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CT How-To Guide: Correct Patient Information Using an Aquilion CT Scanner

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Course information:

This guide will take you through the process of using the Info Change Tool to correct and re-register the patients’ image data and raw data, when a patient was scanned under the incorrect details or when the incorrect patient position was selected.

This guide is for trained CT Radiographers / Practitioners who require a visual guide to refresh their hands-on system training, to enable them to follow the process of correcting demographics in raw data and image data.

The chapters available within this How-To Guide are:

00:21 – Info change tool – Patient /Series

01:03 – Correcting relevant Fields

02:12 – Dose Summary Report

02:57 – Transfer Corrected Images

03:41 – Correcting Raw Data

04:43 – Conclusion

CT Systems:
Aquilion ONE PRISM Edition, Aquilion ONE GENESIS Edition, Aquilion Prime SP, Aquilion PRIME, Aquilion Lightning SP, Aquilion Lightning, Aquilion Exceed LB and Aquilion LB

Software Versions:
V6, V7, V8 & V10

This guide was created on 27th January 2021.  All information contained in this guide was correct at the time of distribution.

Users must report any incident related to this device to Canon Medical Systems as well as their local competent authority responsible for dealing with medical devices. In GB and NI, this is the MHRA.

Relevant CE Marking listed below:

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