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Blinov N.N.,All Russian Scientific Research and Testing Institute for Medical Instrument Engineering
Biomedical Engineering | Year: 2015

In recent years, a new generation of X-ray diagnostic apparatuses (XRDA) for monitoring of output parameters became widely used worldwide. Such XRDA models can be connected directly to a PC to provide calculation, graphical presentation, and storage of XRDA parameters. In 2013, foreign apparatuses for monitoring of output parameters were replaced on the local medical market by domestic XRDA certified in the Russian Federation. Since October 2013, modified UKREKh devices with Hamamatsu S8193 detectors became available from the Scientific-Practical Center of Medical Radiology. The main specifications of the portable autonomous apparatus Cobia and the modified apparatus UKREKh are presented in this work. The competitiveness and efficiency of the modernized UKREKh device in terms of repair and installation are demonstrated as compared to foreign models of radiation kilovoltmeters. © 2015, Springer Science+Business Media New York. Source


Blinov N.N.,All Russian Scientific Research and Testing Institute for Medical Instrument Engineering
Biomedical Engineering | Year: 2015

This article reviews characteristics of human vision from the perspective of the origin and development of life and the role of images in perception of reality. It shows that the human ability to create images led to significant acceleration of evolution. One of the most complex of images is the medical image in X-ray diagnostics. Various physical fields used in X-ray diagnostics allow imaging specific properties of physical objects, hence many times empowering perception of reality. © 2015, Springer Science+Business Media New York. Source


Blinov N.N.,All Russian Scientific Research and Testing Institute for Medical Instrument Engineering | Kozlovskii E.B.,All Russian Scientific Research and Testing Institute for Medical Instrument Engineering
Biomedical Engineering | Year: 2015

This article reviews the current state of digital mammography equipment and assesses technical requirements for its functional units. © 2015, Springer Science+Business Media New York. Source

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