Preparing children with a mock scanner training protocol results in high quality structural and functional MRI scans

@inproceedings{Bie2010PreparingCW,
  title={Preparing children with a mock scanner training protocol results in high quality structural and functional MRI scans},
  author={Henrica M. A. de Bie and Maria Boersma and Mike P. Wattjes and Sofie M. Adriaanse and R Jeroen Vermeulen and Kim J. Oostrom and Jaap Huisman and Dick J. Veltman and Henriette A. Delemarre-van de Waal},
  booktitle={European Journal of Pediatrics},
  year={2010}
}
We evaluated the use of a mock scanner training protocol as an alternative for sedation and for preparing young children for (functional) magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). Children with severe mental retardation or developmental disorders were excluded. A group of 90 children (median age 6.5 years, range 3.65–14.5 years) participated in this study. Children were referred to the actual MRI investigation only when they passed the training. We assessed the pass rate of the mock scanner training… CONTINUE READING
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