Evaluatingpatients’ medical histories to ensure the various medicalimaging procedures will not harm them.
Suggestingalternative medical imaging techniques, when necessary. Informingpatients about the medical imaging process.
Using devicessuch as computer tomography (CT) scanners and magnetic resonanceimaging (MRI) machines.
Performing or directing radiologystaff to carry out image-guided, diagnostic procedures.
Working with radiology lab technicians to perfect imagequality.
Interpreting the results from diagnostic imagingprocedures to determine diagnoses.
Communicating and discussing results and diagnoses withphysicians.
Compiling written reports of results anddiagnoses.
Following medical protocols for resuscitation,bleeding, infection, or other emergency situations, when necessary.
Evaluating patients’ medical histories toensure the various medical imaging procedures will not harmthem.