Problems encountered by left-handed radiologic technologists and interns from selected hospitals

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Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology


Left-Handed, Radiologic Technologists


The study uses a descriptive method. Using purposive sampling, a total of six (6) radiologic technologists and ten (10) interns were the respondents of the study. The instrument used is a self-made questionnaire that was subdivided into two (2) categories. Mean and standard deviation were used to identify the problems encountered by left-handed radiologic technologists and interns. The following conclusions were drawn: (1) Left-handed radiologic technologists had no difficulty in manipulating machines and in positioning the patient; (2) Left-handed interns encountered problems in manipulating machine that are moderately difficult but had no difficulty in positioning the patient.

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