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What safety measures are in place to protect patients and medical personnel when using DR X-ray machines?

Digital Radiography (DR) X-ray machines, like traditional X-ray systems, incorporate several safety measures to protect both patients and medical personnel:

1. Lead Aprons and Shields: Radiologic technologists use lead aprons and shields to minimize exposure to ionizing radiation.

2. Collimation: Precision collimators focus X-ray beams on the specific area of interest, reducing unnecessary radiation exposure to surrounding tissues.

3. Time and Distance: Minimizing the time of exposure and maintaining a safe distance from the X-ray source help reduce radiation exposure.

4. Patient Positioning: Proper positioning of patients ensures accurate imaging and minimizes the need for repeated exposures.

The above are only some of the measures to effectively protect against radiation, but they do not represent all of them. These safety measures collectively contribute to the safe and effective use of DR X-ray machines in medical settings. Whatsapp:+86 18953613955. Email: service@newheek.com


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