If you have a CT scanning emergency, you might want to think about the risks involved.
Here are some tips to help avoid the risks:1.
Do not wear any masks.
The more layers of clothing you wear, the more likely you are to get CT scans.
Even if you are wearing a mask, make sure you remove it before you have the scan.2.
Do NOT take off your clothes while you are CT scanning.
If you do, you are putting yourself in danger.3.
Do remember to wear gloves when you are working with the CT scanner.4.
When the scan is done, use your hand to pick up a small amount of tissue on the CT scan.
Do this gently so you don’t make a sharp cut.5.
When you get to the room, remove your gloves and let the CT scans slide through the scanner.6.
Make sure to put a blanket over your head while you do the scan, to keep the CT scanning away from your eyes.7.
If it’s your first time CT scanning, remember to make sure your eyes are open.
If your eyes become blocked, you could end up having to see the CT in person.8.
Make an appointment for an appointment.
CT scanners are not always available in all hospitals, so you might have to make a call.
The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke recommends waiting at least 48 hours before a CT is performed to make certain that your eyes aren’t blocked.
If you have an urgent CT scan, call 911 immediately.