Instructional Videos

The DigitalDiagnost is a high-end direct digital radiography system with flat detector technology, which is based on modular components for all X-ray applications and workload requirements. The DigitalDiagnost is customizable to specific customer needs, depending on individual application requirements, room conditions, and budget flexibility. Your DigitalDiagnost can be scaled as a single, dual, or even triple detectors system, including full wireless DR or CR capabilities. Your DigitalDiagnost system is intended to support examinations on any kind of patient group. Such a system will be used for emergency patients, for in/outpatient clinics, pediatrics, and patients of all ages. View these tutorial videos below prior to using your system and access them at any time later for review. This material is not intended as a substitute for the Instructions for Use.

Basic System Introduction and Navigation

This system introduction course covers the startup and shutdown of your Eleva based system, how to navigate around the User Interface, and descriptions of functions located in the different areas to help you start an examination.

DigitalDiagnost R4 Start-up and Shutdown

Learn how to properly start-up and shutdown your system so that you can ensure long-term functionality.

Login and Logout of your Eleva Operator's Console

Learn how to successfully log in and log out of your Eleva Operator's console.

Navigating the Eleva User Interface (UI)

Observe how to navigate around the Eleva User Interface and identify what the different areas are for.

The Patient List Task Area

Observe how to locate the Patient List task area and identify what the different functions are.

The Examination Task Area

Observe how to locate the Examination task area and identify what the different functions are.

The Integrated Generator Control Area

Discover what each of the settings in the Integrated Generator Control area is used for, and how it might affect your image acquisition.

The Review Task Area

Observe how each of the different areas in the Review section functions and what they are used for.

The Basics of the System Task Area

Discover how to locate the System task area and identify what different functions are available to you as a basic user.

The Print Task Area

Discover how you can select print and film parameters, layout images on preformatted print templates, and manipulate them.

Workflow-based Training for the Eleva Operator's Console

The Eleva User Interface Workflow course describes different workflow scenarios from everyday basic x-ray examination workflow to reprinting and resending images among other things.

The Quick Examination

Watch this short tutorial on the Eleva workflow experience. Is it really just three steps to complete your examination?

AutoExport / AutoPrint - What's That All About?

Find out what you need to know in workflow when confirming images and completing an examination.

Worklist Selection

This tutorial describes this worklist selections, how they function, and the best way to utilize them for patients existing on the Eleva User Interface.

Rejecting Images During an Examination

Learn how you can give a reason and a comment when rejecting an image during the examination workflow.

Reprinting an Image

Review the steps necessary for printing images after the exam has been completed or how to reprint an image that has already been printed.

Adding an Image Acquisition to a Completed Exam

Add a new image acquisition, either an extra view or a repeat, to a previously completed examination.

How to Resend an Image to the Archive

Review the steps necessary for resending an image to your archive.

Add Patient Data Manually

Observe how to find the Manual Patient and Examination Data Entry section and watch a workflow based scenario.

Query and Retrieve

Observe the different Query and Retrieve operations available from the Eleva User Interface.

Generator Only Mode

Learn what Generator Only Mode means and how to use it

Eleva Operator's Console Post-Processing Tools

This Tools course covers the basics of all of the post-processing tools used for editing the acquired images on your system with the Eleva User Interface.

The Annotation Tool

Find out how to access the Annotation tool, and identify how to add Left and Right markers, labels, or annotations to your image.

The Rotation Tool

Discover how to use the Rotation tool to fix your orientation issues. Observe how to access the Rotation tool and identify how the different rotation tools can affect your image.

The Shutter Tool

Learn the importance of using the electronic shutters for image quality, where they are located, and how they are activated.

The Image Scaling (Zoom & Pan) Tool

Watch this short tutorial to learn how to easily find the buttons you need to zoom your image and pan around.

The Simple Ranger: What is it and how does it work?

Gain the background knowledge you need on how the Simple Ranger tool works and why you might use it.

Using the Move Tool Scenario 1

Discover what you need to know about using the Move tool when you are moving an image to a blank view within the same patient folder on the Eleva User Interface.

Using the Move Tool Scenario 2

Observe using the Move tool to move an image within the same patient folder to a view with an existing image on the Eleva Platform.

Using the Move Tool Scenario 3

Watch a demonstration of using the Move tool to move an image between different patient folders on the Eleva Platform.

Using the Move Tool Scenario 4

This tutorial illustrates using the Move tool to move an image from a completed exam to an incomplete exam within the same patient folder.

Using the Move Tool Scenario 5

Discover how to use the Move tool to move images between completed examination of two different patients.

Adding Patient Images to a CD/DVD

This video tutorial illustrates the steps required to burn an image or examination to a (CD-R or CD-RW) or (DVD) on the Eleva User Interface.

The Image Measurement and Calibration Tool

Learn how to access the Measurement tool and what steps are necessary to perform an image calibration.

How to Submit a Problem Report

This tutorial outlines what you need to know about creating a problem report in the Eleva User Interface using just one button.

Advanced Eleva User Interface and System Configuration Tools

The Advanced Eleva User Interface course is for SuperUsers only, and describes how to customize settings on the Eleva User Interface that will make specific workflow changes easier for your facility.

The Advanced System Task Area

Observe how to locate the System task area and identify what the different advanced user settings are that may assist you with improved workflow.

Adding New User Accounts

Review the steps necessary for adding new or editing existing user accounts in the system.

Configuring the Toolbar

Set the toolbar to your site’s requirements in both the Examination and Review sections of the Eleva User Interface.

Adding Pre-defined Annotations

Review the steps needed for customizing the annotations available to the users.

AutoExport and AutoPrint

Discover the difference between AutoPrint and AutoExport as well as how these settings are affected when an image is rejected.

Customizing Reject Reasons

Review the steps needed for customizing the reject reasons available to the users.

Interactive RIS Mapping

Learn how to link a RIS code to an existing examination permanently.

The Stitching Option

The Stitching course describes what stitching is, how it works, why you use it and how to navigate around the Stitching Tool. There are some tips and hints on stitching workflow as well as how to manually stitch images together. Knowing how stitching works, how to set up, and how to acquire good stitching images is half the battle when it comes to creating diagnostic stitching images. Use this course to gain the confidence you need when just starting out with orthopedic stitching.

What is Stitching?

The purpose of this tutorial is to describe the background information on what image stitching is and how it works.
What is Stitching? Video

Navigating the Stitching Tool

Observe what each of the different buttons located in the Stitching tool are used for, and how each of them might affect your image manipulation. Note: This tutorial will not cover stitching workflow.

Stitching Workflow

This tutorial describes the procedural steps for setting up a stitching examination with the patient standing.

Basic Workflow for Manual Stitching

Review the difference between minor and major corrections as well as the basic workflow for making these corrections.

Self-Learning Tool

The resources in this self-learning tool will help you get started or can be used as refresher training for using your DigitalDiagnost R4 system.

Quality Assurance Tool

Use this guide to assist you in understanding how to feed the Quality Assurance Tool with input data from clinical routine work. This guide helps you understand what the tool is able to show and how.

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These materials are here to guide and support the use of your DigitalDiagnost R4 system

Quality Assurance Tool QSG

The Quality Assurance Tool provides statistical analysis that is used for reporting, quality control, and improving workflow. This eLearning module walks you through how to use the Quality Assurance Tool.

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