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REGIUS CONSOLE

CS-2
OPERATION MANUAL
CODE NO. 0801

No. 26-2, Nishishinjuku 1-chome, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 163-0512, Japan


Table of Contents
Foreword ...............................................................1 (outputting the Exam Order in the "Exam History") ................71
Switching the Initial Screen.......................................73
About this Manual.................................................3
Filtering the Items to be listed in the "Exam List" screen...74
Ch.1 Safety Precautions & Warnings..................7 Image Sharing ..........................................................75
Allocting the Annotations ..........................................78
Ch.2 Product Outline ..........................................11
Three Initial Screens Ch.5 Description of Screens..............................89
Image Confirm Screen .........................................................12 Exam Registration Screen
Exam Registration Screen....................................................12 (Exam Registration screen as the initial screen) .........................90
Exam List Screen .................................................................12 Exam List Screen
Two Types of Image Format ....................................13 (Exam List screen as the initial screen)....................................92
Three Ways of Exam Order Registration Image Confirm Screen ..............................................95
Auto-Registration..................................................................14 Image Rotate/Flip Dialogue ....................................103
Barcode Registration............................................................14 Annotation Setup Screen ........................................104
Screen Menu Selection ........................................................15 Format Select Dialogue ..........................................107
Screen Flow X-Ray Info Input Dialogue.......................................108
A (When "Image Confirm" screen is set as an initial screen) ........16 Properties Screen ...................................................109
B (When "Exam Registration" screen is set as an initial screen) ...17 Exam List Screen
C (When "Exam List" screen is set as an initial screen) ...............18 (Exam List screen as the initial screen)..................................114
D (System Menu) ....................................................................19 "Exam Registration" Screen
Body Part Auto Recognition......................................20 (Exam List screen as the initial screen) .................................117
Parameter Auto Study Function................................20 Search Result Screen .............................................119
Patient Info Modify Screen......................................121
Ch.3 Operation ....................................................21
Filter Key Screen ....................................................123
Start up .....................................................................22
System Menu Screen .............................................125
Shut-Down (Power OFF) ..........................................23
Device Status Screen .............................................127
Using the Input Panel ...............................................24
REGIUS MODEL 170/190 Status Check Screen ...130
Ch.4 Sequence of Examination .........................25 JM Status Check Screen ........................................131
Flowchart of Actual Examination ..............................26 Viewer/Server Status Check Screen ......................133
Inputting the Patient Info Printer Status Check Screen ..................................135
"Image Confirm" screen as an initial screen.........................27 External Patient DB/External Exam DB Status Check
"Exam Registration" screen as an initial screen...................29 screen .....................................................................137
"Exam List" screen as an initial screen ................................31 Examination History screen ....................................139
search from database...........................................................33 Console Select Screen ...........................................141
Exam Order Registration and Image Scanning Image Browse Screen ............................................142
Auto-Registration..................................................................34
Barcode Registration............................................................36
Ch.6 User Tool ..................................................149
Screen Menu Selection ........................................................39
Outline of the User Tool ..........................................150
Altering the Processing Condition Flowchart of User Tool Screens .............................151
Altering Density & Contrast ..................................................42
Start Up of the User Tool ........................................152
Rotate/Flip of the Image .......................................................45
Termination of the User Tool ..................................153
Setting the Masking..............................................................46
System Screen .......................................................154
Admin Password Dialogue .................................................158
Image Output
Date/Time Properties Dialogue ..........................................160
Normal output per Exam Order ............................................48
Output with detailed settings per Exam Order......................49
Setting the Exam Tag .............................................163
Normally output of all Exam Orders .....................................51
Precautions to be taken when creating the Exam Tag
Normal output with format changes......................................52
Keys ........................................................................171
Normal Output of 1 image to 2 frames .............................53
Editing the Patient Info............................................172
2 on 1 Output (2 images to 2 frames on 1 film)................55
Editing the Filtering Parameters .............................178
4 on 1 (4 images to 4 frames on 1 film) ...........................57
Backing Up the User Tool Settings .........................181
Image Output (Print format with detailed settings) ...............59
Restoring the User Tool settings ............................184
2 on 1 Output (1 image to 2 frames) with detailed settings.......59 Ch.7 Operator Security Mode ..........................187
2 on 1 Output (2 image to 2 frames) with detailed settings.......61 User Name & Access Right ....................................188
Output of 4 on 1 (4 image to 4 frames) with detailed settings ...63 Log In ......................................................................188
Aborting the Image ...................................................67 Log Off ....................................................................189
Examination Termination ..........................................69 Operator Management............................................192
Browsing the "Exam History" Operator Log Management.....................................195
Ch.8 Troubleshooting.......................................199
Trouble with JM ......................................................200
Remedies when the CS-2 rejects inputs.................202
Error List .................................................................203

Ch.9 Optional Functions ..................................209


Image Stitching Process .........................................210
Composite Image Select Screen .......................211
Composite Image Adjust Screen .......................213
Long Body Parts Output ON/OFF Screen..........215
Stitching the Images ..........................................217
Statistics Analysis ...................................................219
Reject Reasons ......................................................224

Ch.10 Operation of Optional Devices .............227


Single Barcode Reader...........................................228
Multi Barcode Reader .............................................234

Ch.11 Care & Maintenance...............................239


Care & Maintenance ...............................................240
Care & Maintenance Schedule ...............................241

Specification .....................................................243
Index ..................................................................247
Index for Purpose

Auto-Registration (Inputting the Patient Info)


Deleting the displayed Patient Info. ....................................................................................................27
To move the cursor from one item to the other in the Patient Info field. .............................................29
Altering the Patient Info after registration............................................................................................72

Order
Exam Order Button Display ................................................................................................................97
Icons displayed with the Exam Order .................................................................................................98
Deleting unnecessary exam orders. ...................................................................................................38
Deleting the Exam Order that is suspended .......................................................................................70

Image
Adjusting the density (Density Slide Bar) ..............................................................................................42
Adjusting the contrast (Contrast Slide Bar) ...........................................................................................43
Resetting the processing condition to the initial status. ......................................................................44
Replacing the image that shall be output with detailed settings. ........................................................50
Exchanging the right and left images (2 on 1 output) ........................................................................56
Setting the trimming frame (output in 1 to 1).....................................................................................111
Changing the Exam Order to the other. ..............................................................................................43
Indication of the [Rotate/Flip] button ...................................................................................................99
Rotate/Flip of the Image......................................................................................................................45
Changing the image to be displayed in the output preview field.
(changing the image for the output with detailed settings).................................................................60
For accurate masking process ..........................................................................................................100

Trouble
Disabling the screen saver................................................................................................................202
Disabling the screen saver (Operator Securiy Mode) .......................................................................190
When the [KONICA MINOLTA] button is turned red. ..........................................................................91
Reaction to the problem when the CS-2 is started up
with a floppy disk inserted in the drive. .............................................................................................202

Others
Restarting the suspended examination...............................................................................................70
Deleting the Exam Order that is suspended. ......................................................................................70
Sorting the "Exam List" .......................................................................................................................93
Updating the "Exam List" ....................................................................................................................94
To return to the list prior to extraction ...............................................................................................124

User Tool
File name of the backup data............................................................................................................183
Initial of the [Sex] selection. ..............................................................................................................173
Foreword

Thank you for purchasing "Regius Console CS-2"(hereinafter referred to as CS-2).


The CS-2 is a console (controller) to operate REGIUS MODEL 170/190. With the CS-2,
it becomes possible to integrally control the examination flow including the registration of
patient information / examination information as well as the overall verification of the final
radiographic image, and thus a comfortable environment with an efficient work flow can
be secured.
In this manual, safety precautions and operational procedures are described to allow the
users of the CS-2 to be fully familiarized with the potential of the CS-2. The manual
should be at all times be kept in a readily accessible place for easy reference. Should
you loose this manual, please contact your Service Representative for a new one.

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Foreword

Features

1. Three types of cassette registration method are available


Depending on the operational environment or device layout, you can select from 3 types of
cassette registration method, i.e. "Automatic registration using the preset conditions (Auto-
Registration)", "Registration at the time of Exam Order Reservation (Barcode Registration)"
and "Manual registration at the time of cassette reading (Screen Menu)".
2. Versatile network capability
CS-2 is compatible with various protocols including "DICOM", and allows networking with
various medical accounting system as well as electronic medical record system.
3. Simple and easy setup
With a simple and functional screen layout and automatic recognition of the exposed
subject, CS-2 allows the operator to set the image processing condition best suitable to the
objective body part.
4. Real Time Display
The image read by each reader will be displayed in real time in synchronization with the
reader operation. Therefore image verification is instantaneous.
5. ID Registration
In the case that patient registration is made at each X-ray room, the operator can search the
patient information or examination information via "Exam Registration" screen. On the other
hand, when the facility has a separate reception, the operator can display and browse the
registered examination information using "Exam List" screen.

In this manual, application software of the CS-2 is mainly explained. Thoroughly


read through this operation manual for the PC and display before start operating the
CS-2.

Notes
(1) Unauthorized reproduction of this manual in whole or in part is prohibited.
(2) The content of this manual is subject to change without prior notice.
(3) Should any discrepancies, errors or omissions be discovered, KONICA MINOLTA should be contacted.
(4) Notwithstanding item(3) above, KONICA MINOLTA shall accept no responsibility of any claims made against loss or
loss of profits arising from use of the product.

Trademarks
- "Microsoft" and "Windows" are trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation (USA) valid in the USA
and other countries.
- "Windows XP" is the abbreviation of "Microsoft Windows XP Professional Edition Operation System".
- Other company or product names used in this manual are trademarks or registered trademarks. The indication ,
and TM shall be omitted henceforth.

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About
this Manual
Be sure to read this chapter before using this
manual.

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About this Manual

How to use this manual

Structure of this manual


This manual consists of the chapters listed below.

Chapter1 Safety Precautions & Warnings


When using the REGIUS Console CS-2, the cautions detailed in
this chapter must be strictly followed in order to safely use the
device.
Chapter2 Product Outline
The product outline of CS-2 is described in this chapter.
Chapter3 Operation
The operation of CS-2 is described in this chapter.
Chapter4 Sequence of Examination
This chapter describes the sequence of examination using CS-2.
Chapter5 Description of Screens
This chapter describes each of the CS-2 screens.
Chapter6 User Tool
How to operate the User Tool that is an utility software to
customize various settings and each screen are described in this
chapter.
Chapter7 Operator Security Mode
How to operate the operator security mode is detailed.
Chapter8 Troubleshooting
This chapter describes typical methods of troubleshooting and
error message list displayed on CS-2.
Chapter9 Operation of Optional Devices
This chapter details the operation of optional devices.
Chapter10 Care & Maintenance
This chapter details the procedure for care and maintenance of
the CS-2.
Index The index describes special terminology used in the CS-2
Operation Manual.

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About this Manual

Page Layout

Ch.4 Sequence of Examination Title


This title stands for the
Exam Order Registration and Image Scanning (Auto-Registration)
Procedures from exam order registration to image scanning to automatically make the exam order when scanning the
image are described in the following.
general meanings for
1 Select the Patient Info to be examined, and
the descriptions.
touch the [Perform] button.
Exam of the selected Patient Data starts, and
the "Image Confirm" screen will be displayed, Display
A part of the selected Patient Info will be
displayed in the upper field of the "Image Display with the
Confirm" screen.

2 Touch the rough classification of the body parts that operational procedure
Hint shall be registered in the exam order.
The rough classification of the body parts
is shown.
2 changes its color from blue to green.
Points to be Exam tags displayed beneath the rough
classification changes according to the
noted. selected classification.

3 Touch the exam tag to be registered in the order.


Selected exam tag button changes to green.

Operation Procedure
3 Operation procedure is
4 Insert the cassette that has been exposed into explained in order.
the insertion slot of the cassette reader.
Scanned image will be automatically
associated with the exam order selected in the
Caution Step.3, and the scanned image will be
displayed in the display field of each exam

Cautions for order.

operating the 5 Touch the scroll button to display the scanned


image for image check and adjustments.

machine. Density value, Contrast value and Rotate/Flip


ON/OFF of the selected exam order (exam

Details should be order whose frame is green) are displayed in


the upper right area of the image field.
Technical Term
carefully noted. Technical terms are
explained.
When the wrong exam order is associated with the image, that image will be dis-
played over the whole area of the CS-2 Operation Panel. Touch the icon for the cor-
User Tool rect body part after [OK] and [NG] buttons are displayed.

Settings or other Inserting the cassette into the REGIUS MODEL 170 will issue the exam order.

things to be made REGIUS MODEL 170 can hold another cassette as a stack. An exam order is
issued for this stacked cassette according to the selected exam tag as well. If a Reference
through the User
wrong exam order is issued for the stacked cassette, correct it either by following
the forementioned procedures or remove the stacked cassette once, and insert it Shows reference
again into the slot after selecting the correct exam tag.
Tool. pages or sections.
Contact your CS-2 Operation Manual Ver.1.00 2004.9
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See the page for
system more details.
administrator to
change the settings
using the user tool.

Display in this manual


In this manual, the unnecessary area of the display may be trimmed away.

Parenthesis in a sentence.
The word in this mark shows that it is
displayed in the touch panel of the CS-2 Ex. "Ready"
operation unit.

The word in this mark shows that it is the


name of the button to be pushed or Ex. [Complete] Button
touched.

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About this Manual

In this manual, the main unit of PC is called "CS-2 Controller Unit" while the touch
panel of the CS-2 is called "CS-2 Operation Unit".
Most of the operation of the CS-2 can be implemented by touching the CS-2
Operation Unit. However, it is recommended to use accessories keyboard and
mouse to operate the User Tool.

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Chap.
Safety
Precautions &
1 When using the REGIUS Console CS-2, the
cautions detailed in this chapter must be strictly
Warnings followed in order to correctly use the device.

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Ch.1 Safety Precautions & Warnings

Alert and Symbol Marks

Safety Alert Symbol


This is the safety alert symbol and is intended to draw the attention of the user to potential dangers to the user
him/herself or to others that may arise during the use or operation of this system.
These messages must be read thoroughly and strictly observed.
All safety related precautions should be carefully read and fully understood before proceeding with assembly or
usage of this system.

Description of Graphic Symbols


Symbols indicating the need for caution (including danger and warnings)

Normal Caution Danger of Fire Danger of Danger of High Danger of


Electrocution Temperature Rotation
Symbols indicating prohibited acts

Prohibited Do not touch Do not disassemble Do not touch Do not expose Mobile Multi-Leads
with wet hand to moisture Prohibited Prohibited

Symbols indicating essential acts (compulsory or indicated acts)

Ground Remove the plug from


the power outlet

Other Symbols

AC Voltage Main Power Main Power Main Power


(Power Supply) Supply OFF Supply ON Standby

Warning Text (Signal Word)


Signal words indicate the degree of potential hazards in the product.

There are 3 degrees of caution labels, and each is used depending on the level of risk and damage caused by
incorrect use and mishandling.
DANGER : Failure to observe the caution will produce high risk of serious or fatal injury.

WARNING : Failure to observe the caution will produce moderate risk of serious or fatal injury.

CAUTION : Failure to observe the caution will produce risk of moderate or light injury.

Risk of the damage

High Low

Loss of life or serious injury


DANGER WARNING
Bodily injury (Damage is serious)
(and damage to property)
Moderate damage or light injury
WARNING or CAUTION CAUTION
(Damage is light)

Damage to property only CAUTION

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Cautions in Use
Following cautions must be observed when handling the CS-2 and followed in order to handle the CS-2 in a correct
manner. Before using the CS-2, thoroughly read this operation manual, and become fully familiar with the operation of
the CS-2.

WARNING
CS-2 is classified as Class B Information Technologies Equipment based on the standard prescribed by VCCI (Voluntary
Control Council of Interference by Information Technology Equipment).
Use of this product may cause electromagnetic disturbance. In such cases, the user may be requested to take neces-
sary actions to remedy the problem.

High-Frequency Compliance Product


CS-2 complies with the guideline prescribed by the Ministry of International Trade and Industry for pre-
vention of electromagnetic disturbance caused by home and general electric appliances.
Data Handling
The manufacturer of CS-2 cannot be held liable for the loss of important data such as patient's data as a
result of installing the CS-2 at the facility.

Caution against Computer Virus


Pay full attention not to allow the computer virus to infect the PC when using the product whether it is
stand alone or networked.

Disposal
Disposal of the CS-2 must be carried out following the cautions listed below.

Cautions when disposing of the product


When disposing of the main units or accessories, accept the regulations of each local government.

Always contact your technical representative when it is necessary to replace the lithium battery that is
incorporated in the CS-2.

Follow the Operation Manual attached to each optional device when disposing of them.

Refer to the Operation Manual attached to each device for the operation of the PC and display that are the
components of the product.

Installing the LCD display on an unstable surface may cause it to fall and result in damage. Install the display
on a firm and safe surface.

CD-RW drive is exclusively for the service engineer's use to carry out the maintenance service.
Users are requested not to use this drive for any purpose.

Devices that the user purchased from the supply source other than Konica Minolta cannot be connected
to the CS-2.

Software that the user purchased from the supply source other than Konica Minolta cannot be installed on
the CS-2.

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Overall Cautions

WARNING
The unit must not be used if smoke, unusual odors or sounds are detected.
In the event of detection of smoke, unusual odors or sounds, the power should be switched off immediately
and the power plug disconnected from the power outlet. Then contact your Service Representative.
Continued use under such circumstances could result in fire.
Do not insert wire or metal blades.
Do not insert wire, metal blades or other foreign objects into the vent or disk slot; there is a danger of electro-
cution.

CAUTION
Do not introduce water or other foreign objects into the CS-2.
Do not introduce foreign objects such as water or other liquids, pins or clips into the CS-2: fire, electrocution
or damage may result. In the event of accidental introduction of such foreign objects or substances into the
unit, the power should be switched off immediately and the power plug disconnected from the power outlet.
No attempts should be made to disassemble the unit. Then contact your technical representative.

CAUTION
Shutdown or removal of the disk from the CS-2 should be implemented only after confirming that the
access lamp of the CS-2's hard disk is extinguished.
When recycling the power of the CS-2, leave it for minimum 10 seconds after the power is turned
OFF, and then turn the power ON.
When any work that may cause vibration to the product should be performed, before starting the
work, leave the product at least 30 seconds after it is shut down.
Regularly clean the CS-2.
Regular cleaning helps to avoid various malfunctions in advance.

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Chap.

Product Outline
2
The product outline of CS-2 is described in this
chapter.

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Ch.2 Product Outline

Three Initial Screens


CS-2 is furnished with three initial screens displayed after system initialization;
the "Image Confirm Screen", "Exam Registration Screen" and the "Exam List Screen".

Which of these three screens to be displayed as an initial screen shall be set by the
technical representative at the time of installation considering the operation style of
the user. When "Exam Registration Screen" or "Exam List Screen" is selected as an
initial screen, they can be interchanged by the operator. p.73 Switching the
Initial Screen

Image Confirm Screen


Images scanned by the REGIUS MODEL 170/190 can be
checked on the "Image Confirm Screen". It is useful when
the system is configured as following;
1. When it is not necessary to input the patient info
because they are sent from the upstream device.
2. When the exam is carried out in the descending order
following the order sent from the upstream device. p.125 System Menu
Touching the Patient Info Display Field allows the operator Screen
to manually input the additional info.

When the "Image Confirm Screen" is set as an initial


screen, touching the [KONICA MINOLTA] button on the
screen will display the system menu.

When the "Image Confirm Screen" is set as an initial screen, it is not possible to
switch the screen to "Exam Registration Screen" or "Exam List Screen".

When the "Image Confirm Screen" is set as an initial screen, it is not possible to
search the patient info.

Exam Registration Screen


Using the "Exam Registration Screen", you can directly
input the patient info or search and register the patient
info stored in the database. The "Search" button is
When the "Image Confirm Screen" is set as an initial
displayed in the
following cases:
screen, touching the [KONICA MINOLTA] button on the In systems where
screen will display the system menu. patient information is
retrieved from
upstream devices.
Exam List Screen When using the CS-2
patient data base.
Using the "Exam List Screen", patient info that has
been registered for exam can be displayed, thus
facilitating selection of specific patient info for the
exam.
You can instantly view the list of exam info that is sent
from the medical system or any database system When using the CS-2
(hereinafter referred to as "External Patient patient data base,
DB/External Exam DB") such as electronic medical backup should be
record that contains patient info/exam info. carried out regularly.
When the "Image Confirm Screen" is set as an initial
screen, touching the [KONICA MINOLTA] button on the
screen will display the system menu.

It is possible to check the registered exam info by opening the "Exam List Screen" from the p.93 Exam List
Screen
"Exam Registration Screen" or to newly input the patient info by opening the "Patient Info ("Exam List"
Input/Search Screen" that is similar as the "Exam Registration Screen" from the "Exam List screen as the
Screen". However, image reading on the CS-2 is only initiated from the Image Confirm screen. initial screen)

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Two Types of Image Format


There are two types of image formats for reading and checking of X-RAY images: the
single-image format which allows display of only one image and the four-image format
which allows display of four images in alignment.

Single-Image Format Four-Image Format

Single-image format Display Multiple-image format


of only one selected image. Display of four ordered images
This format provides large in alignment.
display of the image and is This format provides ease of
therefore most suitable for comparison of multiple images
examination of images of of the same patient exposed
wide range, such as the from differing angles.
thorax.

Touching the [Format] button enables change of format as required.


Thus, comparison of images may be carried out using the four-image format,
followed by detailed examination of images by switching to the single-image format.

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Three Ways of Exam Order Registration


Three ways, i.e. "Auto-Registration", "Barcode Registration" and "Screen Menu Selection"
of registering the cassette that is used to read the image on the REGIUS MODEL 170/190
for each exam order are available.

Which type of the exam order registration to be used is set up when the system is
installed by your technical representative considering the operation style of the user.
Once it is set up, it can not be changed by the user.

Auto-Registration
Selecting the appropriate Exam Tag key before the cassette is read on the REGIUS MODEL
170/190, the inserted cassette is automatically read using the preset process condition according
to the order. This will save labor required to register the order in advance.
Exam Tag Key
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processing suitable to
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Barcode Registration
Reading the barcode on the cassette, the cassette is associated with the exam order that has
been registered.
Barcode reader is required when implementing the barcode registration.

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4. Displays the image that


has been registered for
the barcode.

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Screen Menu Selection


Registering the exam orders in order of cassettes that are inserted into the REGIUS MODEL
170/190, the cassette is associated with each order.
When inserting several cassettes at a time, select the exam order in order of the cassette inser-
tion.
"1st", "2nd" .... will be displayed on the order display field following the selecting order.

1
2
1. Touch the appropriate 2. Touch the exam order to 3. Insert the cassette in
Exam Tag keys as many set the order of cassette order of cassette
times as the cassettes to reading. reading set in the
be read. Touching the exam order will step.2.
Exam orders will be registered. change the number for reading
order.
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4. Image will be displayed.

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Screen Flow-A (When "Image Confirm" screen is set as an initial screen)


Popular screen for regular opereation

p.95 p.121

Patient Info Modify Screen


A screen for modification of
Image Confirm Screen
patient info.
A screen for exam order
registration or check of scanned
image. Selectable between
single-image format and four-
image format. p.103

Image "Rotate/Flip" Dialogue


A screen for selection of
image rotate/flip axis and
its angle.

p.104

Annotation Setup Screen


Position where anotation should be
attached can be selected.

note 1
p.211 p.213

Conposite Image Select Screen Composite Image Adjust Screen


Images to be stitched to make a composite The boarder of stitched images selected in
image for a long body part can be selected. "Composite Image Select" screen can be
adjusted.
note 1 : This function is an option that should
be separately purchased.
p.107 This screen is not available on the
CS-2 that is not equipped with this
opetion.

Format Select Dialogue


Selects the image output
format (1, 2, 4-frame).

p.109

Properties Screen
A screen for outputting the
image to printer, viewer/
server, FD.

p.125

System Shutdown

p.23

System Menu Screen


A screen for overall setups
of the CS-2 system.

p.19 Screen Flow-D (System Menu)

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Screen Flow-B (When "Exam Registration" screen is set as an initial screen)


Popular screen for regular opereation

p.121

Patient Info Modify Screen


A screen for modification of
Exam Registration Screen Image Confirm Screen
patient info.
A screen to add new patient info A screen for exam order
to the exam list or to search for registration or check of scanned
a patient. image. Selectable between
single-image format and four- p.103
p.74
image format.
p.95

Image "Rotate/Flip" Dialogue


A screen for selection of
image rotate/flip axis and
its angle.

p.104

Exam List Screen


A screen to list exam
orders of various patients.

p.117 Annotation Setup Screen


Position where anotation should be
attached can be selected.

note1
p.211 p.213

Conposite Image Select Screen Composite Image Adjust Screen


Images to be stitched to make a composite The boarder of stitched images selected in
Filter Key Screen
image for a long body part can be selected. "Composite Image Select" screen can be
A screen to select the
adjusted.
items (Medical Office,
Hospital Ward, Exam
note 1 : This function is an option that should
Room) with which the exam be separately purchased.
order is filtered. p.107
This screen is not available on the
p.123 CS-2 that is not equipped with this
opetion.

Format Select Dialogue


Selects the image output
format (1, 2, 4-frame).

p.109

Properties Screen
A screen for outputting the
image to printer, viewer/
server, FD.

p.127

Device Status Screen


A screen on which the
status of devices
connected to the CS-2 can
be checked.

p.125

System Shutdown

p.23

System Menu Screen


A screen for overall setups
of the CS-2 system.

p.19 Screen Flow-D (System Menu)

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Screen Flow-C (When "Exam List" screen is set as an initial screen)


Popular screen for regular opereation

p.103

Patient Info Modify Screen


Exam List Screen Image Confirm Screen A screen for modification of
A screen to list exam orders of A screen for exam order patient info.
various patients. registration or check of scanned
image. Selectable between
p.92 single-image format and four-
image format.
p.104
p.95

Image "Rotate/Flip" Dialogue


A screen for selection of
image rotate/flip axis and
its angle.
Exam Registration Screen
A screen to add new patient
info to the exam list or to p.104
search for a patient.
p.121

Annotation Setup Screen


Position where anotation should be
attached can be selected.

Patient Info Modify Screen note 1


p.211 p.213
A screen for correction of
patient info.
p.121

Conposite Image Select Screen Composite Image Adjust Screen


Images to be stitched to make a composite The boarder of stitched images selected in
image for a long body part can be selected. "Composite Image Select" screen can be
adjusted.

note 1 : This function is an option that should


be separately purchased.
Filter Key Screen p.107
This screen is not available on the
A screen to select the items CS-2 that is not equipped with this
(Medical Office, Hospital Ward, opetion.
Exam Room) with which the
exam order is filtered.
p.123

Format Select Dialogue


Selects the image output
format (1, 2, 4-frame).

p.109

Properties Screen
A screen for outputting the
image to printer, viewer/
server, FD.

p.127

Device Status Screen


A screen on which the
status of devices
connected to the CS-2 can
be checked.

p.125

System Shutdown

p.23

System Menu Screen


A screen for overall setups
of the CS-2 system.

p.19 Screen Flow-D (System Menu)

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Screen Flow-D (System Menu)

System Menu Screen Device Status Screen


A screen for overall setups of A screen on which the status of
the CS-2 system. devices connected to the CS-2
p.125 can be checked.
p.127

Examination History screen Image Browse Screen


A screen on which the past Using this screen, images of the
exams can be browsed. past exams can be browsed.
Reprint of the past images is
p.139 also possilbe.
p.142

Console Select Screen Examination hstory Screen of


Browse of images processed on the browse target
other consoles is enabled using Examination History screen of
the image sharing function. the browse target console.
Select the target console to be Starting from this screen,
browsed in this screen. browse or reprint can be
p.141 implemented. p.142

User Tool Starts Up

p.152

Password Input Screen


A screen to input the password
to start up the User Tool.

System Shutdown

p.23

Returns to "Initial Screen"

p.73 Switching
When the initial screen is "Exam Registration" or "Exam List" screen, [Initial Screen] the Initial
button appears on the "System Menu" screen. Touching this button will switch the Screen
initial screen between "Exam Registration" and "Exam List" screen.

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Body Part Auto Recognition


Simplified Exam Tag key combination enabled by the CS-2's "Body Part Auto Recognition
System" helps set the image processing conditions that suit best to each body part.
"Body Part Auto Recognition" functions to select the best image processing condition for
the body part by recognizing the body part and its orientation from the scanned image.
An image area of the body part is specified and various distinctive factors are read from
that image area by analyzing the image signal. Finally, the best image processing
condition for the body part is selected by integrally evaluating these factors.

Parameter Auto Study Function


CS-2 automatically implements a gradation conversion so that the contrast is increased
and the density is adjusted in the ROI of the image. However, there may be a request to
further adjust the density and/or contrast depending on the taste. To meet these requests,
CS-2 is equipped with the "Parameter Auto Study" function with which an automatic
adjustment of density and contrast is made available. This functions as follows;
First of all, CS-2 records the density and contrast adjustments made by the user. Every
time when these adjustments reach a specific count, the best parameters are calculated
from the last several adjustments. Based on this result, currently used parameters are
replaced by the newly calculated parameters.
Through this process, the more examinations are carried out, the more suitable imaging
results are available.

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Chap.

Operation
3
How to operate the CS-2 is detailed in this
chapter.

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Ch.3 Operation

Start Up
How to start up the CS-2 is described below.

Before turning on the CS-2, check that the devices (REGIUS MODEL 170/190,
Printers, Viewers, Server, etc.) are correctly connected to the CS-2, and the power
of those devices has been turned on.

