Segurança em Imagem por Ressonância Magnética

Alessandro André Mazzola, Karine Isabela Stieven, Guilherme Hohgraefe Neto, Gerogina de Melo Cardoso

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Apesar do processo de obtenção de imagens por ressonância magnética (RM) não utilizar radiação ionizante e o método ser considerado seguro, existem muitos riscos associados a realização dos exames e ao ambiente de RM que já conduziram a acidentes graves associados à morte de pacientes, indivíduos do público e trabalhadores. Cabe destacar que o Brasil não possui legislação ou mesmo recomendação sobre aspectos de segurança em RM e é, portanto, dever das instituições e dos que trabalham, garantir a segurança dos pacientes, acompanhantes, colaboradores e prestadores de serviço na sua relação com o ambiente de RM. Desta forma, buscamos fornecer um conjunto de orientações práticas para a rotina de serviços clínicos ou de pesquisa em Imagem por Ressonância Magnética, de forma que se torne parte das políticas de segurança das instituições.


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Segurança; Acidentes, Imagem por Ressonância Magnética

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.29384/rbfm.2019.v13.n1.p76-91

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