Virtual CT Trainer Software

Get the Computerized Tomography Training You Need Using Our Software

Software Retail Value $149

Each exam has step-by-step guidance with an interactive scanner and a working simulated injector which feels like you are scanning a real patient.

When the scans are performed, the patient actually moves through the gantry as if it were a real scan, using realistic scanner sounds, breathing instructions, common delay times and techniques and common injector settings.

Each exam also teaches the technologist how to position the patient on the table and shows them where to place the laser lights prior to zeroing out the scanner.


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Computerized Tomography Training


System Requirements

  • 1.30 GHz Processor or higher
  • 2 GB Ram or higher
  • 2 GB of Hard drive space
  • Microsoft Windows Vista
  • Microsoft Windows 7
  • Microsoft Windows 8*
  • Microsoft Windows 10*
  • Microsoft Windows 11*
  • Screen resolution of 1366 x 768 or higher
  • Windows XP is NOT supported.

*May require you to download Microsoft .NET framework 3.5 if it is not already installed on your computer. Microsoft has .NET framework 3.5 as an option in Windows 8, 10 and 11 but it is not loaded as part of the operating system at the time of installation.

Virtual CT Trainer Software -Computerized Tomography Training

EXAMS – Computerized Tomography Training


  • Head with and without contrast
  • Head CTA
  • Sinus
  • Soft tissue neck
  • Neck CTA
  • Chest with contrast
  • PE Study
  • Abdomen/Pelvis with contrast
  • Multiphase exam
  • Stone study
  • Cervical spine
  • Lumbar spine
  • Wrist – upper extremity
  • Shoulder
  • Knee
  • Foot – lower extremity

THE WRITTEN EDUCATION


Many of the written education sections have images that accompany the written text on the subject.


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CT BASICS – Computerized Tomography Training


  • Gantry with labeled image
  • Table/Couch
  • Gantry controls
  • Laser lights – internal and external zero
  • Foot pedals
  • Keyboard with labeled image
  • AP and Lateral scouts and how they are acquired
  • Pre scanning procedure and room set up
    • General scan preparation
    • Exams that typically require contrast
    • Exams that must have contrast
    • Table set up
    • Setting up the injector
  • Pre contrast questions
  • Patient labs and normal range
    • Creatinine
    • BUN
    • GFR
    • PT
    • PTT
    • INR
    • Platelet count
    • D-Dimer
  • Patient hydration for low lab values
  • Contrast injection procedure
    • Labs
    • Contrast questionnaire
    • Contraindications
    • Consent
    • Pre medicate
    • IV catheter size
    • Extravasation
    • Contrast amounts
    • Metformin
    • Language barriers
    • Contrast reactions
  • Patient vitals and normal ranges
    • Pulse
    • Blood pressure
    • Respiration
    • Temperature
    • Oximetry
    • Cardiac cycle
  • Scan set up
    • Scan beginning and ending locations
    • Slice thickness
    • Gantry angle
    • Scan time
    • Rotation time
    • MA
    • MAs
    • KVP
    • Pitch
    • ROI set up
    • Protocols
  • IV starts with step by step instructions with images
  • Timing of contrast injections
    • Common delay times
    • Using the ROI to get the proper scan timing
    • How to manually determine the scan timing using a test bolus
  • Conventional CT (Step-and-Shoot)
  • Helical CT
  • PACS
  • Measuring pathology
  • CT numbers
    • CT number scale
    • Grayscale
    • Pixel
    • Voxel
    • Matrix
  • CTA imaging
    • Common CTA exams
    • Timing
    • Injector settings
    • Contrast
    • IV selection – size and location
  • Common image artifacts
  • Common pathology
  • Working with pediatric patients
  • Different types of contrast
    • IV contrast
    • Oral contrast
    • Intrathecal contrast
    • Intra-articular contrast
    • Rectal contrast
    • Negative contrast agents
    • Ionic
    • Non-ionic
    • Osmolality
    • Viscosity
    • Iodine concentration
  • Contrast phases
  • Radiation safety – How to reduce radiation dose
  • Scan field of view (FOV)
  • Display field of view (FOV)
  • Image reconstruction
    • Raw data
    • Prospective reconstruction
    • Image data
    • Retrospective reconstruction
    • Reconstruction interval
    • Reconstruction filters
    • Multiplanar reconstruction (MPR)
    • 3D image reformation
  • Window level / Window width
  • Sample written protocol

CROSS SECTIONAL ANATOMY


  • Brain
  • Circle of Willis
  • Orbits
  • Temporal bones
  • Sinus
  • Soft tissue neck
  • Cervical spine
  • Chest
  • Thoracic spine
  • Abdomen
  • Lumbar spine
  • Male pelvis
  • Female pelvis
  • Hip
  • Shoulder
  • Elbow
  • Wrist
  • Knee
  • Ankle
  • Foot

VIRTUAL CT TRAINER SOFTWARE SCREENSHOTS


All of the images of the patient in the CT scanner are dynamic – The patient actually moves through the scanner as the scan is being performed, using realistic scanner sounds and breathing instructions as needed. Also includes a dynamic interactive contrast injector.


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