Tag Archives: radiologist

The Ferlic Filter Company

Today I’m writing about The Ferlic Filter Company.   It was founded by Dan Ferlic close to 30 years ago when Dan was a radiographer in the Minneapolis, Minnesota area.  Instead of getting all technical on what kinds of material he uses and things like that, I’m just going to tell

The New Exposure Index (EI) Terminology

There are three new definitions all of the manufacturers are now using that will soon become standard terminology in our profession. The first and most important is that finally(!!) there will be only one name for the number that comes up after your exposure to show the measure ofthe radiation

Universal CR & DR Technique Charts

Back in the film days I would always give my students a technique chart that had about 50 different body parts on it.  When we went digital in 2002, our vendor told to use the same techniques, so we continued to use those charts.  Four years later we had learned

How to Properly Critique a Digital Image

We have had hundreds of digital equipment training hours at my hospital in the past 10 years, but in all of that I don’t remember any time given in learning how to correctly critique the image.  I have to imagine this is the same with everyone around the country, possibly