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Perform diagnostic MRI exams in a pediatric setting.
- Produce diagnostic MRI exams
- Recommend protocol
- Film and archive exams
- Assist radiology staff with duplication, measurements, refilming and image data manipulation.
- Assist in coordinating sedation patients with PACU nursing, anesthesia, scheduling, and referring facility
- Administer IV contrast
- Recognize patient conditions requiring immediate action and initiate life support measures including CPR
- Facilitate add-on patient exams
- Understand the myriad of different MRI pulse sequences and the disease processes where they can be utilized.
- Graduation from a Joint Review Committee approved program in Radiological Technology.
Credential Pathway 1:
- Active ARRT certification in Radiological Technology (ARRT-R).
- Active Washington State RT certification (WA-RT-CERT).
- Active ARRT certification in MRI or obtain within 18 months of hire (ARRT-MR)
- Current BLS for Healthcare Providers.
Credential Pathway 2:
- One year of MRI clinical training from an accredited instution.
- Active certification in MRI (ARRT-MR)
- Current BLS for Healthcare Providers
- MRI imaging experience
- ARRT certification in MRI (ARRT-MR)
- Pediatric imaging experience
- Cardiac imaging experience
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