Instead of VCR, have you given thought to using a DVD recorder? My lab
records to DVD and it's rather convenient (I consider having to print out
pictures more of a drawback). However, recording to the right grade of
media, an optical disk can provide greater long-term storage capabilities
than a VHS tape in terms of shelf life and space savings.
On Wed, 1 Aug 2007 08:11:41 -0400, Derek Butler <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>Thanks for your replies, it seems as if I agree that it is much more
>efficient to use video tape, however at my facility the doc's resist
>this idea. I have been using video tapes for the purpose in case anyone
>needs to see me actually Doppler through a stenosis, not to mention the
>fact that we work autonomously without a physician present. I have all
>the confidence in the world working by myself, but have kept the VCR for
>a safety blanket it seems.
>I would like to do away with the VCR since no one ever looks at them,
>however I feel somewhat safe that I recorded my methods, rather than a
>still shot from a dynamic study.
>Derek Butler RVT, RDMS, RDCS, RT(R)
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