Episode: TiR002: How to Communicate Radiation Risk Factors to Patients


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TiR002: How to Communicate Radiation Risk Factors to Patients

As a radiologic technologist, your patient may come to you and ask, “how much radiation am I getting with my exam”?  They don’t necessarily want you to pull out a calculator and perform an actual radiation risk dose calculation to.  What they usually want to know about is the radiation risk factors involved with the exam they are receiving today.  So how does the radiologic technologist answer questions about radiation risk factors in…

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