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FLC PEX Editor: Changing or Setting Techniques

This Step by Step will guide users on how to change the current techniques as
well as how to set new techniques within the PEX Editor

FLC PEX Editor: Changing or Setting Techniques XPRF To configure permanent techniques in the “PEX Editor”, follow the below steps: 1. From the “Patient” tab, click on the “Settings” subtask card, and then select the “PEX Editor” icon and log in via “Siemens”. Patient Settings Service EXI 2. On the “Exam” tab, find the desired “OGP View” to change. (ensure to select the correct “OGP View”, T- Table Bucky, W- Wall Bucky, X- Free Exposure, AP, Lat, Left, and Right…) Double click on the OGP or highlight the OGP and click on the “Organ Program” tab. Eram Examination View ANNO E 4-12yrs (0) 0_Pex Database VE10_August2016 TANKLE AP (0) O_RAD Daly Cnecd 1 ANKE. AP Left (4) O_Sibtiens CSE Test Programs(a) T ANKLE AP Right (d) 1 Poution Setup T ANKLE BILATERAL (0) ABDOMEN 3 VIEWS S(d) TANKLE LAT (0) ABDOMEN FLAT & UPRIGHT_S(0) T ANKLE LAT Left (d) ABDOMEN KUB Sidj T ANKLE LAT Right (0) ABDOMEN UPRIGHT VIEW ONLY SHE T ANKLE Lefl 0-3yrs (d) ABDOMEN ACUTE INCL PA CHEST TANKLE Left 4-12yrs (0) ABDOMEN DECUBITUS_S(0) TANKLE OBL (d) ABDOMEN-LATERAL ONLY_&(0) BANKLE COL Len (81 ACROMIOCLAVICULAR JOINTS BIL_! T ANKLE OOL Right (0) Remove OOP ANKLE 2 VIEW BILATERAL_S(8) T ANO E Right 0-3pts (d) ANKLE 2 VIEW LEFT S[d] Group by @ Name Body Pan Acq type Sod by O Name Body Part @ Acq type Esami Paramatare ExamNane Name for RIS DICOM Modality Add to favorites Fürsing Layout Network Node 1 Defaut Network hode Esam level OOP level fwork Node 2 Fluoro Network Node 3 Rad Camera 0 Auto Scale O wuto Scale Autosending Never for this exam Auth Laner acquisition Close SIEMENS siemens.com/healthineers Healthineers . Job Aid | Changing or Setting Techniques Effective Date: 09/04/2018 | Quality HOOD05162002945624 3. At the top left of the tab, verify the “Program Name” is correct. The ability to change the technique for that “OGP View” is under the “X-Ray Parameters” section. Consider the technique to set and choose from the following: o MField (Measuring Field): when using AEC, select the appropriate measuring fields (cells) for the body part being imaged. o Selecting 1 pt will create an AEC technique. Only the KV field will be available to make changes. Select KV and check the MField. o Selecting 2 pt will create a manual technique. The KV and mAs fields will be available to choose from. Select KV and mAs. o Selecting 3 pt will create a breathing technique. KV, mAs, and ms fields will be open. Select KV, mAs, and ms. Exam Organ Program Fluoro Program Param. Module Configuration Body Part Examined ANKLE Alternative Acquisition Programs Program Name TANKLE OBL Left (d) X ANKLE OBL Left (d) W ANKLE OBL Left (d) Acquisition Mode DR RAD Acquisition Type Table X - Ray Parameters Image Processing Parameters Presettings V Mark Image Auto-cropping Standard Set Black Fluoro Program Set CP_RAD_Po .. PT Position Not defined Defined size as cropped MField Laterality Not Defined Amplification 2.0 Auto View position Not Defined 1 pt Gradation Parameters Anatomically Correct View 1 pt with ext. exp. Flip No change 2 pt 4 Extremity/Skull 3 pt Invert (Image) 3 pt with AEC Spatial Frequency Parameters KV 52 Rotate 90 180 270 mAS 2.5 Extremities - HC Label ms EXI Values R Exp. Correction MEP default Dose 2.547 Sensitivity 400 Windowing Stand Parameters Tube Load 80 7 % Width Factor Auto Focus Center Shift TOD not defined cm Filter Type 0.0 y Cu mm Window Center 2000 Grid No value cm Grid rotation Collimator 8.27 × 6.3 inches Window Width 2500 Stand Position T NO angle LOW Top Alignment SID Tracking Tracking Anatomic order number 0 Store Store as new Print Delete previous next Close 4. Click Store to save changes. Anatomic order number 0 Store Store as new Print Delete previous next Close Siemens Healthineers Services Page 2 of 4 © Siemens Healthcare GmbH, 2017 Please note that the learning material is for training purposes only! For the proper use of the software or hardware, please always use the Operator Manual or Instructions for Use (hereinafter collectively “Operator Manual”) issued by Siemens Healthineers. This material is to be used as training material only and shall by no means substitute the Operator Manual. 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