(1) The RA/RPA shall evaluate the day's schedule of procedures with the supervising radiologist or the radiologist designate and determine where the RA/RPA's skills will be best utilized.
(2) After demonstrating competency, the RA/RPA, under the general supervision of the supervising radiologist or the radiologist designate, may perform the following procedures:
(a) fluoroscopic procedures (static and dynamic) ;
(b) arthrograms, pursuant to 37-14-301 , MCA; and
(c) peripheral venograms, pursuant to 37-14-301 , MCA.
(3) The RA/RPA may make initial observations of diagnostic images and forward them to the supervising radiologist.
(4) The RA/RPA shall assess and evaluate the psychological and physiological responsiveness of each patient.
(5) The RA/RPA shall participate in patient management, including acquisition of additional imaging for completion of the exam and record documentation in medical records.
(6) The RA/RPA shall administer intravenous contrast media or glucagon under the supervision of a radiologist or the attending physician pursuant to 37-14-301 , MCA.
(7) "Radiologist designate", as used in this rule, means a radiologist, MD who has been named radiologist designate by the supervising radiologist, MD. The radiologist designate must reside in Montana and have a current Montana license.