fluorographic

fluorographic

(ˌflʊərəˈɡræfɪk)
adj
of or pertaining to fluorography
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MP Alfiya Samigullina (SDPK party) noted the importance of additional fluorographic machines for the full coverage of the population.
(30, 34) and use: collimation, optimized patient position in relation to the tube and detector, pulsed rather than continuous fluoroscopy with as low frame rate as possible, as few fluorographic DSA runs as possible, and image hold techniques where possible.
Well, are not the buses with fluorographic apparatus, which were used to examine the population in the prevention of tuberculosis, what Marie Sklodowska Curie imagined, created and implemented in practice [17-19]?
Key points for safe practice * Minimize fluoroscopy time * Minimize the number of fluorographic images * Use patient-dose reduction technologies * Use good imaging-chain geometry * Use collimation * Use all available information to plan the interventional procedure * Position yourself in a low-scatter area * Use protective shielding * Use appropriate fluoroscopic imaging equipment * Obtain appropriate training * Wear your dosimeters and know your own dose Source: Miller, DL, Vano, E, Bartal G.
System of x-ray fluorographic examination for early detection of lung cancer [in Russian].
The following factors should be considered to help minimize fluorographic exposure.
Fluorographic diagnosis of bronchopneumonia in calves and its economic effectiveness.