Where to put the bucky stand when the chest radiograph is taken upright
Recently, a customer inquired about the position of the bucky stand when the chest radiograph was taken. Under normal circumstances, the bucky stand is placed at a position 1.8 meters from the tube, which is the best position for taking chest radiographs.
Our most popular is the bucky stand with X-ray side mounts. Let’s talk about how to use this bucky stand.
(1) Hold the handle of the bucky stand film cart, pull out the film cart inside the film box, insert the selected film box (or IP board) into the moving film holder, and push the moving film holder down to make the film box (or IP board) is placed in the upper and lower clip and clamped tightly;
(2) Push the bucky stand film cart into the box body and clamp it tightly;
(3) Loosen the lock handle, adjust the height of the trolley frame according to the filming position, and reach the appropriate height of the film box. After adjustment, lock the handle to take the film.
(4) After the filming is completed, pull out the film cart and take the film box (or IP board) out of the film holder; push the film cart into the film box.
Note: When taking out the film box (or IP board) of the bucky stand, make the moving film clip slowly fall back to prevent the back force from being too strong, causing damage to the film clip and slider.