Check that a floppy disk is not inserted in the CS-2 Controller Unit. If it is inserted,
push the release button to remove it. With the floppy disk inserted in the CS-2
Controller Unit, CS-2 will not start up.

1 Push the [Standby] button of the CS-2 Operation


Unit to turn on.

2 Push the [Power] button located on the front of the


CS-2 Controller Unit.
Start up message is displayed on the CS-2
Operation Unit, followed by OS boot up
message.

CS-2 System Boot Up screen will be displayed


after a while. System initialization is carried out CS-2 software version
while this screen is displayed. is displayed on the
"System Boot Up"
screen.

After completing the initialization, CS-2 Initial


System Boot Up Screen screen ("Image Confirm", "Exam Registration"
or "Exam List" screen) will be displayed, and It takes approx. 3 min-
operation can start. utes to complete the ini-
tialization after the pow-
er is turned on.

Three types of screens ("Image Confirm", "Exam Registration" and "Exam List" p.12 Three Initial
Screens
screens) are available as an initial screen for the CS-2.

Image Confirm Screen Exam Registration Screen Exam List Screen

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Ch.3 Operation

Shutdown (Power OFF)


Procedures for switching off the CS-2 power supply is described below.
Switching off the CS-2 power supply may be done from the initial screen ("Image Confirm", "Exam Registration" or
"Exam List" screen) on the CS-2 Operation Unit (monitor).

The procedure detailed below must be followed when switching off the CS-2 power
supply. Do not switch off power from the control unit power switch: doing so may re-
sult in loss of data or damage to the system software.

1
1 Touch the [KONICA MINOLTA] button at the top
left of the initial screen ("Image Confirm" screen
The figure at left shows
or "Exam List" screen).
display when the
The system menu will be displayed. "Image Confirm"
screen has been set as
the initial screen.

2 Touch the [Shutdown] button on the system


menu.
A confirmation request will be displayed.

2
3 Touch the [YES] button.
CS-2 termination process will be carried out
and, after a short time, power will be
automatically switched off.
To discontinue system termination, touch the
3 [NO] button and then the [Back] button on the
system menu. Termination will be aborted and
the initial screen ("Image Confirm", "Exam
Registration" or "Exam List" screen)
displayed.
Upon termination of CS-2, the reader unit will
automatically be put into power-save (sleep)
mode.

If image data is still being transmitted to external devices such as printers, a mes-
sage will be displayed. System shut-down will be executed upon completion of im-
age transmission. Any images not output upon completion of system shut-down will
be transmitted the next time CS-2 is activated.

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Ch.3 Operation

Using the Input Panel


An input panel from which character data may be input is displayed on the "Exam Registration" screen (screens
requiring data input).
The following two types of input panel are available.
Display changes automatically according to the input column currently selected on screen.
Changes may be effected by touching the [ABC/abc] and [Keyboard] buttons at the top of the keyboard.

Input Panel
[ABC/abc]
Displayed when an input column requiring input of
alphabetical or numerical characters is selected.
Touching the "Caps Lock" key will switch between
upper and lower case characters.

[Keyboard]
Displayed when an input column requiring input of
alphabetical or numerical characters is selected.
Touching the "Caps Lock" key will switch between
upper and lower case characters.

The arrow marks above


the "ENTER" key are
used to move the
cursor position in the
time/date input column.

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Sequence of
4
Examination This chapter describes the sequence of
examination using CS-2.

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Ch.4 Sequence of Examination

Flowchart of Actual Examination

Init. Screen : Init. Screen : Init. Screen :


Input the "Image Confirm" "Exam Registration" "Exam List"
Patient Info

or or

Operation only with "Image Examination can be started Select the patient info that shall
Confirm" screen without after inputting the patient info. be examined from the list of
opening patient info input It is also possible to select the patient info. If no patient info to
screens. Touching the [Patient exam orders suspended or be examined is found in the list,
Info Disp] allows sent from higher HOST by a new patient info can be
addition/change of patient switching to "Exam List" added to the list.
p.12 info. screen.
Three Initial p.27 p.29 p.31
Screens

Exam Tag Selection


Order Regist. Select the rough Select the exam tag.
& classification of the
Image Reading body parts.

Exam order is
registered.

Auto-Regist. Barcode Regist. Screen Menu

Insert the Register


cassette into the barcode.
the REGIUS Select the
MODEL 170/190. or or exam order

p.34 Insert the Insert the


cassette into cassette into
the REGIUS the REGIUS
MODEL 170/190. MODEL 170/190.

p.36 p.39

REGIUS MODEL 170/190 scans and the image is displayed on the CS-2.
p.14
the image. . . . .
Three Ways of
Exam Order
Registration

Normal output Output per order Normal output of Output after changing
Image Output per order with detailed setting all orders the print format
Output is made per Output is made per Outputs all orders at a Outputs 2 or 4 images
image after check. image after setting time. per film at a time.
or details. or or

Detailed

p.48 p.49 p.51 p.52

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Examination Sequence
Procedures for patient info registration through image confirmation are detailed below.
As described in the chapter 2, there are several choices of initial screen, image format and exam order registration.
Examination sequence for each combination of these choices is described below.
As for the image format, because the operation is the same whether it is single-image or four-image format, a single-
image format is taken as an example in the following explanation.

Inputting the Patient Info ("Image Confirm" screen as an initial screen)


Following is the patient info input procedure when "Image Confirm" screen is set as an
initial screen.

When the system is configured to receive the patient info from upstream HOST in
the network, the patient info will be automatically displayed when it is received, thus
it is not necessary to manually input them.

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When receiving
the patient info
from upstream
HOST. Patient info is displayed in
the Patient Info field.

1
1 Touch the Patient Info filed.
"Exam Registration" screen is displayed.

Deleting the displayed Patient Info.


Touch [Complete] button to delete the dis-
played Patient Info.
A screen to confirm the exam completion will
be displayed. Touching [YES] button will
delete the Patient Info.

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2 Input the Patient Info using the input panel or


keyboard.

3 Touch the [OK] button.


Exam of the selected patient starts, and the
"Image Confirm" screen is displayed.
Patient Info input in the Step.2 shall be
displayed in the patient info field at the upper
part of the "Image Confirm" screen.

Following this screen, carry out exam order registration and image
scanning.

In the case of Auto-Registration p.34 Exam Order


Registration
and Image
Scanning
(Auto-
Registration)

In the case of Barcode-Registration p.36 Exam Order


Registration
and Image
Scanning
(Barcode
Registration)

In the case of Screen Menu Selection p.39 Exam Order


Registration
and Image
Scanning
(Screen
Menu
Selection)

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Inputting the Patient Info ("Exam Registration" screen as an initial screen)


Following is the patient info input procedure when "Exam Registration" screen is set as an
initial screen.

When the system is configured to receive the patient info from upstream devices in
the network, the patient info will be automatically displayed when it is received, thus
it is not necessary to manually input them.
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When receiving
the patient info
from upstream
devices. Patient info is displayed in
the Patient Info field.

1 Input the Patient Info using the input panel or


keyboard.

To move the cursor from one item to the other in the Patient Info field.
Touching [ENTER] button after inputting first item moves the cursor to the next item.
To skip the item that requires no input, touch [ENTER] button or directly touch the
next item to be input.
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Input the ID, and touch the Cursor moves to the name
[ENTER] button. column.

For "Sex", "Pregnancy" and "Hospital Ward", select


buttons are displayed instead of input panel. Touch
the select button to select the appropriate item.
Touch [Blank] button when no input is required for
"Hospital Ward".
Cursor moves to the next item.
p.33 Inputting the
(Ex.: Sex selection screen)
Patient Info
(search from
database)
For the system that sends the patient info from the upstream devices, it is possible
to search the patient info from the "Exam Registration" screen using patient ID as a
search key and to input them in the "Exam Registration" screen.

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2 Touch the [Perform] button.


Exam of the selected patient starts, and the
"Image Confirm" screen is displayed.
Patient Info input in the Step.2 will be displayed
in the patient info field at the upper part of the
"Image Confirm" screen.
Touch the patient info field when the patient
2 info should be edited.

Images and informations that have been already sent to the external devices will not be
automatically resent when they are changed after they are sent.

Following this screen, carry out exam order registration and image
scanning.

In the case of Auto-Registration p.34 Exam Order


Registration
and Image
Scanning
(Auto-
Registration)

In the case of Barcode-Registration p.36 Exam Order


Registration
and Image
Scanning
(Barcode
Registration)

In the case of Screen Menu Selection p.39 Exam Order


Registration
and Image
Scanning
(Screen
Menu
Selection)

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Inputting the Patient Info ("Exam List" screen as an initial screen)


Following is the patient info input procedure when "Exam List" screen is set as an initial
screen.

When the system is configured to receive the patient info from upstream devices in
the network, the patient info will be automatically displayed when it is received, thus
it is not necessary to manually input them.
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When receiving
the patient info
from upstream
devices. Patient info is displayed in
the Patient Info field.

1 Touch the [Register] button.


"Exam Registration" screen will be displayed.

1
2 Input the Patient Info using the input panel or
keyboard.

p.33 Inputting the


Patient Info
For the system that sends the patient info from the upstream devices, it is possible (search from
to search the patient info from the "Exam Registration" screen using patient ID as a database)
search key and to input them in the "Exam Registration" screen.

3 Touch the [OK] button.


"Exam List" screen will be displayed.
Patient info registered in the Step.2 will be
added to the "Exam List".

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4 Touch the Patient Info to be examined.


4 The frame of the selected Patient Info turns to
green.

5 Touch the [Perform] button.


Exam of the selected patient starts, and the
"Image Confirm" screen is displayed.
Patient Info input in the Step.4 will be displayed
in the patient info field at the upper part of the
"Image Confirm" screen.

Images and informations that have been already sent to the external devices will not be
automatically resent when they are changed after they are sent.

Following this screen, carry out exam order registration and image
scanning.

In the case of Auto-Registration p.34 Exam Order


Registration
and Image
Scanning
(Auto-
Registration)

In the case of Barcode-Registration p.36 Exam Order


Registration
and Image
Scanning
(Barcode
Registration)

In the case of Screen Menu Selection p.39 Exam Order


Registration
and Image
Scanning
(Screen
Menu
Selection)

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Inputting the Patient Info (search from database)


For the system that sends the patient info from the upstream devices, it is possible to search the patient info from the
"Exam Registration" screen using patient ID as a search key and to input them in the "Exam Registration" screen.

Items of patient info that can be used as a search key: Patient ID, Name
Patient Info will be reg-
istered in the patient
1 Touch the input window for input of patient database when starting
the exam or switching
ID,name (English) and input the characters to
2 be searched from the input panel (or CS-2 the screen.
keyboard). However, it will not be
registered when "NO" is
selected in the confir-
1 mation dialogue.

2 Touch the [Search] button.


Patient data including the input characters will be
searched and the result screen (patient ID,
name,sex, age) displayed. When the Patient Info is
searched from the data-
Search by Patient ID : Searches on those Patient IDs that perfectly match the ID. base in the upstream de-
Search by Patient name : Searches all Patient names that partially match the condi- vices or CS-2, search will
tion. automatically start when
the cursor moves to the
next item after inputting
The [Search] button is displayed only when the system configuration is set so that the first search key.
the patient data is searched from the database in the upstream devices or CS-2.

3 Touch the scroll button to locate the Patient Info When one Patient Info is
the result of search, a list
when there are more than 10 search results.
of the search result will not
be displayed. It will be di-
rectly input in the "Exam
3 Registration" screen.

p.120 Sorting the


Touching the title of the column allows sorting of the list.
"Exam List"

4 Touch the Patient Info to be input.


4 Frame of the selected Patient Info turns to
green.

5 Touch the [OK] button.


Selected Patient Info will be input in the "Exam
Registration".

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Exam Order Registration and Image Scanning (Auto-Registration)


Procedures for exam order registration through image scanning utilizing the auto-registration feature to create the
exam order.

1 Select the Patient Info to be examined, and


touch the [Perform] button.
Exam of the selected Patient Data starts, and
the "Image Confirm" screen will be displayed,
A part of the selected Patient Info will be
displayed in the upper field of the "Image
Confirm" screen.

2 Touch the rough classification of the body parts that


shall be registered in the exam order.
The rough classification of the body parts
2 changes its color from blue to green.
Exam tags displayed beneath the rough
classification changes according to the
selected classification.

3 Touch the exam tag to be registered in the order.


Selected exam tag button changes to green.

4 Insert the cassette that has been exposed into


the insertion slot of the cassette reader.
Scanned image will be automatically
associated with the exam order selected in the
Step.3, and the scanned image will be
displayed in the display field of each exam
order.

5 Touch the scroll button to display the scanned


image for image check and adjustments.
Density value, Contrast value, Masking ON/OFF
and Rotate/Flip ON/OFF of the selected exam
order (exam order whose frame is green) are
displayed in the upper right area of the image
field.

When the wrong exam order is associated with the image, that image will be dis-
played over the whole area of the CS-2 Operation Panel. Touch the icon for the cor-
rect body part after [OK] and [NG] buttons are displayed.

Inserting the cassette into the REGIUS MODEL 170/190 will issue the exam order.
REGIUS MODEL 170 can hold another cassette as a stack. An exam order will be
issued for this stacked cassette according to the selected exam tag as well. If a
wrong exam order is issued for the stacked cassette, correct it either by following
the forementioned procedures or remove the stacked cassette once, and insert it
again into the slot after selecting the correct exam tag.

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Following this screen;

Outputting the image


Ordinary output of each exam order p.48 Image Output
(Normal out-
put per Exam
Order)

Output of each exam order with detailed settings p.49 Image Output
(Output with
detailed set-
tings per
Exam Order)
Ordinary output of all exam orders at a time p.51 Image Output
(Normally
output of all
Exam Orders)

Ordinary output of a single-image or a four-image format on a film. p.52 Image Output


(Normal out-
put with for-
mat changes)

Ordinary output of a single-image or a four-image format on a film p.59 Image Output


with detailed setting. (Print format
with detailed
settings)

Altering the image processing condition


Alters the density and contrast settings. p.42 Altering
Density &
Contrast
Sets ON/OFF of image Rotation/Flip. p.45 Rotate/Flip of
the Image

Sets ON/OFF of Masking. p.46 Setting the


Masking

Input the X-ray info. p.47 Setting the X-


Ray Info

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Ch.4 Sequence of Examination

Exam Order Registration and Image Scanning (Barcode Registration)


Procedures for exam order registration through image scanning when exposing the cassette with barcode registration
are described in the following.

1 Select the Patient Info to be examined, and


touch the [Perform] button.
Exam of the selected Patient Data starts, and
the "Image Confirm" screen will be displayed,
A part of the selected Patient Info will be
displayed in the upper field of the "Image
Confirm" screen.

2 Touch the rough classification of the body parts that


shall be registered with the exam order.
The rough classification of the body parts
2 changes its color from blue to green.
Exam tags displayed beneath the rough
classification changes according to the
selected classification.

3 Touch the exam tag to be registered in the order.


The selected exam order will be registered, and
added to the image display list. Deleting the Exam Order
Continue touching the exam tag button to For the exam order that is
register the exam tag to the exam order. registered by mistake,
leave it without barcode
3 registration, and touch
[Complete] button after
completing normal exami-
nation.
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4 Touch the exam order in the order list, which


shall be scanned.
The frame of the selected exam order changes
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6 Repeat the Step.4 and 5 to read in the barcode Exposure -> Cassette
Scanning per each ex-
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7 After completing the exposure, insert the cas-


sette one after the other into the cassette slot.
The description for the
Inserting order of the cassettes can be random.
use of bar code reader
Scanned image of each cassette will be in the left is an example
displayed in the view field of each exam order.
for a single bar code
reader. However, it can
be also applied to a

8 When there are several exam orders, the multi-bar code reader.

scanned image displayed in the current field


may not be the one for that exam order. In this
case, touch the scroll button to display the cor-
rect image so that a check and modification of
correct image can be performed.
8 An image for the selected exam order will be
displayed in the viewing field.
Density value, Contrast value, Masking ON/OFF
and Rotate/Flip ON/OFF of the selected exam
order (exam order whose frame is green) are
displayed in the upper right area of the image
field.

Image Confirm
Enabling this function allows the image to be automatically output when
a specific time elapses after scanning the image, assuming that the im-
age has been confirmed. When re-exposure is necessary, touch [NG]
button before the time is reached.
Remaining time (sec) before the image is confirmed is indicated on the
[OK] button.
Changing the setting of density, contrast, rotate/flip and masking
before the time is reached will cancel the image confirm process. It is
required to touch the [OK] button to restart the process.
Count down is cancelled if any error message is shown before the time
is reached. Closing the message box will restart the count down.

If the exam order for the cassette that is inserted following the Step.7 is not dis-
played in the "Image Confirm" screen, an image will not be displayed even though
the cassette is scanned without failure. Touching the scroll button to locate the ex-
am order for the cassette allows the scanned image to appear in the view field of the
corresponding exam order.

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Deleting unnecessary exam orders.


Follow the procedure below to delete the exam orders registered by mistake or un-
necessary.

1. Perform barcode registration, image


check, and image output for the neces-
sary exam orders, while leaving the
unnecessary exam order without bar-
code registration.

2. Touch the [Complete] button.


A dialogue showing the message
"Suspend or cancel Exam?" will be
displayed.

3.Touch the [Complete] button.


Unnecessary orders are deleted at
this point, and exam is completed.

Following this screen;

Outputting the image


Ordinary output of each exam order p.48 Image Output
(Normal out-
put per Exam
Order)

Output of each exam order with detailed settings p.49 Image Output
(Output with
detailed set-
tings per
Exam Order)
Ordinary output of all exam orders at a time p.51 Image Output
(Normally
output of all
Exam Orders)

Ordinary output of a single-image or a four-image format on a film. p.52 Image Output


(Normal out-
put with for-
mat changes)

Ordinary output of a single-image or a four-image format on a film p.59 Image Output


with detailed setting. (Print format
with detailed
settings)

Altering the image processing condition


Alters the density and contrast settings. p.42 Altering
Density &
Contrast
Sets ON/OFF of image Rotate/Flip. p.45 Rotate/Flip of
the Image

Sets ON/OFF of Masking. p.46 Setting the


Masking

Input the X-ray info. p.47 Setting the X-


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Exam Order Registration and Image Scanning (Screen Menu Selection)


Exam procedures for scanning the cassette using the "Screen Menu" selection are described below.

1 Select the Patient Info to be examined, and


touch the [Perform] button.
Exam of the selected Patient Data starts, and
the "Image Confirm" screen will be displayed,
A part of the selected Patient Info will be
displayed in the upper field of the "Image
Confirm" screen.

2 Touch the rough classification of the body parts that


shall be registered with the exam order.
The rough classification of the body parts
2 changes its color from blue to green.
Exam tags displayed beneath the rough
classification changes according to the
selected classification.

3 Touch the exam tag to be registered in the order. Deleting the Exam Order
The selected exam order will be registered, and
For the exam order that is
added to the image display list.
registered by mistake,
Continue touching the exam tag button to leave it without registra-
register the exam tag with the exam order.
tion, and touch [Complete]
button after completing
3 normal examination.
A dialogue to confirm
abortion of the exam order
will be displayed. Touch
[OK] on this dialogue to
abort the exam order.
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order list.
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When the cassettes are scanned according to the order selected in the Step.3, it is
not necessary to specify the scanning order. In this case, skip the Step.4 and pro-
ceed to the Step.5.

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5 Insert the cassette into the cassette slot in the


scanning order set in the Step.4 after completing
exposures.
First-scanned image will be displayed in the
viewing field of the exam order that is set for
the first scan.
Upon completing scanning of the first image,
the reading orders of the exam orders that are
not scanned yet increment by one and are
displayed.

6 When there are several exam orders, the


scanned image displayed in the current field
may not be the one for that exam order. In this
case, touch the scroll button to display the cor-
rect image so that a check and modification of
correct image can be performed.
An image for the selected exam order will be
displayed in the viewing field.
Density value, Contrast value, Masking ON/OFF
and Rotate/Flip ON/OFF of the selected exam
order (exam order whose frame is green) are
displayed in the upper right area of the image
field.

Image Confirm
Enabling this function allows the image to be automatically output when
a specific time elapses after scanning the image, assuming that the im-
age has been confirmed. When re-exposure is necessary, touch [NG]
button before the time is reached.
Remaining time (sec) before the image is confirmed is indicated on the
[OK] button.
Changing the setting of density, contrast, rotate/flip and masking
before the time is reached will cancel the image confirm process. It is
required to touch the [OK] button to restart the process.
Count down is cancelled if any error message is shown before the time
is reached. Closing the message box will restart the count down.

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Following this screen;

Outputting the image


Ordinary output of each exam order p.48 Image Output
(Normal out-
put per Exam
Order)

Output of each exam order with detailed settings p.49 Image Output
(Output with
detailed set-
tings per
Exam Order)
Ordinary output of all exam orders at a time p.51 Image Output
(Normally
output of all
Exam Orders)

Ordinary output of a single-image or a four-image format on a film. p.52 Image Output


(Normal out-
put with for-
mat changes)

Ordinary output of a single-image or a four-image format on a film p.59 Image Output


with detailed setting. (Print format
with detailed
settings)

Altering the image processing condition


Alters the density and contrast settings. p.42 Altering
Density &
Contrast
Sets ON/OFF of image Rotation/Flip. p.45 Rotate/Flip of
the Image

Sets ON/OFF of Masking. p.46 Setting the


Masking

Input the X-ray info. p.47 Setting the X-


Ray Info

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Altering the Processing Condition


How to alter the Exam Tag (Density, Contrast, Rotate/Flip, Masking ON/OFF) for the image scanned by the REGIUS
MODEL 170/190 is detailed below.

Processing condition can be practiced both before and after the image output. It is
also possible to alter the processing condition using "Exam History" screen.

Altering the Density & Contrast


Alter the Density and Contrast of the scanned image following the procedures below.

1 Touch the image area of the body part whose


processing condition shall be altered.
Frame of the image changes to green.

2 Alter the density and contrast using the Density


and Contrast slide bars.
Processing condition of the image changes
2 according to the position of the slide bar.

Density Slide Bar


Alter the density either by clicking the right or left mouse buttons or sliding the slide
bar to the right or left.
Touching the right mouse button or sliding the slide bar to the right will increase the
density.
Touching the left mouse button or sliding the slide bar to the left will decrease the
density.

<To increase the density>


Touch the right mouse button several times or slide the slide bar to the right.

Density too low Touch several times Desired density

<To decrease the density>


Touch the left mouse button several times or slide the slide bar to the left.

Density too high Touch several times Desired density

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Contrast Slide Bar


Alter the contrast either by clicking the right or left mouse buttons or sliding the slide
bar to the right or left.
Touching the right mouse button or sliding the slide bar to the right will increase the
contrast.
Touching the left mouse button or sliding the slide bar to the left will decrease the
contrast.

<To increase the contrast>


Touch the right mouse button several times or slide the slide bar to the right.

Contrast too low Touch several times Desired contrast

<To decrease the contrast>


Touch the left mouse button several times or slide the slide bar to the left.

Contrast too high Touch several times Desired contrast

Changing the Exam Order to another.


Follow the procedures below to change the Exam Order to another after the image
is scanned.
1. Touch the icon of the exam order for
the image that shall be changed.
Frame of the icon changes to
green.

2. Touch the Exam Tag to which it 1


should be changed.
Exam Tag for the Exam Order will
be changed.

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Resetting the processing condition to the initial status.


Follow the procedures below to reset the altered processing condition to the initial
status.

1. Touch the icon of the Exam Order that


shall be reset to the initial status.
Frame of the icon changes to
green.

1
2. Touch the Exam Tag that was original-
ly registered for the Exam Order.
Exam Tag for the Exam Order
resumes the original condition.

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Rotate/Flip of the Image


When the orientation of the scanned image is incorrect, follow the procedures below to
rotate or flip the image.

1 Touch the image area of the body part whose


processing condition should be altered.
Frame of the image changes to green.

2 Touch the [Rotate/Flip] button.


Rotate/Flip dialogue will be displayed.
2

3 Touch and select appropriate image illustration


shown on the dialogue.
Close the Rotate/Flip dialogue, and return to
the "Image Confirm" screen.

3
Result of "180 Flip"

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Setting the Masking


Follow the procedures below to set ON/OFF of Masking for the scanned image.

Masking
The purpose of this type of image processing is to black out areas outside the field
of X-ray exposure on the scanned image. This prevents undue light leakage and
eye fatigue during reading of printed or soft copy images.
OFF ON

Area that is not exposed to X-ray.

For accurate masking process ;


Following should be noted to enhance the accuracy in masking process.

1. The protector should be positioned as parallel as possible to the exposure field


or in a place that does not interfere the edge of the exposure field.
2. Pay attention so that the object (clothes, other body parts, etc.) other than the
body parts to be exposed should not be included within the exposure field.
3. Position the target body part as close as to the center of the exposure field.
4. When a split exposure is made, leave an unexposed area of 1cm or more
between the exposure fields.

1 Touch the image area of the body part whose


processing condition shall be altered.
Frame of the image changes to green.

2 Touch the [Masking] button.


Upon touch, masking of the selected image
2 switches ON and OFF.
When the Masking is set to ON, a masking
frame (yellow) will be displayed.
When the output is made with the Masking ON,
the areas outside this masking frame will be
Masking frame black.
(yellow) appears.

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Setting the X-Ray Info


Input the X-ray info (KVP, Exposure, Image Area Dose) with which the examination is made.

Whether this function should be enabled or not will be set by the service engineer
considering the operation at the user.

Input of the exposure dose of the X-ray can be accepted both before or after the im-
age is output. Also to be input on the "Exam History" screen.

Setting the exposure dose


Follow the procedures below to input the exposure dose. The same procedure should be
followed to change the exposure dose already input.

1 Touch the X-ray info displayed at the upper left of


the image.
1 "X-ray Info Input" dialogue will be displayed.

When the x-ray info has not been input yet, the value for the X-ray info shown at the
upper left will be indicated as "******".

****** KV
****** mAs
****** dGym2

2 Input the value for KVP, Exposure, Image Area


Dose, and touch the [OK] button.
Input can be made using either of dialogue or
keyboard ten-key.

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Image Output (Normal output per Exam Order)


Procedures to output the image per Exam Order with the initial settings are described below.
p.95 Image
Confirm
When Image Confirm is enabled, an image will be automatically output assuming Screen
that the image is confirmed after a specific time.

1 Display the image to be output using the scroll but- Images may be output
ton. one at a time upon com-
pletion of each image
reading operation, or in
batch mode upon com-
pletion of the reading
1 operation for all orders.

2 Touch the [OK] button. p.51 Image Output


(Normal out-
"Print Preview" screen will be displayed. put of all
Exam Orders)

2 Output preview can be


disabled using the User

3 Check the image, and click the [OK] button. Tool setting.

Touching the [Cancel] button will display the


"Properties" screen.

Image output starts, and a small icon indicating


the target output device (Printer,
3 Viewer/Server) will be displayed at the upper
left corner of the image display field.

Once the output starts, the icon changes from


B&W to green.
: Printer Output
Queue
Upon completion of output to the target device, : Viewer/Host
the icon changes to "Output Completed" Output Queue
status.
Outputting
Depending on the set up at the time of installation, either
: not flipped
of the icons shown in the right may be printed on the Awaiting output
edge of output film(image data when output to the Host),
: flipped Output completed
indicating the image is flipped or not.

4 Repeat the Step.1 ~ 3 to output all images.

5 Touch the [Complete] button.


Screen switches either to "Exam Registration"
or "Exam List" screen.

5 p.71 Browsing the


"Exam
History" (out-
putting the
To re output the image before ending the Exam, use the "Properties" screen. Exam Order
in the "Exam
History")
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Image Output (Output with detailed settings per Exam Order)


Procedures to output the image per Exam Order with the detailed settings are described below.

When Image Confirm is enabled, an image will be automatically output assuming


that the image is confirmed after a specific time.

1 Touch the [Properties] button.


"Properties" screen will be displayed.

1
2 Display the image to be output using the scroll but-
ton.

3 Touch the image area of the body part that shall be


output.
3 The frame of the image display field changes to
green.

4 Select the output device.


Items that can be set will be different
depending on the output device.
4

5 Touch the output preview field.


An image selected in the Step.3 will be
displayed in the output preview field.
[Output] button is activated for selection.

[Output] button will not be activated when the image is not displayed in the output
preview field. In this case, it is requested to select the image to be output following
the Step.2 ~ 5.

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6 When a printer is selected for the output, select the


film size, image orientation, format and output
method.
The image displayed in the output preview field
changes according to these selections.

6
7 Touch the [Output] button.
The image will be printed according to the
settings made in the Step.6.
To save the image data on a floppy disk,
"Browse for Folder" screen will be displayed.
Select the target folder, and touch [Output]
7 button to save the image data .

Upon touching the [Output] button to send the data to the printer or viewer/server,
it is assumed that the image is confirmed (the image is judged "OK").

To save the image data on a floppy disk, always select the floppy disk drive (Drive
"A") in the "Browse for Folder" screen.
It is also possible to export the data to the external PCs, however it is limited to the
PCs exhibited in "My Network".

Depending on the set up at the time of installation, : No flip


either of the icons shown in the right may be printed on
the edge of output film(image data when output to the : Flip
Host), indicating the image is flipped or not.

8 Repeat the Step.2 ~ 7 to output other


images.
Replacing the image that shall be output with detailed settings.
To replace the image that is originally selected for output with detailed settings in
the Step.2 ~ 5 is described below.
1. Touch the image area of the body part
with which the current image should
be replaced.
The frame of the image changes to 1
green.

2. Touch the output preview field.

The image to be output with


detailed settings will be replaced
with the one selected in the
Step. 1.

