we initially transmit the patient number and the examination number. However, after some devices have finished taking the image, they do not return the examination number when they return it, which will cause a problem. If the patient has two exams, the system cannot match the images. Our solution to this problem is that the patient number no longer takes the value of the patient number passed by the HIS system, but the PACS system generates a unique patient number according to each registration so that if the image information does not have an examination number, the PACS system will generate it by itself. Patient ID to match.
Each hospital has different equipment manufacturers, and some hospitals require PACS to pass the inspection site to them so that the special leads technician who operates the equipment does not have to select the site. However, many equipment manufacturers' parts are coded. PACS must establish a mapping relationship between its own part code and the part code of the device. Some devices can support Chinese display parts, which is easier to handle. Just pass the name of the part directly. That's it. 1) Split registration HIS system manufacturers sometimes give PACS application form corresponding to 1 charging item, and some PACS will combine the same person and the same type, but each charging item has to issue a report.
When registering, you can choose to print a barcode. The barcode is mainly used to connect to the self-service machine, and patients can print films and reports through the self-service machine. It should be noted here that PACS needs to be connected to the self-service printer, and is generally mapped through a unique identifier, usually the inspection number/image number. Check the module If the examination is in a radiology department, the device will send back images, and with the images, the reporting doctor can write a report. Ultrasound, endoscopy, and pathology (which the author has come into contact with) are all images collected. Hospitals generally use foot pedals to collect images. In addition to collecting images, you can also collect videos, export collected images, and import collected images.