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SOMATOM go. platform Patient Positioning Video

This video demonstrates how to position a patient when operating a SOMATOM go. platform scanner.

Press the footswitch to move the patient table up. To move the patient table down. Press the footswitch again. Position the patient head in a head. Hold around a patient table. On the remote scan control, press the load button and tell you the table has reached the desired position. Press the unload button to move the table out and down. Position the patient on the patient table. Placed the head in the head arm. Support in the knee. Support under the knees. The patient should grip the head arms support with both hands. Move the patient table in the gantry by pressing the load button on the remote scan control. Press the unload button to move the table out and down. To position the thorax in the isocenter, move the patient table into the gantry and adjust the patient position with the laser markers. When performing a feetfirst thorax scan, the patient should not be placed too close to the other end of the table. Otherwise the scan rage cannot cover the entire thorax area. When performing feetfirst, thorax can try to place the patient as close as possible to the inner end of the table.

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