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As a result, emergency room physicians are increasingly turning to computed radiography CR and digital radiography DR combined with an integrated picture archiving and communication system PACS when triaging patients.
Granted, I was shooting ISO film vs. ISO digital, but even digital images at ISO are going to have much less grain than film. Again, grain is going to vary not only with the film but also with the camera, the lens, scan, and the post processing. Film vs. Digital: A Comparison of the Advantages and Disadvantages Once the almighty reason to shoot with analog film over digital, dynamic range is no longer the huge debate it once was in. This is due to the fact that high resolution details in film get lower contrast, whereas on digital, everything resolved appears at a fairly high contrast. Let’s look at the black and white results.
The move from traditional film to digital X-ray makes the images immediately available to doctors anywhere in the hospital, or even on computers outside the hospital. Reshoots for over or under exposure can also be corrected electronically instead of having to shoot the image again.
The move to digital can also save large amounts of time and money. A Frost and Sullivan study evaluating the U. CR systems currently boast a lower cost and are easy to use.
However, many users believe DR may eclipse CR as the preferred X-ray option because it is much faster, higher quality, does not require removable cassettes and uses a lower radiation dose. Many hospitals initially converted from film screen to CR because it is cheaper than DR and they can just retrofit their old X-ray equipment using CR cassettes.
She said the CR machines are now reserved as backup and see use in the OR. Quick said CR was not much faster than using film and it took about a minute to load an image into the system, where as DR only takes three seconds.
The time difference means a lot, since the ER conducts 66, imaging procedures annually. One has a panel mounted on the wall and the second is in a table. The speed of DR combined with the elimination of darkrooms, darkroom technicians, film, chemicals, film storage, and file room clerks, has saved the hospital significant amounts of money.
Quick also said patient waiting times have decreased. CR and DR can also help older hospital ERs, which were not originally designed or have the space for the large volumes of patients they see today.
This was the case of St. Radiology was located two floors above the ER, which ate up a lot of staff time due to transport and waiting for images. The and have a byinch detector size, and the uses cassettes up to a size of Even with the loss of ER space, he said efficiency has increased, so patient waiting times have dropped.
He said his DR system has as much clarity as film, and when compared to CR is faster, has better image quality and uses a lower radiation dose. He also argues that while the purchasing cost of CR is cheaper than DR, there is a cost savings with DR in the long run.
DR is so much faster than CR that it has actually allowed me to reduce the number of X-ray rooms we have.
He said similar to film, CR requires a new cassette to be used for each patient. This exposes patients to more radiation than they used to using film.
However, as with many new innovations in technology, change is sometimes a tough pill for clinicians to swallow.
Joseph's was the first of the five hospitals in Syracuse to go completely digital with a PACS system. Whitmarsh said there was a lot of resistance from doctors who were used to viewing X-rays on film, not via a CD they had to load onto the computer. He said the positive message has been received from some, including one doctor who said remote access to the hospital's PACS system saves him so much time that he can see more patients each day, making his business more profitable than before.
To optimize the benefits of DR technology Whitmarsh said hospitals may have to change how they operate. Quick said any conversion to new technology in a hospital is difficult and resistance is expected from staff who worked with an older technology for years.Compare and Contrast Digital and Film Cameras.
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This is due to the fact that high resolution details in film get lower contrast, whereas on digital, everything resolved appears at a fairly high contrast.
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