There is a legal obligation to fully inform patients about proposed treatments or procedures, and the patients has to agree or disagree with proposed treatment. Patients must be provided with adequate information for them to make an informed decision. Radiographic procedures must be explained fully to the patient and to parents/guardians/carers using words they can understand.
Patients must be provided with adequate information for them to make an informed decision. The clinician must explain.
The purpose and potential benefits of radiographs: The implications for treatment outcome by not proceeding with the radiographic examination.
• Who the person responsible for exposing the radiographs is.
• The number and type of radiographs to be