Dr. Dake Stanford MRV Protocol available for download.

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Dr. Dake Stanford MRV Protocol available for download.

Postby CureIous » Wed Feb 10, 2010 11:11 am

Hi all, here is Dr. Dake's MRV protocol, it is for the 1.5T GE machines, which are still the industry standard. This is NOT either/or with Dr. Haacke's stellar protocol available online, Dr. Haacke's protocol is for a 3.0 Tesla machine. Two different animals. This was carefully recreated from the original faxed protocols, which were a jumbled mess, to a Word Doc, then converted to PDF. The file is a mere 524Kb for easy dispersal via email or for download. This is just something to add to the arsenal or to take into your friendly neighborhood interventional radiologist along with Dr. Haacke's protocol, which will cover you for the majority of machines that are out there.

Feel free to distribute as you see fit. Thanks.

Click link. Select "Download" button on upper left.


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Postby eve » Wed Feb 10, 2010 11:16 am

Thank you!
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Postby Mechanicallyinclined » Wed Feb 17, 2010 10:27 am

Thanks Mark. More ammunition is always a good thing
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