Patient Scanning Process MRI Access
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The patient scanning process refers to the steps that must be followed to help ensure patient safety during an MRI scan. On this page, you will find instructions for determining if a patient with a Medtronic SureScan™ System meets the criteria to receive an MRI, as well as instructions to follow before, during, and after an MRI scan.
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*This includes visual and verbal contact with the patient and monitoring heart rate using instrumentation such as pulse oximetry or electrocardiography.
Download the SureScan Systems Patient Scanning Process PDF for a complete outline of the responsibilities of radiology and cardiology professionals.