Ultrasound Technologist


Ultrasound technicians, also known as sonographers or diagnostic medical sonographers, work closely with physicians to monitor the health and development of a fetus and its mother.

They use specialized healthcare equipment that emits high frequency sound waves that bounce back images of organs, muscles, and tissues.

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