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Image Output (Normal output of all Exam Orders)


Procedures to output all Exam Orders with the initial settings are described below.
p.95 Image
Confirm
When Image Confirm is enabled, an image will be automatically output assuming Screen
that the image is confirmed after a specific time.

1 Check the processing condition of all scanned


images.

2 Touch the [Complete] button.


A message indicating there are some images
that are not confirmed yet appears.
2
3 Touch the [YES] button.
All images are output, and the Exam ended.
The screen returns to the initial screen ("Image
Confirm", "Exam Registration" or "Exam List"
screen)
3
Touching the [NO] button will returns to the
"Image Confirm" screen.
p.71 Browsing the
"Exam
History" (out-
Output preview will not be displayed when all Exam Orders are output at a time. putting the
Exam Order
in the "Exam
History")
To re output the image before ending the Exam, use the "Properties" screen.

Depending on the set up at the time of installation, ei- : No flip


ther of the icons shown in the right may be printed on
the edge of output film(image data when output to the : Flip
Host), indicating the image is flipped or not.

When all Exam Orders are output with the format set to "2 images to 2 frames" or "4 images to
4 frames", images will be aligned from left to right (
upper left -> upper right -> lower left -> lower right for 4 images) in order of the order registration,
and printed.

Ex) Output of 5 Exam Orders to "2 images on 2 frames".


First Exam Order : Left on the first film 1 2 3 4 5
Second Exam Order : Right on the first film
Third Exam Order : Left on the second film
1st sheet 2nd sheet 3rd sheet
Fourth Exam Order : Right on the second film
Fifth Exam Order : Left on the third film
(No image on the right side of the third film)

Ex) Output of 6 Exam Orders to "4 images on 4 frames".


First Exam Order : Upper left on the first film
1 2 5 6
Second Exam Order : Upper right on the first film
Third Exam Order : Lower left on the first film 3 4
Fourth Exam Order : Lower right on the first film 1st sheet 2nd sheet

Fifth Exam Order : Upper left on the second film


Sixth Exam Order : Upper right on the second film
(No image on the lower right and left side of the second film)
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Image Output (Normal output with format changes)


Use of print formats allows aligned output on one film of two versions of the same image each processed differently or
of two different images, or of four different images.

[1 on 1 Output] (From 1 Image to 2 Frames on 1 Film)


Two versions, different in processing condition, of the same exposed image may be output on one film. Primary/Secondary Image
When the image is output by
"1 on 1 Output", the image
on the left or at the top is re-
ferred to as the "Primary
Primary image
Image"; while the one at the
right or the bottom is referred
to as the "Secondary
Image."
Secondary image
Main

Main
Sec
Primary image Secondary image Sec

Two Images Aligned Horizontally (AA) Two Images Aligned Vertically (A)
A

[2 on 1 Output] (From 2 Images to 2 Frames on 1 Film)


Two different images may be output on one film.

Initial Image

Second Image

Initial Image Second Image


Two Images Aligned Horizontally (AB) Two Images Aligned Vertically (A)
B

4 on 1 Output
Four different images may be output on one film.

Initial Image Second Image

Third Image Fourth Image

Four Images Aligned Vertically & Horizontally ( AB)


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When [100% Output] is selected in the output method, the image will be trimmed if
the scanned image size is larger than the image display field.
Trimming will be implemented with the image center aligned to the center of the im- When [Output Whole] is
age display field. Trimming layout can be altered using the "Properties' screen. selected in the output
method, the image may
be reduced if the
Output of 2 images to 2 frames, 4 images to 4 frames are only available for identical scanned size is larger
four Exam Orders. than the output size.

Stamps for [1 on 1 Output] (From 1 Image to 2 Frames on 1 Film) are located in one
place. Stamps for [2 on 1 Output] (From 2 Images to 2 Frames on 1 Film) are locat-
ed in one place for each frame. Stamps for [4 on 1 Output] (From 4 Images to
4Frames on 1 Film) are located in one place for each frame.

Normal Output of 1 image to 2 frames

When "1 image to 2 frames" output is selected with the [Format] button in the
p.59 2 on 1 Output
"Image Confirm] screen, the output orientation is automatically selected so that the
(1 image to 2
maximum output image size is secured. frames) with
detailed set-
tings

1 Scan the image following the normal procedure.

If there are images for


which examination has
been completed, the "1
image to 2 frames"
2 Touch the image that shall be output in "1 image to output can be carried
2 frames" format. out through the
"Examination History"
The frame of the image display field changes to
green. screen.

2
3 Touch the "Print Format" button.
Print format select dialogue will be displayed.

3
4 Touch [AA] button to output in "1 image to 2
frames" format.
Close the print format select dialogue, and
4 return to the "Image Confirm" screen.
The display of [Format] button changes from
"A" to "AA".

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5 Touch the [OK] button.


"Output Preview" screen will be displayed.

6 When the image displayed in the "Output


Preview" screen is OK, touch the [OK] button.
Returns to the "Image Confirm" screen.
The image will be output.

Touch the [CANCEL] button when changes in output method (100%/Whole Image), trim- p.59 2 on 1 Output
(1 image to 2
ming layout or format are required. frames) with
"Properties" screen will be displayed. detailed set-
tings
Touching the [Output] button after the change will output the image.
Touching the [Back] button will output the image and return to the "Image Confirm" screen.

"Properties' screen is
displayed. Use this screen to
change the output method,
trimming layout.

Depending on the set up at the time of installation, ei- : No flip


ther of the icons shown in the right may be printed on
the edge of output film(image data when output to the : Flip
Host), indicating the image is flipped or not.

Print format changed in the "Image Confirm" screen will be sustained.

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2 on 1 Output (2 images to 2 frames on 1 film)

When "2 on 1" output is selected with the [Format] button in the "Image Confirm]
screen, the output orientation is automatically selected so that the maximum output p.61 2 on 1 Output
image size is made possible. (2 image to 2
frames) with
detailed set-
1 Scan 2 images following the normal procedure. tings

If there are images for


which examination has
been completed, the 2
2 Touch the "Format" button. on 1 output can be car-
Print format select dialogue will be displayed. ried out through the
"Examination History"
screen.

3 Touch [AB] button to output in "2 on 1" format.


Close the print format select dialogue, and
return to the "Image Confirm" screen.
The display of [Format] button changes from
3 "A" to "AB".

4 Confirm the first image for the 2 on 1 output,


and touch the [OK] button.
The first image is put in a print queue.
[Format] button becomes disabled.
4
An icon appears in the Exam Order display
field, indicating the first image for 2 on 1
output.
: Icon indicating the first image for 2 on 1 output

5 Confirm the second image for the 2 on 1 output,


and touch the [OK] button.
"Output Preview" screen will be displayed.

6 When the image displayed in the "Output


Preview" screen is OK, touch the [OK] button.
The image will be output.

6
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Exchanging the right and left images (2 on 1 output)


Touch the [Image Exchange] button to exchange the right and left images.
Right and left images displayed on the "Output Preview" screen exchange.

Right & left are exchanged

Touch the [CANCEL] button when changes in output method (100%/Whole Image), trim- p.61 2 on 1 Output
(2 image to 2
ming layout or format are required. frames) with
"Properties" screen will be displayed. detailed set-
tings
Touching the [Output] button after the change will output the image.
Touching the [Back] button will output the image and return to the "Image Confirm" screen.

"Properties' screen is
displayed. Use this screen to
change the output method,
trimming layout. p.109 Properties
Screen

Terminating the exam after clicking the [OK] button of the Exam Order that is select-
ed for 2 on 1(2 images to 2 frames on 1 film), without pairing the images, will output
the film with only one image on one side.

Depending on the set up at the time of installation, : No flip


either of the icons shown in the right may be printed on
the edge of output film(image data when output to the : Flip
Host), indicating the image is flipped or not.

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4 on 1 (4 images to 4 frames on 1 film)

When outputting the "4 on 1" format using the [Format] button in the "Image
Confirm" screen, the way images are aligned follows the order of image confirma-
p.63 Output of 4
tion. Use the "Properties" screen to change the alignment and to output. on 1 (4 image
to 4 frames)
with detailed

1 Scan 4 images following the normal procedure.


settings

If there are images for


which examination has
been completed, the 4
2 Touch the "Format" button. on 1 output can be car-
Print format select dialogue will be displayed. ried out through the
"Examination History"
screen.

3 Touch [ABCD] button to output in "4 on 1" format.


Close the print format select dialogue, and
return to the "Image Confirm" screen.
The display of [Format] button changes from
3 "A" to "ABCD".

4 Confirm the first image for the 4 on 1 output,


and touch the [OK] button.
The first image is put in a print queue.
[Format] button becomes disabled.
4
An icon appears in the Exam Order display
filed, indicating the first image for 4 on 1
output.
: Icon indicating the first image for 4 on 1 output

5 Confirm the second image for the 4 on 1 output,


and touch the [OK] button.
The second image is put in a print queue.
An icon appears in the Exam Order display
5 filed, indicating the second image for 4 on 1
output.

: Icon indicating the second image for 4 on 1 output

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6 Confirm the third image for the on 1 output, and


touch the [OK] button.
The third image is put in a print queue.
An icon appears in the Exam Order display
filed, indicating the third image for 4 on 1
output.

: Icon indicating the third image for 1 on 1 output


6

7 Confirm the fourth image for the 4 on 1 output,


and touch the [OK] button.
"Output Preview" screen will be displayed.

8 When the image displayed in the "Output


Preview" screen is OK, touch the [OK] button.
The image will be output.

Touch the [CANCEL] button when changes in output method (100%/Whole Image), trim- p.63 Output of 4
on 1 (4 image
ming layout or format are required. to 4 frames)
"Properties" screen will be displayed. with detailed
settings
Touching the [Output] button after the change will output the image.
Touching the [Back] button will output the image and return to the "Image Confirm" screen.

"Properties' screen is
displayed. Use this screen to
change the output method,
trimming layout.

Terminating the examination in the 4 on 1(4 images to 4 frames on 1 film) format with-
out specifying all 4 images will output the film in 4 frame format with blank frame.

Depending on the set up at the time of installation, : No flip


either of the icons shown in the right may be printed on
the edge of output film(image data when output to the : Flip
Host), indicating the image is flipped or not.

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Image Output (Print format with detailed settings)


Procedures to manually set the conditions (output size, orientation, alignment order, output method) that are
automatically set in the normal output procedures are described below.

2 on 1 Output (1 image to 2 frames) with detailed settings

Output of 2 on 1 format is only available for the output to the printer.


It is not possible to output to the viewer/server or floppy disk.

1 Scan the image following the normal procedure.

If there are images for


which examination has
been completed, the 2
on 1 output can be car-
2 Touch the "Format" button. ried out through the
Print format select dialogue will be displayed. "Examination History"
screen.

2
3 Touch the image area of the body part that shall be
output in 1 on 2 format.
The frame of the image display field changes to
3 green.

4 Select the printer for output device.


Items that can be set will be different
depending on the output device.
4

5 Touch the output preview field.


An image selected in the Step.2 will be
displayed in the output preview filed.
[Output] button is activated for selection.

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6 Select
A
either [AA] (2 frames horizontally aligned
or [ A ] (2 frames vertically aligned) using the
[Print Format] button.
The image displayed in the output preview field
changes according to the selection.

6
7 Select the film size, orientation and output
method.
The image displayed in the output preview field
changes according to the selection.

8 Touch the [Output] button.


The image will be printed according to the
settings made in the Step.7.

8
Depending on the set up at the time of installation, ei- : No flip
ther of the icons shown in the right may be printed on
the edge of output film(image data when output to the : Flip
Host), indicating the image is flipped or not.

Changing the image to be displayed in the output preview field. (changing the
image for the output with detailed settings)
Procedures to change the image that you want to output with detailed settings are
described below.
1. Touch the image area of the body part
with which the current image should
be replaced.
The frame of the image changes to
green.
1

2. Touch the output preview field.

The image to be output with


detailed settings will be replaced
with the one selected in the
Step. 1.

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2 on 1 Output (2 image to 2 frames) with detailed settings

Output of 2 on 1 format is only available for the output to the printer.


It is not possible to output to the viewer/server or floppy disk.

1 Scan the image following the normal procedure.

If there are images for


which examination has
been completed, the 2
on 1 output can be car-
2 Touch the [Properties] button. ried out through the
"Properties" screen will be displayed. "Examination History"
screen.

2
3 Select
A
either [AB] (2 frames horizontally aligned
or [ B ] (2 frames vertically aligned) using the
[Print Format] button.
The image displayed in the output preview field
changes to "2 on 1" format.

3
4 Touch the first image for the 2 on 1 print.
The frame of the image display area changes to
green.
4

5 Touch "A" (left) or "B" (right) in the output pre-


view field.
Selected image will be displayed either in "A"
or "B" of the output preview field.

5
6 Touch the second image for the 2 on 1 print.
The frame of the image display area changes to
green.
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7 Touch the other half of the output preview field.


Selected image will be displayed in the vacant
area of "A" or "B".

7
8 Select the film size, orientation and output
method.
The image displayed in the output preview field
changes according to these selections.

9 Touch the [Output] button.


Prints the 2 on 1 format film.

The image displayed in the output preview field can be overwritten, deleted or
moved. p.60 Changing the
image to be
displayed in
the output
preview field.
Depending on the set up at the time of installation, ei- : No flip
ther of the icons shown in the right may be printed on
the edge of output film(image data when output to the : Flip
Host), indicating the image is flipped or not.

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Output of 4 on 1 (4 image to 4 frames) with detailed settings

Output of 4 on 1 format is only available for the output to the printer.


It is not possible to output to the viewer/server or floppy disk.

1 Scan the image following the normal procedure.

If there are images for


which examination has
been completed, the 4
on 1 output can be car-
2 Touch the [Properties] button. ried out through the
"Properties" screen will be displayed. "Examination History"
screen.

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3 Select [ABCD] using the [Print Format] button.
The image displayed in the output preview field
changes to "4 on 1" format.

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4 Touch the first image for the 4 on 1 print.
The frame of the image display area changes to
green.
4

5 Touch any of "A" (upper left), "B" (upper right), "C"


(lower left) or "D" (lower right) in the output pre-
view field.
Selected image will be displayed in "A", "B",
"C" or "D" of the output preview field, which
has been touched.
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6 Touch the second image for the 4 on 1 print.
The frame of the image display area changes to
green.
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7 Touch any of "A" (upper left), "B" (upper right), "C"


(lower left) or "D" (lower right) in the output preview
field.
Selected image (second) will be displayed in
"A", "B", "C" or "D" of the output preview
field, which has been touched.
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8 Touch the third image for the 4 on 1 print.
The frame of the image display area changes to
green.
8

9 Touch any of "A" (upper left), "B" (upper right), "C"


(lower left) or "D" (lower right) in the output preview
field.
Selected image (third) will be displayed in "A",
"B", "C" or "D" of the output preview field,
which has been touched.
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10 Touch the fourth image for the 4 on 1 print.
The frame of the image display area changes to
green.
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11 Touch any of "A" (upper left), "B" (upper right), "C"


(lower left) or "D" (lower right) in the output preview
field.
Selected image (third) will be displayed in "A",
"B", "C" or "D" of the output preview field,
which has been touched.

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12 Select the film size, orientation and output
method.
The image displayed in the output preview field
changes according to these selections.

12

13 Touch the [Output] button.


Prints the 4 on 1 format film.

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Depending on the set up at the time of installation, ei-
: No flip
ther of the icons shown in the right may be printed on
the edge of output film(image data when output to the
: Flip
Host), indicating the image is flipped or not.
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Changing the image to be displayed in the output preview field. (changing the
image for the output with detailed settings)
Procedures to change the image that you want to output with detailed settings are
described below. (Same operation as for the "4 images to 4 frames" that is taken as
an example below can be applied to the "2 images to 2 frames")

Overwrite
Allocates another image in the place where an image is already allocated.
(In the example below, an AP Cervical Spine image is allocated in "A" position.

1. Touch the image area of the body part with


which the current image should be replaced.
The frame of the image changes to green.
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2. Touch the output preview field.

The image to be output with detailed


settings will be replaced with the one
selected in the Step. 1.

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Deletes an image that is already allocated in the output preview field.
(In the example below, an image allocated in "A" position is deleted.)

1. Touch the image area of the body part that


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The image will be deleted from the output


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Moving the image position in the output format


Changes the position of the image that is already allocated to the specific position in
the output preview.
(In the example below, an image allocated in "A" position is moved to "B" position)

1. Touch the image area of the body part that


shall be moved.
The frame of the image changes to
green.
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which this image shall be moved.

The image will be moved to the new


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Aborting the Image


When reexamination is required due to any reason attributed to the scanned image, follow the procedures below to
abort the unwanted image.

1 Touch the Exam Order for which the image is to


be deleted.

1
2 Touch the No Good [NG] button.
A confirmation message will be displayed.

2
3 Touch the [YES] button.
The image for the selected Exam Order will be
erased.

Touch the [NO] button to cancel the erasure.


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4 Select the reason for image rejection from the


displayed list (buttons).
Selecting the reason for image rejection will abort
the image, and displays a message confirming
4 whether or not to make reexamination.

Touching the [CANCEL] button will switch to the


Exam Check screen without image abortion.

Selected Rejected Reason will be controlled by the CS-2 administrator of each


institute.

Text strings displayed on the buttons can be edited using the User Tool.

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5 Touch the [YES] button to implement a reexami-


nation.
Unprocessed order that is identical to the one
whose image has been aborted will be added.
The order whose image has been aborted will be
displayed with NG on the order button.

Touching the [NO] button will not add an


unprocessed order, while the order whose image
has been aborted will be displayed with NG on
the order button.

Changes on Rejected Reason and whether or not reexamination was done can be
implemented on the Image Reference screen even after completing the examination.

When the Image Confirm is enabled, touch the [NG] button before the remaining
time shown on the [OK] button reaches "0".

With the CS-2 that is set to "Screen Menu" selection or Barcode registration, the
Exam Order for which the image is erased will reset the system to the status before
the image was scanned, and requires reexposure.
Because the barcode of the cassette, which was once scanned and read in is also
erased, touch the exam tag or read the barcode of the cassette again.
With the CS-2 that is set to "Auto-Registration", Exam Order is also erased when the
image is erased.

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Examination Termination
After completing the scanning for all Exam Orders, touch the [Complete] button.
However, when the initial screen is set to "Exam Registration" or "Exam List" screen, it is possible to suspend the
examination and to start another examination according to the exam order sent from the upstream devices or restart
the examination for suspended Exam Orders.

When Some Images have not been Confirmed


("Image Confirm" screen for initial screen)
The following message is displayed.
[YES] Touching the [YES] button will make all
images "OK" and terminate
examination.

[NO] Touching the [NO] button will effect


return to the "Image Check" screen.

When Some Images have not been Read ("Image Confirm" screen for initial screen)
The following message is displayed.
[YES] Touching the [YES] button will result in
deletion of orders for which images
have not been read and terminate
examination.

[NO] Touching [NO] will return to the "Image


Confirm" screen.

When Some Images have not been Confirmed


("Exam Registration" or "Exam List" screen for initial screen)
The following message is displayed.
[Suspend] Touching the [Suspend] button will
suspend the examination, and returns to
the "Image Confirm" screen. The
suspended examination can be restarted
later from the status as it is suspended.
[Complete] Touching the [Complete] button will
make all images "OK" and terminate
examination, and make all images
"OK" and terminate examination.
[Cancel] Touching [CANCEL] button return to
the "Image Confirm" screen.
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When Some Images have not been Read


("Exam Registration" or "Exam List" screen for initial screen)

The following message is displayed.


[Suspend] Touching the [Suspend] button will
suspend the examination, and returns to
the "Image Confirm" screen. The
suspended examination can be restarted
later.
[Complete] Touching the [Complete] button will
make all images "OK" and terminate
examination.
[Cancel] Touching [Cancel] button return to the
"Image Confirm" screen.

Restarting the suspended examination


When "Exam Registration" screen is set as the initial screen
Returning to the "Exam Registration" screen after suspending the examination, the
system becomes ready to accept next Patient Info. Touch the [List] button on the
"Exam Registration" screen to display the "Exam List" screen, select the suspend-
ed examination for the Patient Info, and touch [Perform] button.

1 3

4
When "Exam List" screen is set as the initial screen
Select the Exam Order marked with "Suspend", and touch the [Perform] button.

Deleting the Exam Order that is suspended.


The suspended Exam Order in the "Exam List" screen cannot be deleted in order to
prevent misoperation.
To delete these unwanted Exam Orders, start examination, display the 'Image
Confirm" screen, and touch the [Complete] button.

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Browsing the "Exam History" (outputting the Exam Order in the "Exam History")
Procedures to browse the images that have been output, and to re output these images are described below.

1 Touch the [KONICA MINOLTA] button on the


initial screen.
The system menu is displayed.

2 Click the [History] button.


The examination history screen is displayed.
2

3 Touch the Patient Info in which the image to be


browsed or output again is contained.
3
The frame color around the Patient Info that is
selected will turn to green.

4 Touch the [Edit] button.


4 The "Image Browse" screen is displayed.

5 Touch the [Scroll] button to display the Exam


Order to be viewed.
Selected image will be displayed in the Image
Display field.
On this screen, Exam Tags can be changed in a
similar manner practiced on the "Image
5 Confirm" screen.

6 Touch the [Properties] button when re output is


necessary.
"Properties" screen will be displayed.

6
7 Touch the [Output Device] button for the device
to which the re output is to abe made.

8 Touch the [Scroll] button, and display the image p.133 Viewer/Server
Status Check
Screen
for re output.
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Check Screen
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9 Select the image for re output.


The frame of the image display area changes to
9 green.
The image will be registered in the Output
Preview field.

10 Touch the Output Preview field,


Selected image will be displayed in the Output
Preview field.
[Output] button is activated.

10

11 Set the print condition when a printer is selected for


the output destination.
Change the print condition when necessary.
Changing the print condition will also affect
the image displayed in the Output Preview
11 field.

12 Touch the [Output] button.


Image is printed according to the setting made in
the Step. 11.
When several viewers or servers are networked,
select the output device before outputting.

12 When saving the image in a floppy disk, "Browse


for Folder" screen will be displayed. Select the
target folder in which the image data shall be
saved, and touch [Output] button.

To save the image data on a floppy disk, always select the floppy disk drive (Drive
"A") in the "Browse for Folder" screen.

Altering the Patient Info after registration


When the Patient Info is
Follow the procedures below to alter the Patient Info after the examination is completed.
modified after registra-
1. Follow the Step.1 ~ 4 in the above to dis- tion, the Patient Info of
play the "Image Browse" screen. the objective image can
2 be modified, but not re-
2. Touch the Patient Info field. flected upon other ex-
- "Patient Info Modify" screen will be dis- amination of the same
played. patient.

3. Modify the Patient Info using the input


panel or keyboard. Patient Info can also be
modified using "Editing
4. Touch the [OK] button. 3 the Patient Info" of the
- Returns to the "Image Browse" screen User Tool.
after saving the modified Patient Info. However, this change is
not reflected upon the
data already examined.
4
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Patient Info
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Switching the Initial Screen


In daily operation, it is seldom required to switch the initial screen. However, it may be necessary to achieve an effective
operation when the operation style at the facility is changed. Taking the procedure to change the "Exam Registration"
screen to the "Exam List" screen as an example in the following, the procedure to change the initial screen is detailed.

When the "Image Confirm" screen is set as an initial screen, it is not possible to
change it to "Exam Registration" or "Exam List" screen.
p.12 Three Initial
Screens
1 Display the initial screen currently set.
[KONICA MINOLTA] button will be displayed at
the lower left of the screen.

2 Touch the [KONICA MINOLTA] button.


"System Menu" screen will be displayed,

2
3 Touch the [Screen Type] button.
Upon touching, the initial screen type changes
one after the other.

4 Touch the [Back] button.


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Filtering the Exam Orders to be listed in the "Exam List" screen


Exam Orders listed in the "Exam List" can be filtered by "Hospital Department", "Location (Ward)" and "Exam Room".
Following is the example where only the Exam Orders requested by the "Internal Medicine" are filtered from the list
requested by the "Internal Medicine" and "Surgery".

1 Touch the [Filter] button.


"Filter Condition (Hospital Dept)" will be
displayed,

2 Touch the "Internal Medicine" so that the filtering is


effected by the "Internal Medicine".
2 [Internal Med] button changes to green.
The item name displayed here may be different
because it is specified using the User Tool.

Several filtering items such as "Hospital Dept", "Location (Ward)" and "Exam Room"
can be selected at a time.

3 Touch the [OK] button.


Filtering condition is set, and returns to the
"Exam List" screen. Selecting the "Blank" as
a filtering key, Exam
Exam Orders filtered by "Internal Medicine" will
Orders of which the
be displayed in the list.
corresponding item is
blank will be filtered.
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Touching the [Clear] button located at the lower left of the "Filter Condition" screen
will cancel all filtering conditions set by "Hospital Dept", "Location (Ward)" and
"Exam Room". While touching the already-selected button (green) will cancel the fil-
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Image Sharing
Using this function, images processed on the other console can be browsed from your console and can be reprinted.
Procedures to browse the images processed on the other console and to reprint these images are described below.

1 Touch the [KONICA MINOLTA] button on the


initial screen. Browsing is made pos-
The system menu is displayed. sible only when the set-
ting is made so by the

2 Touch the [History] Button. service engineer.

The examination history screen is displayed.


2

3 Touch the [Network] Button at the upper right of


the examination history screen.
3
Console Select screen will be displayed.

Name of your CS-2 will be displayed on the


[Network] button.

4 In the network field, touch the button for the


Console on which the desired image resides.
Frame of the touched button changes to green.

Name of CS-2s whose images can be browsed are


4 shown on each button.

5 Touch the [OK] Button.


Exam History screen of the selected Console will
be displayed. The name of CS-2 that is currently
referred will be displayed at the upper right of the
Exam History screen.
Touching the button in the local column where the
name of your CS-2 is shown will display the Exam
History screen of your own CS-2.
5 Touch the [CANCEL] button to return to the Exam
History screen of your own CS-2.

It may take a little longer before the Exam History screen of the target Console
appears depending on the data size of the image stored in the target Console.

The images that can be browsed using the Image Sharing function are only those
available at the time when the connection to the target Console is made. (step 5)
Changes brought during browsing will not be updated. To update the browsing
images, close the browsing screen first, then make a connection again to the target
console. A message Importing exam data. Please wait .... will be displayed during
update process.

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6 Touch the Patient Info that contains the images to


be browsed or reprinted.
Suspended Patient Info is displayed in purple.
The frame of the selected Patient Info changes to
green.

6 7 Touch the [Edit] Button.


7 Image Reference screen will be displayed.

8 Touch the order whose image shall be referred. Changes on Exam


Condition, Image
Image of the selected order will be displayed in the Processing and Overlay
image display field.
will be made using the
Image processing or overlay setting as practiced
in Exam Check screen can be possible on this settings of your own
screen as well. console.

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9 Touch the [Properties] to make a reprint.
"Properties" screen will be displayed.
Output devices set on
the Output Setup
screen are those set on
10 Select the [Device Select] button of the output your own Console.
device (output devices set to your own Console) Actual output is also
from which the image shall be output. performed from your
own Console.
10

11 Touch the [Scroll] button, and display the image for Multiple output devices
can be selected at a
re output.
time.

11

12 Select the image for re output.


The frame of the image display area changes to
green.
12
The image will be registered in the Output
Preview field.

13 Touch the Output Preview field,


Selected image will be displayed in the Output
Preview field.
[Output] button is activated.

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14 Set the print condition when a printer is selected for


the output destination.
Change the print condition when necessary.
Changing the print condition will also affect
the image displayed in the Output Preview
14 field.

15 Touch the [Output] button.


Image is printed according to the setting made in
the Step. 14.
When several viewers or servers are networked,
select the output device before outputting.

15 When saving the image in a floppy disk, "Browse


for Folder" screen will be displayed. Select the
target folder in which the image data shall be
saved, and touch [Output] button.

Exiting the Image Reference/Reprint


Procedures to exit the image reference/reprint and to return to the Exam History screen
of your own Console is described below.

1 Touch the [Back] Button at the bottom right of


the examination history screen.
Console Select screen will be displayed.

Name of the target CS-2 that is under reference will


be shown on the [Network] button.

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2 Touch the button in the local column (name of
your own CS-2 is displayed).
2
Frame of the touched button changes to green.

3 Touch the [OK] Button.


3 Returns to the Exam History screen of your own
CS-2.
Touching the [CANCEL] button will switch to the
target CS-2 that has been referred to.

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Allocating the Annotations


Procedures to allocate the annotations are described below.

Mouse and keyboard may be necessary to operate some of annotation functions.

Maximum 10 annotations can be allocated.

Maximum number of characters that can be used for annotation is 128 (full size) or
256 (half size) characters.

Relation between Annotation and Rotation/Flip


How it is look like when the image is rotated or flipped after the annotation has been
allocated. The upper left corner of text box for the annotation is interlocked with the
image, but the text itself will not rotate or flip.

Rotation

90 Rotate

Flip

Flip

Annotation font size and output method (1 to 1/ whole image output)


When the whole image is output after allocating the annotation, the annotation fonts
are reduced in proportion to the image so that the whole image fits to the output
size. This results in output of annotation font size not identical to the Font Size set
in the Annotation screen.
When a large image, especially a long body part is output to a smaller film by setting
to Whole Image output, it may be necessary to set the annotation with a little larger
font. Also to be noted is that even the output is made under the same font size and
output method, output font size may be slightly different depending on the resolu-
tion (Normal/High Res).

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1 Expose following the normal procedure.

2 Touch the [Annotation] button.


Annotation Setup screen will be displayed.

