An appeal for safe and appropriate imaging of children.

@article{Swensen2014AnAF,
  title={An appeal for safe and appropriate imaging of children.},
  author={S. Swensen and J. Duncan and Rosemary M. Gibson and S. Muething and Rebecca LeBuhn and J. Rexford and Carol Wagner and Stephen R Smith and Becky DeMers and R. Morin and J. Santa and C. Homer},
  journal={Journal of patient safety},
  year={2014},
  volume={10 3},
  pages={
          121-4
        }
}
DO YOU AGREE?○ That our nation’s children deserve safe and appropriate medical imaging.○ That when used properly, medical imaging is lifesaving.○ That there are risks to almost every aspect of health care. For medical imaging, one of the risks includes exposing children to radiation.○ That parents m 

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