Worldwide Implementation of Digital Imaging in Radiology

IAEA Human Health Series No. 28

Subject Classification: 0103-Medical physics (including dosimetry)

English STI/PUB/1647; (ISBN:978-92-0-102114-4); 195 pp.; 14 figures; € 60.00; Date Published: 2015

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Providing a basic introduction to digital technology and digital networks, the publication also gives an overview of the issues to consider when implementing such technology in diagnostic radiology. In an area that is under rapid development, it provides a careful analysis of the principles and advice on implementation and sustainability of digital imaging and teleradiology. The transition from film to digitally based medical imaging is complex and requires knowledge and planning to be successful. This comprehensive resource guide contains information on the needs and implications of a transition to digital imaging with case studies for different facilities requiring different levels of communication connectivity. It is aimed at hospital administrators and managers, radiologists and radiographers/technologists, medical physicists and clinical engineers as well as information technology staff.

IAEA Human Health, Medical Physics, Diagnostic Imaging, Biomedical Radiography, Diagnosis of Diseases, Digital Technology, Implementation, Cooperation, Sustainability, Digital Imaging, Films, Transition, WHO, Communication, Digital Networks, Case Studies, Radiological Personnel, Medical Personnel, Quality Control, Analysis, Dosimetry

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