7. The practice of medical imaging technology and radiation oncology consists in using ionizing radiation, radioelements and other forms of energy for treatment or to produce images or data for diagnostic or therapeutic purposes.
The following activities in the practice of medical imaging technology and radiation oncology are reserved to medical imaging technologists and radiation oncology technologists:
(1) administering prescribed medications or other prescribed substances;
(2) using ionizing radiation, radioelements or other forms of energy, according to a prescription;
(3) monitoring reactions to medications and other substances;
(4) introducing an instrument, according to a prescription, in and beyond the pharynx or beyond the urinary meatus, labia majora or anal margin or into a peripheral vein or artificial opening; and
(5) mixing substances to complete the preparation of a medication, according to a prescription.
1973, c. 47, s. 7; 1994, c. 40, s. 450; 2002, c. 33, s. 31; 2009, c. 35, s. 73.