CDR2000 Sensor Size 1

 €4.800,00  
CDR2000 Sensor Size 1
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CDR2000 Sensor Size 1


Basis info

Schick CDR is een bewezen aanvulling op uw praktijk die zichzelf snel zal terug verdienen.
Het zorgt voor scherpe, heldere beelden op uw computerscherm in real-time, waarvoor slechts een fractie van de straling nodig voor de traditionele röntgen films.
U zult in staat zijn om uw diagnose te verklaren en het probleem te laten zien, zonder de zijde van uw patiënt te verlaten.
Dit maakt het veel gemakkelijker voor uw patiënten om uw aanbevolen behandeling te accepteren en verbetert de relatie en de vertrouwensband die u met hen deelt.

Plus, u kunt afscheid nemen van dure films, giftige chemicaliën en tijdrovende verwerking.

De geavanceerde software en hardware is eenvoudig te gebruiken - slechts wijzen, klikken, en beginnen met de diagnose.
En aangezien Schick CDR software compatibel is met alle praktijken management software systemen, kunt u snel gebruik maken van alle voordelen van deze ongelofelijke sensortechnologie, eenvoudig en pijnloos.


Handleidingen

Please Note: Click here for our current CDR DICOM manuals.

The following documents support non-DICOM versions of CDR software; principally CDR 2.6, and are in Adobe Acrobat format (*.pdf). If you do not have Acrobat installed on your system, download the Reader from the Adobe Web Site.


CDR User Guide

Overview, usage, and detailed description of CDR Software features.

CDR User Guide (1979KB) (Updated)

Installing CDR Software

Covers installing CDR Software from CD-ROM and floppy disk media.

Installing CDR Software (98KB) (Updated)

Installing the CDR System

Covers installing the CDR USB Driver, Cable, Remote Module, Sensor, and Sensor Calibration File.

Installing the CDR System (1146KB) (Updated)

Installing CDR Mail

Covers using CDR Mail to send X-rays and video images via e-mail.

Using CDR Mail (712KB) (Updated)

Using New Features in CDR version 2.6

Explains how to use the new features found in this version of CDR software. Topics include: Revealer; enhanced upgrade for Remote Modules; automatic firmware upgrade; enhanced Diagnostic Utility; updated Copy In/Copy Out; and configuring archived exams.

New Features in CDR 2.6 (168KB) (Updated)


F.A.Q.

We have provided this Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) list to inform you of the most commonly requested facts regarding CDR. If your question is not listed, feel free to contact us and we would be happy to help.

  1. What does "CDR" stand for?
  2. Is CDR cost effective?
  3. It's been my experience that computer products often go down in price over time. Should i wait to buy CDR?
  4. Does CDR completely replace all my film needs?
  5. Will CDR work with my existing x-ray tube?
  6. Is the diagnostic quality of a digital radiography system as good as that of film?
  7. What are the minimum hardware requirements for CDR?
  8. What are the physical and active area sizes of the sensors?
  9. How can I use CDR with my practice management software?
  10. Which sensors should I purchase?
  11. How safe is my data with CDR?
  12. Will I have to change the way my practice handles radiography?
  13. How do I sterilize the CDR sensor?
  14. How do I train my staff to use CDR?

  1. What does "CDR" stand for?
    CDR Stands for "Computed Dental Radiography" and is a registered trademark of Schick Technologies, Inc.

  2. Is CDR cost effective?
    Yes. CDR will save time and reduce the consumable waste associated with film and processing. In most cases, our customers enjoy a significant and rapid financial return on their investment. These benefits are most fully realized when a practice goes completely digital and no longer needs a processor or darkroom.

  3. It's been my experience that computer products often go down in price over time. Should I wait to buy CDR?
    Digital radiography is not a consumer item like PCs or digital cameras. It is a sophisticated diagnostic imagery tool designed specifically for use in a professional dental environment. Development costs of improving existing and creating new technology are high, and in fact, prices of superior systems like CDR have actually climbed over the last five years.

    There are companies that sell relatively inexpensive systems. But as the old axiom goes, "you get what you pay for." If you consider digital radiography as an investment in the growth of your practice and carefully analyze the payback (ROI), you will find that you can afford the best.

  4. Does CDR completely replace all my film needs?
    Currently, Schick offers five different types of intraoral sensors, more than any other company. This variety will satisfy virtually every intraoral imaging need. In addition, we offer several Panoramic solutions, whether you want to add a new digital Panoramic machine or add a digital sensor to your existing one.

  5. Will CDR work with my existing X-ray tube?
    The CDR system will work with virtually any X-ray tube and requires no physical contact with your X-ray source. If your X-ray tubes are very old, you may find that you get even better images if you purchase a newer "digital ready" DC tube system.

  6. Is the diagnostic quality of a digital radiography system as good as that of film?
    Schick CDR produces superior image quality equal to film, meeting ADA Seal of Acceptance requirements. In addition, CDR has features like zoom, contrast, colorize, and more! - features that make diagnosis easier and more precise. CDR also brings you benefits you don't get from film: up to 90% lower radiation dosage, greater patient satisfaction, and patient education.

