Essentials of MRI Safety is a comprehensive guide that enables practitioners to recognise and assess safety risks and follow appropriate and effective safety procedures in clinical practice. The text covers all the vital aspects of clinical MRI safety, including the bio-effects of MRI, magnet safety, occupational exposure, scanning passive and active implants, MRI suite design, institutional governance, and more.
Complex equations and models are stripped back to present the foundations of theory and physics necessary to understand each topic, from the basic laws of magnetism to fringe field spatial gradient maps of common MRI scanners. Written by an internationally recognised MRI author, educator, and MRI safety expert, this important textbook:
Read excerpts (adapted):
Systems and safety: MR hardware and fields: chapter 1 (entire)
Reducing acoustic noise in MRI from chapter 6: Acoustic noise
Are cochlear implants MR conditional? from chapter 10: Active implants
MRI Safety Standards and guidance from chapter 14: Organisation and management
Review from Scope (published by the Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine)