Science

Health and Physics DVD

Manitoba Education, in partnership with the Manitoba Division of the Canadian Cancer Society and St. Boniface Hospital Research Centre, is pleased to present Health and Physics DVD. This curriculum-aligned resource supports Health and Physics: A Grade 12 Manitoba Resource for Health and Radiation Physics. The resource is made up of the following six vignettes showing how different diagnostic equipment is used.

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  1. CT Scan
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  2. LINAC
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  3. MRI
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  4. PET
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  5. x-ray
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  6. Ultrasound
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