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Device: Chest X-ray
Manufacturer: Philips
Model: Digital Diagnost VR
Location: United Kingdom, Buckinghamshire
12,712
2000

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Device: Chest X-ray
Manufacturer: Siemens
Model: Klinograph
Location: Germany, Hamburg
3,780
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1992

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Device: Chest X-ray
Manufacturer: Philips
Model: THORAVISION
Location: Germany, Hamburg
6,300
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2000

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Device: Chest X-ray
Manufacturer: Siemens
Model: Axiom Multix MP
Location: United Kingdom, Buckinghamshire
87,942
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2006

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Device: Chest X-ray
Manufacturer: Siemens
Model: Axiom Multix MP
Location: United Kingdom, Buckinghamshire
87,942
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2007

Chest X-ray may also be referred to as :

X-ray, Chest Unit | Radiographic Unit, Chest, Multibeam Equalization | Multibeam Equalization Radiographic Unit | Chest X-ray Unit | Chest Radiographic Unit | Radiographic Unit, Chest
 

Tips for buying Chest X-ray

  1. Buyers in the market for Chest Radiographic Units should consider an x-ray generator with 3-phase, 12-pulse output or the equivalent with an appropriate power rating; an x-ray tube with a dual focal spot; and an anode with a high-speed rotor.
  2. For chest x-ray procedures, a 5 kW generator is acceptable. If other projections - such as lumbar spine - are necessary, users should consider an 80 kW generator.
  3. An external cassette holder is one of the available options, which allows the use of either portrait or landscape alignment of 35 × 43 cm film.
  4. Another option on some Multibeam Equalization Radiographic Units is film-size interchangeability.
  5. There are several advantages to digital chest x-ray systems over conventional chest radiographic units. The main one is that the dynamic range of digital imaging receptors is much larger than that of x-ray film. While x-ray film can record exposure differences of approximately 100:1, digital imaging receptors record differences of approximately 10,000:1. This large dynamic range allows a wider range of exposures, diminishing the need for additional exposures.
  6. Other benefits of direct digital chest x-ray imaging include: post processing features, electronic storage, and networking capability.
  7. Chest Radiographic Unit image quality is defined by pixel size and the signal-to-noise characteristics of the detector. Digital chest x-ray systems must produce high-quality radiographs fast and effectively.
  8. Some systems can read out and process an image in less than 10 seconds, while nontraditional techniques take over a minute. This time is not the same as the cycle time. Some systems with longer image-readout time can re-expose the patient before the final image is ready. Therefore, even the busiest system only needs to process up to 60 images per hour.
  9. To deliver images to radiologists without further manipulation, advanced chest x-ray image processing must be available after the image is produced.
  10. Advanced applications, such as dual energy subtraction, temporal subtraction, and computer-aided detection, can be done with digital image capture. This allows collecting more information from simple chest x-rays.
  11. To facilitate future network additions, all newly purchased equipment should be compliant with the DX class of the DICOM 3.0 standard.
  12. Suppliers need to provide DICOM-conformance statements. These should explain in detail which information objects, service classes, and data encoding are supported by the chest x-ray system. The statements should be inspected by a competent specialist, and should share the same format and vocabulary to facilitate comparisons between suppliers.
  13. Facilities should verify compatibility among components if they plan to integrate the chest radiographic unit with other x-ray components.
  14. Facilities should consider overhead patient-support bars in departments examining extremely ill or debilitated patients.
  15. Some chest x-ray units require keypunch cards or file cards for patient identification. Others accept both.
  16. A stereo-shift option for depth-perception studies or support belts for securing the patient against the unit are not offered by all chest x-ray manufacturers.
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