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Parameters of medical collimators

A medical collimator is a device used to assist medical diagnosis and treatment, which can help doctors locate and correct the patient’s posture and position. Its parameters may vary according to the specific design and use, the following are some common parameters:
Accuracy: Refers to its ability to accurately measure and indicate the patient’s position and angle. It is usually expressed in terms of angle or position error, and generally requires high precision, usually within the range of 0.1 degrees or less.
Material: Collimators are usually made of high-strength, wear-resistant materials, such as stainless steel, aluminum alloy, etc. Materials are chosen for their durability, cleanability and patient safety.
Size and weight: The size and weight must be appropriate to make it easy for the physician to handle and acceptable to the patient. Generally, it should be small in size and light in weight, so that it can be easily carried and used in medical work.
Adjustability: It usually has adjustable parts, such as telescopic rods, rotatable joints, etc., to meet the needs of different patients and the requirements of various medical scenarios.
Ease of cleaning: Collimators often need to be cleaned and disinfected, so their surfaces should be easy to clean and free from bacteria or dirt.
It should be noted that the specific parameters of medical collimators may vary according to different brands, models and uses. When selecting and using, comprehensive consideration should be made according to actual needs and safety requirements. If you are interested in our products, please contact us. Whatsapp:+86 18953679166. Email: service@newheek.com

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