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Sign language in the CT suite: a new approach in communicating between radiologists and radiographers

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ABSTRACT

When performing CT‐guided procedures or angiographic procedures, radiologists performing procedures need to communicate with radiographers at a workstation behind radiation shielding glass. As shielding renders verbal communication impossible, we have developed a set of standardised hand signals for use at our department to help us achieve clear and efficient communication between radiologists and radiographers while performing CT‐guided or angiographic procedures.

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Mentions: Table in – point in the direction of the CT gantry to signal for the table to be moved inwards. (Fig. 7)


Sign language in the CT suite: a new approach in communicating between radiologists and radiographers
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Mentions: Table in – point in the direction of the CT gantry to signal for the table to be moved inwards. (Fig. 7)

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

ABSTRACT

When performing CT‐guided procedures or angiographic procedures, radiologists performing procedures need to communicate with radiographers at a workstation behind radiation shielding glass. As shielding renders verbal communication impossible, we have developed a set of standardised hand signals for use at our department to help us achieve clear and efficient communication between radiologists and radiographers while performing CT‐guided or angiographic procedures.

No MeSH data available.