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How much tube-image receptor assembly motion is acceptable before a unit would be noncompliant with 900.12(b)(3)(ii)?

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The amount of acceptable motion is dependent on the circumstances in each facility and should be evaluated on an individual basis. The intent of this regulation is to assure patient safety during power interruptions. Facilities should evaluate their machines to determine if the amount of gantry motion during power interruptions is sufficient to allow their typical patient to fall, be twisted, or be pulled from the position that they were placed in by the technologist to such an extent that injury could occur. If such injury could reasonably occur, the regulation has not been met.

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