MR safe

MR safe

Pert. to an object or instrument that is permitted within a magnetic resonance imaging facility in which very powerful magnetic fields are generated.
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More information can be found in the "ACR Guidance Document on MR Safe Practices: 2013.
MR SAFE HANDS: Keeper Petr Cech is worth his weight in gold to Gunners
Using its mascot Mr Safe, the department periodically conducts food safety awareness programmes for the industry and customers.
Matthew Bailey, Rangers' full back, lived up to his billing as Mr Safe Hands, collecting high ball after high ball.
He is known as Mr Safe both for his reliability and for having Britain's most secure Commons seat.
He added that the department has recently released their Mr Safe mascot on Facebook to help answer food safety queries.
To top it all during a bank holiday weekend of political chaos, there was the surreal sight of Mr Safe Pair of Hands Jack Straw, the Justice Secretary, appearing on television to insist that Ms Blears wasn't being at all disloyal and Intervention and infighting - page 13 was actually very supportive of Mr Brown - a sure sign that the prime minister is unable to sack his warring comrades for fear that to do so would result in a bloodbath of revenge and annihilation for Labour at the General Election.
MR RELIABLE: Phil Jagielka has been hailed by Tim Howard; MR SAFE HANDS: Tim Howard in action for the Blues against Aston Villa; CUP BLOW: Blackburn's Martin Olsson (below) scores the winner in the Carling Cup tie at Ewood Park back in September
The new guidelines suggest that every metal or partly metal object that enters the MR magnet room be labeled as "MR safe," "MR conditional" or "not MR safe.
Lulu outlets are also placing food safety information counters and signboards of Food Control Department's mascot Mr Safe carrying food safety messages in strategic positions.
He is known as Mr Safe, both for his reliability and for having Britain's most secure Commons seat.
People used to call him Mr Safe or Mr Consistency and both of those tags still fit.