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RAX: Positioning for Imaging at the Table

This job aid will cover the best practices for positioning at the table.

RAX: Positioning for Imaging at the Table XPRF The Multitom RAX table moves up and down only. Positioning the patient’s anatomy in the Field of View is done by centering the overhead tube over the area of interest. 1. The table must be at the working height or above to get the detector under that table. Use the kickplate on the table base or the remote control to raise the table. It will stop at the working height. It can be raised beyond that if desired. 2. Use one of the “SmartMove” buttons to move the detector and tube into position for that Or- gan Program. 3. To position the light field over the area of interest, use the transverse/longitudinal button (or- ange and green movements). The detector will follow the tube movements. 7-00 I 1 No acq. FLC not ready # 45.3" # 16.5" | ACSS 16.5 " = NOTE: Using the transverse/longitudinal/vertical button – “All Locks Release” – (orange, green and blue) may cause the detector to move toward the table into the collision zone of the table. Tube/Detector tracking may not be possible while the detector is in this position. It may be neces- sary to manually move the detector down out of the collision zone before proceeding to the next image. 4. In the Setup Tab, there is a speed sensitivity selection. This sets the speed at which the tube will move during manual movement. Using the drop down, pick the desired speed. The slow- est is the top selection and the fastest on the bottom. Tape Device Measure Position <<2>> < 8> Generator Setup « 8 » Unrestricted 0 Published by Siemens Healthcare GmbH © Siemens Healthcare GmbH, 2020 SIEMENS Master Template Effective Date: 3/5/2020 | HOOD05162003074494 Job Aid Effective Date: 01/21/2021 | HOOD05162003162829 Healthineers Job Aid | RAX: Positioning for Imaging at the Table Effective Date: 01/21/2021 | HOOD05162003162829 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 co llectively “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. Note: Some functions shown in this material are optional and might not be part of your system. Certain products, product related claims or functionalities (hereinafter collectively “Functionality”) may not (yet) be commercially available in your country. Due to regulatory requirements, the future availability of said Functionalities in any specific country is not guaranteed. Please contact your local Siemens Healthineers sales representative for the most current information. The reproduction, transmission or distribution of this training or its contents is not permitted without express written auth ority. Offenders will be liable for damages. All names and data of patients, parameters and configuration dependent designations are fictional and examples only. All rights, including rights created by patent grant or registration of a utility model or design, are reserved. Copyright © Siemens Healthcare GmbH 2020 SIEMENS Unrestricted 0 Published by Siemens Healthcare GmbH © Siemens Healthcare GmbH, 2020 Master Template Effective Date: 3/5/2020 | HOOD05162003074494 Healthineers Page 2 of 2