that they have the ability to predict the sex of a baby while it is still developing in the womb. Some people believe that the way a woman is carrying her baby can indicate the fetus’ sex as well as her mood, the state of her hair or skin, […]
Who Uses a Pocket Ultrasound Machine?
There is a newcomer to the field of ultrasound technology: pocket ultrasound devices. For many physicians across the country, this tiny machine has been a part of normal physical exam tools in both hospital and outpatient clinic settings. Although pocket ultrasound devices are not necessarily standard in every healthcare environment, more physicians and sonographers are […]
(Infographic) Employment and Salary for Sonographers
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