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We video tape complete studies as well as print hardcopy of images for the
chart for follow-up comparisons.  Those of you that print only hard copy,
do you use x-ray film or paper prints?  It must take quite a bit of paper
if you are printing real-time images, color doppler and spectral doppler
from all vessels insonnated.  I know our paper is quite expensive and takes
up more room in our already overburdened file cabinets.  Also, I would
imagine it difficult to interpret a venous study without visualizing vessel
compressions.

Carol Miranda
Healthsouth Medical Center
Richmond, VA

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> From: Linda Sautter <[log in to unmask]>
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Videotaping
> Date: Tuesday, April 11, 2000 3:44 PM
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> How many of you are still videotaping in addition to printing hard copy
for the chart?

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