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X-Ray: Record Keeping

GEHC-SHSRA-TNSC-XR8888-RK
Technologist Education
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Product Overview

When any equipment has an identified fault that could compromise patient safety, diagnosis, or treatment. When an operator discovers a fault, error, or unusual operating condition in an equipment, a record of the details must be kept. When equipment has undergone repair, maintenance or modification, a written record must be made, detailing the work performed. A record maintained of such faults facilitates the performance of the necessary corrective maintenance.   After completing this course, you will be able to discuss about record keeping in radiology department; and understand the contents of the record in an x-ray department  

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