An MRI scan is a safe and painless test that can provide detailed pictures of organs and other structures inside your body.Is having a MRI safe?
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is very safe and most people are able to have the procedure. But in some instances an MRI scan may not be recommended. Before having an MRI scan, you should tell medical staff if: The strong magnets used during the scan can affect any metal implants or fragments in your body.What is a MRI Safety Officer?
The MRI Safety Director (Officer) is responsible for MRI facility safety inspections with an approved safety inspector, to include quench pipe inspections and cryogen maintenanceincluding record maintenance of each.Are You MRi safe?
Because MRI does not involve the use of x-rays, it is safe for the majority of people. Certain people, however, may be unable to undergo the procedure.