Speaking of the fixed filming bed, there is no doubt that filming is for the patient. Is there any difference between filming on the fixed filming bed and conventional filming? Let’s take a look below.
The bedside chest radiograph is to facilitate the inpatients and intraoperative patients who cannot or are not easy to move, and to carry out examinations for critically ill patients in a timely and effective manner. However, some patients request bedside filming for various reasons.
1. The technical parameters of mobile X-ray machines are generally low, such as small capacity, which is greatly affected by power fluctuations, which may have a greater impact on image quality.
2. The mobile X-ray machine moves and bumps for a long time, the maintenance of the equipment is difficult to improve, and the quality assurance and quality control are not satisfactory.
3. The mobile X-ray machine pays attention to portability and mobility, and will not be equipped with too many auxiliary facilities. Even some routine inspection items are difficult, such as standing chest radiographs and standing abdominal plain radiographs at the bedside. It’s hard to complete.
4. X-ray examination has radiation damage. The walls, doors and windows of the radiology department are treated with radiation protection as required. However, the general ward does not have these protective measures. When the bedside film is taken, the patient and the filming technician will accept more The radiation dose of the patient, the patient’s family, the patients in the same room and even the medical staff in the ward may also receive unnecessary radiation.