A More Efficient Way to View and Store X Ray Images

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Pacs monitors

Since dental x rays were first discovered in 1895, radiology has been used to study the internal images of the human body. During an x ray, fast electrons are produced in a stream until they are stopped by a metal plate. Picture archiving and communication systems, or PACS, have emerged as a way to efficiently store x ray images. Since PACS computers can display high quality, digital images on Pacs monitors, they are being used to replace film images. PACS vendors can provide you with this rising technology, as many benefits are associated with its use.

1. Pacs workstations eliminate the need for film archiving. When a scan or an x ray is completed, the images are stored right on the system for easy access. Since digital storage is decreasing in price, it is becoming increasingly easier to affordably obtain large amounts of storage space. Eliminating the need for image hard copies also frees up physical storage space, and this space can then be used for more important matters.

2. PACS can be utilized in a variety of different medical settings. PACS vendors will ensure that your system is able to display the images of numerous medical imaging instruments. Ultrasounds, mammograms, positron emission tomography, endoscopy, computed tomography, ophthalmology, and digital radiography, among many others, are all compatible with Pacs computers. They can also be used in emergency rooms, operating rooms, and imaging centers as well.

3. PACS allow for remote access. Since the images are stored in the system, they can be viewed by other personnel who have access to the system. Even if a doctor is hundreds of miles away, he or she can view the images that another medical center has taken. Since many doctors need to send images out for further review, PACS make this easier than having to mail the physical images out.

PACS are an emerging technology that many medical centers are adopting. Since they eliminate the need for film images and can store mass amounts of digital images on them, they have proven to be a practical option for doctors to use. If you choose to utilize this technology, PACS vendors are able to provide it to you so that you can experience all the benefits it has to offer.

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Comments (6)

  • Ernest Montomery

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    My brother is an XRAY tech! I think Ill have to ask him about these the next time I see him. I think I can picture what these are, is that what I see on screens that show like images of the brain and stuff?

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  • Jasmine Tate

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    These sound expensive. Before I equip my office with one of these, how much will it run me? I do need to free up space, thats for sure, and these seem efficient enough to handle anything. But will it cost me seven figures?

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  • Glenn Garrett

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    These sound expensive. Before I equip my office with one of these, how much will it run me? I do need to free up space, thats for sure, and these seem efficient enough to handle anything. But will it cost me seven figures?

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  • Linda Weaver

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    These sound expensive. Before I equip my office with one of these, how much will it run me? I do need to free up space, thats for sure, and these seem efficient enough to handle anything. But will it cost me seven figures?

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  • Allison Hudson

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    These sound expensive. Before I equip my office with one of these, how much will it run me? I do need to free up space, thats for sure, and these seem efficient enough to handle anything. But will it cost me seven figures?

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  • David Thompson

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    These sound expensive. Before I equip my office with one of these, how much will it run me? I do need to free up space, thats for sure, and these seem efficient enough to handle anything. But will it cost me seven figures?

    Reply

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