Posted by: Lynne Ruess, MD , Julee Eing, CRA, RT(R) , Sarah Cline, CRA, RT(R) on Jan 21, 2021


If your child receives an X-ray at Nationwide Children’s Hospital after March 1, 2021, you’ll notice a difference. They won’t have to wear a shield, sometimes called a lead apron.

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