MRSO Training Kit - Part 6: Burn in MRI
One of a technologist’s biggest fear may be burning a patient. Burns are one of the most reported injuries that occur in MRI. By understanding the processes of a burn, we can understand how we can reduce them. This webinar will discuss these burns and how to reduce them.
In part 6 of this 12 part course we will discuss how an MR safety program can implement these roles to decrease incidents, increase workflow, and decrease cancelled exams. When it comes to MR safety and making sure patients are not placed in harms way, what is the level of confidence you are making the right decision. Also, are you assessing risk to your patient appropriately and following best practices in the field. Finally, a course that is meant to not only build your knowledge and confidents in the field of MR safety, but also prepare you for your MRSO certification through the ABMRS. This course is designed to address situations that you have or will encounter in the field as well as discuss everything found on the ABMRS
- Zones and Site Planning
- MRSO, MRMD, MRSE
- The Static Magnetic Field
- Metal Artifacts and Magnetic Susceptibility
- Time Varying RF
- Burns In MRI
- Time Varying Gradient Field
- Pulse Sequences
- Cryogen Risk
- Contrast Media
- Implanted Devices
- Risk Assessment
Matt Rederer has been an MRI technologist for well over a decade. He has trained hundreds of MRI technologist in the field to improve their skills and knowledge. He teaches MRI physics at Elgin Community College and works full-time at Advocate Sherman Hospital as a lead MRI technologist and MRSO. He also holds the title MRI Technical and Safety Expert for the Advocate Health Care system. Matt also owns RITE Advantage LLC which is a company that helps individuals seeking credentialing in their career by giving them content and mock exams to help them pass their boards. He also has obtained is MRSO and MRSE certification through the ABMRS.
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Credit Type: 12 category A CE credits
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