Is your child about to have an MRI exam? Kids can learn from Fin the Fish everything they need to know about coming to Johns Hopkins for an MRI. Learn more about Johns Hopkins Pediatric Radiology or schedule an exam 443-997-7237. http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/radiology/specialties/pediatric-radiology.html Your child’s MRI exam may or may not use anesthesia. This video explains the process for having a pediatric MRI without anesthesia at Johns Hopkins. The pediatric radiology department at the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center is dedicated to providing a safe, comfortable and friendly environment for children and their families. A specialized team of pediatric radiologists, pediatric technologists, pediatric nurses and a child life specialist partner with you to ensure you and your child have a positive experience with Johns Hopkins radiology. Fin’s Fast Facts: - Your MOST IMPORTANT job is to hold still during the MRI. - Everyone must remove all metal before going into the MRI room to make sure we all stay safe. - Remember to wear comfy clothes that do not have zippers, snaps, glitter or buckles. - A favorite blanket or stuffed animal can go into the MRI scanner with you as long as it does not contain any metal. - You will never be by yourself. A parent or caregiver can stay with you during your MRI, just remember not to talk to each other once the scanning has started. - Since the machine is noisy, we will give you earplugs and headphones. - Some kids say it helps to make a list of questions ahead of time. Lots of people are excited to meet you and ready to answer all your questions!