1) Registering the text string on the preset buttons


Annotations can be preset on the [Annotation] buttons using
the Annotation Setup screen.

1 Place the mouse button over the preset button


and right-click the mouse.
Cursor blinks over the selected preset button.

2 Input the text strings using the keyboard.


Maximum count of
2 characters for preset
button is 8 (full size) or
16 (half size) charac-
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3 Press the [Enter] key of the keyboard.


Text string will be registered on the preset button.
3

Deleting the text string from the preset button.


Right-click the mouse over the preset button from which the text string should be
deleted to display the cursor, and delete the text string by pressing the [Delete] or
[Back Space] key on the keyboard.

Once the text string is registered on the preset button, it will be retained even after
turning the power OFF.

2) Allocating the annotation assigned to the preset


buttons
Procedures to allocate the annotation that has been assigned
to the preset button is described below.

1 Touch the preset button that should be allocated and


on which the text string has been registered.
Selected text string for the preset button will be
allocated at the upper left of the image display
1 field.

2 Click the [OK] button or left-click the mouse in the


area other than annotation.
When the [OK] button is clicked, returns to the
Detailed Data Setting (Overlay) screen after
allocating the annotation.

When the area other than annotation is clicked,


switches the status to the one where the next
2 annotation can be allocated after the first
annotation is allocated.

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3) Directly allocating any text strings


Procedures to allocate in the image display field the text
strings not registered on the preset button is described below.

1 Left-click the mouse over the position where an


annotation should be allocated.
Left-clicking the mouse
Cursor blinks over the selected position in the
image display field. over the annotation
1 already present switch-
es the mode to the one
where the current anno-
tation can be edited.

2 Input the text strings using the keyboard.


Pressing the [Enter] on the keyboard allow a line
break, and annotation of several lines can be input.

3 Click the [OK] button or left-click the mouse in the


area other than annotation.
When the [OK] button is clicked, returns to the
Detailed Data Setting (Overlay) screen after
allocating the annotation.

When the area other than annotation is clicked,


switches the status to the one where the next
3 annotation can be allocated after the first
annotation is allocated.

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4) Displacing the allocated annotation


Procedures to displace the allocated annotation are described below.

1 Move the cursor over the allocated annotation.


The cursor changes from the arrow to the cross.

2 Hold and drag the annotation to the desired position.


The annotation moves to the point to which it is
dragged.

3 Click the [OK] button or left-click the mouse in the


area other than annotation.
When the [OK] button is clicked, returns to the
Detailed Data Setting (Overlay) screen after
allocating the annotation.

When the area other than annotation is clicked,


switches the status to the one where the next
3 annotation can be allocated after the first
annotation is displaced.

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5) Changing the text string of the annotation


Procedures to change the text strings of the annotation are
described below.
p.84Rotating the
Changes cannot be made on the rotated annotation. First, restore the original status allocated anno-
that is not rotated, then change the text strings. tation

1 Move the cursor over the allocated annotation.


The cursor changes from the arrow to the cross.

2 Left-click the mouse.


Cursor blinks over the selected annotation.

3 Change the text strings using the keyboard.


Pressing the [Enter] on the keyboard allow a line
break, and annotation of several lines can be input.

When the text strings are selected, they change the color to Black when the background is
black, to White when the background is white, to Blue when the background is transparent.

4 Click the [OK] button or left-click the mouse in the


area other than annotation.
When the [OK] button is clicked, returns to the
Detailed Data Setting (Overlay) screen after
changing the annotation.

When the area other than annotation is clicked,


switches the status to the one where the next
4 annotation can be allocated after the change is
effected.

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6) Rotating the allocated annotation


Procedures to rotate the allocated annotation are described
below.

1 Move the cursor over the allocated annotation.


The cursor changes from the arrow to the cross.

2 Left-click the mouse.


Cursor blinks over the selected annotation.

3 Click the [Rotate] button.


Text string rotate by 15 every time the button is
clicked.

3 Click the clockwise arrow to rotate the text string


clockwise.

Click the counterclockwise arrow to rotate the text


string counterclockwise.

Ex) 15 rotation counterclockwise

4 Click the [OK] button or left-click the mouse in the


area other than annotation.
When the [OK] button is clicked, returns to the
Detailed Data Setting (Overlay) screen after
rotating the annotation.

When the area other than annotation is clicked,


switches the status to the one where the next
4 annotation can be allocated after the rotation is
effected.

The text strings of the rotated annotation cannot be changed. Text can be changed
only after restoring the original status where the annotation is not rotated. Font size,
font color and background color can be changed even in the rotated status.

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7) Changing the font size of allocated annotation


Procedures to change the font size of the allocated annotation
are described below. Font size can be changed within the Unit of the font size
scope of 10mm ~ 100mm (0.4in ~ 4.0in). (mm or inch) shall be
set up by the service
1 Move the cursor over the allocated annotation. engineer at the time of
The cursor changes from the arrow to the cross. installation.

2 Left-click the mouse.


Cursor blinks over the selected annotation.

3 Hold down the left mouse button and drag the font
size slider.
Dragging the slider increases or decreases the font
3 size.

Drag to the left to decrease the font size.

Drag to the right to increase the font size.

Ex) Changing the size from 20mm to 30mm

4 Click the [OK] button or left-click the mouse in the


area other than annotation.
When the [OK] button is clicked, returns to the
Detailed Data Setting (Overlay) screen after
rotating the annotation.

When the area other than annotation is clicked,


switches the status to the one where the next
4 annotation can be allocated after the font size is
changed.

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8) Changing the color or background color of allocated


annotation
Procedures to change the text color or background color of the
allocated annotation are described below. Select the text color
from White and Black, while the background from White,
Black and Transparent.

1 Move the cursor over the allocated annotation.


The cursor changes from the arrow to the cross.

2 Left-click the mouse.


Cursor blinks over the selected annotation.

3 Click the [Fore] or [Back] button, and select the


color for text (fore) or background (Back).
Display changes as it is clicked.

Text color and background color are interlinked.


Selecting White for text allows only Black or Transparent to be selected for the background.
Selecting Black for text allows only White or Transparent to be selected for the background.

When the text strings are selected, they change the color to Black when the background is
black, to White when the background is white, to Blue when the background is transparent.

4 Click the [OK] button or left-click the mouse in the


area other than annotation.
Text color and background color of the annotation
will be effected.
Next annotation is ready to be allocated.

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9) Deleting one of allocated annotations.


Procedures to delete one of annotations that have been
allocated.

1 Move the cursor over the allocated annotation.


The cursor changes from the arrow to the cross.

2 Left-click the mouse.


Cursor blinks over the selected annotation.
[Delete] button becomes active. (Button color
changes from gray to yellow)

3 Click the [Delete] button.


A message confirming deletion of the annotation
will be displayed.

4 Click the [YES] button.


Selected annotation will be deleted.
Clicking the [NO] button returns to the Annotation
Setup screen without deleting the annotation.

10) Deleting all allocated annotations.


Procedures to delete all annotations that have been allocated
are described below.

1 Click the [Delete All] button.


A message confirming deletion of all annotations
will be displayed.

2 Click the [YES] button.


All annotations will be deleted.
Clicking the [NO] button returns to the Annotation
Setup screen without deleting the annotation.

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Description of
5
Screens
This chapter describes each of the CS-2 screens.

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Exam Registration Screen ("Exam Registration" screen as the initial screen)


This is the initial screen displayed when CS-2 is started up.
Patient Info may be input and registered.
Examination is initiated using Patient Info displayed in the Patient Info display window.

Depending on the
setting, there may be
cases where a new
patient ID is
automatically created
Patient Info Display when the screen is
Items of Patient Info are displayed. displayed.
To input data into an item, touch the input window at
the right of that item.

The determination of
which Patient Info is to
be used should be
made depending on the
facility when the system
is installed.

Input Panel (Touch panel)


This panel is for input of Patient Info.
p.24 Using the
Display changes depending on which item is selected Input Panel
from the Patient Info display.
For items requiring character or numerical input, data will be
displayed in a format matching the item (alphabetical/numeri-
cal).

For items where the selection branch is set, a selection branch


button is displayed.

Touching the [DEL](Delete) button will delete a character dis-


played before the cursor.

Touching the [BS] (Back Space) button will delete a character


displayed after the cursor.

Touching the [ENTER] button will move the cursor to next item.

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[KONICA MINOLTA] Button p.125 System Menu


Used to display the system menu screen. Screen
If an error occurs on the CS-2 or any other device
connected to the CS-2 such as a input/output device,
the [KONICA MINOLTA] button is displayed in red
color.

When the [KONICA MINOLTA] button turns red.


The color of [KONICA MINOLTA] button indicates the status of I/O devices connect-
ed to the CS-2. When this button is red, either the CS-2 or I/O device is in error. (it
turns red when the films are empty when a printer is connected)
Open the "System Menu" screen, and check the status of each device.

: Normal : Error occurred

[All Clear] Button


All items of the Patient Info displayed are deleted.

[Search] Button p.33 Inputting the


Used to search Patient Info. Patient Info
(search from
This button is displayed only for the system that
database)
receives Patient Info from the upstream devices.
The search result screen is displayed.

[Exam. List] button p.92 Exam List


Used to check Patient Info already reserved. Screen (when
"Exam List"
The "Exam List" screen that shows a Patient Info list is
screen is set
displayed. as the initial
screen)

[Perform] Button p.95 Image


Used to initiate exposure and reading for the Patient Confirm
Screen
Info displayed in the "Patient Info" list.

Patient Info that is input on the "Exam Registration" screen will be registered in the
Patient Database when the examination starts or the screen is switched to the other.
However, when touching the [List] button to open the "Exam List" screen, a dialogue
shown below will appear, and selecting "NO" on this dialogue will not register the
Patient Info.

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Exam List Screen (when "Exam List" screen is set as the initial screen)
The screen displays a list of Patient Info input in the "Exam Registration" screen.
Selects the Patient Info that is reserved for which the examination is implemented. p.70 Restarting
Patient data already reserved may be deleted. the suspend-
ed examina-
(Suspended Patient Info cannot be deleted) tion

Exam Regist Exam List


Screen Screen

Items of Patient Info


varies depending on
the setting.

Patient Info List


Reserved Patient Info, and Exam Tags attached to the Patient Info are
displayed.
Patient Info for examination may be selected here.
Touching any line of Patient Info will result in selection of that data and
display of the data in a green frame.
Patient Info for which examination has been started and suspended on
the "Image Confirm" screen is displayed in grey.
8 reserved Patient Info are displayed on one screen. Where there are more
than 9 reserved data, the scroll button may be used to scroll down the list.

Warning for the Patient who requires medical attention.


For the case of pregnant patient, etc., who requires a special attention in X-ray ex-
posure, an exclamation mark "!", urging a special care will be displayed on the
"Image Confirm" and "Exam List" screens (when the "Exam List" screen has been
set up to display the item "Alert" at the time of installation) when such is input in the
corresponding item.
It is displayed in the "Exam List" screen as follows.

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Sorting the "Exam List"


The list displayed in the "Exam List" screen can be sorted by each item.
Touching the title item in the list will sort the listing in descending order by that item
as a key, and downward arrow appears. Touching the same title item again will sort
the listing in ascending order, and upward arrow appears.

Downward Arrow : Sorts the listing in descending order by the title item as a key.
Upward Arrow : Sorts the listing in ascending order by the title item as a key.
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by the [ID] as a key. by the [Age] as a key.

Page Number
Indicates the page number of the registered Exam List
pages.

[Scroll] (Flip Page) Button


Scrolls the list by 8 Patient Info at a time.

[Scroll] (Top or End Page) Button


Scrolls the list straight to the top or end page.

[Filter] Button
p.123 Filter Key
Used to set parameters for extraction of data from the Screen
"Exam List".
The Filter Key screen is displayed.

[Delete] Button
Deletes the currently selected Patient Info from the
"Exam List".

[CANCEL] Button p.90 Exam


Returns to the "Exam Registration" screen. Registration
Screen
When edition of the Exam Order is suspended on the ("Exam
"Exam Registration" screen and saved, suspended Registration"
Exam Order is displayed, allowing further input. screen as the
initial screen)
When edition of the Exam Order is suspended on the
"Exam Registration" screen and not saved, input for a
new patient can be made.

[OK] Button
Returns to the "Exam Registration" screen.
Patient Info selected in the "Exam List" screen will be
displayed on the "Exam Registration" screen.
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Updating the "Exam List"


When the system is configured to receive the Patient Info from upstream devices,
CS-2 regularly checks if a new patient info is received or not, and updates the list
accordingly. Touching the [Update List] button allows manual update by checking
the new info. This button is not displayed on system that are not configured to re-
ceive data from upstream device.

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Image Confirm Screen


This screen is used to check the Exam Order and its scanned image. The image will be displayed on this screen after
it is scanned. When the "Image Confirm" screen is set as an initial screen, it will appear first on the monitor after the
CS-2 starts up.

"Exam Regist" or
"Exam List" screen as
an initial screen
Exam Regist Image Confirm
Screen Screen

[KONICA MINOLTA] Button


<When the "Image Confirm" screen as an initial screen>
"System Menu" screen will be displayed.
When an error occurs on the CS-2 or connected devices, the [KONICA
MINOLTA] button turns red.

<When the "Exam Regist" or "Exam List" screen as an initial screen>


Allows checking of the status of I/O devices (reader, viewer/server, printer,
external patient DB/external exam DB) that are connected to the CS-2 and
the memory occupation and remaining memory of the hard disk.
When an error occurs on the CS-2 or connected devices, the [KONICA
MINOLTA] button turns red. p.127 Device Status
Status of the system will be displayed. Screen

When the [KONICA MINOLTA] button turns red.


The color of [KONICA MINOLTA] button indicates the status of I/O devices connect-
ed to the CS-2. When this button is red, either the CS-2 or I/O device is in error. (it
turns red when the films are empty when a printer is connected)
Open the "System Menu" screen, and check the status of each device.

: Normal : Error occurred

Patient Info Display


Displays the Patient Info reserved for examination.

<When the "Image Confirm" screen as an initial screen>


Allows modification of the Patient Info using this screen when the Patient
p.121 Patient Info
Info is faulty or missing some data. Modify
Screen
<When the "Exam Regist" or "Exam List" screen as an initial screen>
Modification of the Patient Info is not possible. Terminate or suspend the
examination first, and modify the data.
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Warning for the Patient who requires medical attention.


For the case of pregnant patient, etc., who requires a special attention in X-ray ex-
posure, an exclamation mark "!", urging a special care will be displayed on the
"Image Confirm" and "Exam List" screens (when the "Exam List" screen has been
set up to display the item "Alert" at the time of installation) when such is input in the
corresponding item.
It is displayed in the "Image Confirm" screen as follows.
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Rough Classification Button


Select the body part icon from those Comprising the body il-
lustration. Selected icon turns green.
Exam Tags displayed on the screen will vary depending on
the icon selected here.

Skull

Chest
Neck

Arm

Pelvis Abdomen

Others

Legs

Exam Tag
Exposing subject (body part) is classified as Exam Tag
according to the icon selected in the rough
classification.
The main Exam Tag contains the individual image
Exam Tags (Density, Contrast, etc.) that are best suited
for each body part.
Selecting one item (Exam Tag) for a specific
examination here will register a new order in the Exam
Order List.

Scroll (Exam Tag) button


Scrolls the list by 4 Exam Tags.

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Exam Order Display


Exam Order that is registered with the Exam Tag can
be viewed on the button.
Select the Exam Order for the scanning before
examination. After scanning, select the [OK] or [NG] of
the image depending on the quality to output the image
(print or save). Touching any of these Exam Orders will
change its frame to green.

In "4 on 1" format, maximum 4 Exam Orders will be


displayed on the screen. When more than 4 Exam
Orders are registered, touch the scroll button to view
the others.

In "1 on 1" format, only 1 Exam Order will be


displayed on the screen. When several Exam Orders
are registered, touch the scroll button to view the
others.

Exam Order Button Display


How it looks varies depending on the contents of the Exam Order as shown below.
(Following is an example of "4 on 1" format. The button for "1 on 1" format looks hor-
izontally longer than that of the "4 on 1", but the function is the same.

Condition not registered


Nothing has been registered with the exam order.

Exam Tag registered


Exam Order has been registered.
Exposure condition for the Exam Order is displayed.
Image has not been scanned in.

Exam Order registered ("Screen Menu" selection at scanning)


Registration order of the Exam Order has been set.
Touching the buttons for "Exam Tag registered" will allocate
the scanning order one after the other. While touching the
button for "Exam Order registered" will cancel the registration.

Exam Order registered (Barcode registration)


Exam Order has been barcode registered.
Touching the button for "Exam Order registered" will dis-
play the message "Cancels the barcode registration, OK?".
Touching [YES] will cancel the barcode registration.

Ready for Image Confirm


Image has been read into the registered Exam Order.
[OK] and [NG] buttons appear.
Touching the [OK] button will output the image, while
[NG] will abort the image.

Image confirmed
Image has been checked and confirmed.

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Icons displayed with the Exam Order


Exam Orders are accompanied with the following icons in addition to those listed
in the previous page.

Print Format Layout


When "2 on 1" or "4 on 1" is selected for the print format, following icons
show the allocation of images.

Left of 2 Right of 2

Upper left of 4 Upper right of 4 Lower left of 4 Lower left of 4

Rotate/Flip
Indicates the rotation angle and upright or flipped image.

0 deg/Upright 90 deg/Upright 180 deg/Upright 270 deg/Upright

0 deg/Flipped 90 deg/Flipped 180 deg/Flipped 270 deg/Flipped

Exam Tag

Image Display Field <before scanning>


Displays the Exam Tag.

Barcode data or order of registration

Image Display Field <after scanning>


Displays the scanned image. : Printer Output
Yellow line indicates the border of X-ray Queue
exposed area. (this only appears on the : Viewer/Host
Output Queue
image of which the Masking is set to
"ON")
Outputting
After outputting the image, output queue
of each device will be displayed at the Awaiting output
upper left. Output completed

Masking border (unexposed field) (yellow)

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[Scroll] button
When there are more Exam Orders than what is
displayed, touch this button to scroll the list.

[Rotate/Flip] button
Rotates or flips the selected image (framed in green).
"Image Rotate/Flip" dialogue will be displayed. p.103 image
"Rotate/Flip"
Dialogue

Indication of the [Rotate/Flip] button p.45 Rotate/Flip of


the Image
Rotate/Flip currently selected is indicated on the button.

0 deg/Upright 90 deg/Upright 180 deg/Upright 270 deg/Upright

0 deg/Flipped 90 deg/Flipped 180 deg/Flipped 270 deg/Flipped

[Masking] button p.46 Setting the


Selects to apply masking to the currently selected Masking
image (framed in green).
Touching the button will switch between "ON" and
"OFF".
[ON] Applies "Masking" to the image.
Masking frame is displayed in yellow
around the X-ray exposed area.

[OFF] "Masking" is not applied.

Yellow masking frame appears


when "Masking" is ON.

Masking
The purpose of this type of image processing is to black out areas outside the field
of X-ray exposure on the scanned image. This prevents undue light leakage and
eye fatigue during reading of printed or soft copy images.
OFF ON

Areas not exposed to the X-ray

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For accurate masking process ;


Following should be noted to enhance the accuracy in masking process.

1. The protector should be positioned as parallel as possible to the exposure field


or in a place that does not interfere the edge of the exposure field.
2. Pay attention so that the object (clothes, other body parts, etc.) other than the
body parts to be exposed should not be included within the exposure field.
3. Position the target body part as close as to the center of the exposure field.
4. When a split exposure is made, leave an unexposed area of 1cm or more
between the exposure fields.

Density Slide Bar p.42 Altering the


Alter the density either by clicking the right or left mouse Density &
Contrast
buttons or sliding the slide bar to the right or left.
Touching the right mouse button or sliding the slide bar to
the right will increase the density.
Touching the left mouse button or sliding the slide bar to the
left will decrease the density.

<To increase the density>


Touch the right mouse button several times or slide the
slide bar to the right.

Density too low Touch several times Desired density

<To decrease the density>


Touch the left mouse button several times or slide the slide
bar to the left.

Density too high Touch several times Desired density

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Contrast Slide Bar p.42 Altering the


Alter the contrast either by clicking the right or left mouse Density &
Contrast
buttons or sliding the slide bar to the right or left.
Touching the right mouse button or sliding the slide bar to
the right will increase the contrast.
Touching the left mouse button or sliding the slide bar to the
left will decrease the contrast.

<To increase the contrast>


Touch the right mouse button several times or slide the
slide bar to the right.

Contrast too low Touch several times Desired contrast

<To decrease the contrast>


Touch the left mouse button several times or slide the slide
bar to the left.

Contrast too high Touch several times Desired contrast

[Screen Format] button


Switches the Screen Format between "Single Image
p.13 Two Types of
Format" and "Multi-Image Format". Image
Format

[Annotation] Button p.78 Allocating


the
Select the annotation to be overlapped with the output image. Annotation
Annotation Setup screen will be displayed.
Selected annotation will be displayed on the image in the
image display field.

[Stitch] Button p.210 Image


Displays the Composite Image Select screen. Stitching
Process
Selection is enabled when there is an order for long
body parts and the exposure is actually completed.

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[Print Format] button


Selects the image format printed on the film. Setting
the format using this button will automatically select the
When Image Confirm
film size and orientation so that the objective images for the output to the
are printed with their maximum possible sizes. printer is disabled by
"Format Select" dialogue will be displayed. the User Tool, [Print
Format] button is dis-
abled. In this case, use
the [Properties] button
to output to the printer.
[Properties] button
Outputs the image to printer, viewer/server or floppy
disk. For the output to the printer, set details (image
size, orientation, format, output method) for each Exam p.109 Properties
Order. Screen
"Properties" screen will be displayed.

[Complete] button
Terminates the examination, and returns to the initial
screen.
When there are examination not completed or not
confirmed ([OK] button not touched), a dialogue to
confirm termination will be displayed.

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Image "Rotate/Flip" Dialogue


Selects the orientation and angle of the image in "Rotate/Flip" action.

Image Confirm Rotate/Flip


Screen Dialogue

Rotate/Flip List Display


A list of images showing the original rotated by 0, 90, 180 and 270 and left/right flipped are dis-
played in button format.
Touch the button matching the required orientation/angle.
Display returns to the "Image Confirm" screen.
The image display field shows the image adjusted to match the selected "Rotate/Flip" orientation
and angle.
Touching the button will change the image orientation, and closes the "Rotate/Flip" dialogue.
Touching the blue-framed image (original) will cancel the "Rotate/Flip" selection.

Please note the limitation for the stitched images (composite image).
Available : "Original", "Flip", "180 Rotate", "180 Rotate+Flip"
Not Available : "90 Rotate", "90 Rotate+Flip", "270 Rotate", "270 Rotate+Flip"

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Annotation Setup Screen


Allocates and edits the annotation.
p.78 Allocating
the
Annotation
Annotation that has been set will not be reflected on the data exported to the floppy disk.

Detailed Data
Annotation Setup
Setting Screen
Screen
(Overlay)

Image Display Field


Allocates the annotation.
Annotation can be allocated only on the
imaging area including the area out of
collimation. As in the example, a vertically
long object shown on the left, annotation
cannot be allocated in the areas at the both
side where no image is scanned.

Preset Button p.79 Registering


Text String
Register the text strings that should be allocated as an on Preset
annotation. The text strings registered on each preset Buttons
button will not be aborted even after completion of the
examination or by power OFF.

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Font Size Slider p.85 Changing the


font size of
Changes the font size of the annotation. allocated
annotation
Drag to the left to decrease the font size.
Drag to the right to increase the font size.

Ex) Changing the size from 20mm to 30mm

Annotation font size and output method (1 to 1/ whole image output)


When the whole image is output after allocating the annotation, the annotation fonts
are reduced in proportion to the image so that the whole image fits to the output
size. This results in output of annotation font size not identical to the Font Size set
in the Annotation screen.
When a large image, especially a long body part is output to a smaller film by setting
to Whole Image output, it may be necessary to set the annotation with a little larger
font. Also to be noted is that even the output is made under the same font size and
output method, output font size may be slightly different depending on the resolu-
tion (Normal/High Res).

[Fore] Button p.86 Changing the


Color or
Sets the color of the text used for the annotation. Background
Select from White, Black and Transparent. Color of
Annotation

[Back] Button
Sets the color of the background of the text used for
the annotation.
Select from White, Black and Transparent.

Text color and the background color are interlinked.


Setting the text in White allow selection of the background only from Black or Transparent.
Setting the text in Black allow selection of the background only from White or Transparent.

When the text of the annotation is selected, it changes the color to Black when the background
is black, to White when the background is white, to Blue when the background is transparent.

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[Rotate] Button p.84 Rotating the


Rotates the allocated annotation. Rotates by 15 up to allocated
360 every time it is pressed. annotation
Click the clockwise arrow to rotate the text string
clockwise.
Click the counterclockwise arrow to rotate the text
string counterclockwise.

Ex) Rotated by 15 counterclockwise

The text strings of the rotated annotation cannot be changed. Text can be changed
only after restoring the original status where the annotation is not rotated.

[Delete All] Button p.87 Deleting all


allocated
Deletes all allocated annotations. annotations

[Delete] Button
p.87 Deleting one
Deletes one annotation that has been selected. selected
annotation

[CANCEL] Button
Cancels the annotation settings.
Returns to the Detailed Data Setting screen.

[OK] Button
Saves the annotation settings.
Returns to the Detailed Data Setting screen.

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Print Format Select Dialogue


Process to select the format with which the images are output to the print device.

Changing the format using this dialogue will automatically select the film size and orien-
tation so that the objective images are printed with their maximum possible sizes.

Print Format
Image Confirm
Select
Screen
Dialogue

Select the format in which the images are output.


[1-Image] button
[A] Outputs the single image as it is.
[AA] Outputs the single image in two in line with different processing condition.

[2-Image] button
[AB] Outputs two images in two horizontally or vertically.

[4-Image] button
[ABCD] Outputs four images, two on the top in line and other two on the bottom in line.

Touching the button will change the format, and closes the "Format Select" dialogue.

Use the "Properties" screen to output the "1 image to 2 frames", "2 images to 2 frames" p.109 Properties
or "4 images to 4 frames" with different film size, output method (100%/whole). Screen

Changes in "Format Select" setting are sustained even after termination of the
examination or system restart.

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X-Ray Info Input Dialogue


Input the X-ray info (KVP, Exposure, Image Area Dose) with which the examination is made.

Whether this function should be enabled or not will be set by the service engineer
considering the operation at the user.

Image Confirm X-Ray Info Input


Screen Dialogue

KVP
Input the voltage applied to the X-ray bulb.

Exposure
Input the exposure dose.

Image Area Dose


Input the image area dose product.

Ten key
Input the value for KVP, Exposure, Image Area Dose.

[BS] Key
Deletes one character that has been input.

[Cancel] Button
Close the dialogue without saving the input data.

[OK] Button
Close the dialogue after saving the input data.

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Properties Screen
A screen to manually set the image size, format and output method, and to output the image.

Image Confirm Properties


Screen Screen

Image Display Field


Displays the scanned image in this field.
Image area to be printed on the film is
framed in blue. (this frame does not
appear when outputting the whole image)
Image area exposed to the X-ray is
framed in yellow. (this frame appears
only when the "Masking" is set to ON in
"Image Confirm" screen.

Print Area Border (blue)


Masking Border
(area not exposed to X-ray)(yellow)

[Scroll] button
Touching this button will scroll the list by
4 images to locate the image for the other
Exam Orders.

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[Device] button
Selects the device to which the image is output.
Touching the [Device] button will display the detailed
setting dialogue of each device.

Printer : Outputs the image data to the printer


connected to the CS-2, and prints the
image on a film.

Viewer/Server : Outputs the image data to the


viewer/server connected to the CS-2.

Floppy Disk : Outputs the image data in JPEG


format to the floppy disk inserted into
the CS-2. This data can be viewed by
other PC or image viewers.

Printer
Performs the detailed settings for the output to the printer.

Output Preview Field


Displays the preview image that will be output to
the printer.
Preview image varies depending on the
detailed setting.

When the image stitching (composite) is selected and the magnification is set to
100%, the first image for tile printing will be displayed in the output preview field.

[Size] button
Selects the film size that will be printed on a
printer.
Displays the film sizes that are available on the
printer.
Selecting the size will change the button
color from light blue to dark blue.

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[Orientation] button
Selects the orientation of the film printed on a
printer.
Upon selection, the button changes the color
from light blue to dark blue.
Upon selection, the orientation of the image
displayed on the Output Preview field changes.

[Print Format] button


Selects the format with which the image is
printed on a printer.
Upon selection, the button changes the color
from light blue to dark blue.
Upon selection, the orientation of the image
displayed on the Output Preview field changes.

<When the image frames increase due to the format change>


Output Preview will be changed so that the images starting with the upper left to the
right, lower left to the right are allocated in line from left to right, then lower left to
right on the new format.
<When the image frames decrease due to the format change>
Output Preview will be changed so that the images starting with the upper left to the
right, lower left to the right are allocated in line from left to right, then lower left to
right on the new format. Those exceeding the total frames are left unallocated.

[Mag. Method] button


Selects the output setting (100% or whole image) of the
image to be printed on a printer.

100% : Prints the image in 1 to 1 scale. Image area


exceeding the print border will be cut off.
Whole : Decrease the image size so that the whole
image fits to the film size. It prints the
image in 1 to 1 when the image is smaller
than the film size.
Upon selection, the button changes the color from light
blue to dark blue.
Upon selection, the print method of the image
displayed on the Output Preview field changes.

