What Would You Do?

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By AHRA Staff

January 2012—Every month, a hypothetical management situation is posted. You are encouraged to share your thoughts (in the comment box below) on how you would address the issue. Here is this month’s question:

Despite your best efforts to prevent a situation like this, one of your patients was overexposed to radiation during a CT scan. What would you do, and how are you working to prevent this?

Be sure to check out others’ responses and join the discussion.

One comment

  1. Root cause analysis followed by education. A physics consult would also be appropriate.

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