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FLC PEX Editor: Presettings overview from the Organ Program tab

This step by step will cover the Presettings section of the Organ Program tab,
within the PEX Editor.

FLC PEX Editor: Presettings overview from the Organ Program tab XPRF To configure the “Presettings” section 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. Select the desired “OGP View” from the “Exam” tab, and then select the “Organ Program” tab. 3. The “Presettings” section of the selected “OGP View” is located to the far right of the “Organ Program” tab. Lf PEX Editor Exam Organ Program Fluoro Program Param. Module Configuration Body Part Examined CHEST Alternative Acquisition Programs Program Name W CHEST PA (d) T CHEST AP (d) X CHEST AP (d) W CHEST AP (d) Acquisition Mode DR RAD Acquisition Type Wall X - Ray Parameters Image Processing Parameters Presettings Mark Image Auto-cropping Stand ... v Set Black Fluoro Program Set none PT Position Not defined Defined size as cropped MField 110 Laterality Not Defined Amplification 2.0 Auto View position Not Defined 0 1 pt Gradation Parameters [ Anatomically Correct View C 1 pt with ext. exp 8 Chest Flip No change C 2 pt C 3 pt Invert (Image) MRA C 3 pt with AEC Spatial Frequency Parameters KV 125 Rotate 00 0 90 0 180 0 270 Thorax pa MAS Label ms EXI Values Exp. Correction EP default Dose 2.5 Sensitivity 400 Windowing Stand Parameters Tube Load 80 % Width Factor M Auto TOD not defined cm Focus Center Shift Filter Type 0.0 Cu mm Window Center 2000m Grid Universal cm Grid rotation Window Width 2500mm Collimator 16.93 × 16.93 inches Stand Position W 72 NO angle HIGH Top Alignment MSID Tracking M Tracking Anatomic order number 0 Store Store as new Print Delete previous next SIEMENS siemens.com/healthineers Healthineers Job Aid | Presettings overview from the Organ Program tab Effective Date: 09/04/2018 | Quality HOOD05162002945630 4. To apply/remove a “Flip” to an “OGP View”, check or uncheck the box next to the desired option. Additionally, select one of the six radio buttons, to determine where the default “flip indicator” icon will display on the image post acquisition. Flip E No change CCC R R Note: The “flip indicator” icon documents that the image has been adjusted from the way it was acquired. The icon can be moved within the image if needed by left clicking and dragging. 5. The “Rotate” section, applies the selected rotation automatically to the “OGP View”. Select the radio button for the desired degrees of rotation; 0, 90, 180, or 270. Flip [ No change CCC MRAMK Rotate 00 € 90 @ 180 C 270 6. To set a default R or L marker on the image, select one of the six radio buttons, to deter- mine where the label will display on the image post acquisition. Label R 7. Within the “Stand Parameters” section, the predefined collimation can be adjusted. Collimator 16.93 =x 7.09 inches Note: The first number is the collimation height and the second number is the collimation width. For example, on a “Wall Thoracic Spine” view, the predefined collimation is 16.93(H) X 7.09(W) inches. 8. All other settings within the “Presettings” section should be left to their default values. 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