Problems encountered by left-handed radiologic technologists and interns from selected hospitals
Date of Completion
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.
Ballesteros, G. V.,
Faltado, M. L.,
Mechilina, R. G.,
Quizon, J. M.
Problems encountered by left-handed radiologic technologists and interns from selected hospitals.
Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology.
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