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How to Delete Patient Data on an OEC 9900 C-Arm

Posted by Kacy Cooper

Dec 23, 2014 3:43:00 PM

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9900_Patient_Data_DeleteHIPAA compliance and limited onboard storage are part of the day-to-day reality of using a C-arm. Because of this, one question we get frequently is, "How do I delete the patient data from my C-arm?" We already went ahead and showed how to do this on an OEC 9800 but, to make sure that all you OEC 9900 users are up to speed, we figured we'd lay things out for your equipment as well. 

Look below for a pictorial guide to the three easy steps that will clear the patient data from your OEC 9900:


1. Press "Setup" button


2. Press "Security" softkey


3. Press "Delete All" softkey


That's it! Just three buttons to safely eliminate the possibility of a HIPAA violation or to simply free up some memory for another round of patient scans.

If you have other questions about using or maintaining your C-arm, our experts are happy to help. Contact us to learn more, or check out any of our free C-arm resources.

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Written by Kacy Cooper

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Topics: Selling Imaging Equipment, Imaging Equipment Service, C-Arm, Medical Imaging Service Training

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