The life of a CT interventional radiographer

Author(s): Zainab Bello, Tatenda Lumeyu

Hospital: The Royal Orthopaedic Hospital

Reference: RAD Magazine, 48, 561, 13


The number of CT interventional procedures has increased over the years due to its availability, superior visualisation and ease of use. Interventional procedures in CT use an array of complex instruments, and advancing medical technology is used to support consultant radiologists during interventional studies. This leaves little to no room for error. To manage and meet these challenges, a highly skilled radiographer is required, one who understands the complexity of the procedures and directs the imaging safely and efficiently.

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