Setting the trimming frame (output in 1 to 1)


When the output film size is smaller than the image in 1 to 1 output, a frame to trim
the image is displayed in blue. This frame can be moved by touching the arrow but-
tons that appear at the top and bottom centers and right and left sides centers when
the magnification is set to 100%.

Touching left arrow Frame (blue) trimming


button several times .... the image moves to right

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[Output] button
Prints the image according to the setting made on the
"Properties" screen.
Touching this button will display the print queue
icon on the image display field, and starts printing.

[Output] button is disabled when the image to be printed is not displayed in the
Output Preview field.

Viewer/Server
Outputs the image to the viewer/server.

Output Preview Field


Displays the preview image that shall be output to the
viewer/server.

[Output] button
Outputs the image to the viewer/server.
Touching this button will display the viewer/server
icon on the image display field, and starts output.

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Floppy Disk
Outputs the irreversible compression data of the image to the floppy disk drive of the
CS-2.

Annotation and name (patient info) that have been set will not be reflected on the data
exported to the floppy disk.

Output Preview Field


Displays the preview image that shall be output to the
floppy disk.

[Magnification] button
25% : Decrease the image size to 25%.
50% : Decrease the image size to 50%.
75% : Decrease the image size to 75%.
100% : Sets the print size to 1:1(100%).
Selecting the button will change its color
from light blue to dark blue.

[Quality] button
Selects the quality of the image that shall be
output to the floppy disk.
Low : Sets the quality to low level.
Std : Sets the quality to standard resolution.
High : Sets the quality to high level.
Selecting the button will change its color
from light blue to dark blue.

[Output] button
Outputs the image data to the floppy disk.
Touching this button will open the "Browse for
Folder" dialogue.

To save the image data on a floppy disk, always select the floppy disk drive (Drive
"A") in the "Browse for Folder" screen.

When outputting to a floppy disk, always select "31/2 Floppy disk" as the save target in
the "Browse for folders" dialogue.
The image size may exceed the capacity of floppy disk, resulting in save failure.
When a message "Failed to create JPEG image. Check the target disk capacity" is dis-
played, change the magnification (100% 75% 50% 25%) and/or image quali-
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Exam List Screen ("Exam List" screen as the initial screen)


The screen displays a list of Patient Info registered on the CS-2.
Selects the Patient Info that is reserved, for which the examination shall be implemented.
Patient Info can be newly registered.
Patient data already reserved may be modified or deleted.
Based on the conditions (Hospital Dept, Location (Ward), Exam Room) registered on the Patient Info, specific
Patient Info can be filtered and displayed in the list.

Patient Info List


Reserved Patient Info, and Exam Tags attached to the
Patient Info are displayed.
Patient Info for examination may be selected here.
Touching any line of Patient Info will result in selection
of that data and display of the data in a green frame in
blue characters.
Patient Info for which examination has been started
and suspended on the "Image Confirm" screen is dis-
played in gray.
8 reserved Patient Info are displayed on one screen. Where
there are more than 9 reserved data, the scroll button may
be used to scroll down the list.

Warning for the Patient who requires medical attention.


For the case of pregnant patient, etc., who requires a special attention in X-ray ex-
posure, an exclamation mark "!", urging a special care will be displayed on the
"Image Confirm" and "Exam List" screens (when the "Exam List" screen has been
set up to display the item "Alert" at the time of installation) when such is input in the
corresponding item.
It is displayed in the "Exam List" screen as follows.

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Sorting the "Exam List"


The list displayed in the "Exam List" screen can be sorted by each item.
Touching the title item in the list will sort the listing in descending order by that item
as a key, and downward arrow appears. Touching the same title item again will sort
the listing in ascending order, and upward arrow appears.

Downward Arrow : Sorts the listing in descending order by the title item as a key.
Upward Arrow : Sorts the listing in ascending order by the title item as a key.
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by the [ID] as a key. by the [Age] as a key.

Page Number
Indicates the page number of the registered Exam List
pages.

[Scroll] (Flip Page) Button


Scrolls the list by 8 Patient Info at a time.

[Scroll] (Top or End Page) Button


Scrolls the list straight to the top or end page.

[KONICA MINOLTA] Button p.125 System Menu


Used to display the system menu screen. Screen
If an error occurs on the CS-2 or any other device
connected to the CS-2 such as a input/output device,
the [KONICA MINOLTA] button is displayed in red
color.

When the [KONICA MINOLTA] button turns red.


The color of [KONICA MINOLTA] button indicates the status of I/O devices connect-
ed to the CS-2. When this button is red, either the CS-2 or I/O device is in error.
(it turns red when the films are empty when a printer is connected)
Open the "System Menu" screen, and check the status of each device.

: Normal : Error occurred

[Register] button p.17 "Exam


Registers a newly input Patient Info on the Exam list. Registration"
Screen
"Exam Registration" screen will be displayed. ("Exam List"
screen as the
initial screen)

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[Modify] button p.121 Patient Info


Modify
"Patient Info Modify" Screen will be displayed. Screen

[Delete] button
Deletes the Patient Info currently selected in the "Exam
List".

[Filter] button p.123 Filter Key


Sets the filtering condition to extract and display the Screen
Patient Info in the "Exam List".
"Filter Condition" screen will be displayed.

[Perform] button p.95 Image


Starts the examination/scanning of the image for the Confirm
Screen
Patient Info selected in the "Exam List".
"Image Confirm" screen will be displayed.

It is not possible to start the same exami-


nation on several CS-2s at the same time.
In the system where the "Exam List" is
displayed on several CS-2s, when one
CS-2 attempts to start the examination
that has been already started on the
other CS-2, a message "This Exam
Order is already in process on other
CS-2. Please suspend the exam." (this
may not appear depending on the
upstream devices)
If such happens, suspend the exam on
your CS-2 first, and also suspend the
exam on the other CS-2, then restart
the exam again.

Updating the "Exam List"


When the system is configured to receive the Patient Info from upstream devices,
CS-2 regularly checks if a new patient info is received or not, and updates the list
accordingly. Touching the [Update List] button allows manual update by checking
the new info. This Button is not displayed on systems that are not configured to re-
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"Exam Registration" Screen ("Exam List" screen as the initial screen)


Use this screen to input a new Patient Info.
When the system is configured to receive the Patient Info from upstream devices or to search the Patient Info from the
CS-2 Patient Info database, this screen allows searching of the Patient Info registered in the Patient Info database,
and adding the info to the list.

Exam List Exam Regist


Screen Screen

Inputting the Patient Info


Input in each item of the Patient Info for a new
registration.
Touching the field on the right of each item allows
input.
To search the data, input a key word of the Patient Info
that shall be searched.
Inputs effective for search are "Patient ID" and "Name".
Touching the [Search] button or switching to the other
screen will initiate searching.

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[Search] button p.33 Inputting the


Patient Info
Searches for the Patient Info.
(search from
For the system that sends the Patient Info by operating database)
the upstream device, this button will not be displayed.
"Search Result" screen will be displayed. p.119 "Search
Result"
Screen

When several items are input, search is made for the Patient Info that matches all inputs.

When displaying the new input screen for inputting a new Patient Info, it can be set so that
the new Patient ID is automatically issued.

For the system that searches from the upstream devices, the [Search] button
while it is searching from the upstream devices changes to "Suspend".
Touching the "Suspend" button will stop searching from the upstream
devices.

Input Panel (Touch panel)


This panel is for input of Patient Info.
Display varies depending on which item is
selected from the Patient Info display.
For items requiring character or numerical
input, data will be displayed in a format
matching the item (alphabetical/numerical).
For items where the selection branch is set,
a selection branch button is displayed. p.24 Using the
Input Panel
Touching the [DEL](Delete) button will
delete a character displayed before the
cursor.
Touching the [BS] (Back Space) button will
delete a character displayed after the
cursor.
Touching the [ENTER] button will move the
cursor to next item.

[All Clear] button


All items of the Patient Info displayed are deleted.

[CANCEL] button
Cancels the input for the Patient Info.
Returns to the "Exam List" screen.

[OK] button
Adds the input Patient Info to the "Exam List".
Returns to the "Exam List" screen.
Input Patient Info will be added to the "Exam List".

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"Search Result" Screen


Displays all Patient Info's that have been returned in the search.
Patient Info selected in the "Search Result" screen can be added to the "Exam Registration" screen.

Patient Info
Exam Regist or Search Result
Input/Search
Screen Screen
Screen

Search Result List


Displays the list of Patient Info ("Patient ID", "Name",
"Sex", "Age") that have been returned in the search.
Touching the Patient Info will select it with green frame.

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Sorting the "Exam List"


The list displayed in the "Exam List" screen can be sorted by each item.
Touching the title item in the list will sort the listing in descending order by that item
as a key, and downward arrow appears. Touching again the same title item will sort
the listing in ascending order, and upward arrow appears.

Downward Arrow : Sorts the listing in descending order by the title item as a key.
Upward Arrow : Sorts the listing in ascending order by the title item as a key.
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by the [ID] as a key. by the [Age] as a key.

Scroll button
Scrolls the displayed page of the Patient Info.

[CANCEL] Button
Cancels the selection of the Patient Info, and closes
the "Search Result" screen.

[OK] button
Adds the selected Patient Info to the "Exam Regist"
screen, and closes the "Search Result" screen.
Selected Patient Info will be displayed in the "Exam
Regist" screen.

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Patient Info Modify Screen


1) Modifies the Patient Info that is selected in the "Exam List" screen.
Patient Info selected in the "Exam List" screen will be displayed in the Patient Info display field.
2) Modifies the Patient Info for which the examination is in process in the "Image Confirm" screen.
Patient Info of the patient who is being examined in the "Image Confirm" screen will be displayed.

"Image Confirm" screen


as the initial screen

Patient Info Patient Info Modify


Exam List Image Confirm
Amendment
Screen Screen Screen
Screen

Modification of the Patient Info in the "Patient Info Modify" screen will be reflected al-
so in the Patient Info registered in the Patient Info database.

Patient Info Display


Items for the Patient Info selected in the "Exam List" or
being examined in the "Image Confirm" screen will be
displayed. Touching the input field on the right of the
item allows the information to be changed.

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Input Panel (Touch panel)


This panel is for input of Patient Info.
Display changes depending on which item is
selected from the Patient Info display.

For items requiring character or numerical


input, data will be displayed in a format
matching the item (alphabetical/numerical).
For items where the selection branch is set, p.24 Using the
a selection branch button is displayed. Input Panel

Touching the [DEL](Delete) button will


delete a character displayed before the
cursor.
Touching the [BS] (Back Space) button will
delete a character displayed after the
cursor.
Touching the [ENTER] button will move the
cursor to next item.

[CANCEL] button
Cancels the input for the Patient Info.
Returns to the "Exam List" screen.

[OK] button
Modification of the Patient Info is effected.
Returns to the "Exam List" screen.

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Filter Key Screen


Select the extraction (filter) parameters that shall be listed in the "Exam List" screen.
"Hospital Dept", "Location (Ward)" and "Exam Room" that have been input in the Patient Info can be used as filtering keys.
When all parameters ("Hospital Dept", "Location (Ward)" and "Exam Room") are set as filtering keys, Patient Info
that matches all conditions only shall be extracted.
However, information concerning "Hospital Dept", "Location (Ward)" and "Exam Room" must be contained in the
Patient Info for extraction, those which may not match this condition will not be extracted.

Exam List Use the User Tool to


Filter Key Screen newly register or modify
Screen
the Filter Keys.

[Hospital Department] Button


Used to select "Hospital Department" parameters.

[Location(Ward)] Button
Used to select "Location(Ward)" parameters.

[Exam. Room] Button


Used to select "Exam. Room" parameters.

Parameter Selection Button Display


The button format shows the Filter Keys.
Touch the extraction category ("Hospital department",
"Location(Ward)" or "Exam. Room") button required
and effect selection by touching the parameter
selection button displayed on the screen.
Multiple parameters may be selected for each of the
categories ([Hospital Dept], [Location(Ward)] or
[Exam. Room])
Selected button changes its color to green.
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Scroll button
Where there are 40 or more parameter selection but-
tons, the scroll button may be used.

[Clear] button
Filter Keys are cleared.
All categories ([Hospital department], [Location(Ward)] or
[Exam. Room] ) are cleared.

[CANCEL] button
Filter Key settings/changes are cancelled.
Display returns to the "Exam List" screen.

[OK] button
Sets Filter Keys.
Display returns to the "Exam List" screen.
The "Exam List" screen is modified to match the set Filter
Keys.

To return to the list prior to extraction


Touch the [Filter] button again to display the Filter Key screen and touch the [Clear] and
[OK] buttons in sequence.
List Screen Filter Key Screen

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System Menu Screen


Enables checking of the status of devices connected to CS-2, examination history, setting of system operational data,
etc.
Additionally, CS-2 system termination is carried out from this screen.

System Menu
Initial Screen
Screen

[Device Status] Button p.127 Device


Enables checking of output devices connected to CS-2 Status
Screen
(reader device, viewer/server, printer, external patient
DB/external exam DB) as well as the capacity used and
remaining on the hard disk incorporated into CS-2.
The Device Status Screen is displayed.

[History] Button p.139 "Examination


Enables referencing of images saved on the CS-2 hard History"
screen
disk from examinations already completed.
The "Examination History" screen is displayed.

[Utility] Button p.152 Start Up of


Enables several settings of CS-2 system operational the User Tool
data.
Alternatively, this button is used to enter the user tool.
Password is required to enter/exit the user
tool.

[Shutdown] Button p.23 Shutdown


Enables termination of the CS-2 system and switching (Power OFF)
off of the power supply.
Touching this button produces display of a request for
confirmation.

[Back] Button
Terminates the system menu screen.
Initial screen will be displayed.

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[Screen Format] button will be displayed when the "Exam Regist" or "Exam
List" screen is set as the initial screen. Touching this button will switch
between the "Exam Regist" and "Exam List" screens.

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[Screen Format] button


Selects the initial screen that shall be displayed upon
completion of the CS-2's start up sequence.
Touching this button will switch between the screen formats.

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Device Status Screen


Enables checking of the status of devices connected to CS-2.

"Exam Regist" or "Exam


List" screen as the initial
screen

System Menu Device Status Image Confirm Device Status


Screen Screen Screen Screen

Image Browse Device Status


Screen Screen

REGIUS MODEL 170/190


A list of REGIUS MODEL 170/190 connected to CS-2 is
displayed in icon format.
The icon color indicates the REGIUS MODEL 170/190
status.
Black (normal) : Ready for scanning.
Yellow (Initializing) : Currently initializing
Green (busy) : Currently reading image or erasing plate.
Blue (sleep) : In sleep mode.
Red (error) : Error has been occurred. p.130 REGIUS
MODEL
Touching an icon produces display of the status of the 170/190
corresponding REGIUS MODEL 170/190. Status Check
Screen

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JM
JM connected to the CS-2 is displayed in icon format.
Black (normal) : Ready for operation.
Red (error) : Error has been occurred.
Touching this icon will display the status of JM and
the cassette registrations.
p.131 JM Status
Check
Screen

JM
This is an application software that controls the network between REGIUS
MODEL170 and CS-2.

Viewer/Server p.133 Viewer/


The viewer/server connected to CS-2 is displayed Server Status
Check Screen
in icon format.
The icon color indicates the viewer/server status.
Black (normal) : Ready for operation.
Yellow (Initializing) : Currently initializing
Green (busy) : Currently outputting.
Red (error) : Error has been occurred.
Touching an icon produces display of the
status of the viewer/server as well as
examination data reserved for output.

Printer p.135 Printer Status


A list of printers connected to CS-2 is displayed in Check Screen
icon format.
The icon color indicates the reader device status.
Black (normal) : Ready for operation.
Yellow (Initializing) : Currently initializing
Green (busy) : Currently outputting.
Red (error) : Error has been occurred.
Touching an icon produces display of the
status of the printer as well as examination
data reserved for output.

External Patient DB/External Exam DB p.137 "External


Displays the status of the systems such as Patient
DB/External
medical system and other systems that handles Exam DB
the patient info/exam info including the Status Check"
screen
electronic Patient Record system connected to
the CS-2.

Black (normal) : Ready for operation.


Yellow (Initializing) : Currently initializing
Green (busy) : Currently busy.
Red (error) : Error has been occurred.

Touching this icon will display the Patient


Info that is reserved for output to the external
patient DB/external exam DB.

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System
Displays the status of the hard disk incor-
porated into the CS-2 System.
When disk capacity is
Guarded Images : Displays the number of
full, images on the
images guarded on the
"Examination History"
"Examination History"
screen are automatically
screen.
deleted from the oldest.
Disk Space (Used) : Used disk capacity is
A guard should be ap-
shown in giga-bytes
plied to selected exami-
(GB).
nations in the
Disk Space (Free) : Remaining disk capacity
"Examination History"
is shown in giga-bytes
screen to prevent eras-
(GB).
ing those images.

p.139 Examination
History
screen
[Back] Button
Terminates the "Device Status" screen and returns to
the original screen ("System Menu", "Image Confirm" or
"Image Browse" screen) p.125 System Menu
Screen

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REGIUS MODEL 170/190 Status Check Screen


Enables checking of the REGIUS MODEL 170/190 status.

Device Status REGIUS MODEL 170/190


Screen Status Check Screen

"REGIUS MODEL 170/190 Status Check" Screen


Touching the [REGIUS MODEL 170/190] icon in the "System Menu" screen will display
this screen.

Error Message Display


In the event of a REGIUS MODEL 170/190 device error, an
error message is displayed in red characters.
For details of errors and remedies, refer to the operation
manual for the REGIUS MODEL 170/190.

[OK] Button
Terminates the REGIUS MODEL 170/190 status check
screen.

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JM Status Check Screen


Enables checking of the JM status.

Device Status JM Status check


Screen Screen

Error Message Display p.200 Trouble with


In the event of JM device error, an error message is JM
displayed in red characters.

[Primary] Button
Sets the JM for standard use.

[Secondary] Button
Sets the standard JM to backup JM.
This button is disabled when the standard JM is
operating without failure.

Scroll button
Scrolls the barcode list of the cassettes that are
registered on the CS-2.

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REGIUS MODEL 170/190 Read Status Display

In the case of Bar Code Registration


A REGIUS MODEL 170/190 read status list is dis-
played.
Read status data registered by this CS-2 is displayed
in green characters.
Read status data registered by other CS-2 units is
displayed in gray characters.
The column for the selected read status is displayed
in blue.

Time/date of : Displays the time/date the cassette was


registration registered.
CS-2 : Displays the name of the CS-2 that reg-
istered the cassette.
170 : In cases where the cassette was insert-
ed into a REGIUS MODEL 170/190,
the name of the unit is displayed.
Bar code No. : The bar code number of the registered
cassette
Status : "Registered" .......Bar code registration
completed.
"Stand-by" ..........REGIUS MODEL 170/190
in read stand-by status.
"Reading" ...........REGIUS MODEL 170/190
reading.

In the case of Screen Menu Selection


Only the "1st" exposure parameter is displayed in the
REGIUS MODEL 170/190 read status display col-
umn.

[Stop] Button
Deletes read status data selected from the read status
data display.
Usually, the [Stop] but-
Read status data may be deleted only from a
ton is not used.
registered CS-2.
The button is used in
cases where the
[OK] button message "This image is
Terminates the JM status check screen. reserved for reading
and cannot be
browsed. The image
may be browsed after
completion of reading
or after disabling the
read operation" is dis-
played and movement
to another screen is not
possible.
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Viewer/Server Status Check Screen


Enables checking of the viewer/server status.

Device Status Viewer/Server Status


Screen Check Screen

Error Message Display


In the event of viewer/server device error,
an error message is displayed in red
characters. For details of errors and
remedies, refer to the operation manual
for the viewer/server.

Output Reservation
Exam Info reserved for output after
completing the examination is listed.
Selecting the exam info will change its
color to light blue.

[Primary] Button
Sets the viewer/server to the one for standard use.

[Secondary] Button
Changes the output destination from standard
viewer/server to backup viewer/server.

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Change of the output destination


should be implemented only with full
knowledge of the operation style of
the system. Failure in change and
selection of the output destination
may result in duplicated outputs to
the same viewer/ server or disabling
image output to the viewer/server for
diagnosis. When attempting to
change the output destination to the
viewer/sever that has been already
assigned, a message on the right will
be displayed.

[Scroll] button
Scrolls the displayed page for Exam Order list that is
reserved for examination.

[Delete] button
Deletes the output queue to the viewer/server.
This button is enabled (red) when the reserved Exam
Order is selected in the "Output Reservation" list.

[Output] button
Turns ON/OFF the output to the viewer/server.

: Output "ON" (starts output) Touching the [OK] but-


ton in the "Image
: Output "OFF" (suspends output) Confirm" screen while
the [Output] button is
kept "OFF" will send the
image to the output
[OK] button queue, and the image
Closes the "Viewer/Server Status Check" screen. will not be output.

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Printer Status Check Screen


Enables checking of the printer status.

Device Status Printer Status


Screen Check Screen

Error Message Display


In the event of printer error, an error message is
displayed in red characters. For details of errors and
remedies, refer to the operation manual for the printer.

Output Reservation
Exam Info reserved for output after
completing the examination is listed.
Selecting the exam info will change its color
to light blue.

[Primary] Button
Sets the printer to the one for standard use.

[Secondary] Button
Changes the output destination from standard printer to
backup printer.

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[Scroll] button
Scrolls the displayed page for Exam Order list that is
reserved for examination.

[Delete] button
Deletes the output queue to the printer
This button is enabled (red) when the reserved Exam
Order is selected in the "Output Reservation" list.

[Output] button
Turns ON/OFF the output to the printer.

: Output "ON" (starts output) Touching the [OK] but-


ton in the "Image
: Output "OFF" (suspends output) Confirm" screen while
the [Output] button is
kept "OFF" will send the
[OK] button
image to the output
Closes the "Printer Status Check" screen.
queue, and the image
is not printed.

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"External Patient DB/External Exam DB Status Check" screen


Enables checking of the External Patient DB/External Exam DB status.

RIS-IN on the left For "External Patient


DB/External Exam DB
External Patient DB/External Status Check", there
Device Status
Exam DB Status Check are two buttons, one is
Screen Screen (Input)
for inputting the
Patient/Exam Info and
the other is for out-
putting the Exam
Result.

RIS-OUT on the right

External Patient DB/External


Device Status
Exam DB Status Check
Screen Screen (Output)

Error Message Display


In the event of External Patient DB/External Exam DB
error, an error message is displayed in red characters.
For details of errors and remedies, refer to the
operation manual for the External Patient DB/External
Exam DB.

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Unsent Exam List


Exam Info reserved for output to the External
Patient DB/External Exam DB after
completing the examination is listed. Unsent Exam List is
Selecting the exam info will change its color displayed only in
to light blue. "External Patient
DB/External Exam DB
(output)" screen.

[Scroll] button
Scrolls the displayed page for Unsent Exam list.

[Primary] Button
Sets the selected External Patient DB/External Exam
DB for standard use.

[Secondary] Button
Sets the standard External Patient DB/External Exam
DB to backup External Patient DB/External Exam DB.

[Delete] button
Deletes the output queue to the External Patient
DB/External Exam DB. This button is enabled (red)
when the reserved Exam Order is selected in the
"Output Reservation" list.

[Output] button
Turns ON/OFF the output to the External Patient
DB/External Exam DB. This button will not be displayed
Touching the [OK] but-
in "External Patient DB/External Exam DB Status ton while the [Output]
Check (Input)" screen. button is kept "OFF" will
: Output "ON" (starts output) not send the info report-
ing that the Exam is
: Output "OFF" (suspends output) completed to the
External Patient DB/
External Exam DB, and
[OK] button the completed Exam
Closes the "External Patient DB/External Exam DB data may remain in the
Status Check" screen. list.
Therefore, do not turn
this button OFF unless
the External Patient
DB/External Exam DB
is in error.

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"Examination History" screen


Enables browsing of Patient Info for which examination is being carried out or has already been completed.
Selection of the data to be browsed may be made from the Patient Info list.
Browsed images may be output again.
The image of selected Patient Info may be guarded. When the disk capacity
is full, images on the
"Examination History"
screen are automatical-
ly deleted from the old-
"Examination est.
System Menu
A guard should be
Screen History" screen
applied to the image in
the "Examination
History" screen to avoid
being deleted.

Guard
Guard the image of
selected Patient Info to
protect it from deletion
from the hard disk.

"Examination History" screen


Selection of Patient Info to be output again or guarded
may be made here.
Patient Info that is guarded will be listed in the
"Exam History" screen with " * " in the "Guard"
column.

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[Network] Button p.141 Console


Select
Enables Image Sharing function and allows you to Screen
browse the images processed on the other Consoles.
Name of the Console whose images are currently
browsed will appear on the button.
Console Select screen will be displayed.

Page Number
Indicates the page number of the registered Exam List
pages.

[Scroll] (Flip Page) Button


Scrolls the list by 8 Patient Info at a time.

[Scroll] (Top or End Page) Button


Scrolls the list straight to the top or end page.

[Guard] Button
Used to guard the image of selected Patient Info and
protect it from deletion from the hard disk.
Images from Patient Info that are guarded are indicated by
display of " * " in the "guard" item on the "Examination
History" screen.
Touching the guarded Patient Info again removes the
guard.

[Edit] Button p.142 Image


Enables browsing of images from currently selected Browse
Screen
Patient Info.
The "Image Browse" screen is displayed.

[Back] Button p.125 System Menu


Terminates the "Examination History" screen and Screen
returns to the system menu screen.

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Console Select Screen


Enables to browse the images processed on the other Consoles using the Image Sharing function.
Select the target Console on this screen.

Image Sharing function is an option for the CS-1. On the CS-1 that does not incor- p.75 Image
porate this function, Console Select screen will not be displayed. Sharing

Examination Console Select


History Screen Screen

Local Button
Touch this button to return to your Console that is
currently operated. Name of the Console will be
displayed on the button. Touching this button will select
your Console and changes the frame color to green.

Network Button
Selects the target Console that shall be browsed.
Consoles selectable for browsing are displayed on the
buttons. Touching this button will select the target
Console and changes the frame color to green.

[CANCEL] Button
Cancels the selection of the target Console.
Returns to the Exam History screen.

[OK] Button
Displays the Exam History screen of the selected
Console.

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Image Browse Screen


Enables to browse the image that has been scanned. Re output of these images are also possible.

Examination Image Browse


History Screen Screen

[KONICA MINOLTA] Button


If an error occurs on the CS-2 or any other device
connected to the CS-2 such as a input/output device,
the [KONICA MINOLTA] button is displayed in red
color.
"System Device Status" screen will be displayed.

When the [KONICA MINOLTA] button turns red.


The color of [KONICA MINOLTA] button indicates the status of I/O devices connect-
ed to the CS-2. When this button is red, either the CS-2 or I/O device is in error.
(it turns red when the films are empty when a printer is connected)
Open the "System Menu" screen, and check the status of each device.

: Normal : Error occurred

Patient Info Display


Display of patient ID, name, sex and date of birth.

In cases where the Patient Info is insufficient or wrong, touch the p.121 Patient Info
[Modify Patient] button to modify the Patient Info. Modify
Screen

Modification of the Patient Info in the "Image Browse" screen will be reflected upon
the Patient Info registered in the Patient Info database.

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Rough Classification Button


Select the body part icon from those comprising the body il-
lustration. Selected icon turns green.
Exam Tags displayed on the screen will vary depending on
the icon selected here.

Skull

Chest
Neck

Arm

Pelvis Abdomen

Others

Legs

Exam Tag
Processing conditions suitable to the body part are
classified as Exam Tag according to the icon selected
in the rough classification. The main Exam Tag
contains the individual image Exam Tags (Density,
Contrast, etc.) that are best suited for each body part.
Selecting one item (Exam Tag) for a specific
examination here will register a new order in the Exam
Order List.

Scroll (Exam Tag) button


Scrolls the list by 4 Exam Tags.

Order Display
Exam Order that is registered with the Exam Tag can
be viewed on the button.
Select the Exam Order for the scanning before
examination. After scanning, select the [OK] or [NG] of
the image depending on the quality to output the image
(print or save). Touching any of these Exam Orders will
change its frame to green.

In "4 on 1" format, maximum 4 Exam Orders will be


displayed on the screen. When more than 4 Exam
Orders are registered, touch the scroll button to view
the others.

In "1 on 1" format, only 1 Exam Order will be


displayed on the screen. When several Exam Orders
are registered, touch the scroll button to view the
others.
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Image Display Field


Displays the scanned image.
Yellow line indicates the border of X-ray
exposed area. (this only appears on the
image of which the Masking is set to
"ON")

Masking border (unexposed) (yellow)

[Scroll] (image) button


When there are more Exam Orders than what is
displayed, touch this button to scroll the list.

[Rotate/Flip] button
Rotates or flips the selected image (framed in green).
"Image Rotate/Flip" dialogue will be displayed.

Indication of the [Rotate/Flip] button


Rotate/Flip currently selected is indicated on the button.

0 deg/Upright 90 deg/Upright 180 deg/Upright 270 deg/Upright

0 deg/Flipped 90 deg/Flipped 180 deg/Flipped 270 deg/Flipped

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[Masking] button
Selects to apply masking to the currently selected
image (framed in green).
Touching the button will switch between "ON" and
"OFF".
[ON] Applies "Masking" to the image.
Masking frame is displayed in yellow
around the X-ray exposed area.

[OFF] "Masking" is not applied.

Yellow masking frame appears


when "Masking" is ON.

Masking
The purpose of this type of image processing is to black out areas outside the field
of X-ray exposure on the image read. This prevents undue light leakage and eye
fatigue during reading of printed or soft copy images.
OFF ON

Areas not exposed to the X-ray

Density Slide Bar


Alter the density either by clicking the right or left mouse
buttons or sliding the slide bar to the right or left.
Touching the right mouse button or sliding the slide bar to
the right will increase the density.
Touching the left mouse button or sliding the slide bar to the
left will decrease the density.

