Quality assurance and quality control practices in the Radiology Department of selected hospitals in Cavite and Laguna

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Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology


Medical Radiology, Safety Measures


Type of hospital, classification of x-ray facility and type of imaging system were the demographic variables investigated. The study used a non-experimental, descriptive method of research. The respondents were 81 licensed radiologic technologists in the radiology department of selected hospitals in Cavite and Laguna. Total population sampling was used. The study used a self-made questionnaire. The statistical treatments used were frequency, percentage, mean, t-test for independent means, Mann-Whitney test, Kruskal Wallis test, and Analysis of Variance (ANOVA). Based on the findings of the study, the following conclusions were drawn: 1) majority of the respondents are from private hospitals, classified as second level x-ray facility, and uses conventional type of x-ray imaging systems; 2) in general, quality assurance is extremely practiced by the respondents; 3) the general quality assurance and the quality control for digital radiography was highly practiced by the respondents. The quality control for conventional radiography was extremely practiced; 4) there are no significant differences in the quality assurance and quality control practices of the respondents when grouped according to type of hospital, classification of x-ray facility, and type of imaging system.

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