HEALTHCARE

We Design the Rooms with Patient’s Comfort who are likely to be anxious or uncomfortable, or a combination of both, We allowing Patient to feel at ease during the scan by our Interiors and lighting experience.

CT Scan rooms are one of the most common X-Ray rooms for medical diagnosis and prognosis. Radiation is either electrically produced or a radionuclide such as Iodine-131 is injected for complete anatomy imaging. Typical energy levels range between 120kvp and 150kvp. Room dimensions are typically larger in size from 18’0″ x 20’0″ and up to 24’0″ x 32’0″. These rooms require shielded walls, a large x-ray glass control window at least 48″ wide x 36″ high for a clear view of patient and procedures. Shielding must be calculated by a physicist or radiation expert retained by the facility. Shielding is based on the specific imaging equipment utilized and typically will involve several different lead thicknesses depending upon primary beam and secondary scatter radiation fields, surrounding occupancy factors and other considerations.

Common Types of X-Ray or Radiation Rooms

  • C.T. Scanner Rooms / Computerized Tomography
  • Fluoroscopy Rooms
  • PET Scanner Rooms / Position Emission Tomography
  • Emergency Rooms (E.R), Special Procedures and Operating Rooms (O.R)
  • Chiropractic X-Ray Rooms
  • Dental X-Ray Rooms
  • Mammography Rooms
  • Angiography Rooms / Cardiac Catheterization Labs
  • MRI Rooms (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) or Radio Frequency Rooms
  • Ultrasound Rooms / Ultrasonagraphy
  • Gamma Knife Rooms
  • Linear Accelerator Rooms / Radiation Therapy
  • Proton Beam Rooms
  • NDT Rooms / Non-Destructive Testing
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