X-ray examination

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During radiographic examination roentgenologist come into direct contact with sick and, therefore, along with all other categories of medical staff must strictly comply with the basic rules of deontology and medical ethics (see medical Ethics). Guided by these considerations, roentgenologist should not discuss with patients (especially with severe and incurable diseases) issues related to the history, the answers to which are of concern to the attending physician. Roentgenologist must constantly strive to improve their professional skills. High qualification of roentgenologist eliminates the need to re-studies related to failures at the pictures, and provides the production of the necessary studies with a minimum radial load on the patient.
Special care should be treated with children and seriously ill, are in an untenable situation. They should not be subjected to harsh and rigid fixation during procedures to avoid traumatic injuries and painful effects. In these cases, you need to adjust the x-ray apparatus and equipment for a forced position of the patient, and not Vice versa. During radiographic examination the patient should be clearly explained to the demands placed upon him to achieve the required results (to take the necessary position, not to move, hold your breath and so on).
In the production of images of teeth, the front of the skull, and when mammography, etc. roentgenologist shall carefully wash hands. The surface of the cartridge before laying next patient should be followed up with alcohol or covered with a sheet of thin paper.