Idea Exchange: Initially recording X-ray settings prevents headaches later

Jul 01, 2007
By staff

When taking radiographs, I jot down the technique settings used on the X-ray envelope. Then if I need to repeat radiographs (e.g. to evaluate fracture healing or urolith dissolution), I am guaranteed to get repeatable density and contrast on my films.

Dr. Kim Utech
Glendale, Wis.