<To increase the density>


Touch the right mouse button several times or slide the
slide bar to the right.

Density too low Touch several times Desired density

<To decrease the density>


Touch the left mouse button several times or slide the slide
bar to the left.

Density too high Touch several times Desired density

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Contrast Slide Bar


Alter the contrast either by clicking the right or left mouse
buttons or sliding the slide bar to the right or left.
Touching the right mouse button or sliding the slide bar to
the right will increase the contrast.
Touching the left mouse button or sliding the slide bar to the
left will decrease the contrast.

<To increase the contrast>


Touch the right mouse button several times or slide the
slide bar to the right.

Contrast too low Touch several times Desired contrast

<To decrease the contrast>


Touch the left mouse button several times or slide the slide
bar to the left.

Contrast too high Touch several times Desired contrast

[Annotation] Button p.104 Annotation


Select the annotation to be overlapped with the output image. Setup Screen
Annotation Setup screen will be displayed.
Selected annotation will be displayed on the image in the
image display field.

[Stitch] Button p.210 Image


Displays the Composite Image Select screen. Stitching
Process
Selection is enabled when there is an order for long
body parts and the exposure is actually completed.

[Screen Format] button


Switches the Screen Format between "Single Image p.13 Two Types of
Format" and "Multi-Image Format". Image
Format

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[Print Format] button


This button is disabled when the image is browsed from
the "Exam History" screen.

[Properties] button
Outputs the image to printer , viewer/server or floppy
disk. For the output to the printer, set details (image
size, orientation, format, output method) for each Exam
Order.
"Properties" screen will be displayed.

[Back] button p.139 Examination


Closes the "Image Browse" screen, and returns to the History
screen
"Exam History" screen.

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User Tool
6
How to operate the User Tool is detailed in this
chapter.

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Outline of the User Tool

About User Tool


User Tool is an utility software that enables the user to customize various settings of the
CS-2 according to the operation style at the facility.
Once the CS-2 is appropriately set up, examination can be carried out in an efficient
manner. Because the User Tool handles various important data that affect the
performance of the CS-2, operation of the User Tool is limited to an authorized personal by
a password.

To operate the User Tool


In the operation of the User Tool, it is required to double-click or drag the item on the screen.
Therefore, it is recommended to operate with a mouse.

Before editing new settings using the User Tool, make sure to back up the current
data using the "Back Up" function of the User Tool. Doing so allows the user to
quickly restore the original setting even when any trouble happens to the CS-2 or
p.181 Backing Up
reader. the User Tool
Settings

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Flowchart of User Tool Screens

System screen
Edits various settings of
general operation of the CS-2.

p.154

Exam Order screen


"User Tool Menu" screen Adds, deletes and edits the
Displays the list of operation items Exam Orders displayed in the
available from the User Tool. "Image Confirm" screen.

p.163

Patient Info screen


Edits the Patient Info registered
in the CS-2 database.

p.172

Filter Condition screen screen


Edits the filter key which is selected
in the "Filter Cond" screen.

p.178

Back Up screen
Backs up the settings made by
the User Tool.

p.181

Restore screen
Restores the settings made by
the User Tool.

p.184

to System Menu

p.19

p.187 Operator
[Operator], [Log], [Statistics], [NG Reason Edit] buttons will be displayed in addition
Security
to those illustrated in the above using the Operator Security Mode or Statistics Mode
Analysis (Option) setting, and the screen corresponding to each button will be dis-
played by touching it. p.209 Optional
Functions

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Start Up of the User Tool


How to start up the User Tool is described below.

1 Touch the [KONICA MINOLTA] button in the ini-


tial screen.
System Menu will be displayed.

2 Touch the [Utility] button.


"Password Input" screen will be displayed.

3 Input the password, and touch the [Perform] but-


ton.
" will be shown in the password input field
"
corresponding to the number of value which
are input. Password itself will not be
displayed.
If inputting the password fails, touch the [C]
3 button first, and input the correct password
again.
"User Tool" screen will be displayed.

4 Touch the tool that you want to operate. p.154 System


Touch the tool button that should be Screen
implemented when setting up the CS-2.
p.163 Setting the
Exam Tag

p.172 Editing the


Patient Info

p.178 Editing the


Before editing new settings using the User Tool, make sure to back up the current Filtering
Parameters
data using the "Back Up" function of the User Tool. Doing so allows the user to
quickly restore the original setting even when any trouble happens to the CS-2 or p.181 Backing Up
reader. the User Tool
Settings

p.184 Restoring the


User Tool
Default password is "1234". Use the "System" screen of the User Tool to change the settings
default.

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Termination of the User Tool


How to terminate the User Tool is described below.

1 Touch the [Back] button in the "User Tool"


screen.
Returns to the "System Menu" screen.

2 Touch the [Back] button in the "System Menu"


screen.
Returns to the initial screen of the CS-2.

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"System" Screen
A screen used to edit the general setting of the CS-2.

User Tool
System Screen
screen

Item Default Function

Administrator Password - Sets the password that should be input to start up the User Tool.
Clicking the [Alter] button will display the "Admin Password" dialogue.
p.159 Operation of the Admin
Password Dialogue

Date/Time - Sets the internal clock of the CS-2. Clicking the [Alter] button will
display the "Date/Time Properties" dialogue.
p.160 Date/Time Properties
Dialogue

Facility
Name - Input the facility name. Maximum 60 characters can be input. Use the
keyboard to input.

Address - Input the facility address. Maximum 60 characters can be input. Use
the keyboard to input.

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Item Default Function


Screen
Screen saver Not Use Sets whether to start the screen saver when the CS-2 is kept
unoperated.
Select between "Use" and "Not Use". When "Use" is selected, set the
time (sec) before the screen saver starts.

Image Confirm Manual Sets whether to use the Image Confirm. Select between "Manual"
and "Auto". When "Use" is selected, set the time (sec) before the
image is automatically confirmed.

Image Confirm
Selecting "Auto" in this function allows the image to be automatically
output when a specific time elapses after scanning the image, assum-
ing that the image has been confirmed. When re-exposure is neces-
sary, touch [NG] button before the time is reached.
Remaining time (sec) before the image is confirmed is indicated on the
[OK] button.
Changing the setting of density, contrast, rotate/flip and masking
before the time is reached will cancel the image confirm process. It is
required to touch the [OK] button to restart the process.
Count down is cancelled if any error message is shown before the time
is reached. Closing the message box will restart the count down.

Item Default Function

Complete No Sets whether to return to the initial screen by terminating the


examination upon completion of the image confirmation on the
"Image Confirm" screen. Select between "Yes" and "No". Selecting
"Yes" will return to the initial screen upon completion of the image
confirmation on the "Image Confirm" screen. However, for the CS-2
whose order registration method is set to "Auto-Registration", this
setting is always neglected.

Output Preview

1 Frame Yes Sets whether to display the "Output Preview" screen when the image
is confirmed on the "Image Confirm" screen. (in the case of 1on 1 or
same 2 on 1 format)

2 or 4 Frames Yes Sets whether to display the "Output Preview" screen when the image
is confirmed on the "Image Confirm" screen. (in the case of 2 on 1 or
4 on 1 format)
Auto-Output

Printer Yes Sets whether to automatically send the image data to a printer when
the image is confirmed on the "Image Confirm" screen. Selecting
"No" will not allow the image to be sent to a printer even when the
[OK] button is touched. In this case, it is required to manually output
the image on the "Properties" or "Exam History" screen.

Viewer/Server 1 Yes Sets whether to automatically send the image data to a Viewer/
Server 1 when the image is confirmed on the "Image Confirm"
screen. Selecting "No" requires to manually output the image on the
"Properties" or "Exam History" screen.

Viewer/Server 2 Yes Sets whether to automatically send the image data to a Viewer/
Server 2 when the image is confirmed on the "Image Confirm"
screen. Selecting "No" requires to manually output the image on the
"Properties" or "Exam History" screen.

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Item Default Function


Print

Stamp Format OFF Sets whether to add the Patient Info (name) at the edge of the output
film. The style of this Patient Info should be selected from the
following 5 preset styles beforehand at the time of installation.
(However, the data output to a floppy disk will not be accompanied by
the stamp regardless of the setting (ON/OFF) ) Selecting "OFF" will
not print the Patient Info. 5 default styles are as follows. (Styles may
be different when they have been changed according to the request
from the system administrator at the facility)
Style-1 Style-2

Style-3 Style-4

Style-5

Stamp Position Upper Left When other than "OFF" is selected in the "Stamp Format", specify the
print position of the name from "Upper Left", "Upper right", "Lower
Left", "Lower Right".
Upp-L Name Name
Upp-R

Name Name
Low-L Low-R

Border Transparent Sets the background of the output film. Select from "Transparent" and "Black".
Black : Outputs the image with black background.
Transparent : Outputs the image with transparent background.

Black Transparent

[CANCEL] button
Closes the "System" screen without saving the altered
settings.
A message confirming to exit without saving the
settings will be displayed. Touching the [YES] will
return to the "User Tool" screen, while [NO] returns
to the "System" screen.

[OK] button
Closes the "System" screen after saving the altered
settings.
A message confirming to exit after saving the
settings will be displayed. Touching the [YES] will
return to the "User Tool" screen, while [NO] returns
to the "System" screen.

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Operation of the "System" Screen


How to operate the "System" screen is described below.

1 Display the "User Tool" screen.


"User Tool" screen will be displayed.

2 Touch the [System] button.


2 "System" screen will be displayed.

3 Perform various settings for the system.


Click the [Alter] button in the Admin Password p.159 Operation of
field to change the Administrator Password. the Admin
"Admin Password" dialogue will be displayed. Password
Dialogue
Click the [Alter] button in the Date/Time filed to
change the Date & Time. p.160 Date/Time
Properties
"Date/Time Properties" dialogue will be Dialogue
displayed.
Click the input field to display the cursor to
input the facility name and address.

4 After completing all necessary settings, touch


the [OK] button.
A message requesting a confirmation to save
the settings will be displayed.
Touch the [CANCEL] button to close the
[System] screen without saving the setting. A
confirmation message will be displayed, and
4 touching the [YES] will return to the "System"
screen without saving the settings.

5 Touch the [YES] button when it should be


saved.
Touching the [NO] button will return to the
"System" screen.

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"Admin Password" Dialogue


Sets the password for starting up the "User Tool".

System screen Admin Password

Make a note of the password when it is changed.


If the password is forgotten, User Too cannot be started up.

Current Password Input Field


Input the currently effective password
using the keyboard.
"" as many as the
number of codes input
New Password Input Field will be displayed in the
Input the new password using the input box for "Current
keyboard. Password", "New
Password" and "Retype
Input 4 digits to set the password.
New Password".
Retype New Password Field
Input the new password again using
the keyboard to verify.

[CANCEL] button
Closes the "System" screen without saving the new
password.
Returns to the "System" screen.

[OK] button
Closes the "System" screen after saving the new
password.
A message requesting a confirmation to save the
new password will be displayed. Touching the [YES]
button will return to the "System" screen.

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Operation of the Admin Password Dialogue


How to operate the "Admin Password" dialogue is described below.

Make a note of the password when it is changed.


If the password is forgotten, User Too cannot be started up.

1 Input the currently effective password using the


keyboard.
1 "(asterisks) as many as the codes are input
"
will be displayed.

2 After inputting the current password, click the


input box for the"New Password" or press the
[Tab] key of the keyboard.
2 Cursor moves to the "New Password" field.

3 In the same manner, input the new password in


the "New Password" and "Retype New
Password" input field using the keyboard.
"(asterisks) as many as the codes are input
"
will be displayed.
Input 4 codes.

4 Click the [OK] button.


When the inputs for "Current Password", "New
Password" and "Retype New Password" are
correct, a message requesting a confirmation
to save the setting will be displayed.
When any input for "Current Password", "New
Password" and "Retype New Password" is
4 incorrect, a message requesting a reinput will
be displayed.

5 Click the [YES] button.


Altered setting will be saved, and returns to the
"System" screen.

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"Date/Time Properties" Dialogue


Sets the internal clock of the CS-2.

Date/Time
System screen
Properties

[Date/Time] Tab
Sets the date and time.

Date
Sets the date of the CS-2.

Time
Sets the time of the CS-2.

[Time Zone] Tab


Sets the time zone.

Time Zone
Select the time zone in the list box at the top of the
screen.

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[Internet Time] Tab


Sets the internet time.

Automatically synchronize with an Internet time


server
When the CS-2 is networked to the internet, and
this check box is ticked, the CS-2 will regularly
and automatically acquire the current time via
the internet. Clicking the [Now (U)] button will
immediately acquire the current time.

Setting the Date/Time


How to set the date and time is described below.

1 Click the desired item (time, min, sec) in the


time box.

2 Click the [s], [t] button or input the digits. When the
time, min or sec is altered, clock hands automati-
2 cally move according to the time setting.

3 Click the [OK] or [Apply (A)] button. Time will be


set to the new setting upon click.
Clicking the [OK] button will save the altered
setting and return to the "System" screen.
Clicking the [Apply (A)] button will save the
altered setting while the screen is kept as it is.
Click the [CANCEL] button will cancel the
3 change. Screen returns to the "System"
screen without saving the new setting.

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Setting the Time Zone


How to set the time zone is described below.

1 Click the [Time Zone] tab.


1 Switches to the "Time Zone" screen.

2 2 Select the zone to be set from the list box at the


top of the screen.
Map will be redisplayed so that the selected
zone is aligned to the center.

3 Click the [OK] or [Apply (A)] button.


Clicking the [OK] button will save the altered
setting and return to the "System" screen.
Clicking the [Apply (A)] button will save the
altered setting while the screen is kept as it is.
Click the [CANCEL] button will cancel the
3 change. Screen returns to the "System"
screen without saving the new setting.

Setting the Internet Time


How to set the internet time is described below.

1 Click the [Internet Time] tab.


1 Switches to the "Internet Time" screen.

2 When the CS-2 is networked to the internet, and


the time should be automatically acquired via
internet, tick the [Automatically Synchronize with
Internet(S)] check box.

3 Click the [OK] or [Apply (A)] button.


Clicking the [OK] button will save the altered setting
and return to the "System" screen.
Clicking the [Apply (A)] button will save the
altered setting while the screen is kept as it is.
Click the [CANCEL] button will cancel the
3 change. Screen returns to the "System"
screen without saving the new setting.

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Setting the Exam Tag


Add, delete or move the exam tag to be displayed in the "Image Confirm" screen.

User Tool Exam Tag


screen screen

Exam Tag List


Exam Tags that are originally registered in the CS-2
are listed.
Exam Tags for the body part that is selected in the
"Rough Classification" button will be displayed.
The Exam Tag framed in yellow indicates that this
key is already registered for the rough classification.

The Exam Tag with the title in blue indicates that


this key is copied from other Exam Tag list.

Clicking any of the Exam Tag will turn its color to


green and that Exam Tag will be selected.

[Scroll] button (for Exam Tags)


Scrolls the list of Exam Tags.

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[Trash Box] button (for Exam Orders)


Deletes the Exam Tag selected in the Exam Tag list.
Exam Tags that can be deleted are only those
copied from others.

[Copy] icon
Copies the Exam Tag selected in the Exam Tag list.

[Rough Classification] button


Skull Button to select the body part for the
Exam Tags.
Chest
Clicking any of these button
Neck will display the Exam Tags set
for the selected body part.
Arm

Pelvis Abdomen

Others

Legs

Exam Tag Key List


List of Exam Tag Keys will be displayed.

Maximum 16 Exam Tag Keys (4 pages)


can be registered for each body part.

Tags in which the Exam parameters


are assigned have a title on the tag.

"Trash Box" button (for Exam Tag Keys)


Deletes selected the Exam Tag that is registered as
key.

"Scroll" button (for Exam Tag Keys)


Scrolls the Exam Tag list.

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"Exam Tag Key" button


Switches the Exam Tag Keys displayed in the "Exam
Tag" screen. Screen can be switched between the one
with Rough Classification + Exam Tag Key or with
Exam Tag Key list.
Rough Classification + Exam Tag Key

Exam Tag Key list

[CANCEL] button
Closes the "Exam Tag" screen without saving the
altered settings.
A message requesting a confirmation to exit without
saving the new settings will be displayed.
Selecting the [YES] button will return to the User
Tool screen.
Selecting the [NO] button will return to the "Exam
Tag" screen.

[OK] button
Closes the "Exam Tag" screen after saving the altered
settings.
A message requesting a confirmation to exit after
saving the new settings.
Touching the [YES] button will return to the User
Tool screen.
Touching the [NO] button will return to the "Exam
Tag" screen.

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Adding the Exam Tag Keys


Enables user to add to the Exam Tag key, a new Exam Tag selected from the Exam Tag
List

1 Using the [Rough Classification] button, select


the body part to which a new Exam Tag shall be
1 added.

2 Click the [Scroll] button (for Exam Tag Key), and


display the page where the new Exam Tag key
shall be added.

2
3 Click the [Scroll] button (for Exam Tag), and dis-
play the page from which the new Exam Tag
key shall be selected.

4 Click in the Exam Tag list, an Exam Tag that


shall be added, and drag (move the mouse with
the left button kept pressed) it to the Exam Tag key
where it shall be added.
4
Title of the Exam Tag that is dragged to the
Exam Tag key will be displayed.
Dragging the new Exam Tag to the Exam Tag
key that is already assigned will overwrite the
key.

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Moving the Exam Tag Key Position


How to move the Exam Tag key to the other position is described below.

Exam Tag key can be replaced within


the same Exam Tag key group. Click
the Exam Tag key that shall be
moved, and drag that key to the
destination.
The replaced Exam Tag will be
positioned in the button place just
above the green line.

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Deleting the Exam Tag Key


The Exam Tag keys can be deleted by the group of "Rough Classification", "Exam Tag
Group" or "Displayed Page".

1 Click the "Exam Tag Key", [Rough


Classification] button, Group Name or [Page
Select] button that shall be deleted, and drag it
to the [Trash Box] icon.
When the item dragged to the [Trash Box] icon,
the icon changes its color to red.
Releasing the finger from the mouse button will
1 display the message to confirm deletion.

2 Click the [YES] button.


Selected [Exam Tag] Key will be deleted.

The Exam Tag in the original list will not be deleted even when the [Exam Tag] key
is deleted.

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Copying the Exam Tag


In the Exam Tag list, a new Exam Tag can be edited by copying the existing Exam Tag.
Because the [Exam Tag] key of the CS-2 has a self-learning function, classifying the
Exam Tags in different groups depending on use will help produce the image suitable to
the examined body part.

Ex) Copy the "Leg/Foot General", and create "Leg/Foot General-1". Then change the
name of "Leg/Foot General-1" to "Tip of Foot". Using the "Leg/Foot General" for overall leg
examination and the "Tip of Foot" for tip of foot examination, the more they are used for
separate body part, the more the image processing condition suitable to that body part will
be automatically created with the self-learning function.

1 Drag the Exam Tag to be copied to the [Copy]


icon located at the bottom of the screen.
When the "Exam Tag" is dragged to the [Copy]
icon, [Copy] icon changes its color to orange.
Releasing your finger from the mouse button
will display the "Rotate/Flip" dialogue.

2 Click to select the "Rotate/Flip" icon for the


copied "Exam Tag".
A new "Exam Tag" with "the same name + No."
will be added just beneath the copy original.
(the title of the copied Exam Tag will be
displayed in blue)
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name
sary.

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Setting the Rotate/Flip of the Exam Tag


Sets the Rotate/Flip of the Exam Tag.

"Rotate/Flip" can be altered or newly set for the Exam Tags that are originally pro-
vided by KONICA MINOLTA or copied.

1 Double-click the Exam Tag for which you want


to set the "Rotate/Flip".
"Rotate/Flip" dialogue will be displayed.

2 Click to select the "Rotate/Flip" icon for the


copied "Exam Tag".
Sets the "Rotate/Flip" condition and returns to
the "Exam Tag" screen.

2
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"Exam Tag"
name
sary.

Altering the "Exam Tag" name


"Exam Tag" name can be altered.

"Exam Tag" name can be altered for the Exam Tags that are originally provided by
KONICA MINOLTA or copied.

1 Position the cursor over the "Exam Tag" whose


name shall be changed, and right-click.
The name of the "Exam Tag" is ready for
change.

1
2 Input the new name using the keyboard.

Name of the "Exam Tag", identical to the one already registered will be rejected.

3 Press the [Enter] key of the keyboard.


Name of the "Exam Tag" is now changed.

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Deleting the "Exam Tag"


"Exam Tag" that is copied and edited can be deleted.

Exam Tags originally provided by KONICA MINOLTA cannot be deleted. Only those
copied and edited can be deleted.

1 Click the "Exam Tag" that shall be deleted, and


drag it to the [Trash Box] icon.
When the item is dragged to the [Trash Box]
icon, the icon changes its color to red.
Releasing the finger from the mouse button will
display the message to confirm deletion.

2 Click the [YES] button.


Selected [Exam Tag] will be deleted.

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Deleting the "Exam Tag" that has been registered for the "Exam Tag" key will also
delete the already registered "Exam Tag" key.

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Precautions to be taken when creating the Exam Tag Keys


Precautions should be taken in some cases when creating or editing the Exam Tag keys.
Follow the instructions listed below when creating or editing the Exam Tag keys.

Exam Tag Keys for Image Stitching

The Exam Tag keys for the composite image are the special ones, do not use them
as the exam condition in the normal examination.

Exam Tag Keys for Servicing Work

Do not delete or edit the following Exam Tag keys for test/servicing work purposes.
- "S Value", "DR Phantom", "test1", "test2".

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Editing the Patient Info


Edits the Patient Info stored in the CS-2 database.

User Tool Patient Info


screen Screen

Patient Info List


Displays the list of Patient Info.
Touching the scroll bars located on the left
and bottom scroll the list.
Patient Info clicked and selected will
change its color to blue.

When there are more Patient Info's than a certain number, it may become impossi-
p.177 Filtering the
ble to display all Patient Info's in the list. If such happens, extract the Patient Info's Patient Info
to be displayed in the list using the filter function.

[Add] button p.173 Adding the


Adds a new Patient Info. Patient Info
"Patient Info Edit" dialogue will be displayed.

[Modify] button p.174 Modifying the


Modifies the selected Patient Info. Patient Info
"Patient Info Modify" dialogue will be displayed.

[Delete] button p.175 Deleting the


Deletes the selected Patient Info. Patient Info

[Filter] button p.177 Filtering the


Extracts the Patient Info's to be displayed in the list. Patient Info

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[CANCEL] button
Closes the "Patient Info List" screen without saving the
altered settings.
A message confirming to exit without saving the
settings will be displayed. Touching the [YES] will
return to the "User Tool" screen, while [NO] returns
to the "Patient Info List" screen.

[OK] button
Closes the "Patient Info List" screen after saving the
altered settings.
A message confirming to exit after saving the
settings will be displayed. Touching the [YES] will
return to the "User Tool" screen, while [NO] returns
to the "Patient Info List" screen.

Adding the Patient Info


How to add a new Patient Info is described below.

Inputting a new Patient Info in the "Exam Registration" screen and starting an exam-
ination can also add the Patient Info to the list.

1 Click the [Add] button.


"Patient Info Edit" dialogue will be displayed.

1
2 Input the new Patient Info using the keyboard. Initial of the [Sex] se-
lection.
M : Male
F : Female
O : Others

"O" should be selected


when sex selection is
3 Click the [OK] button. not necessary or uncer-
tain.
A new Patient Info will be added.
Returns to the "Patient Info" screen.

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Modifying the Patient Info


How to modify the Patient Info already registered is described below.

Modifying the Patient Info searched from the "Exam Registration" screen and start-
ing the examination will also modify the Patient Info.

Modification of the Patient Info stored in the Patient Info database will not be reflect-
ed upon the Patient Info of the Exam History.

1 Click in the "Patient Info List", the Patient Info


that shall be modified .
1 Selected Patient Info changes its color to blue.
Only one Patient Info
can be modified at a
time. When several
Patient Info's are se-
lected, [Modify] button
is disabled.

2 Click the [Modify] button.


"Patient Info Edit" dialogue will be displayed.

3 Modify the Patient Info using the keyboard.

4 Click the [OK] button.


Patient Info will be modified.
Returns to the "Patient Info List" screen.

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Deleting the Patient Info


How to delete the Patient Info is described below.

1 Click in the "Patient Info List", the Patient Info


that shall be deleted.
1 Selected Patient Info changes its color to blue.

There are two ways available as follows to delete several Patient Info's at a time.

Deleting the Patient Info listed in series.


1. Click the top (or end) line of the Patient
Info listed in series.
Selected Patient Info changes its color
to blue.
1
2. With the [Shift] key kept depressed,
click the last (or top) Patient Info.
All selected Patient Info's change
their color to blue.
Clicking the other end of the Patient
Info without the [Shift] key depressed
will release the selection.

Deleting several Patient Info's listed not in series.


1. Click the top (or end) line of the Patient 2
Info listed in series.
Selected Patient Info changes its color
to blue.

2. Click the next Patient Info that shall be


selected with the [Ctrl] key kept 1
depressed.
Selected Patient Info changes its color
to blue.

3. Repeat clicking the Patient Info that


shall be selected with the [Ctrl] key
kept depressed.
Clicking the other end of the Patient
Info without the [Shift] key depressed
will release the selection. 2

2 Click the [Delete] button.


A confirmation message will be displayed.

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3 Click the [YES] button.


Patient Info will be deleted.
Returns to the "Patient Info List" screen.

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Filtering the Patient Info


How to extract the Patient Info is described below.
This function is useful when extracting only the Patient Info's that shall be modified or
when all the Patient Info cannot be displayed because the Patient Info stored in the
database is too many.

1 Click the [Filter] button.


[Patient Info Edit] dialogue will be displayed.

2 Input the filter keys.

To display all Patient Info's, click the [OK] button without inputting any parameter.

3 Click the [OK] button.


Returns to the "Patient Info List" screen.
Patient Info's filtered by the input filter keys will
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Editing the Filtering Parameters


Enables to set the key titles to filter the Patient Info.

User Tool Filter Key


screen screen

[Hospital Department] Button


Used to select "Hospital Department" parameters.

[Location(Ward)] Button
Used to select "Location(Ward)" parameters.

[Exam. Room] Button


Used to select "Exam. Room" parameters.

Filter Key List


Filter conditions are listed in this screen.
Double-clicking to select the item will
display the "Edit" dialogue.

[Trash Box] button


Delete the Filter Keys selected in the Filter Key List.
Dragging the item to the trash box will delete the
key.

Scroll button
Scrolls the Filter Key List.

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[CANCEL] button
Closes the "Filter Key List" without saving the altered
settings.
A message confirming to exit without saving the
settings will be displayed. Touching the [YES] will
return to the "User Tool" screen, while [NO] returns
to the "Filter Condition List" screen.

[OK] button
Closes the "Filter Key List" after saving the altered
settings.
A message confirming to exit after saving the
settings will be displayed. Touching the [YES] will
return to the "User Tool" screen, while [NO] returns
to the "Filter Condition List" screen.

Adding Filter Keys


How to add new filter keys is described below.

1 Click the button on which the Filter Key is not


yet assigned.
1 "Filter Key" dialogue will be displayed.

2 Input the Key title to be added as a Filter Key


using the keyboard.

3 Click the [OK] button.


New Filter Key will be added.
Returns to the "Filter Key List" screen.

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Modifying the Filter Keys


How to modify the Filter Keys is described below.

1 Click the Filter Key that shall be modified.


1 "Filter Key' dialogue will be displayed.

2 Modify the text that is displayed for the Filter


Key.

3 Click the [OK] button.


The Filter Key will be modified.
Returns to the "Filter Key List" screen.

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Deleting the Filter Keys.


How to delete the Filter Keys is described below.

1 Drag the Filter Key to be deleted to the [Trash


Box] icon located at the bottom of the screen.
When the "Filter Key" is dragged to the [Trash
Box] icon, [Trash Box] icon changes its color
to red.
Releasing your finger from the mouse button
will delete the Filter Key.
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Backing Up the User Tool Settings


Enables user to back up various settings made by the User Tool in a floppy disk.

User Tool
Backup Screen
screen

[Backup Item] button


Four items, "System", "Screen", "Patient
Info" and "Filter Key" can be backed up.
Each of these are the item set by the User
Tool.
Clicking the button will change its color
to green and select it.

[Go] button
Starts backup sequence.
Selecting any of the backup item enables this button to
be selected.
"Browse for Folder" screen will be displayed.

[Back] button
Closes the "Backup" screen.
A message requesting a confirmation to exit the
screen. Selecting the [YES] button will return to the
"User Tool" screen. Selecting the [NO] will return to
the "Backup" screen.

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Backing up the User Tool settings


How to back up the settings made by User Tool is described below.
Several floppy disks

1 Insert a formatted floppy disk into the floppy disk


may be necessary.

drive of the CS-2.

When the data backed up for the last time remains in the floppy disk that will be in-
serted, it will be overwritten. Care should be taken.

2 Click the item to be backed up.


The selected item button changes its color to
2 green.

3 Click the [Go] button.


"Browse for Folder" screen will be displayed.

4 Select the folder in which the backup file should be


saved.

To save the data on a floppy disk, always select the floppy disk drive (Drive "A") in
the "Browse for Folder" screen.
It is also possible to export the data to the external PCs, however it is limited to the
PCs exhibited in "My Network".

5 Click the [OK] button.


A dialogue requesting a confirmation for the
data to be saved will be displayed.

