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Hologic DEXA: Getting Started

Posted by Jordan Batterbee

Sep 19, 2014 9:16:00 AM

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Hologic DEXA Video TutorialsFor so many things in life, it pays to slow down a little and get started the right way: Begin your day with a good breakfast. Check your tire pressure before a road trip. Preheat your oven before you go throwin' that DiGiorno in there!

When it comes to DEXA scanners for bone density studies, there's no exception.

If you're new to DEXA, use the video library below to make sure you're kicking off your scanning sessions the recommended way. You can prevent failed QC tests, blown fuses, and even serious damage to your DEXA system's components.


Hologic DEXA Wall Voltage and Power-Up


Hologic DEXA Warm-Up Procedure


Hologic DEXA Boot-Up Procedure

 


If you're ready to learn more about caring for your DEXA unit, you might find these articles helpful:

Written by Jordan Batterbee

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Jordan Batterbee is the SEO Copywriter at Block Imaging. He loves to research, write, and help others get clear, concise, and (hopefully) fun answers to their medical imaging questions.

Topics: Imaging Equipment Service, DEXA, Medical Imaging Service Training

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