Patient doses in multi-slice CT and the importance of optimisation

@article{Heggie2005PatientDI,
  title={Patient doses in multi-slice CT and the importance of optimisation},
  author={John C. P. Heggie},
  journal={Australasian Physics & Engineering Sciences in Medicine},
  year={2005},
  volume={28},
  pages={86-96}
}
Substantive surveys of patient doses arising from CT examinations have been conducted in our Hospital. In the first instance doses were measured on a single-slice Siemens Plus 4 scanner. A similar survey was conducted initially following commissioning of a Siemens multi-slice Sensation scanner and subsequently after some effort was made to optimise scanning protocols. Doses are reported in terms of dose-length products (DLPs) and as effective doses. The optimisation process on the multi-slice… CONTINUE READING

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