Have you ever wondered how doctors are able to see inside the human body without cutting it open? The answer lies in the fascinating world of X-ray technology and detectors. There are a variety of different types of X-ray detectors available, each with unique characteristics and benefits.
X-ray detectors are a critical component of medical imaging equipment, enabling accurate and detailed human body imaging. As technology advances, different X-ray detectors have emerged, each with strengths and weaknesses.
- arm DR
- arm DR systems are designed for small spaces, making them ideal for clinics and hospitals. They feature a U-shaped arm that can be easily maneuvered to capture images from different angles.
Floor-mounted DR systems are designed in larger spaces, such as hospitals and imaging centers. They are mounted on the floor and can be easily maneuvered to capture images from different angles.
Motorized Floor-mounted DR
Motorized floor-mounted DR systems are similar to floor-mounted DR systems, but they are equipped with motors allowing greater flexibility and ease of use. They are ideal for use in busy hospitals and imaging centers.
Fluoroscopy DR systems are specialized X-ray systems that produce real-time images of the body. They are commonly used for procedures such as angiograms and endoscopies.
Vehicle-mounted DR systems are designed to be mounted on vehicles, such as ambulances and mobile clinics. They are ideal for use in remote locations with limited access to medical imaging equipment.
Portable X-ray Generator
Portable X-ray generators are small, lightweight devices that are easily transported to different locations. They are ideal for use in emergencies and remote areas where access to medical imaging equipment is limited.