6 Click the [YES] button.


Backup process starts.
A dialogue reporting "Backup Successful" will
be displayed upon completion of saving.
6

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If the data is too large and cannot be saved in a floppy disk, a message reporting
such will be displayed. Remove the floppy disk, and insert the next floppy disk. Take
notes of the order by which the data is saved in floppy disks.

7 Click the [YES] button.


Returns to the "Backup" screen.

File name of the backup data.


Backed up files will be saved in the floppy disk under following names.
System : SystemInf.lzh
Screen : ExpIpp.lzh
Patient Info : PtntDb.lzh
Filter Condition : SelectInput.lzh

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Restoring the User Tool settings


Restoration of the various settings backed up by the User Tool is described below.

User Tool
Restore Screen
screen

Backup Folder
Displays the directory of the folder that is
specified with the [Browse] button.

[Browse] button
Specify the folder in which the file to be
restored resides.
Upon specification of the folder, the
display in the "Backup Folder" changes.

[Restore Item] button


Four items, "System", "Screen", "Patient
Info" and "Filter Condition" can be restored.
Each of these are the item set by the User
Tool.
Clicking the button will change its color
to green and select it.

[Go] button
Starts backup sequence.
Selecting any of the backup item enables this button to
be selected.
"Browse for Folder" screen will be displayed.

[Back] button
Closes the "Backup" screen.
A message requesting a confirmation of exiting the
screen. Selecting the [YES] button will return to the
"User Tool" screen. Selecting the [NO] will return to
the "Restore" screen.

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Procedures for restoring the User Tool settings


How to restore the settings backed up by the User Too is described below.

1 Insert the floppy disk containing the backup files


into the floppy disk drive of the CS-2.
When more than one
floppy disks are re-
quired for backup, in-
sert the floppy disk in

2
2 Click the [Browse] button. the same order as it is
inserted for backup.
"Browse for Folder" button will be displayed.

3 Select the floppy disk drive, i.e. 3 1/2 Floppy(A:).


3

4 Click the [OK] button.


Closes the "Browse for Folder" screen, and
items that can be restored will be displayed in
the "Restore" screen.

4
5 Click the button for the item to be restored.
Selected button for the item changes its color
to green.

6 Click the [Go] button.


A message requesting a confirmation of
starting restoration.

When two or more floppy disks are required for backup files, insert second, third, ...
floppy disks following the displayed message to restore all files.

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7 Click the [YES] button.


Restoration starts.
A dialogue reporting "Restore Successful" will
be displayed upon completion of restoration.

8 Click the [YES] button.


Returns to the "Restore" screen.

8
9 Click the [Back] button.
A screen requesting a confirmation will be
displayed,

10 Click the [YES] button.


"User Tool" screen will be displayed.

10
11 Display the screen for each item that has been
restored, and check that the settings are correctly
restored.
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Operator Security
7 Using the operator security mode to entitle an
operator to start up the CS-2 or to change the
operator name will help avoid mishandling the
system as well as clarify the person
responsible for the operation.
Mode In this chapter, how to operate the operator
security mode is detailed.

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User Name & Access Right


When the operator security mode is in effect, all operation information of any operator (hereinafter referred to as
"user") can be stored in the CS-2 as an operation log unique to that user. These users can be classified into three
categories as follows.
Administrator
Super User
Technologist
To use the operator
security mode, it is
Operator Operation Log User Tool
Examiniation required for the user to
Management Management Operation
keep the user name
Administrator and password in mind.

Super User

Technologist

Administrator
This user holds the highest authority to access the system.
A system administrator of the CS-2 is entitled to this authority, and capable of doing any
operation.

Super User
This user holds the authority next to the "Administrator", and capable of editing the User
Tool except for "Operator Management" and "Operation Log Management".

Technologist
This user holds no authority to implement any setting on the CS-2, but "Study" only.

Log In
When the operator security mode is in effect, it is necessary to input the user name and password when starting up
the CS-2 and restoring from the screen saver.
p.22 Start Up

Log In at start up

1 Switch on the CS-2 Operation Unit stand-by but-


ton.
Prior to turning the
power of the CS-2 on,
check that all devices
2 Depress the power button located on the front (reader, printer, host
computer, etc.) are
panel of the CS-2 Control Unit.
correctly connected and
A CS-2 start up message and an OS (Operating their power is turned
System) start up message will be displayed in on.
order on the CS-2 Operation Unit.

After a short time, the CS-2 system start up screen


will be displayed. During display of this screen,
internal system initialization will be executed.

After completion of initialization, the Log In Screen


will be displayed.

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3 Input your user name and password, and touch


[Enter] key.
Input the user name and password using the touch
panel on the screen or hard keyboard.
When the user name and password are verified
correct, an initial screen will be displayed.
3 If the user name and/or password are wrong, a
message to prompt inputting correct data will be
displayed, and the screen cannot to be switched to
other one.

Log in from log in screen


A log in screen will be displayed when returning from the screen saver or changing the user
name. Input the user name and password of the one who initiates operation, then touch To return to the log in
[Enter] key. screen from screen
Input the user name and password using the touch panel on the screen or hard keyboard. saver, just touch the
When the user name and password are verified correct, an initial screen will be displayed. screen of CS-2
If the user name and/or password are wrong, a message to prompt inputting correct data Operation Unit or any
key on the hard
will be displayed, and the screen cannot to be switched to other one.
keyboard.

Log Off
While the operator security mode is in effect, implement log off when you are leaving the CS-2 or other user comes to
utilize your station or operate that CS-2.
There are two methods to implement log off.

Log off on system menu


When the system is set
so that it uses screen
1 Display the system menu from the initial screen. saver, in addition to two
methods described on
When the operator security mode is in effect, [Log the left, log off will be
Off] button is located on the system menu, and the automatically
buttons which can be accessed by user are implemented the by
configured differently. start up of screen
saver. In this case, a
log in screen will be
1 displayed when
returning from the

2 Touch [Log Off] button. screen saver, and input


of the user name and
password will be
A log in screen will be displayed.
requested.

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Log off using a hard keyboard


Pressing [Alt] + [Esc] keys at the same time will enable log off from any screen. A log off
screen will be displayed when log off is implemented.

In the case that the application is logged off in between start and completion of
study, and another user implements log in, a message requesting a confirmation
that the previous user has logged off before the study is completed appears.

Screen Saver
It is required to input the user name and password to cancel the screen saver.

1 Touch the screen or input from the keyboard to exit


the screen saver.

A log in screen will be displayed.

2 Input your user name and password, and touch


[Enter] key.
Input the user name and password using the touch
panel on the screen or hard keyboard.
When the user name and password are verified
correct, an initial screen will be displayed.
2 If the user name and/or password are wrong, a
message to prompt inputting correct data will be
displayed, and the screen cannot to be switched to
other one.

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User Tool
According to the user privilege with which the user logged in, functions of the User Tool will
be limited as follows.
When the login is made under the Technologist privilege.
[User Tool] button of the System menu will not be displayed.

When the login is made under the Super User Privilege


Allows to switch to the "User Tool" screen without inputting the password.
However [Operator] button(Operator Management) and [Log] button
(Operator Log Management) will not be displayed.

When the login is made under the Administrator Privilege


Allows to switch to the "User Tool" screen without inputting the password.
[Operator] button (Operator Management) and [Log] button (Operator Log p.192 Operator
Management) will be displayed in addition to those displayed under the Management

Super User privilege.


p.195 Operation
Log
Management

On the CS-2 to which the optional Statistic Analysis is licensed, [Statistics Analysis] p.219 Statistics
Analysis
and [NG Reason Edit] buttons will be additionally displayed on the "User Tool"
screen.

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Operator Management
Allows to control and manage the operators.

"Operator Management" screen will be displayed only when the login is made under
the Administrator privilege.

User Tool Operator


screen Management screen

Operator List
Displays the name list of registered opera-
tors.
Touch the button either for registering a new
operator or for editing or deleting the current-
ly registered operator.
The frame of the selected button will
change to green.

[Trash] icon
Deletes the selected operator name.

[Scroll] button
Scrolls the operator list page.

[Cancel] button
Cancels the operator name editing, and exits the
operator management screen.
Clicking thus button will display a confirmation
dialogue.

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Adding the Operator Names

1 Double-click the operator or blank box to be


edited or changed.

"Item Addition / Change" dialogue will be shown.

2 Input the operator name to be added or


changed, and click [OK] button.

A confirmation dialogue will be displayed if the


password is changed.

3 Click [YES] button.


The setting is saved and the "Operator
Management" screen closed.

Changing the Button Position

Click and drag the item to the new position.


When moving the item downward, it will replace the item
just above the green line which moves together with the
cursor.

When moving the item upward, it will replace the item just
below the green line which moves together with the cursor.

Frame changes to
green when clicked.

Boarder changes to green


when dragged.

Menu with green moved


here.

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Deleting the Operator Name

1 Click the operator button to be deleted and drag it


to the [TRASH] Icon.

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Operator Log Management


Allows to manage the operation logs.

"Operator Log" screen will be displayed only when the login is made under the
Administrator privilege.

User Tool Operator Log


screen Management screen

Operator Log List


Displays the operation log list of the operator.

[List Apply] button


Update the Log List display.

Even there are logs on the CS-2 when the screen is switched to the "Operator Log Management"
screen, these logs will not be displayed in the Log list. This Operator log will be displayed only
when the [List Apply] button is touched.

Log Size
Displays the file size of the Operator log.

[Export] button
Exports the Operator log.

[Trash] button
Deletes the selected operator log.

[Return] button
Closes the "Operator log Management" screen.
Return to the "User Tool" screen.

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Browsing and Exporting the Operator Log

Even there are logs on the CS-2 when the screen is switched to the "Operator Log Management"
screen, these logs will not be displayed in the Log list. This Operator log will be displayed only
when the [List Apply] button is touched.

1 Click the [List Apply] button.

The list will be updated, and the operator log will


be displayed.
1 When the operator log overflows the screen, a scroll
bar will appear on the right of the list. Scroll the
page to display desired pages using the scroll bar.

2 Click the [Export] button.


"Browse for Folder" screen will be displayed.

3 Select the folder in which the export file should


be saved.

To save the data on a floppy disk, always select the floppy disk drive (Drive "A") in
the "Browse for Folder" screen.
It is also possible to export the data to the external PCs, however it is limited to the
PCs exhibited in "My Network".

4 Click the [OK] button.


A dialogue requesting a confirmation for the
data to be saved will be displayed.

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5 Click the [YES] button.


Export process starts.
A dialogue reporting "Export Successful" will
be displayed upon completion of exporting.

If the data is too large and cannot be saved in a floppy disk, a message reporting such
will be displayed. Remove the floppy disk, and insert the next floppy disk. Take
notes of the order by which the data is saved in floppy disks.

6 Click the [YES] button.


Returns to the "Statistics Analysis" screen.

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Chap.

Troubleshooting
8 Remedies for typical troubles and error messages
displayed on the CS-2 are described in this
chapter.

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Ch.8 Troubleshooting

Trouble with JM
When a backup JM is available, switching the standard JM to the backup JM when an error occurs on the standard JM
will help minimize the downtime of the system. Switching the JM to the other can be managed by one of the CS-2s. In
this case, it is not necessary to restart the CS-2, but it is necessary to restart the REGIUS MODEL 170/190.
Following is the procedure how to switch from the standard JM on which an error has occurred to the backup JM. An
error occurred on the CS-2 disables the REGIUS MODEL 170/190. from performing an examination. Therefore,
switching to the other JM is essential when such trouble happens..

Switch over between standard and backup JMs should be implemented only under the
condition where all REGIUS 170/190s and consoles connected to the system have been
turned on.

1 The message on the left will be displayed when


an error occurs on the JM. Touch the [YES] but-
When trouble occurs on
ton to close the message window.
the JM, switch the stan-
dard JM to the backup
1 2 Display the "System Device Status" screen. JM following the proce-
"System Device Status" screen can be dures on the left, and
displayed by touching the [System Status] report to your technical
button in the "System Menu" screen or representative without
[KONICA MINOLTA] button in the "Image delay.
Confirm" screen.

3 Touch the [JM] button.


"JM Status" screen will be displayed.
3 [Backup] button is enabled only when an
error occurred on the standard JM.

4 Touch the [Backup] button.


A message that all cassette registration
implemented by now becomes invalid will be
displayed when attempting to switch to the
backup JM.
4

5 Touch the [YES] button.


All cassette registration stored in the system will
become invalid.
A message to confirm that all REGIUS MODEL
170/190s and CS-2s have been started up will be
5 displayed.
Touching the [NO] button will cancel the transition
to the backup JM, and return to the "System
Device Status" screen. In this case, because the
trouble on the JM still exists, examination by
REGIUS MODEL 170/190 is disabled.

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6 After confirming that all REGIUS MODEL


170/190s and CS-2s are started up, click the
[YES] button.
Returns to the CS-2 "System Device Status"
screen.
6
A message "Switching to backup JM" will be
displayed in the "JM Status" screen.
It may take approx. 1 min to complete
switching to the backup JM.
Messages reporting the switch over to the
backup JM was successful and prompting
restart of the REGIUS MODEL 170/190 will be
displayed.

7 Touch the [YES] button to restart all REGIUS


MODEL 170/190s.
Switch over to the backup JM will be
completed, and examination by the REGIUS
MODEL 170/190 is enabled.
7

When the switch over to the backup JM is completed, a following message will be
displayed on the other CS-2s connected to the same network.
Touching the [YES] to close the message window.
It may take approx. 1 min to switch over to the backup JM.
Examination by the REGIUS MODEL 170/190 is enabled

After switching the standard JM to the backup JM, report to your technical represen-
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Remedies when the CS-2 rejects inputs


When the CS-2 does not accept any input from the touch panel, keyboard or mouse, follow the procedures below to
remedy the problem.

1 Press the power button on the front of the CS-2


Control Unit and release it in a second.
The screen of the CS-2 Operation Unit changes and
the system is shut down.

If the screen does not change, keep pressing the power button till the power for the CS-
2 Control Unit is turned off.

2 Wait 10 sec with the power kept off. Then press


the power switch again to start the CS-2.
CS-2 starts up.
It may take longer than usual to complete the
start up because of internal check.

If the phenomena that the CS-2 often rejects inputs becomes eminent, contact your
technical representative.

Disabling the screen saver


When the screen saver is set to "ON"(Use) by the User Tool, screen saver will start
when a specific time elapses without operating the CS-2.
Touching any key of the keyboard or touch panel of the CS-2 Operation Unit will exit
the screen saver, and resume the screen that was displayed before the screen
saver started.

Restores the previous


screen displayed before
the screen saver started.

Touch the touch panel of


the CS-2 Operation Unit

Reaction to the problem when the CS-2 is started up with a floppy disk inserted in the drive.
Attempting to start up the CS-2 with a floppy disk inserted in the floppy disk drive
(A:) will display a message "Remove disk or other media. Press any key to restart".
Remove the floppy disk, and press any key to start the CS-2.

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Error List
Error messages displayed on the CS-2 and remedies to be practiced are described below.

Errors concerning the System

Error Message Remedies


Trouble with the hard disk occurred. Check that there are jobs reserved in the
Call FSE. reservation job list of the "Viewer/Server Status"
screen or "Outpatient DB/Outpatient Exam DB"
screen (on the right), and also check if the output
is set to OFF. If reserved jobs are located and the
output is set to OFF, turn the output ON and
check if the error is reset. If the error still remains
or no reserved job is located, contact your
technical representative.
Error occurred while reading the image. Restart the REGIUS MODEL 170/190 and CS-2.

Barcode XXXXXXXXXXXXXX for this cassette is illegal. Stop using the cassette with which the problem
Register other cassette. Resource error [X,X]. Restart the device. occurred, and contact your technical
representative.
Trouble with JM occurred. Switch to the backup JM if available, and contact
Call FSE. your technical representative.
When a backup JM is available, switch to the backup JM.

Errors concerning DICOM communication


Error Message Remedies
Communication setting is faulty[xxxx]. Call your technical Check the communication device.
Communication error [xxxx].Check the communication device. When the communication device is normal, call
Connection rejected [xxxx]. Check the status of communication device. your technical representative.

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Errors concerning REGIUS MODEL 170/190

Error Message Remedies

Failed to read ID[xxxx] Name[yyyy] [zzzz] Exam Time[YYYY:MM:DD] Follow the instruction in the REGIUS MODEL
Memory Error 170/190 Operation Manual.
Hardware Error
High Voltage ON Timeout
Laser ON Timeout
Mech Ready Timeout
Standby Timeout
Retransmission Count Overflow
CRC Error Count Overflow
Net Initialize Timeout
Net Ready Timeout
Put Shading Timeout
Status Check Timeout
Barcode Seek Timeout
Net Command Timeout
Transfer End Timeout
Retransmission Count Overflow
CRC Error Count Overflow
H sync timeout
Polygon Timeout
DMA Timeout
SCOM Timeout
Gain Overflow
Gain Underflow
Offset Overflow
Offset Underflow
QRV Overflow
QRV Underflow
Memory Error
Hardware Error
Job Error (Invalid Job)
Job Error (Invalid Mode)
Invalid Consoled
Job Error (delete)
Trans. Unit HP1 Sensor NG
Trans. Unit HP1 Sensor NG
Trans. Unit HP2 Sensor NG
Trans. Unit HP2 Sensor NG
Trans. Unit HP2 Sensor NG
Trans. Unit HP2 Sensor NG
Trans. Unit HP2 Sensor NG
Justification R/L Sensor NG(Reading)
Justification R/L Sensor NG(Absorption)
Justification R/L Sensor NG(Evacuation)
Justification R/L Sensor NG(Discharge)
Justification HP Sensor NG
Justification HP Sensor NG(Initializing)
Justification HP Sensor NG(Initializing)

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Errors concerning REGIUS MODEL 170/190

Error Message Remedies

Elevator Stand Sensor NG(Load) Follow the instruction in the REGIUS MODEL
Elevator Stand Sensor NG(Absorption) 170/190 Operation Manual.
Elevator Stand Sensor NG(Evacuation)
Elevator Stand Sensor NG(Discharge, before elevating)
Lock HP Sensor NG
Elevator Stand HP Sensor NG
Elevator Stand Sensor NG(Discharge, after elevating)
Insertion Slot Shutter Open Sensor NG
Insertion Slot Shutter Close Sensor NG
Discharge Slot Cover Close Sensor NG
Sub-scan HP Sensor NG
Back Plate Absorption Sensor NG
Back Plate Warp Sensor NG
V-SYNC Sensor NG
Back Plate Absorption Sensor NG
Back Plate Absorption Sensor NG
Back Plate Absorption Sensor NG
Back Plate Absorption Sensor NG
Back Plate Absorption Sensor NG
Back Plate Absorption Sensor NG
Insertion Sensor-M NG
Insertion M-Sensor-L NG
Delete Lamp Current Sensor-1 NG
Delete Lamp Current Sensor-2 NG
Front Door Open Sensor NG
Sub-Scan Motor NG
Transport Motor NG
Elevator Motor NG
Justification Motor NG
Insertion Slot Shutter Open/Close Timeout
Lock Timeout
Lock Initializing
Insertion Slot Shutter Initializing
Elevator Stand Initializing
Justification Initializing
Transport Initializing
Sub-Scan Initializing
Intake Ope-1 Start NG
Intake Ope-2 Start NG
Insertion Discharge Ope Start NG
Discharge Ope Start NG
Insertion Shutter Open NG
Insertion Shutter Close NG
Lock Start NG
Cassette Fall Sensor Time NG
Delete Lamp ON Command not reported
Delete Lamp OFF Command not reported
GetStatus Receive Timeout Initialize

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Errors concerning REGIUS MODEL 170/190

Error Message Remedies

GetStatus Receive Timeout Ready Follow the instruction in the REGIUS MODEL
GetStatus Receive Timeout Barcode Detected 170/190 Operation Manual.
GetStatus Receive Timeout High Voltage ON
GetStatus Receive Timeout Laser ON
GetStatus Receive Timeout Barcode Cancelled
GetStatus Receive Timeout Processing
GetStatus Receive Timeout Suspend
GetStatus Receive Timeout Front Door Open
GetStatus Receive Timeout Front Door Close
GetStatus Receive Timeout Error
GetStatus Receive Timeout Standby
GetStatus Receive Timeout Transport in Delete Mode
GetStatus Receive Timeout Power OFF after Ready
Registration OK Receive Timeout
GetStatus Receive Error Laser ON
GoBackward Receive Timeout
Laser ON without sending High Voltage (No.1)
Laser ON without sending High Voltage (No.12)
Illegal Command Received
Cassette Detected at Start up (Elevator Stand)
Cassette Detected at Start up (Justification)
Cassette Detected at Start up (Discharge Slot Open)
Cassette Detected at Start up (Back Plate Absorb)
Delete Lamp Dead(2 tubes)
SCB Comm Error
Cassette Warp Detected
Cassette Separation NG
Cassette Fall Detected
Front Door Open Detected
Default Shading Correction Coefficient Used
Default QRV Table Used
Default Shading Correction Coefficient/Default QRV Table Used
Polygon PLL Error Detected
Laser Error Detected
Barcode Detect Disabled
Detected Barcode Error
2 Cassette Inserted at a Time
Job Unregistered for Barcode Regist
2 Cassette Continuously Inserted
Cassette Reading in the Device Failed
Discharge Stacker Full
Discharge Slot Open
Delete Lamp Dead (1 tube)

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Errors concerning REGIUS MODEL 170/190

Error Message Remedies

[2009]COVER OPEN Close the cover


[2011]ELEC DOWN Follow the printer's operation manual.
[2012]ELEC SW ERROR
[2013]EMPTY 8X10 Load films following the instruction of the
[2014]EMPTY 8X10 CLR manual for the printer.
[2015]EMPTY 8X10 BLUE
[2017]EMPTY 8X10 DR CLR
[2018]EMPTY 8X10 DR BLUE
[2020]EMPTY 11X14
[2021]EMPTY 11X14 CLR
[2022]EMPTY 11X14 BLUE
[2024]EMPTY 11X14 DR CLR
[2025]EMPTY 11X14 DR BLUE
[2027]EMPTY 14X14
[2028]EMPTY 14X14 CLR
[2029]EMPTY 14X14 BLUE
[2031]EMPTY 14X14 DR CLR
[2032]EMPTY 14X14 DR BLUE
[2034]EMPTY 14X17
[2035]EMPTY 14X17 CLR
[2036]EMPTY 14X17 BLUE
[2038]EMPTY 14X17 DR CLR
[2039]EMPTY 14X17 DR BLUE
[2057]EXPOSURE FAILURE Follow the printer's operation manual.
[2058]FILM JAM Remove the jammed film follow the instruction
of the manual for the printer.
[2110]CHECK PRINTER Check the printer.
[2112]PRINTER DOWN Follow the printer's operation manual.
[2113]PRINTER INIT Printer in warm up process.
Wait till the warm up completes.

[2123]UNKNOWN Follow the printer's operation manual.

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Optional
9
Functions This chapter describes the operation of optional
functions available for the CS-2.

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Mammo Use is not approved in the United States of America.

Overview of the Optional Functions


Following functions are available as options for CS-2.
These optional functions are enabled by purchasing each option separately from the CS-2 main unit.
For the types of options incorporated in your CS-2, please contact the institutes administrator or your technical
representative.

Option Name Descriptions


CS-2 MWM/FTP/DETACH Option Gets the Patient Info and Exam Info from the Outpatient/Exam DB.
CS-2 MPPS/DETACH Option Sends the Exam Result to the Outpatient/Exam DB
CS-2 HQ Mammography Option Reads the mammogram at the 43.75m resolution.
CS-2 DICOM Output Additional #1 Outputs the image to two destinations (Output to either to Viewer or Printer is
the choice in basic license)
CS-2 DICOM Output Additional #2 Outputs the image to three destinations (CS-2 DICOM Output Additional #1 is
necessary to be installed)
CS-2 DICOM Output Package Outputs the image to three destinations (CS-2 DICOM Output Additional #1 is
not necessary to be installed)
CS-2 Stitching Option Stitches the images scanned on the REGIUS 170/190.
CS-2 Image Sharing Option Browses the Exam History of the other CS-2s.
CS-2 Data Analysis Option Registers and outputs the Exam-related data controlled by the CS-2.

Image Stitching Process


Procedures to stitch the images and to create a composite image are described below.

Image Stitching Process


CS-2 can incorporate an option, Composite Image function. This option functions
by automatically recognizing the long body part and stitching each body part to cre-
ate a composite image. However, please note that recognition of the body part may
not be performed properly depending on the condition for exposure, etc., resulting in
incorrect stitching of the body parts. Therefore, care should always be taken to
ensure the stitching borders are correct.
If the borders are improper, adjust the image position so that the border comes to
correct position using the Composite Image Adjustment screen.
It is recommended to expose a scale and body parts at a time in order to facilitate
check of the border of the stitching part later.

Implementing the stitching process will abort examination conditions (image pro-
cessing, print format, overlay) that have been set before the stitching process.
Examination conditions for the composite image will be applied to the images once
treated in stitching process.

Stitching process cannot be applied to the images on the Consoles referred to from outside.

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Composite Image Select Screen


Images to be stitched can be selected from the exposed exam order using this screen.

[Stitch] button appears only


when the examination is
made using the
Exam Check Composite Image
Screen Select Screen examination tag key for
long body parts.

Order List
Orders before stitching and after stitching are listed in the
form of buttons.
Touching the order button will select itself and change its
frame to green.
One order will be added to the list for the image that has
been composited by stitching.
Maximum 9 orders will be displayed in the list. For more
than 10 orders, scroll the list using the scroll button.

[Scroll] (Flip Page) Button


Scrolls the list by one order.

[Scroll] (Top or End Page) Button


Scrolls the list by 9 orders.

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[Add/Reset] Button
While the order is being selected, touch the [Add]
button (blue, right arrow) to register the selected order
(green frame) for composite image (stitching). Touch
the [Reset] button (purple, left arrow) to cancel the
registration of the selected order (green frame) from
registration for composite image (stitching).

When the order in the order list, created by stitching is being selected, [Add] button
(blue, right arrow) will not appear.

Composite Image Display


Images registered for composite image will be
displayed.

[Exit] Button
Returns to the Exam Check screen after terminating
the stitching process.

[Rebuild] Button p.213 Composite


Image
Readjusts the joint border of the images already Adjust
stitched. This button is available only when the screen
composite order is being selected in the order list.
Composite Image Adjust screen will be displayed.

In the case where the screen is switched from the Exam Check screen to
the Composite Image Select screen, and joint borders of the composite
image that has been output are corrected using the [Rebuild] button, resulted
composite image will not be registered in the output queue even returning to
the Exam Check screen after completing modification. This happens
because the image is recognized as already printed. To output such order,
first exit or suspend the examination, then perform output using the Image
Reference screen invoked from the Exam History screen.

[Build] Button p.213 Composite


Image
Adjust the joint border of the images registered and Adjust
displayed in the composite image display. This button screen
is available only when multiple images are registered
for the display of composite image.
Composite Image Adjust screen will be displayed.

Stitching process is not completed only by registering the multiple orders for
the display of composite image. It will be stitched and become effective when
the [Build] button is touched and the Composite Image Adjust screen is
displayed.

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Composite Image Adjust Screen


Adjusts the position of joint borders of the images selected in the Composite Image
Select screen.

Composite Image Composite Image


Select screen Adjust Screen

Enlarged Stitched Image


Enlarges and displays the image area
selected (framed in blue) in the Whole
Stitched Images screen. Magnification may
be set using the zoom slider.

Whole Stitched Images


Select in the Whole Stitched Images the area that
shall be enlarged and displayed. The area enlarged is
indicated with the blue frame. The size of the blue
frame changes by the setting of zoom slider.

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[Rotate] Button
Touching this button will rotate the image. Lower image
in the Whole Stitched Images will be rotated. There is
a limit for rotation, and rotation along the arrow
direction beyond this limit is not possible.

Relation between the [Rotate] Button and Rotation Direction


Touching each button will rotate the image as follows;

: Rotates counterclockwise with the center positioned at the upper right corner of the lower image.

: Rotates clockwise with the center positioned at the upper right corner of the lower image.

: Rotates counterclockwise with the center positioned at the upper left corner of the lower image.

: Rotates clockwise with the center positioned at the upper left corner of the lower image.

Upper left corner of Upper right corner of


the lower image the lower image

[Move Button] ( )
Moves the image up/down or right/left.
Lower image in the Whole Stitched Images moves.
There is a limit (40mm) for move, and move along the
arrow direction beyond this limit is not possible.

[Reset] Button
Resets the image positioning, and restores the original
image position as the automatic stitching is completed.

[Order] Button
Changes overlapping order of the images.
Selecting the Normal simulates the overlapping of the
plates set in the long body part cassette. Selecting the
Reverse allows overlapping of the images in the
opposite way as the plates are overlapped.

Relation between the Plate Positions overlapped in the Long Body Part Cassette
and the [Order] button.

[Order] Button Setting 3 plates 2 plates

Mid Upper
Normal Upper
Image
Image Lower
Image
Image Lower
Image

Upper Lower Lower


Reverse Image Mid
Image
Image Upper
Image
Image

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[Scale] Button
Select whether to attach a scale to the long body part
image or not .

Zoom Slider
Changes the magnification of composite image by
dragging the slider to the right and left.
Dragging to the left decreases the zoom rate (smaller).
Dragging to the right increases the zoom rate (larger).

[CANCEL] Button
Cancels the composite image adjustment.
Returns to the Composite Image Select screen.

[OK] Button
Saves the setting made by composite image
adjustment and exits the screen.
Returns to the Composite Image Select screen.

Long Body Parts Output ON/OFF Screen


In the case where the long body part is divided into segments and printed, selects whether
or not to print each segmental image.

