CT Scan Room (Computerized Tomography)
A CT scan room utilizes a computerized tomography is a prevalent room in medical centers. CT scanners produce images similar in appearance to MRI scanners and generally cost less. MRI scanners are better suited to images soft tissue while CT scanners are used for imaging bone structures and overlaying images.
CT scan rooms are typically larger than most x-ray rooms, with an average size of 20' x 24' and have a larger window size, generally at least 48" x 36"
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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