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General X-Ray Room Layout

This page shows the layout of a general xray room and the associated equipment and items needed for day to day functioning.

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  1. Tap and sink
  2. Hand gel
  3. Detergent wipes
  4. Soap and towel dispenser
  5. Vomit bowels
  6. Latex gloves / non latex gloves for those with allergies
  7. Equipment needed for IVP's
  8. General waste bin
  9. Sharps bin
  10. Emergency resusitation mask/oxygen connectors
  11. Oxygen outlet
  12. Suction outlet
  13. X-ray table
  14. Overhead x-ray tube
  15. Lead gowns
  16. Moveable seat for patient postioning
  17. Long leg x-ray film holder
  18. Wall bucky
  19. Arm extension for vertical bucky
  20. External film holder
  21. Contrast warmer
  22. Filters for xray tube
  23. Positioning Aids
  24. Lead shielding

General X-ray Room Floor Plan

  • CS = Ceiling suspension
  • TH = Height adjustable table
  • VT = Vertical standing bucky unit

Floor Plan 1
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Floor Plan 2

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