Summary of Examen IRM du Genou - Bonne Pratique

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This video provides an overview of how to conduct an MRI scan on a patient's knee. It covers positioning the patient, using the three standard imaging planes, and completing the scan. The video also offers tips on how to help the patient rise and on how to transmit the images to other parts of the hospital.

  • 00:00:00 This video explains how to conduct an irm of the knee, which is used to diagnose gonalgia (a fever with or without trauma). The procedure includes starting the Siemens Amira system, pressing a control button, and waiting for the system to start up. After it starts, you'll hear the three gradients being run. The patient is then brought into the examination room, and the doctor checks the patient's name, date of birth, and any contraindications to the exam. The doctor then explains the exam to the patient. The patient is then positioned on the table, the doctor lowers the table, and the doctor inserts the examination probe. The doctor then starts the irm and waits for it to finish. The doctor checks the images, and if everything is in order, the exam is finished.
  • 00:05:00 This video covers the basics of performing an IRM examination, including providing ear plugs and a helmet for the patient, and providing instructions on how to position the patient for the best image quality. Three standard plans are used during the examination, with consideration given to the patient's history and injuries. Care must be taken to position the patient properly in order to minimize radiation exposure, and to ensure accurate image acquisition by using three separate imaging planes. The examination is completed and the patient is freed for dressing and follow-up with the radiologist.
  • 00:10:00 The video provides tips on how to perform an MRI scan, including advice on how to move the patient and how to help them rise. The video also covers the transmission of images to other parts of the hospital, the recording of the scan, and the distribution of the results to doctors.

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