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Optimization of radiography in children – the case of chest radiographs

Video

Presenter: Prof. Kimberly E. Applegate, Prof. Hesta Friedrich-Nel, Ms. Ms. Beatrix Kotzé
Date of broadcast: 23 February 2017, 3 pm CET
Organized jointly with the Alliance for Radiation Safety in Pediatric Imaging (the Image Gently Alliance).
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About the webinar

With the goal of raising awareness and developing stakeholder educational tools for the appropriate imaging of children, the Image Gently campaign was launched in 2007. This campaign is a product of a multidisciplinary alliance with international representation which now numbers nearly 100 medical and dental professional societies and organizations, and includes regulatory organizations. The alliance focuses on increasing awareness and developing education materials that support the protection of children worldwide from unnecessary radiation in medicine.

This lecture concentrates on optimization of radiography in infant and children with a special focus on chest radiography. The radiographer perspective and a case study on optimization in Neonatal Chest Radiography will be presented.

Learning objectives

  1. To understand the common uses of chest radiography in infants and children.
  2. To describe the key differences between children and adults in chest imaging.
  3. To be able to optimize radiography in infants and children.

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