Review Questions for MRI by Carolyn Kaut Roth, William H. Faulkner Jr.

By Carolyn Kaut Roth, William H. Faulkner Jr.

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The moment variation of the vintage textual content has been revised and prolonged to fulfill the wishes of today’s practicing and coaching MRI technologists who intend to take a seat for the yank Registry of Magnetic Resonance Imaging Technologists (ARMRIT) exam. It offers Q&As on subject matters indexed within the content material necessities provided by way of the yank Registry for Radiologic Technologists (AART) and gives the consumer with a entire evaluation of the foundations and functions of MRI to organize them for the examination.

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The patient does not need to know every single little detail regarding the procedure. 16. c 17. d 18. c 19. b Invasion of privacy is also a breach of confidentiality. Only those parties with a need to know should be privy to this type of confidential information. 20. a 21. b It is not within the MRI technologist’s scope of practice to provide the patient with a diagnosis. Questions regarding diagnosis and treatment must be referred to the physician. 22. b 23. b 24. b 25. c 26. b 27. a 28. d ARRT Standard of Ethics 2011 Statement of purpose The purpose of the ethics requirements is to identify individuals who have internalized a set of professional values that cause one to act in the best interests of patients.

Can produce noise and cause temporary hearing loss c. Change rapidly during the scanning process d. All of the above     195. Gradient magnetic fields are a safety concern because they: a. Produce large amounts of RF energy b. Induce currents in conductors c. Cause short-term memory loss d. All of the above     196. Time-varying magnetic fields have been reported to have caused: a. Mild cutaneous sensations and images of flashing lights in patients b. Involuntary muscle contractions and cardiac arrhythmias in patients c.

81. d The White Paper on MRI Safety, published by the blue ribbon panel of MRI experts, recommends that the patient be removed from the scan room and, if possible, resuscitation procedures begun. org to obtain the most current version of the Safety documents. Also, information can be found on the MRI safety website www. com 82. d Regardless of the nature of the emergency, it is always prudent to remove the patient out of the magnetic field, such that intervention can be safely administered. 83.

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