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X-Ray

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X-Ray

A chest radiograph, called a chest X-ray (CXR), or chest film, is a projection radiograph of the chest used to diagnose conditions affecting the chest, its contents, and nearby structures. Chest radiographs are the most common film taken in medicine.

The process of having an X-ray taken only takes a few minutes and is completely safe. After your doctor takes your X-ray, they will discuss their findings and may recommend the proper next steps that you should take to get the proper treatment.

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Mobile X-ray examination

Prioritized focus areas of the most recent innovations in mobile X-Ray were on advancing imaging technology as well as on improving the ergonomics of imaging systems to reduce the stress and strain on radiologic technicians and radiologists. They’ve also incorporated artificial intelligence (AI) tools to improve the operational and reading workflows. Portable X-Ray systems are an important imaging resource that can easily reach patients in the Emergency Department (ED), operating room, or any in-patient area, but can create stress and strain for the technologist who needs to position detectors behind patients, and position patients for each image, or for the radiologists who are reading them. Effective imaging equipment needs to be efficient and generate clinically consistent imaging, but also needs to alleviate the physical challenges associated with operating it that may cause stress and strain, as well as the need to repeat imaging acquisitions.

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