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Nicolas Vega De andrea Nov 2
Watch out! ⚠ the magnetic field is always on
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Darren Hudson 46m
Replying to @ASPiHUK @InHealthGroup
Our simulated patient screening for training... supporting safe service delivery and interaction with patients
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Metrasens MRI Safety 7h
ASRT have just released "Radiologic Technologist Best Practices for MR Safety" which cites Metrasens' Ferroguard Screener's 100% sensitivity and 98% specificity at detecting ferromagnetic objects:
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Darren Hudson Sep 10
Agree times are changing, but safe pathways need to be in place and more cardiac tech support is needed to manage these devices - that’s often the barrier
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Amit R. Patel Jun 22
Hmmm ⁦⁩ is finishing up his advanced imaging fellowship. Looks like he skipped his modules. Is he the ? If so, ⁦⁩ please take him back to ! We can’t afford to quench the magnet again!
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ABMRS Aug 29
It begins again! Another large group of MR Safety Certification (MRSC™️) candidates sitting for MRMD, MRSO and MRSE exams.
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Tobias Gilk, MRSO/SE Jul 5
MRI Safety Week starts in just a few weeks. What do you have planned? MR staff training? Quench pipe inspection? Facility staff training? First responder coordination? MRI risk assessment? P&P review? Something else? What's your plan?
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RJAH MRI and CT Sep 20
provides response to recent channel 4 news item on MRI conditional pacemakers
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ABMRS Aug 6
Aussie & Kiwi professionals, the ABMRS MR Safety Certified™ exams for MRMD, MRSO, and MRSE are coming to Melbourne in late-February, and Aukland in early-March. Registration details will be available soon. Please share the good news!
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Julie Jul 3
Replying to @Mantia
The magnet is always on.
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ABMRS Nov 28
The ABMRS is proud to announce that there are now more than 1,000 Exam-credentialed MR Safety Certified™️ professionals! Congratulations to all of our MRMDs, MRSOs, and MRSEs!
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Darren Hudson Aug 3
Wow 😲 first formal peer review journal 📓 submission accepted with minor revisions... looks like it may actually get published!! 🤭
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Kris Seitz Jun 21
A little reading on my way to See everyone soon in Las Vegas!
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Darren Hudson Jul 5
Replying to @tobiasgilk
Great time of year to focus on lessons learned from the last year. Following a few incidents, we’re raising awareness of heating and burns, and how these can be AVOIDED with care and consideration in patient prep and positioning 🔥⚠️‼️ 👍🏻
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Donald McRobbie Jan 28
Another terrible accident in India
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Julie Jul 17
Always make sure your subject has the 'panic button', it actually works and they know how to use it. Safety first.
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Julie Nov 23
Make-up free and ready to rumble. Because mascara and eyeliner contain iron oxide.
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MRI Safety Officer Aug 29
Home stretch (Day 4) of Dr. ’s MRMD / MRSO seminar. A full room early in the morning for even more
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Donald McRobbie Jan 28
Yes, totally agree. Ignorance and arrogance - the worst enemies of
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GilkRadConsultants Jan 28
In India, oxygen tank and egregious MR safety practices result in Hospital visitor death:
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