What Is Filmless?
Using the computed radiology technology to view and analyze images
The computed radiology technology captures the images on the photo-stimulable plate, which is then scanned. The image is stored on a server. Users can log on to the site using their personalized user IDs and view the image within minutes of the procedure.
The Script for Laser Cut Film Strips
The laser cutting templates can be used on their own. They can be used to cut non-film materials into shapes. If you want to do anything, you have to do laser cut materials.
You can change the PITCH variable to cut short film strips. You can change the PERFS variable to double for double film strips. The sketch can be changed to accommodate different output options.
The sketch variables are set below. "AUDIO_RATE" is important to pay attention to if you plan on using audio. The maximum sample rate of your audio is determined by the resolution of your printer.
The maximum number of lines that can be used to describe the audio in a printed soundtrack can be determined by a formula. The soundtrack sample rate can be used in both the filmless_processing.pde and filmless_calibration.pde sketches. The sketch is more about the calibration.
The image's defaultdpi is 72. Your printer is likely to be able to print at a higher density. 600, 1200, 2880 and beyond.
Optimal retrieval of long term archive images
The image can never be lost and is always accessible. The image will be accessible from the long term archive within minutes if it is not on the short term server. It is not acceptable in the children's age range for a repeat radiograph to be taken because the image is missing.
It is helpful to compare the current chest image with previous chest images on the same infant. It is not useful to have an abdominal or wrist image in addition to the chest images to interrupt the assessment of a progressive change in lung pathology. When looking at the current abdominal or wrist image, it is the same as looking at the previous images of the same body part.
It is important to compare the current healing tibial fracture with the earlier images of the same injury to assess its true state. The patient had a fractured pelvis two years ago. It would be meaningless to compare the current appearance of the healing tibial fracture with the last image taken of the healing pelvic fracture.