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A radiographer, also known as a radiologic technologist, takes x-rays or uses other imaging equipment to get a clear image of parts of a patient's body
radiographers are responsible for explaining proper imaging procedures to patients, positioning patients correctly, and producing x-rays or other images for a doctor to be able to make an accurate diagnosis and treatment plan for the patient. Various types of radiographers can take images of the body's tissues, bones, organs and blood vessels. According to the Maryland Hospital Association, it is critical to administer radiologic procedures with as much care as possible in order to prevent overexposure to radiation, both for the patient and the radiologist. Radiographers must communicate effectively with both patients and doctors because they are all responsible for good health outcomes.
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