MDpocket Radiology & Imaging
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MDpocket Radiology & Imaging - 2019
Pocket size medical reference that details what imaging studies to order based on body part, indications, and the use of contrast. Each section includes detailed charts to help you select the correct radiologic study for CT scans, MRIs, Interventional Radiology, Nuclear Medicine, Ultrasounds, and X-rays. MDpocket Radiology also includes protocols for contrast reaction pretreatments, understanding the differences of mild, moderate, and severe contrast reactions with descriptions and treatment guidelines from pediatrics to adults. Additional patient and provider instructions are attached to each imaging section to guarantees that the test will be ordered and completed successfully (e.g. NPO status, creatinine check, medications to stop taking prior to exam). Used by all healthcare providers in radiology including technicians, radiology departments, imaging technologists, residents, medical students, and more. You can now add other medical information to this guide to have a complete pocket medical reference guide.