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Clinicaltrials.gov identifier NCT03935737
Recruitment Status Completed
First Posted May 2, 2019
Last update posted March 24, 2020
The purpose of this study is to compare X-ray images obtained using the GM85 digital radiography machine at the standard full dose to X-ray images obtained using the GM85 digital radiography machine along with the Samsung S-Vue system, which is a image post-processing engine that allows images to be obtained using a lower dose. The study also aims to determine the lowest dose of radiation that can be used to get a good, readable x-ray of the chest in pediatric patients using Samsung S-Vue system.
|: Full dose Chest X-Ray
Subjects will receive a full (standard) dose chest X-ray at Day 1.
Diagnostic Test: Full Dose Chest X-Ray
Full dose X ray at Day 1
|: Low dose Chest X-Ray
Subjects will receive a follow up X-ray at at a lower dose within 3 months after the first dose.
Diagnostic Test: Low Dose Chest X-Ray
Low dose X ray within 3 months from full dose
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- Standard weight/height outpatients who require two X-ray exams within 3 months in the
- BMI is >5% and < 85% for participants over the age of 2;for participants less than 2
weight for length will be measured
- Obese and underweight children as defined as BMI ,85% according the World
Health Organization growth chart for participants over 2 years of age; and for
participants less than 2 years of age,weight for length will be measured
United States, Texas
The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
The University of Texas Health Science Center, Houston
Principal Investigator: Susan D John, MD The University of Texas Health Science Center, Houston