Angiography machines are used primarily for imaging of the blood vessels and heart. They use a contrast or "x-ray dye" injected into the patient in order to produce a continuous x-ray of the blood vessels or heart. Angiography machines may be mobile and can be brought into an operating room for real time imaging during a procedure. Angiography rooms require radiation shielded walls, doors, and windows. Since these machines are often used in surgeries, these rooms are typically very large, with an average size of about 24' x 30' and have a large lead lined window with x-ray lead glass.
The shielding requirements of each room and even each wall in a room can change based on the machine, location, how often the machine will be used, and several other factors. The shielding requirements can only be determined by a licensed radiation physicist.
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