[An economic comparison between digital luminescence radiography and conventional film processing in intensive care medicine].

@article{Peters1992AnEC,
  title={[An economic comparison between digital luminescence radiography and conventional film processing in intensive care medicine].},
  author={Peter J. F. Peters and Dennis Dykstra and Werner Wiesmann and J{\"o}rg Schl{\"u}chtermann and David Adam},
  journal={Der Radiologe},
  year={1992},
  volume={32 11},
  pages={536-40}
}
The costs of a conventional film-screen radiography daylight-system and storage-phosphor computed radiography (Fuji AC-1) are compared. In 1990, 3841 radiologic procedures (mostly portable chest X-rays) were performed in 3474 patients of a surgical intensive care unit. With conventional film-screen radiography 6.8% retakes were necessary for diagnostic or… CONTINUE READING