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2017 AAPM Annual Meeting - Session: EI DI Oh! Implementation and interpretation of the Exposure Indicator for Digital Radiography


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Use of the Deviation Index (DI) for Quality Control in Digital Radiography
Aaron Jones, PhD UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
kyle.jones@mdanderson.org


Handout(s): 127-35672-418554-126464.pdf
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Current Implementation Status of IEC Standard 62494-1: Exposure Index (EI) for Digital Radiography - Ryan Fisher, PhD The Cleveland Clinic
Current Implementation Status of IEC Standard 62494-1: Exposure Index (EI) for Digital Radiography - Katie Hulme, MS The Cleveland Clinic
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Use of the Deviation Index (DI) for Quality Control in Digital Radiography - Jaydev Dave, PhD Thomas Jefferson University
Considerations and Strategies for Setting Target Exposure Indicator (EIT) Values in Digital Radiography - Robert MacDougall, Boston Children's Hospital
Considerations and Strategies for Setting Target Exposure Indicator (EIT) Values in Digital Radiography - Charles Willis, PhD MD Anderson Cancer Center
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