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CME Courses for Nuclear Medicine Technologists, From Cardinal Health

The links below provide a means for nuclear cardiology/nuclear medicine technologists to fulfill the 15 CME credit requirement. You may need to call your sales rep to obtain access to the links. Be sure to download and save all cme documentation for review by the IAC.

As we obtain more cme links, we will update this page.

Organization Course Name Description CEU Credit
Cardinal Health (MCP101) Myocardial Perfusion Imaging - A General Review Provides participants with a general overview of Myocardial Perfusion Imaging. 1.0
Cardinal Health (MCP102) Myocardial Perfusion Imaging - Basic Imaging Applications This course introduces the participant to basic imaging applications and their usefulness in patient management. 1.0
Cardinal Health (MCP103) Myocardial Perfusion Imaging - Imaging and Pharmacologic Stress Agents This course provides an overview of basic imaging applications such as: Imaging and Pharmstress, the properties of and application for, 99m Tc Sestamibi, Thallous (201 Tl) Chloride, 99m Tc Tetrofosmin, 99m Tc Noet, 99m Tc-Q12, for PET Imaging. 1.5
Cardinal Health (MCP105) The Role of 99mTc-Sestamibi in the Prognosis of Coronary Artery Disease The Role of 99mTc-Sestamibi in the Prognosis of Coronary Artery Disease 1.5
Cardinal Health (MCP104) Myocardial Perfusion Imaging versus Echocardiography Myocardial Perfusion Imaging versus Echocardiography 1.5
Cardinal Health (MCP106) Myocardial Perfusion SPECT Imaging: Quality Assurance This course covers the concept of Quality Assurance for Myocardial Perfusion SPECT Imaging and encompasses a variety of aspects including equipment and equipment usage, image assessments and final report. 1.0
Cardinal Health (NDLS02) Needle Safety and Nuclear Medicine, revised Provides an overview of the needle safety legislation and its impact on nuclear medicine. Offers recommendations on complying with Federal and State needle safety laws. 1.0
Cardinal Health (ICANL01) ICANL Accreditation Process An explanation and review of the ICANL Accreditation process for nuclear medicine laboratories 1.0
Cardinal Health (SCL01) Components of a Safe Nuclear Cardiology Laboratory Course covers practical radiation safety applications in the nuclear cardiology lab, addresses differences between radiation safety and infection control, identifies ECG patterns which affect nuclear cardiology tests or may be life threatening, and reviews exercise and pharmocologic stress tests 1.5
Cardinal Health (PET03) PET Myocardial Imaging PET Myocardial Imaging course compares the advantages of PET to SPECT, and describes radiopharmaceuticals used in PET imaging. 1.0
Cardinal Health (RSP01) Radiation Safety Principles An introductory course on Radiation Safety. 1.0
Cardinal Health (RSPO2) Personnel Monitoring for Radiation Exposure (Radiation Safety Part 2) Course covers personnel monitoring for occupational exposure to radiation and an introduction to the types of contamination found in a typical nuclear medicine area. 1.0
Cardinal Health (RSPO3) Surveys and Contamination Control (Radiation Safety Part 3) This course covers the principles of radiation exposure and the monitoring of radiation contamination. It also offers a review of survey meter basics and how to use them. ALARA and contamination control is also covered. 1.0
      Total: 15