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Are the construction materials of the radiography table lead-lined for radiation protection?

Radiography tables are typically constructed with materials that provide radiation protection, and one common feature is the use of lead lining. Lead is an effective and dense material that absorbs and attenuates X-ray radiation, thereby reducing radiation exposure to the individuals nearby. The tabletop of the X-ray radiography table is often lead-lined to ensure that scattered radiation is minimized, protecting both patients and healthcare professionals during imaging procedures.

In addition to lead lining, X-ray tables may also incorporate other materials with radiation-shielding properties. The construction is designed to meet regulatory standards for radiation safety in medical imaging. Regular quality assurance checks are conducted to ensure that the X-ray tables maintain their integrity and continue to provide effective radiation protection in the radiology environment. Whatsapp:+86 18953613955. Email: service@newheek.com

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