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OREX Table Top Distributed CR
Distributed CR vs. Centralized CR
- Increase workflow.
- Closer to the patient.
- Caregiver stays close to the patient.
- Eliminate lines at the central reader.
- Provides more redundancy.
- PcCR Table top unit processes 41 plates/ hour.
- Standard film sizes: 14X17, 14X14, 10X12, 8X10.
- PcCR 1417 is placed AT THE RAD ROOM NEAR THE GENERATOR.
Anatomical User Screen
The Solution: Acquisition
- Take your images in the normal manner using reusable
phosphor plates in place of film.
- Insert entire cassette into PcCr 1417 Scanner.
- Scan, digitize, QC, then DICOM send.
- Plate automatically erases and returns to cassette.
OR - Acquire Software
- Window and Leveling
- Magnify and Zoom
- Multiple screen viewing
- Annotations and measurements
- CD Burning
- Invert Grayscale
- Modality worklist
- Flip, Rotate, and Pan
- DICOM Send
- DICOM Print (optional)
Orex Image Manipulation
- Better dynamic range when using Orex anatomical
- Image quality is greatly enhanced with window leveling,
flip, rotate, histogram manipulation and PM gain adjustment.
- Automatic adjustment for different RAD rooms/film
- Region of Interest magnification.
PcCR 1417- Features and Benefits
- Intuitive acquisition software allows better user
- Small footprint, compact for placement IN THE RAD ROOM
for increased workflow.
- Lowest cost, highest performance ratio in industry.
- Image quality and manipulation second to none.
- Full DICOM 3 Compliance.
- Ideal for any single RAD Room.
The Solution: Net Working
- The X-Ray tech QC’s the image at the acquisition
station IN THE RAD ROOM and DICOM sends to the net work for review and
- DICOM print if/when hard copy is needed.
- DICOM store and retrieval.
- Import work list from HIS/RIS with patient
- Store in a multi-modality patient file.
The Orex Remote Diagnosis via Modem and PC Anywhere