Exam Check Long Body Part


Screen Output ON/OFF

Output ON/OFF Button


Sets whether to output the image or not with this button.

[OK] Button
Output the image according to the setting made by
Output ON/OFF button.

[CANCEL] Button
Cancels the image output.
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Tiling at Plate Border and Tiling by Film Size


In the case where the long body part is output in the same size, there are two
ways to output, one is Tiling at Border and the other is Tiling by Film Size.

Tiling at Border : Divides the image at the borders of the plates. In this way of
output, stitch borders tend to be less represented in comparison
to Tiling by Film Size.
(With this process, the image is always positioned in the center)

Tiling by Film Size : Divides the image to fit to the output film size. In this way of
output, film sheets to be output may be less than the sheets for
Tiling at Border.

On the CS-2 that is set to Tiling at Border, [Trim Adjust] button becomes invalid
when the divided image is smaller than the film size. [Trim Adjust] button becomes
valid when the divided image is larger than the film size.

On the CS-2 that is set to Tiling at Border, a message Unable to tile due to
insufficient film size. Switches to Tiling by Film Size will be displayed when
the longer side of the film (h2 in the diagram) is shorter than the distance
between the borders (h1 in the diagram), and the output is made by using
Tiling by Film Size.
Composit Image Film for Print

h2
h1

h1

h1

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Stitching the Images


Procedures to stitch the long body part images are described below.

1 Insert and read all cassettes for long body parts on


the reader.

2 Touch the [Stitch] Button.


Composite Image Select screen will be displayed.

3 Touch the order name that should be allocated in


3 the top of the composite image.
Frame of the order changes to green.
4

4 Touch the []Button.


The image will be allocated in the top of the
composite image.

5 Touch the order name that should be allocated in


the middle of the composite image.
5 Frame of the order changes to green.
6

6 Touch the []Button.


The image will be allocated in the middle of the
composite image.

7 Touch the order name that should be allocated in


the bottom of the composite image.
Frame of the order changes to green.
7 8
For the composite image

8 Touch the []Button. comprised of two images


only, step 7 & 8 are not
necessary.
The image will be allocated in the bottom of the
composite image.

Stitching process is not completed only by registering the multiple orders for the
display of composite image. It will be stitched and become effective when the
[Build] button is touched and the Composite Image Adjust screen is displayed.

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9 Touch the [Build] Button.


Composite Image Adjust screen will be displayed
after a message Stitching images... Please wait for
a moment is displayed.

10 Adjust the borders of the images.

11 Touch the [OK] Button.


Composite image will be displayed after a message
Save stitched image... Please wait a moment is
displayed.

11 12 Repeat step 3~11 when there are more


images to be stitched.

Selecting the order for the image that has been stitched enables the [Rebuild] but-
ton. Touching the [Rebuild] button displays the Composite Image Adjust screen,
enabling readjustment of the stitch borders of the images.

13 Touch the [Exit] Button.


Returns to the Exam Check screen.

14 Touch the [OK] button after confirming the order for


the stitched image that has been newly added.
13 Composite image will be output.

Detailed data (image processing, print format, overlay) set to each image becomes
invalid. Set the detailed data again to the orders after they are stitched.

Please note the limitation for the stitched images (composite image).
Only Original, Flip, 180 Rotate or 180 Rotate+Flip is selectable.

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Statistics Analysis
This screen will be displayed by clicking the [Backup] button in the User Tool screen, followed by clicking the
[Statistics Analysis] button of the Statistics Analysis.
Statistics Analysis tool will be started up.

Statistics Analysis is an option to be separately pourchased. On the CS-2 that


does not incorporate this option, Reject Analysis items will not be displayed.

Because the database created for the Statistic Analysis tool is stored in both main
and sub JMs, the procedures should be carried out with both main and sub JMs
being active.

Statistics Analysis Screen

User Tool Statistics Analysis


Screen Screen

Statistic Menu
Select the statistic type that shall be displayed in the list.
[Reject/Repeat] : Indicates the ratio between the
rejected images and total exami-
nations.
[S-value] : Indicates the settings (S-value, G-
value) per body part and expo-
sure method at the examination.
[Console] : Indicates the examination count
per console.
[Plate] : Indicates the examination count
per plate.
[Reader] : Indicates the examination count
per reader.
Clicking the [List Apply] button after selection will display
the statistic data of the selected item in the list.
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Period
Select the period for which the statistic data shall be
displayed in the list. Selecting Not specify in the pull-
down menu for Year in the left column (column for
from) will select all through the past.
Clicking the [List Apply] button after selecting the Period will
display the statistic data for the selected period in the list.

[List Apply] Button


Updates the statistic data displayed in the list.
It may take several minutes to complete the update
depending on the data volume.

When S-value is select-


ed, maximum 200,000
items of statistic data will
be displayed.

Statistic Data List


Displays the selected statistic menu, statistic data of
the technologist.

[Export...] Button
Outputs the displayed statistic data in CSV file format.

The information exported by touching the [Export...] button is those listed in the
Statistic Data List. When the selection condition has been changed using a different
"Period" or "Technologist pull-down menu", it will not be reflected upon the export
result unless the Statistic Data List is updated using the [List Apply] button.

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Operating the Statistics Analysis Screen

Displaying the Statistic Data

1 Select the statistic data item you want to refer to


1 from the statistic menu.

2 Select the period for which you want to refer to


the data from the statistic menu.
2 Selecting Not specify in the pull-down menu for
Year in the left column will select all through the
past.

3 Click the [List Apply] button.


Displays the statistic data of the selected data type,
3 date, technologist in the list.

4 When the Reject/Repeat is selected for the


statistic data, clicking the statistic data column
will display the "Details of NG Image" screen.
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5 Click the [Exit] button to return to the "Statistics


Analysis" screen.
Reject count and Repeat count per Reject reason
can be checked.

Outputting the Statistic Data

p.00 Displaying
1 Display the statistic data that you want to output. the Statistic
Data

2 Click the [Export...] button.


"Browse for Folder" screen will be displayed.

3 Select the folder in which the export file should be


saved.

To save the data on a floppy disk, always select the floppy disk drive (Drive "A") in
the "Browse for Folder" screen.
It is also possible to export the data to the external PCs, however it is limited to the
PCs exhibited in "My Network".

4 Click the [OK] button.


A dialogue requesting a confirmation for the
data to be saved will be displayed.

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5 Click the [YES] button.


Export process starts.
A dialogue reporting "Export Successful" will
be displayed upon completion of exporting.

If the data is too large and cannot be saved in a floppy disk, a message reporting such
will be displayed. Remove the floppy disk, and insert the next floppy disk. Take
notes of the order by which the data is saved in floppy disks.

6 Click the [YES] button.


Returns to the "Statistics Analysis" screen.

The statistic data that is exported will be saved under the file name (statistic data type + Date
& Time) as follows. (Example below is the file that is saved at 9:27:47, 2005. 1. 25)
"Reject/Repeat" data : RejectInfo20050125092747.csv
"S-value" data : S-valueInfo20050125092747.csv
"Console" data : ConsoleInfo20050125092747.csv
"Plate" data : PlateInfo20050125092747.csv
"Reader" data : ReaderInfo20050125092747.csv

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Reject Reasons
Edit the reason for image abortion and whether the reexamination is done or not.

Reject Reasons Screen

User Tool NG Reason Edit


Screen Screen

Available : Tick to select the items that shall be displayed on the buttons in the
Reject Reason screen as reject reason . Maximum 10 items can be
registered.
Logging for NG reason : Input the character string that shall be displayed on the button in the
Reject Reason screen. The text strings input here as the reject rea-
son will be recorded in the log as the reject reason. Maximum 64 char-
acters can be input.

[CANCEL] button
Close the window without saving the settings.
A confirmation message will be displayed.

[SAVE & EXIT] button


Close the window after saving the settings input or changed.
A confirmation message will be displayed.

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Setting the Reject Reason

1 Tick the Available check boxes for the reject


reason that shall be displayed as button in the
Reject Reason screen.
Selected item will be registered as buttons
displayed in the Reject Reason screen.

1 2
3 2 Input the text string to be displayed as a button
in the Logging for NG Reason column next to
the Available check box.
The text string that shall be displayed as the button
in the Reject Reason screen will be registered.

3 Click the [Save & Exit] button.


A confirmation message for Save&Exit will be
displayed.

4 Click the [YES] button.


The eject reason that has been input will be saved
and the System Info screen closes.
Click the [NO] when the other items in the System
Info shall be set. The reject reason will be saved
while the System Info screen is kept displayed.
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Operation of
10
Optional Devices How to operate the optional devices is described
in this chapter.

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Single Bar Code Reader


The single bar code reader is used to read the bar code when registering a cassette with the REGIUS MODEL
170/190.
A description of audible (beep) tones and LED indications when scanning is set out below.

LED

Beeper
Reading
Window

Trigger

LED
Displays the single-bar code reader status.

Reading Window
The laser beam is output from this window.

Beeper
A tone is generated when the single-bar code reader power is switched on.

Trigger
When using a handheld bar code reader, pulling the trigger will initiate the laser beam
from the reading window.

Types and Meanings of Beep

Beep Sequence Meaning

3 high beeps (Pu, Po, Pi) When the power is turned on or reset.

1 high and short beep (Pi !) Barcode reading is successful.

Note : Beep does not sound when it is disabled.

4 low and long beeps Data transfer error.


(Pu.., Pu.., Pu.., Pu..) When the barcode to be registered already exists.
When failed to read the barcode.
(Check the barcode reading angle or position)

Types and Meanings of LCD

LED Meaning

Extinguished Ready for reading. Power OFF.

Illuminated (Green) Reading completed successfully.

Illuminated (Red) Data communication error. Scanner malfunction.

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Ergonomic Recommendations
Caution: In order to avoid or minimize the potential risk of ergonomic injury follow the rec-
ommendations below. Consult with your local Health & Safety Manager to ensure that you
are adhering to your companys safety programs to prevent employee injury.
Reduce or eliminate repetitive motion
Maintain a natural position
Reduce or eliminate excessive force
Keep objects that are used frequently within easy reach
Perform tasks at correct heights
Reduce or eliminate vibration
Reduce or eliminate direct pressure
Provide adjustable workstations
Provide adequate clearance
Provide a suitable working environment
Improve work procedures.

Regulatory Information
Radio Frequency Interference Requirements
This device has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device pursuant to Part 15 of the Federal Communications Commissions Rules and
Regulation. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interfer-
ence to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to
cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interfer-
ence at his own expense.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If
the equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can
be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to cor-
rect the interference by one or more of the following measures:
Re-orient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that which the receiver
is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

This device complies with FCC Part 15. Operation is subject to the following two condi-
tions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference and (2) this device must accept
any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

Radio Frequency Interference


Requirements - Canada
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.

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CE Marking and European Union Compliance


Products intended for sale within the European Union are marked with the CE
Mark which indicates compliance to applicable Directives and European
Normes (EN), as follows.

Amendments to these Directives or ENs are included:

Applicable Directives
Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 89/336/EEC
Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC

Applicable Standards
EN 55022:1998, Limits and Methods of Measurement of Radio Disturbance
Characteristics of Information Technology Equipment
EN 55024:1998; Information Technology equipment -Immunity characteristics - Limits
and methods of measurement
IEC 1000-4-2:1995; Electromagnetic compatibility(EMC); Part 4:Testing and measure-
ment techniques;Section 4.2:Electrostatic discharge immunity test
IEC 1000-4-3:1997; Electromagnetic Compatibility(EMC); Part 4:Testing and mea-
surement techniques;Section 3. Radiated, radio frequency, electromagnetic field
immunity test.
IEC 1000-4-4:1995; Electromagnetic compatibility(EMC); Part 4: Testing and mea-
surement techniques;Section 4:Testing electrical fast transient,/Burst immunity.
IEC1000-4-5:1995; Electromagnetic compatibility(EMC), Part 4: Testing and measure-
ment techniques;Section 5: Surge Immunity
IEC 1000-4-6:1996; Electromagnetic compatibility(EMC), Part 4:Testing and measure-
ment techniques;Section 6: Immunity to conducted disturbances, induced by radio fre-
quency fields.
IEC 1000-4-11:1994; Electromagnetic compatibility(EMC), Part 4: Testing and mea-
surement techniques;Section 11: Voltage Dips, Short Interruptions, and Voltage
Variations.
EN 60 950 + A1+A2+A3+A4+A11 - Safety of Information Technology Equipment
Including Electrical Business Equipment
EN 60 825-1 (EN 60 825) - Safety of Devices Containing Lasers

Laser Devices
Symbol products using lasers comply with US 21CFR1040.10, and IEC825-1:1993,
EN60825-1:1994+A11:1996. The laser classification is marked on one of the labels on the
product.
Caution: Use of controls, adjustments or performance of procedures other than those
specified herein may result in hazardous laser light exposure.
Class 2 laser scanners use a low power, visible light diode. As with any very bright light
source, such as the sun, the user should avoid staring directly into the light beam.
Momentary exposure to a Class 2 laser is not known to be harmful.

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In accordance with Clause 5, IEC 0825 and EN60825,


the following information is provided to the user:

ENGLISH HEBREW
CLASS 2 LASER LIGHT
DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM
CLASS 2 LASER PRODUCT

DANISH / DANSK
KLASSE 2 LASERLYF ITALIAN / ITALIANO
SE IKKE IND I STREN CLASSE 2 LUCE LASER
KLASSE 2 LASERPRODUKT NON FISSARE IL RAGGIOPRODOTTO
AL LASER DI CLASSE 2
DUTCH / NEDERLANDS
KLASSE 2 LASERLICHT NORWEGIAN / NORSK
NIET IN STRAAL STAREN KLASSE 2 LASERLYS IKKE STIRR INN I LYSSTRLEN
KLASSE-2 LASERPRODUKT LASERPRODUKT, KLASSE 2

FINNISH / SUOMI PORTUGUESE / PORTUGUS


LUOKKA 2 LASERVALO CLASSE 2 LUZ DE LASER NO FIXAR O RAIO LUMINOSO
L TUIJOTA SDETT PRODUTO LASER DA CLASSE 2
LUOKKA 2 LASERTUOTE
FRENCH / FRANAIS
SPANISH / ESPANOL CLASSE 2 LUMIERE LASER
CLASE 2 LUZ LASER NE PAS REGARDER LE RAYON FIXEMENT
NO MIRE FIJAMENTE EL HAZ PRODUIT LASER DE CLASSE 2
PRODUCTO LASER DE LA CLASE 2

GERMAN / DEUTCH
KLASSE 2 LASERSTRAHLEN
NICHT DIREKT IN DEN LASERSTRAHL SCHAUEN
LASERPRODUKT DER KLASSE 2

SWEDISH / SVENSKA
KLASS 2 LASERLJUS STIRRA INTE MOT STREN
LASERPRODUKT KLASS 2

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Using the Single Bar Code Reader


Usage of the optional single bar code reader is described below.
This barcode reader can be used for handheld application (holding the reader) or for
hands-free application (set on the stand).

The single bar code reader is a CDRH Class II laser device.


The following cautions must be observed during usage.
Do not look into the reading window on the front of the device as the laser may
cause damage to the eyes.
Do not direct the laser at the eyes of others as this may cause damage to the
eyes.

Usage as a Hand Held Unit

1 Remove the single barcode reader from its


stand.
Do not read the bar-
code label until CS-2
Trigger
has been started up.
Doing so may result in
Stand
operational error. In the
event of error, the CS-2
should be restarted.

2 Direct the reading window of the single barcode The barcode may be
reader to the barcode label on the cassette and
read either from the top
depress the trigger.
or the bottom of the
Depressing the trigger will produce laser output to cassette.
read the barcode.
XXXXXXXXXXXxxxxx

XXXXXXXXXXXxxxxx

Successful completion of reading will be indicated


by a short beep tone and illumination of a green
LED indicator.
There are cases where
Barcode the device may fail to
read the bar code if the
3 Release the trigger and return the barcode read- laser is directed to the
er to its stand.barcode at right bar code at right
angles. If the device
fails to read, try again
When the barcode is not exposed to the barcode reader for a certain time, the bar- with the barcode reader
code reader enters energy saving mode. (beam oscillation becomes smaller) tilted slightly at an
Bring the barcode closer to the area where the beam hits to start barcode reading angle.
again. It restores the normal operation.

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Usage as a Hands-free Unit


When the barcode reader is set into its stand, laser outputs continuously: thus barcode reading may
be carried out at any time without using the trigger.

1 Hold the barcode label on the cassette in front of


When the device is in
the stand, laser outputs
the reading window on the barcode reader.
continuously.
Since laser outputs continuously, the reading
process commences automatically.
XXXXXXXXXXXxxxxx

2 Hold the cassette so that the barcode label of


barcode the cassette is placed against the single bar-
code reader. The barcode may be
read from the top or the
Reading starts. bottom of the cassette.
Successful completion of reading will be indicated
by a short beep tone and illumination of a green
LED indicator.

When using the barcode reader with a hands-free mode, the laser outputs continuously.
Be sure to avoid that the laser is radiated into eyes directly.

When reading the barcode, ensure that the laser scanning line crosses all the bars and When the laser beam
spaces. hits the barcode sur-
face at right angle, it
may fail to read proper-
ly. If failed, slightly
incline the barcode
reader, and try to read
012345 012345
again.

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Multi barcode Reader


The Multi barcode reader is used to read the barcode when registering a cassette into the REGIUS MODEL 170/190.
A description of audible (beep) tones and LED indications when scanning is set out below.

LED

Reading Window

Beeper

LED
Displays the multi-barcode reader status.
In the normal operational status, the green LED illuminates. The red LED illuminates to indi-
cate that the barcode has been correctly read.

Reading Window
The laser beam is output from this window.

Beeper
A tone is generated when the multi-barcode reader power is switched on.

Types and Meanings of Beep

Beep Sequence Meaning

Starting up 1 beep When starting up


Beep will come from
the beeper.

Normal Usage 1 short high beep Completion of bar code reading.


Beep will come from high - low - high - low - The bar code is already registered.
the CS-2 operation unit. alternately. - Bar code read operation failure.
(Check the reading position.)

Types and Meanings of LCD

LED Meaning

Extinguished Power OFF.

Illuminated (Green) Reading for reading.(Laser output)

Illuminated (Red) Reading completed successfully.

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Notices

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class
B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed
to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may
cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guar-
antee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment
does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to
correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.


Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which
the receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for


compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.

This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference,
and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference
that may cause undesired operation.

Notice
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.

Remarque
Cet appareil numrique de la classe B est conforme la norme NMB-003 du
Canada.

Caution
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those
specified herein may result in hazardous laser light exposure. Under no circum-
stances should the customer attempt to service the laser scanner. Never
attempt to look at the laser beam, even if the scanner appears to be nonfunc-
tional. Never open the scanner in an attempt to look into the device. Doing so
could result in hazardous laser light exposure. The use of optical
instruments with the laser equipment will increase eye hazard.

Atencin
La modificacin de los procedimientos, o la utilizacin de controles o ajustes
distintos de los especificados aqu, pueden provocar una luz de lser peligrosa.
Bajo ninguna circunstancia el usuario deber realizar el mantenimiento del lser
del escner. Ni intentar mirar al haz del lser incluso cuando este no est oper-
ativo. Tampoco deber abrir el escner para examinar el aparato. El hacerlo
puede conllevar una exposicin peligrosa a la luz de lser.
El uso de instrumentos pticos con el equipo lser puede incrementar el riesgo
para la vista.

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Attention
L'emploi de commandes, rglages ou procds autres que ceux dcrits ici peut
entraner de graves irradiations. Le client ne doit en aucun cas essayer d'en-
tretenir lui-mme le scanner ou le laser. Ne regardez jamais directement le
rayon laser, mme si vous croyez que le scanner est inactif. N'ouvrez jamais le
scanner pour regarder dans l'appareil. Ce faisant, vous vous exposez une ray-
onnement laser q st hazardous. L'emploi d'appareils optiques avec cet
quipement laser augmente le risque d'endommagement de la vision.

Achtung
Die Verwendung anderer als der hier beschriebenen Steuerungen,
Einstellungen oder Verfahren kann eine gefhrliche Laserstrahlung hervorrufen.
Der Kunde sollte unter keinen Umstnden versuchen, den Laser-Scanner selbst
zu warten. Sehen Sie niemals in den Laserstrahl, selbst wenn Sie glauben, da
der Scanner nicht aktiv ist. ffnen Sie niemals den Scanner, um in das Gert
hineinzusehen. Wenn Sie dies tun, knnen Sie sich einer gefhrlichen
Laserstrahlung aussetzen. Der Einsatz optischer Gerte mit dieser
Laserausrstung erhht das Risiko einer Sehschdigung.

Attenzione
L'utilizzo di sistemi di controllo, di regolazioni o di procedimenti diversi da quelli
descritti nel presente Manuale pu provocare delle esposizioni a raggi laser ris-
chiose. Il cliente non deve assolutamente tentare di riparare egli stesso lo scan-
ner laser. Non guardate mai il raggio laser, anche se credete che lo
scanner non sia attivo. Non aprite mai lo scanner per guardare dentro
l'apparecchio. Facendolo potete esporVi ad una esposizione laser rischiosa.
L'uso di apparecchi ottici, equipaggiati con raggi laser, aumenta il rischio di
danni alla vista.

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Using the Multi barcode Reader


Usage of the optional multi barcode reader is described below.

The multi barcode reader is a CDRH Class II a laser device. The following
cautions must be observed during usage. Do not look into the reading win-
dow on the front of the device as the laser may cause damage to the
eyes.
Do not direct the laser at the eyes of others as this may cause damage to
the eyes.

1 Hold the barcode label on the cassette in front of


the reading window on the barcode reader.
x
XXXXXXXXXXXxxxx

barcode

The multi-barcode reader is capable of reading barcodes from all directions.Note


that the head may be tilted 30 degrees.

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Chap.
Care &
11
Maintenance This chapter details the procedure for care and
maintenance of the CS-2.

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Care & Maintenance


Inspections to be carried out periodically and the schedule for it are described below.

1) Checking the operation of the cooling fan.


Ensure that the cooling fan operates normally and does not generate any abnormal
noise.
Periodically clean the exhaust slot of the cooling fan with a vacuum cleaner.

2) Checking the time displayed by the built-in clock.


The built-in clock can be checked and adjusted through the user tool.
Periodically check the built-in clock, consulting with an User Tool administrator.

3) Cleaning the CS-2 Operation Unit (monitor).


Periodically clean the CS-2 Operation Unit (monitor), by following the cautions below.
Wipe the monitor with a soft cloth.
Do not use a cloth dampened with chemical or water.
Do not pour any water or liquid directly on the monitor.

4) Cleaning the barcode reader.


Periodically clean the reading window of the barcode reader, by following the cautions
below.
Do not use an abrasive for cleaning the reading window.
Remove a stain or dust with a moistened cloth.
Wipe the reading window with a tissue dampened with ammonia or water.
Do not pour any water or liquid directly on the reading window.
Do not remove the rubber scanner nose from the single barcode reader.

5) Cleaning the keyboard.


Ensure that the whole systems including the peripheral devices are turned OFF
(Power indicator is extinguished) to wipe the surface of the keyboard with a dry cloth.

6) Cleaning the mouse.


<Ball Type>
The mouse ball should move smoothly so that the mouse can work normally. Be sure
to use the mouse in a clean room in order to avoid dust from accumulating on the
mouse ball and periodically clean it by following the procedure below.

1 Ensure the power of the device is turned OFF


(power indicator is extinguished).

Mouse Ball 2 Reverse the mouse and turn the mouse ball
cover counterclockwise to take out the mouse
ball.

3 Wipe the mouse ball with a dry soft cloth to


remove dust or stain on it.
If the stain is stubborn, wipe it with a cloth
Mouse Ball Cover dampened with warm water or neutral detergent
thinned with water.

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4 Wipe the 3 small rollers in the mouse with a cot-


ton swab.
If the stain is stubborn, wipe it with a swab
dampened with alcohol.

Roller
5 Return the mouse ball in the mouse.
If the mouse ball or small roller is cleaned with a
dampened cloth or swab in the step 3 or 4, be
sure to dry the mouse ball sufficiently before
returning it in the mouse.

6 Return the mouse ball cover to its original posi-


tion and turn the cover clockwise to lock it.

<Optical Type>
To ensure the function of the optical-type mouse, the built-in optical sensor needs to
correctly sense the moving direction and distance. Use the mouse in the low-dust
environment to protect the dust from sticking on the sensor. Periodically clean the
mouse with a dry cloth.

Care & Maintenance Schedule

Following maintenance cycle is for reference only; it may differ


depending on the usage.

Maintenance by User

Frequency
Weekly Monthly Remarks
Maintenance Task
1) Checking the operation of

the cooling fan.

2) Checking the time displayed



by the build-in clock.

3) Cleaning the CS-2 operation



unit (monitor).

4) Cleaning the bar code reader. Option

5) Cleaning the keyboard.

6) Cleaning the mouse.

Other Maintenance by Qualified Personnel Only

Maintenance task Frequency Remarks


Replace the hard disk Once every five years or
every 20,000 operating hours

Backup the system Every six months

Above maintenance is the service included in Maintenance Contract.


Please contact your technical representative for the actual services.

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Specification

Specification
CS-2

Product name REGIUS Console CS-2

Code No. 0801

Image Processing Automatic gray-scale processing, frequency processing, equalization processing,


hybrid processing

Memory for Image 20 GB or more


Storage

I/O port Ethernet 10base-T/100baseTX/1000base-T (Standard X 1)

Image Output
Host Normal 1ch, Backup 1ch
Printer Normal 1ch, Backup 1ch

DICOM Support Storage(CR/DX, SCU), Basic Grayscale Print Management SCU, Modality Worklist
Management SCU, Modality Performed Procedure Step SCU

Operating Condition
15 ~ 30:/40 ~ 80RH% (no condensation)
Transportation/
Storage Condition 40 ~ 60:/5 ~ 100RH% (no condensation)

Accessories
Control Unit power cable, Operation unit power cable, Control Unit/Operation Unit
connecting cable (several), Keyboard, Mouse x 1, Operation manual
Options
barcode reader for cassette registration (single/multi), Software License for additional
output to CS-2 HOST. Software licence for connection with CS-2 electrical medical
record system.

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Option

Bar Code Reader (Single bar code reader)

Barcode Reader Unit

Product name BH2104 - K01

Interface USB Ver. 1.1

Light Source Visible Laser Diode 650nm

Laser Class Conforms to CDRH Class II

Readable Code Code128

Max. Readable Length 190 mm

Min. Readable Length 0.13 mm

Dead Zone Beam axis +/-6

Power Source 4.5 ~ 5.5 VDC (Voltage at connector)


Normal Operation : Max.350 mA (5.5VDC)

Consumption Current Ave. 130 mA


Idling : Max. 50 mA

Heat Generation Max. 1.75 W


Ave. 0.65 W

Resistance to Shock Normal reading is secured even after it is dropped from


1.5m height. (with cable)
(after 10 drops on the plastic floor at random angle)

Operating Temperature 0 ~ 50 :

Storage Temperature -40 : ~ 60 :

Humidity 5 % ~ 95 %RH (no condensation)

Dimensions 152 (H) x 63 (W) x 84 (D) mm

Weight 146 g (without cable)

Cable Length 72 mm (with connectors)

Desk Stand

Dimensions BS9019 - K01


Weight 250 (H) x 151 (W) x 170 (D) mm (without projected part)
Cable Length 193 g

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barcode Reader (Multi barcode reader)


Product name MS 7120 Orbit

Interface RS232C

Light Source Visible Laser Diode

Readable Code Code 128

Safety Standard IEC825-1

Max. Laser Output Power 1.0mW

Laser Wavelength 630nm ~ 680nm

Max. Readable Length 130mm

Resolution 0.13mm

Power Source 5.2 VDC

Current Consumption 220mA

Resistance to Shock Normal reading is secured even after it is dropped on the


concrete ground from 1.0m height.

Operating Temperature 0 ~ 40:

Storage Temperature 40 ~ 60:


Conditions
These specifications
Humidity 5 ~ 95%RH
are subject to change
Dimensions 80(W) x 105(D) x 150(H) mm without notice due to
continual
Weight 380g (without cable.) improvements.

For the optional devices other than those listed in the above, please refer to each
Operation Manual.

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Index
Terms used in the CS-2 Operation Manual are
defined in the following pages.

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Index

1 image to 2 frames ..................................................52 J


2 images to 2 frames ................................................52 JM ...........................................................................128

A M
Annotation.................................................................78 [Mag. Method] button ..............................................111
Auto-Registration ......................................................14 Masking ....................................................................46

[Masking] button .......................................................99


B
Multi Barcode Reader .............................................234
Barcode Reader........................................................14
Barcode Registration ................................................14 O
BS .............................................................................90 [Orientation] button .................................................111

C P
Complete ..................................................................27 Primary image...........................................................52
Condition keys ..........................................................15 Print Format ..............................................................52
Contrast Slide Bar.....................................................43 [Properties] button ..................................................102
CS-2 Controller Unit....................................................6
Q
CS-2 Operation Unit ...................................................6
[Quality] button........................................................113
D
R
DEL ...........................................................................90
[Rotate/Flip] button ...................................................99
Density Slide Bar ......................................................42

S
E
Single-Image Format ................................................13
Exam order display ...................................................97
Screen Menu Selection.............................................15
Exam Tag Key ..........................................................14
[Size] button ............................................................110
F Suspend....................................................................69
Four-Image Format ...................................................13 Single Barcode Reader...........................................228

[Screen Format] button ...........................................101


G
Secondary image ......................................................52
Guard ......................................................................139

U
I
Unexposed field ........................................................98
Image Confirm ..........................................................37

Initial Screens ...........................................................12


Input Panel................................................................24

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