The main difference between an analog X-ray machine and a digital X-ray machine is the imaging system. The analog X-ray machine uses traditional film imaging, while the digital X-ray machine uses a flat-panel detector for digital imaging.
At present, digital X-ray machines have gradually replaced analog X-ray machines and become the mainstream of the market. The process of using digital X-ray machines does not require film processing, and images can be seen directly on the computer after exposure, saving doctors and patients time for medical treatment. Moreover, digital imaging can edit the image through software to achieve the most suitable effect for the operator to view. If the detection result is required, you can connect the printer to print
Printed text reports or film.