  7. What are the minimum hardware requirements for CDR?
    Please click here for a current list of system requirements.

  8. What are the physical and active area sizes of the sensors?
    Each item below lists the sensors in size order: Size 0, Size 1, and Size 2. All dimensions are in millimeters (mm).

    • Size of outer sensor: 31x22; 37x24; 43x30
    • Size of sensor active area: 24x18; 30x20; 36x25.6
    • Size of sensor thickness: less than 5

  9. How can I use CDR with my practice management software?
    Several software vendors provide integrated versions of their products which allow you to switch between practice management or charting tasks and CDR automatically, without having to re-enter patient information. For information regarding the use of Schick CDR with specific practice management programs, please contact Schick Technical Support or your local Patterson Technology Representative (PTR).

  10. Which sensors should I purchase?
    The size 2 bitewing sensor is the most commonly used sensor for general practitioners. The size 1 sensor is very beneficial for taking anterior radiographs and for endodontics. The pediatric sensor has been found to be optimal for taking radiographs of children and for special cases where access is severely limited.

  11. How safe is my data with CDR?
    The CDR software automatically saves your images as soon as they are accepted. In order to ensure the safety of your data in the event of a disk failure, it is important that you have a data backup system such as a tape and that you perform backups on a regular basis.

  12. Will I have to change the way my practice handles radiography?
    The CDR system uses the same radiological techniques that you currently use. The system allows you to take the same anatomical areas that you would with film. A set of Rinn XCP-style holders, as well as bite tab holders, are available to assist in positioning.

  13. How do I sterilize the CDR sensor?
    The sensors may be wiped with sterilizing disinfectant between uses, and disposable sheaths are used to ensure asepsis for each patient. The sensors cannot be autoclaved or heat sterilized.

  14. How do I train my staff to use CDR?
    All new Schick systems sold by Patterson should include in-office training on the order. This full day of training costs $1200 and takes place in your office at a time that is most convenient for you and your staff.

Instructie

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Reiniging

Cleaning and Disinfecting Sensors

Protective Measures

IMPORTANT! Be sure to disconnect the CDR Sensor from the CDR Remote Module and the USB cable before performing any cleaning procedures.

 The CDR Sensor should be thoroughly cleaned after each use. The following cleaning and disinfection recommendations are intended to accomplish intermediate-level disinfection and will prepare the product to be safely used and reused during its life.

 The CDR Remote Module is not intended to be moved or to come in contact with a patient during clinical use. If the Interface Module becomes soiled or comes into contact with a patient, it should be cleaned following the same protocol as the CDR Sensor.

 Sensor positioning accessories, such as aiming rings, arms, and holders, should be cleaned and disinfected following manufacturer’s instructions. If you are using the Rinn holder system, refer to their product documentation or their website for more information.

 Schick’s disposable tabs and holders are single–use only, as are the hygenic barriers (sheaths) that are used with them.

 Recommended Disinfectant

The following surface disinfectant has been found to be effective in achieving a desired level of disinfection and is available from Patterson Dental and other suppliers.

  • Cavi-Wipes (Metrex Research, Kerr) or equivalent

 Cleaning and Disinfecting

  • For CDR PlusWire sensors, the cable should remain attached to  the sensor.
  • For CDR Wireless sensors, the battery pack should be removed from the sensor and cleaned, following the same steps as the sensor. Exercise care when cleaning around the battery contacts to avoid damaging them.

In a clinical use environment, the health care provider should wear protective disposable gloves and cover the CDR Sensor with a hygienic barrier. Before using the CDR Sensor the first time, and before every new patient, the following protocol is recommended:

  1. Remove and discard all protective hygienic barriers and / or sheaths from the Sensor prior to removing disposable gloves.
  2. Place the Sensor on a tray covered by a disposable liner, or in a receptacle that can be thoroughly disinfected.
  3. Remove and discard gloves.
  4. Wash hands and put on a new pair of disposable gloves.
  5. Disconnect the Sensor from the Remote Module.
  6. If the Sensor or cable are visibly soiled (e.g., with blood or saliva), each should be cleaned with a soapy cloth or paper towel, and then dried with a clean lint-free cloth or paper towel.
  7. Thoroughly wipe the Sensor and cable (if applicable) with the disinfecting product recommended above. Do not expose the Sensor cable connectors to any amount of liquid.
  8. Repeat step 7. When the Sensor has been wiped two times, continue with the following steps.
  9. Remove potential chemical build-up from the Sensor by wiping it with a sterile lap sponge saturated with de-ionized water.
  10. Use a sterile dry lap sponge to dry the Sensor or cable, as needed.
  11. Place the Sensor in a clean environment, ready for next use.
  12. Reconnect the Sensor.
  13. Remove and discard gloves.

Downloads

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