Educating the patient by describing and explaining the procedure as it relates specifically to the patient
Entering patient data into RIS and other appropriate computer systems as necessary
Placing the patient on the scan table in the correct position for the scan to be performed
Choosing the appropriate Protocol based on the body part to be examined
Obtain appropriate scout image for procedure
Obtain cross sectional images: This task includes the proper setting of protocols and sequences to obtain high quality images for diagnosis by the Radiologist
Direct involvement during procedure:
Assisting the radiologist during MRI functional procedures as needed, for example spectroscopy
Assist the anesthesiologist in the organization of equipment
Constant attention to the progression of the procedure while in the control room
Involved with operating MEDRAD injector when necessary
Maintain adherence to imaging workflow in IDXRad and G.E. Centricity (PACS). This includes tracking exams in IDXRad throughout all steps in the process. Also, verifying images in PACS to ensure the patient, exam type, labeling and orientation are correct
Maintain all necessary records of image slices, injections, etc.
Full knowledge and adherence to all rules and regulations regarding MRI safety policies and procedures for patients and staff
Maintain orderliness and cleanliness of assigned area
Recruit and manage schedule and maintain records for research subjects
Update WEB page content as directed
Internal Number: 2017-10562
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