Radiation Safety for the Veterinary Technician

Are your technicians panicked about radiation exposure?

Screen Shot 2013-12-05 at 6.14.18 AMLet the panic subside with the new book from Breedfreak Press – Radiation Safety and Non-manual Patient Restraint in Veterinary Radiography

By Matt Wright DVM DACVR, Deon Spencer RVT, Candi Stafford RVT, and Elizabeth Files RT
We get dozens of emails from technicians and practice owners about problems in their radiology department. Many of these problems are related to technician concerns about radiation safety, worries about exposure badge readings, increased exposure from unnecessary retakes, increased exposure from digital radiography, worries about pregnant employees, and technicians who just don’t want to hand hold animals during radiography. This book addresses ALL of these issues and will help you take control of all radiology related issues in your practice.

Every practice should have a book like this as part of their radiation safety training for new employees. This book is written in the most basic terms and even makes the painfully boring topic of radiation safety and entertaining an educational experience for the reader.


Additional Topics Include

  • Equipment used in non-manual patient restraint
  • Special Considerations for digital radiography
  • Common sedation protocols for veterinary radiography
  • Patient positioning tips you won’t find anywhere else
  • 20 pages of images about how to position veterinary patients without hand holding them

Money Back Guarantee: If this is not the most entertaining and informative book on veterinary radiation safety you have ever read we will refund your money without question.

Order Today: $14.95