“Static DR is the past, dynamic DR is the future.” So what makes dynamic DR gradually replace static DR? The following is to explore this topic.The advantages of using static DR to take pictures are high efficiency, low cost and low radiation, which were favored by many imaging technicians in the early stage. However, in the face of complex disease examination scenarios, the original limitations of static DR cannot meet the clinical diagnostic needs. Due to the characteristics of its two-dimensional flat film, it cannot accurately display the spatial location of the three-dimensional object when scanning and examining it, and all the information is concentrated in the two-dimensional image, which makes it impossible to accurately diagnose overlapping foci, tiny fuzzy foci, hidden foci, adhesion, etc., and is prone to cause leakage of diagnosis and misdiagnosis. Misdiagnosis.
Dynamic digital radiography technology can greatly improve the quality control of X-ray image through multi-angle dynamic real-time image observation, and at the same time, for many parts of the diagnostic film can provide the perspective of motor function and assessment reference, which can further enhance the accuracy of screening and diagnosis. Especially in the chest, bone and joint and abdominal imaging examination compared with the conventional static DR examination, dynamic DR has its incomparable clinical application advantages.
Secondly, with the application of CT and MRI, it can be seen that imaging technology and imaging has been developing in the direction of dynamization, three-dimensionalization and functionalization, while the platform based on static DR is limited by its hardware structure and software operation, and cannot be upgraded and applied dynamically on this basis, so the clinical application will be more and more limited.
Therefore, with the requirements of high-quality development of medicine put forward, as well as changes in clinical application needs, static DR has been unable to meet the needs of medical development, and dynamic DR inevitably becomes the future development trend.
The PLX8100 series of dynamic digital X-ray imaging system launched by Perlove Medical in recent years highlights the value of dynamic DR over static DR. PLX8100 is equipped with a high-performance 100 μm flat panel, 4K*4K acquisition matrix combined with 100 μm pixel size, which can clearly display small lesions. The dynamic frame rate of up to 30 frames/s allows rapid switching between dynamic and static images, which enables real-time spotting and rapid capture of instantaneous key images.