MRI Scan Technician
An MRI technician, also called a Radiological Technician, Magnetic Resonance (MR) technologist or a Radiographer. Operates the Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) machine. The MR technologist uses the MRI machine to create three-dimensional images of an area of concern to help physicians identify medical issues. MRI technicians work with machines that produce high levels of radiation.
The technician must follow proper procedures to protect patients, co-workers and themselves from unnecessary exposure to radiation. In addition to operating complex medical equipment, the MRI technician prepares the patient for the procedure, keeps detail record of radiation exposure and maintains equipment in proper working order. The radiographer must be able to effectively communicate with patients and doctors.
Duration: 1 Year
Qualification: Passed 12 examination or 10th passed (minimum 60% marks) with the one year working experience in X-Ray/ CT Scan.