portable radiography

port·a·ble ra·di·og·ra·phy

making a radiographic film of a patient confined to bed by taking a movable x-ray machine to the room.
Synonym(s): bedside radiography
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Ideal for use by military, first responders or humanitarian organizations, the RadPRO 4kW Portable Radiography System provides digital images which can be previewed within three to five seconds with 125 micron pixel resolution, and features its own power source.
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4 portable radiography for diagnostic tests in the ward, ICU and operating room operationally compatible with all types of beds and rooms present in the hospital.
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