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BS EN 62220-1-2:2007 Medical electrical equipment. Characteristics of digital X-ray imaging devices Determination of the detective quantum efficiency. Detectors used in mammography

BS EN 62220-1-2:2007

Medical electrical equipment. Characteristics of digital X-ray imaging devices Determination of the detective quantum efficiency. Detectors used in mammography

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Standard number:BS EN 62220-1-2:2007
Pages:34
Released:2007-11-30
ISBN:978 0 580 55696 8
Status:Standard
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BS EN 62220-1-2:2007


This standard BS EN 62220-1-2:2007 Medical electrical equipment. Characteristics of digital X-ray imaging devices is classified in these ICS categories:
  • 11.040.50 Radiographic equipment
Specifies the method for the determination of the detective quantum efficiency (DQE) of digital X-ray imaging devices as a function of air kerma and of spatial frequency for the working conditions in the range of the medical application as specified by the manufacturer. The intended users of this part of IEC 62220 are manufacturers and well equipped test laboratories. This Part 1-2 is restricted to digital X-ray imaging devices that are used for mammographic imaging such as but not exclusively, CR systems, direct and indirect flat panel detector based systems, scanning systems (CCD based or photon-counting). This part of IEC 62220 is not applicable to - digital X-ray imaging devices intended to be used in general radiography or in dental radiography; - computed tomography; and - devices for dynamic imaging (where series of images are acquired, as in fluoroscopic or cardiac imaging).