Ultrasound Training Course: Diverse Opportunities for a Satisfying Career
Prepare for Bright And Successful Career With Ultrasound Training Course
Houston, TX -- (SBWire) -- 08/24/2015 --The longevity of the human's life has increased due to an advent of many revolutionary technologies in the medical field. These newest techniques are more complex than the conventional ones. Therefore, Advanced Health Education Center provides online training courses to help people gain expertise in the latest life-saving techniques.
According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) agency, there are only 921 nurses for the population of every 10,000 people in the United States of America. The career in the nursing industry may seem as a bright option, but to achieve a specialization in this industry, an individual needs to get training from the certified center. The Advanced Health Education Center is one such organization, which provides many accredited courses and trains students the cutting edge technology to provide hospitality services. The various ultrasound training courses are:
- Mammography: When an individual completes this course, s/he gains a designation of the mammogram technician. The selection of this course to make a career is one of the ideal options, because the radiography field is developing at a fast rate of 21% every year, as per the recent stats. Therefore, this rise clearly states that the mammogram technicians have more chances to get employed in the times to come. According to breastcancer.org, 231,840 new cases of the invasive breast cancer are expected to be diagnosed in women in the US. This statistics also makes the vision clear about the need of the mammogram technician in the near future. At Advanced Health Education Center, under ultrasound training course, an individual can avail many options for the career in mammography at locations like Oklahoma, Texas, Indiana, Oregon and Pennsylvania.
- Vascular Ultrasound: According to WHO(World Health Organization), 17.5 million people died in America due to cardiovascular diseases in the year 2012, which represented a total 31% of the global deaths. The coronary heart disease and cerebrovascular heart disease are some of the common cardiovascular diseases. As the number of people losing lives to these deadliest diseases is increasing by leap and bounds, the need of the people who are cardiovascular specialists is on a deliberate rise. With the new range of ultrasound training course for doppler imaging, color imaging an individual gets an opportunity to learn how to treat and diagnose heart and vascular diseases with the use of various instruments.
- Radiation Safety: The Health Physics Society concluded in a recent study that present demand for the radiation safety professional is approximately 130% of the supply and this demand will outpace the supply by 160% in the coming five years. With the newly launched ultrasound training course for radiation safety, an individual gets a training to take x-rays and administer diagnostic procedures. The person who takes the radiation safety training will gain specialization in the areas of computerized tomography and magnetic resonance imaging. The person with radiation safety as specialization not only has the job options in the medical industry but also in the energy and nuclear power industry. According to Nuclear Pipeline analysis report, 70% of the jobs for the radiation technologists will be generated in the nuclear power industry.
Thus, these courses open up a whole new venture for an individual to flaunt a bright and a successful career.
About The Advanced Health Education Center
The Advanced Health Education Center is a well-known organization for providing training courses for the health-care industry. The cardiovascular ultrasound services provide in-office diagnostic ultrasound services such as staffing, equipment, interpretation and consulting.
To avail the discount on the courses please call 713-772-0157 or visit aheconline.com.
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