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If the user tions and cycle. Introduction 1. It is designed to scan cassettes containing phosphor screens CR plates using patented technology. CR plates are transported past a scanning head without bending or using rollers.
Page Pre-Installation 2. This will void the warranty. Page Power Switch Location While the unit is scanning the yellow light will blink. It is important the system is placed on a table, stand or wall mount that provides adequate support.
Page Hardware Installation 4. Systems are shipped with a standard NEMA hospital grade cable. The cable needs to be changed depending on the male end, which varies from country to country. Carefully slide the computer into the computer mounting bracket Figure 3. Figure 3. Attach the large wall mounting plate against wall at desired height.
Allow the contractor to determine the proper screws to fasten the large wall mounting plate to the wall. Software Installation 4.
This software package will allow the user to interface with the CR unit. Page System Operation 2. Make sure the USB 2. Power on the computer.
This will ensure that the cassette stays clean and usable. Gently push the top of the cassette into place. If loaded correctly, the user will see the white guide lines around the edge of the cassette. Close the bay door. Page 30 6. Select the anatomy by mousing over the skeleton on the left hand side of the Quality Processing Center dialog. Select the cassette size by clicking the correct button i. This will start the scan. Remove any collimation by using the Auto Crop located in the main toolbar , Mask, or User Mask located in the Image Processing dialog functions.
Return to the Patient Information window. Select the patient s to send to a PACS or viewing station. If you wish to send more than one patient, hold the Ctrl key down and left mouse click to select multiple patients.
Cleaning the Outside of the Cassette 1. Moisten a clean, lint-free cloth with a mild soap or detergent using soft water. Gently wipe down the imaging plate with the clean, lint-free cloth. Alterna- tively, if the patient is already in the patient list, select the patient and click the Edit button on the Patient information dialog. Shows the currently selected anatomy 2. Scan preview: once the user has begun the scan, a preview image will appear as the plate scans.
It may not be available in every country. Be sure to take note of the current settings before entering the new values. The values will be overwritten and there is no way to recover them. The user will have to manually switch between settings when switching between general radiography and mammography.
Click Ok again in the CR Settings window to save the settings. Hold down the middle mouse Open an image for viewing. Select either the Left or Right marker. Click the Mask button. To remove the collimation mask, select the Mask button again. Hold the left mouse button down on the start region and move the mouse to the end of the mask region. Repeat step 4 for each exposure. After the user has completed selecting the number of exposures, the masks will appear on the image.
Select an anatomy from the CR Preset box. Click the Process button to begin the processing. The user may press the Reset button to restore the original image data set. After the user clicks on the drop down menu, an interface appears showing two sliders.
Move the mouse to where the second endpoint will be. Left mouse click on the are of the image to set the second endpoint. Extended Line Annotation Creates a straight line that passes through the image. Hold down the left mouse button on the part of the image that is desired to start drawing then drag the mouse. Continue to hold the left mouse button and draw as necessary. This can be in inches, cm, mm and pixels. Select the Measurement button from the annotations toolbar. Select the Cobb Angle button on the annotations toolbar.
Left mouse click on the area of the image to set the third point. Left mouse click on the area of the image to set the fourth point. The center line of these four points will be drawn on the image. Select the Templates button on the annotations toolbar. Measurements Units Used to toggle between the current measurement units.
Delete All Annotations Used to permanently remove all annotations from the currently selected images. Move the mouse over the annotation onto any part of it except the handles i. The icon will change to the moving annotations icon. Left mouse click on the annotations and drag it anywhere on the image.
In the patient information window, enter patient and study information. Select patient and study. Select Add Barcode button. Using a barcode reader, scan the barcode of an unexposed cassette.
In the patient information window, select the Find Barcode Edit box. Using a barcode reader, scan the barcode of the exposed cassette. Select the anatomy information for the study. There is an option in the scan interface settings that requires the user to scan the barcode before they are able to scan cassettes into the interface.
When archiving is completed a message will appear informing the user of the archive location. Note the current date and time is used for the folder name of the archived database. To search a particular archive, select the archive location by selecting the Browse button. The user can either: a Select Find to open the entire database.
Note The user will only need to do this once. The queried patients will appear in the patient list. Select existing or add a New Facility.
Select existing or add a new Findings and Impressions Code. Click on the Stitch button in the toolbar. Note This will only appear in the toolbar when the user has installed the stitching module software. Organize the images in the correct viewing order. Note that no matter what the users selects for orientation horizontal or vertical that the software will only stitch vertically.
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XC touchscreen acquisition with ICE-M Enhancement Processing provides all-new features including, "Image Display State" to ensure balanced presentation of both soft tissue, overlapping bone structures, and automatic analysis of image characteristics to optimize processing. XC provides superior quality images existing X-ray room equipment while being ultra precise. Image Capture Review iCRco. Innovative Computed Radiography Although computed radiography technology has been widely accepted, other major manufacturers follow the same pattern of removing the costly phosphor plates and running them through rollers in their CR readers.
Medical Imaging Store. Description: The iCR's patented design incorporates a true flat scan path, an ultra precise scan mechanism, and protective cassettes to produce over , high resolution images per plate. Nothing ever touches the active area of the phosphor plate resulting in an artifact free image. Unlike most CR products, the iCR uses no rollers to transport the plate across the scan head. A positive traction drive system ensures perfect artifact free reproduction. The iCR has been designed to be used in General Radiology, Orthopedics, Dental and Pediatric applications as well as complement existing centralized CR installations. Its up to 90 plates per hour throughput makes it ideal for medium to high volume environments.