Sonography uses high-frequency sound waves (ultrasound) to provide crucial medical insights. Sonographers operate ultrasound equipment to produce and record images of the motion, shape, and composition of blood, organs, tissues, or bodily masses, such as fluid accumulations. They observe and care for patients throughout examinations to ensure their safety and comfort, then provide sonogram and oral or written summary of technical findings to physicians for use in a medical diagnosis.
Degree Type: Associate Degree
County: Travis and Williamson
free information session
Classes offered at Austin Community College.
Classes offered at Temple College.
A professional toolset provided (applied technology) -OR- a uniform of scrubs and stethoscope provided (healthcare)
Good communication, empathetic, self-monitoring, attentive, independent, trained in ultrasound, obstetrics and gynecology, basic life support, anatomy, medical ultrasonography, and pathology