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Technological advances in the management of patient skin dose during interventional x-ray procedures 16 Feb 2015

This video focusses on recent and evolving technological advances that aid the in-lab management of patient skin dose, thus reducing the likelihood of skin burns and hair loss during interventional x-ray procedures. I include both hardware and software features that are driving optimisation in this field. 

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Duration:58 mins

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Dr Andy Rogers

Mr Andy Rogers is Head of Radiation Physics, Medical Physics & Clinical Engineering, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust. He is currently BIR vice-president for External Affairs. He was Chair of the BIR's Radiation Protection Committee. His current research interests are observer studies in radiology/cardiology and skin dose assessment in interventional radiology and cardiology