Is there any difference between the X-ray film bed and our ordinary bed?
In our imaging examination, we often use the film length, so what is the difference between the film bed we use and the ordinary bed in our daily life?
Before talking about this problem, we need to know the placement of each component in the X-ray inspection. In simple terms, the X-ray machine is at the forefront, emits X-rays, and after penetrating the human body, the remaining X-rays are projected onto the imaging medium (film). /flat panel detector), and finally to the imaging output.
If a film bed is used, then we can imagine that the patient is lying on the film bed, and the cassette or flat panel detector is generally installed under the film bed board. This installation position makes our filming bed different from the bed in daily life.
The difference is that the bed board of the filming bed must have a good penetration rate for the X-ray machine. Generally, we will use acrylic or MDF as the production material.