Omnia Max Basic Workflow

SIEMENS Healthineers Uroskop Omnia Max SIEMENS Healthineers Basic workflow Job Aid Uroshop Omnia Max - Effective Date: : 04 l 04 l2019 l HOOD5162003004408 Basic workflow Uroskop Omnia Max is designed for a streamlined digital clinical workflow that holds many benefits. Connecting to HIS/RIS allows for easy and fast patient data management. The examination task is ordered via digital worklist and after the case the completed patient folder can be sent to a PACS for archiving. As a digital acquisition system, Uroskop Omnia Max provides convenient image acquisition without the need of cassette exposures. Endoscopy and ultrasound images can be stored together with dynamic fluoroscopy sequences and X-ray exposures in one patient study, making all relevant data available in one source for later review of the case and for archiving. It is even possible to connect with a PACS viewing system to display images from other modalities like CT or MR as reference images during an intervention. The intuitive user interface of Uroskop Omnia Max ensures easy and smooth operation and leads you through every step of the way from registration, examination and postprocessing to documentation and archiving. 2 Basic workflow 1 Preparing the patient table and positioning the patient Prior to the treatment, the patient table must be prepared for the procedure to be performed (table position, attachment of accessories). Use of the control keys on the hand-held control for patient transfer and standard working position (for horizontal position). Patient positioning can be performed at the same time as patient registration. Prior to the examination the monitors have to be positioned for the procedure to be performed. SIEMENS 3 Basic workflow 2 Registering a patient Patient task card The patient must be registered before the examination 28-04-2008 starts. This can be done in two ways: • Selecting the patient from the worklist • Double-click the required patient entry in the Preregistered Patients list. • Manual registration of the patient • Click the Patient Registration button to open the data entry screen. • Complete at least the (bold) mandatory fields. • Click the Examination button. • If the data for the mandatory fields are unknown, click bold mandatory fields the Emergency patient button to start the examination straight away. Emergency Examination 4 Basic workflow 3 Selecting the organ program MCU Stone Imaging • Select a suitable organ program for the examination. Pediatry Abdomen • Inserting/retracting the grid • Move the grid into the park position if an organ program for pediatrics has been selected. 4 Selecting the image orientation • Select vertical/horizontal image flip/mirror according to the patient positioning. • If necessary, check the image display during the first control fluoroscopy exposure. 5 Basic workflow 5 Check the field of view Switch on the light localizer to position the organ to be examined in the field of view. The CAREPROFILE1 and CAREPOSITION1 functions allow radiation- free collimation and positioning through graphical display in the LIH image on the image monitor. 6 Fluoroscopy/acquisition Radiation for fluoroscopy and acquisition (DR, RAD) is released at the control panel or the foot switch. The acquired fluoroscopic/X-ray images are displayed O on the left monitor. Acquired images can also be stored in the reference folder and displayed on the right monitor. DR and RAD images are stored automatically. The acquired fluoroscopic images are stored and displayed temporarily only and must be saved manually if required. ¹ Option 6 Basic workflow 7 Store fluoroscopy images Fluoroscopic images can be stored during or after fluoroscopy --- by pressing the store fluoro image button. Examination task card 8 Changing organ programs Examination task card MCU Organ programs can be changed at the imaging system or Stone Imaging Pediatry Abdomen using the hand-held control. 7 Basic workflow 9 Display of endoscopic and ultrasound images 0-00 By pressing the button for image selection for the reference monitor, you can select the image sources connected to the MEMENT Video Manager. You can do this using either the hand-held control or the foot switch. The live image of the selected video source is displayed on the reference monitor. 10 Storing video images (HD EndoStore) If you press the capture button for Storing video frames, the currently displayed endoscopic or ultrasound image of the current study is stored (chronologically along with any stored X- ray images). 8 Basic workflow 11 Postprocessing Postprocessing task card Process. Graphics DSA Process | Siraptors Rail If necessary, the contrast/brightness, filter, and electronic 20 shutter values can be readjusted and annotations / comments R R entered. R 18.Abdomin 1 Nada Tieduction - ------- 12 Documentation • Select the Documentation task card. The acquired images Documentation task card are displayed on the Documentation task card. Target T OTT_FIM • Select all images that are to be sent, printed, or archived. Target 3 1-41x1724 To send the images to a workstation or to the archive Sans Esiern Protocol as imaga Auts (destination nodes are preconfigured), click the Send button on the Send subtask card. ? • Select a printer in the Film subtask card. • Click this Virtual film sheet button in the Film subtask card. The current film preview is displayed. 9 Basic workflow 13 Ending the examination Patient task card • Move the patient table into the transfer position so that Patient Settings Service the patient can easily get off the table. This step can also be performed before or during postprocessing and documentation. • Click the Patient task card to open the Examined Patients study list. We recommend that you activate the Close RIS study function so that no further images can be added to the study. • Move the monitor support arm into the park position to avoid collisions and move the patient table into the transfer position. 10 SIEMENS Healthineers 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. Any material used in this training will not be updated on a regular basis and does not necessarily reflect the latest version of the software and hardware available at the time of the training. The Operator's Manual shall be used as your main reference, in particular for relevant safety information like warnings and cautions. 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