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Device: Motorized X-ray View-box
Manufacturer: AMS
Model: Mammolux 1360-P
Location: United States, Florida
Negotiable
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Device: Motorized X-ray View-box
Manufacturer: RADX
Model: MV-4000A
Location: United States, Texas
6,000
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Device: Motorized X-ray View-box
Manufacturer: Control Research
Model: Rolloscope M
Location: United States, Illinois
2,500
1998

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Device: Motorized X-ray View-box
Manufacturer: AMS
Model: Rotolux 220
Location: Germany, North Rhine-Westphalia
Rating: 93%
5,670
1999

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Device: Motorized X-ray View-box
Manufacturer: AMS
Model: Mammolux 1360-P
Location: United States, California
12,750
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Device: Motorized X-ray View-box
Manufacturer: AMS
Model: Mammolux 680-P
Location: United States, California
9,750
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Device: Motorized X-ray View-box
Manufacturer: AMS
Model: Mammolux 680-P
Location: United States, California
10,500
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Motorized X-ray View-box may also be referred to as :

X-ray Viewer | Motorized X-ray Film Viewer | Motorized Radiographic Film Viewer | Mammography Viewer | Imaging Film Viewer | Film Viewer | Viewbox, X-ray, Motorized | Motorized X-ray Illuminator | Motorized Negatoscope | Motorized Mammography View Box
 

Tips for buying Motorized X-ray View-box

  1. The capacity requirements and future reading practices of the facility are the most important factors when selecting a Motorized Radiographic Film Viewer (motorized x-ray view box). Another important consideration with x-ray viewer units is reliability, because radiologists cannot afford any delay in the reporting process.
  2. Facilities that are interested in a motorized x-ray film viewer should first determine whether it is actually needed, based on an assessment of throughput. If only two or three films are reviewed for each patient, a motorized x-ray view-box will probably not improve efficiency and productivity. When medical facilities expect a large number of films to be reviewed, such an motorized radiographic film viewer may be needed.
  3. Motorized x-ray view- boxes for mammography should have a higher film capacity than general-purpose motorized x-ray film viewers. They should accommodate an average of 600 films, while general-purpose motorized x-ray view-boxes are required to accommodate only about 200 films. Mammography viewers should hold more images and be able to view about 8 images simultaneously, while general-purpose view boxes should be able to view only 4 images simultaneously.
  4. These devices (also known as Motorized Negatoscopes) are offered with several different options, ranging from security codes to automatic shutoff features. Facilities should consider the necessity of these options based on their needs.
  5. Brighter hot lights and masking devices should be provided by mammography x-ray viewers for the reviewer's use.
  6. Facilities considering both general radiographic and mammography films may want to end up only with mammography x-ray viewer boxes, which incorporate the bright spot and masking features. This will reduce redundant expenses.
  7. There is a growing use of film-less review of clinical images on computer displays due to the proliferation of digital imaging.
  8. When looking at all the motorized Negatoscope options, Facilities should look into the future reading practices of their radiologists before purchasing new film viewing equipment.
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