How do I become a medical sonographer?

Answer According to the Society of Diagnostic Medical Sonography (SDMS), a diagnostic medical sonographer is a specially trained healthcare professional who uses ultrasound technology to produce images of... Read More »

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What Would a Medical Sonographer Do in a Medical or Diagnostic Laboratory?

Sonography is probably best known in the general population for its use in obstetrics. However, it has a variety of additional applications in the diagnosis and treatment of other diseases, accordi... Read More »

Job Description for a Diagnostic Medical Sonographer?

Diagnostic medical sonographers are responsible for using sound waves to help diagnose diseases. For this reason, they are also known as ultrasound technologists. Usually, diagnostic medical sonogr... Read More »

What do you need to be a medical diagnostic sonographer?

Ultrasound imaging is a relatively safe way to look inside your body because it involves sound waves and not radiation. However, for proper use, it does require the expertise of a medical diagnosti... Read More »

How much does a medical sonographer make?

As of February 2010, a diagnostic medical sonographer with one to four years of experience earns $23.72 per hour on average, while those have under one year of experience earn earn $19.42 per hour ... Read More »