As technology advances, many equipments and machines are invented and discovered. Because of this, there are also plenty or new diseases that is already existing nowadays. Our doctors and inventors are now looking for some treatment that could tolerate these diseases. MRI (Magnetic Reasoning Imaging) is a medical imaging technique that uses radiology in order to visualize the detailed internal structures. MRI radiographer is also known as an MRI radiologic technologist who screens the patient’s medical history by following the safety guidelines of department of MRI.
An MRI radiographer is a person who obtains accurate MRI images of the patients in accordance to the standards of the department of diagnostic. He is also assigned in performing MRI radiography and also directing and using ionizing radiation. They are also the one who prepare the blood and cytology specimens for the analysis. They are working in hospitals and other medical centers.
An MRI Radiographer is working in laboratories of a hospital. They are provided safety suites and also equipment that will help them in their work. They are assisted by a person who is in higher position.
In order to become an MRI radiographer, one must have a degree in radiography and must be validated by the Department of MIR. The applicant must also have a registration with the council of the health professionals. He/she must also have a number of year’s experience of being a radiographer.
Due to the high demands in health services, there is an increase in the demand of MRI radiographers. According to some surveys, job prospects for MIR radiographers are expected to increase by 21% starting from 2007 up to 2016.
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