IEC 62494-1:2008

Title

Language: EN Medical electrical equipment - Exposure index of digital X-ray imaging systems - Part 1: Definitions and requirements for general radiography

Language: FR Appareils électromédicaux - Indice d'exposition des systèmes d'imagerie numérique à rayonnement X - Partie 1: Définitions et exigences pour la radiographie générale

Abstract

Language: EN IEC 62494-1:2008 specifies definitions and requirements for the exposure index of images acquired with digital X-ray imaging systems. IEC 62494-1:2008 is applicable to digital X-ray imaging systems used in general radiography for producing projection X-ray images for general applications, such as, but not exclusively: - computed radiography (CR) systems based on stimulable phosphors; - flat-panel detector based systems; - charge-coupled device (CCD) based systems. Image intensifier based systems and systems for mammographic or dental application are not covered in this first edition. IEC 62494-1:2008 defines the exposure index only for images generated with a single irradiation event. Images generated from multiple irradiations (e.g., tomosynthetic or dual-energy images, multiple views on a single CR plate) are not covered.

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Language: EN Language: FR
Edition
1.0
Date of issue
13.08.2008
TC 62/SC 62B
ICS Codes
11.040.50
Publication number
62494
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