The following lists a number of corrections to the current published version. Figure 2.21: The force at each end is T/l (torque divided by length). The equation stated in the caption is the total twisting forces on the object. Example 2.7: The rotational force here is the sum of twisting forces on the ends of … More Essentials of MRI Safety- corrections & clarifications
In an earlier blog post I raised the issue of the need for professional and academic prerequisites for certification as a MR Safety Expert. Now the Australasian College of Physical Scientists and Engineers in Medicine (ACPSEM), the professional body responsible for the training, scope of practice, professional conduct, qualifications, and continuing education of medical physicists … More ACPSEM MR Safety Expert Certification
New RF exposure guidelines have been published by ICNIRP. What do they mean for MRI? … More New ICNIRP guidelines for RF exposure
Acoustic noise in MRI is a potential source of injury as well as discomfort. We review sequence and parameter changes that help to reduce the overall noise. … More Reducing acoustic noise in MRI
The presence of a cochlear implant (CI) used to be an absolute contraindication for MRI unless the internal magnet was surgically removed prior to scanning. More recently implant manufacturers produced devices labelled as MR conditional. The main complications in MRI arise from the magnetic force and torque on the internal magnet from B0. To address … More Are cochlear implants MR conditional?