JP2004275479A - Medical image pickup system and method of administrating medical image - Google Patents

Medical image pickup system and method of administrating medical image Download PDF

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JP2004275479A
JP2004275479A JP2003071377A JP2003071377A JP2004275479A JP 2004275479 A JP2004275479 A JP 2004275479A JP 2003071377 A JP2003071377 A JP 2003071377A JP 2003071377 A JP2003071377 A JP 2003071377A JP 2004275479 A JP2004275479 A JP 2004275479A
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Naoto Moriyama
Takao Shiibashi
Mamoru Umeki
守 梅木
孝夫 椎橋
直人 盛山
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Konica Minolta Holdings Inc
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An object of the present invention is to easily and promptly identify a cause of occurrence of an abnormality when an abnormality occurs in a medical image and to solve the abnormality.
At the start of imaging, a patient ID of a patient performing imaging, a technician ID of a technician performing imaging, a cassette ID for recording a medical image, and an imaging device ID for recording a medical image are read and associated with imaging order information. Do. After the end, the control device 20 associates each identification information associated with the imaging order information with a medical image, a cassette ID, and a reading device ID, and stores them in the imaging history management file 261. Further, a technician ID, a cassette ID, an imaging device ID, and a reading device ID are added to the medical image as supplementary information, and are managed in association with the imaging order information.
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[0001]
TECHNICAL FIELD OF THE INVENTION
The present invention relates to a medical image capturing system and a medical image management method.
[0002]
[Prior art]
In the medical field, for example, a computer tomographic imaging apparatus (hereinafter, referred to as “CT (Computed Tomography)”), a computer radiographic image capturing apparatus (hereinafter, referred to as “CR (Computed Radiography)”), nuclear magnetic resonance imaging 2. Description of the Related Art A medical image capturing system including an apparatus (hereinafter, referred to as “MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging)”) is used. This medical image photographing system is a system that photographs a patient as a subject and acquires the photographed medical image as digital image data.
[0003]
Above all, a radiographic imaging apparatus uses a medical image conversion panel in which a stimulable phosphor layer is formed on a support, and the stimulable phosphor layer of the conversion panel absorbs radiation transmitted through a subject. Then, a radiation image corresponding to the radiation transmittance of each part of the subject is accumulated to form a latent image. Thereafter, by scanning this phosphor layer with stimulating excitation light such as infrared rays, the accumulated radiation energy is emitted as fluorescence and the fluorescence is photoelectrically converted to obtain a medical image signal. The medical image obtained in this manner is subjected to image processing and then output to a film or an output device such as a CRT for visualization, or stored in a filing device such as a server together with patient information and used for medical activities. Have been.
[0004]
A medical image capturing system using such a radiation image capturing apparatus is roughly divided into two system configurations. One is a conventional medical image photographing system in which a device for photographing and reading an image and a stimulable phosphor plate are installed in a photographing room or in the vicinity of the photographing room, and photographing is performed in the photographing room. In this system, an image can be read at the same time as shooting in a shooting room.
[0005]
The other is a mobile imaging device for rounds for patients who cannot take images in the radiography room, such as patients with fractures or cerebrovascular disease, or patients being managed in an intensive care unit, and a phosphor. This is a medical image photographing system that performs photographing at a roundabout using a portable cassette having a built-in plate (for example, see Patent Document 1). In this system, a cassette is inserted into a reading device dedicated to a cassette after photographing, and a photographed image is read.
[0006]
In such a medical image photographing system, as described above, a plurality of devices such as a photographing reading device installed in a photographing room, a movable photographing device, and a reading device dedicated to a cassette are used. Therefore, even when different photographing apparatuses and reading apparatuses are used, information necessary for image processing is added to photographed image data as supplementary information so that medical images can be provided with the same image quality (for example, Patent Document 2). Alternatively, a medical information control device capable of editing additional information to be added to image data in order to provide such a system with expandability is known (for example, see Patent Document 3).
[0007]
[Patent Document 1]
JP 2000-139888 A
[Patent Document 2]
JP-A-62-150474
[Patent Document 3]
JP-A-2002-133394
[0008]
[Problems to be solved by the invention]
By the way, in the conventional medical imaging system, since a plurality of devices are used as described above, when an abnormality occurs in a captured medical image, an abnormality occurs in any of a series of imaging processes. It was difficult to identify what was done. That is, in the conventional medical image photographing system, the supplementary information added to the image data is information added for the purpose of forming a high-quality image, and cannot be used to investigate the cause of the occurrence of the abnormality.
[0009]
In addition, the cause of the abnormality is not only a malfunction of the imaging device or the reading device, but also, for example, when using a medical image imaging system that performs imaging at a round-trip, the imaging environment of the round-trip, the cassette used, and the like. In some cases. Alternatively, an abnormality may be caused depending on the skill of a technician who performs photographing.
[0010]
An object of the present invention is to provide a medical image photographing system and a medical image management method that can easily and quickly identify the cause of an abnormality and quickly resolve the abnormality when an abnormality occurs in a medical image. .
[0011]
[Means for Solving the Problems]
In order to solve the above problems, the invention according to claim 1 is:
A control apparatus that manages imaging order information and medical images in association with each other, and a mobile terminal that obtains imaging order information from the control apparatus.
The mobile terminal,
Acquisition means for acquiring at least one of identification information of a cassette that has recorded a medical image, identification information of a technician who has performed imaging, and identification information of an imaging apparatus that has recorded a medical image on a cassette,
Storage means for storing the obtained identification information in association with the imaging order information,
Communication means for transmitting each of the stored identification information in association with the imaging order information,
The control device includes:
Communication means for receiving each identification information associated with the imaging order information,
A photographing history management file for storing the received identification information in association with the photographing order information,
It is characterized by having.
[0012]
Therefore, the identification information of the technician who performed the imaging, the identification information of the cassette that recorded the medical image, and the identification information of the imaging device that recorded the medical image are stored in association with the imaging order information. , Cassette, and photographing device can be quickly specified. In this way, when an abnormality occurs in a medical image, it is possible to identify, based on the imaging history management file, which of the technician, the cassette, and the imaging device involved in the imaging has the cause, and the abnormality is quickly generated. Can be eliminated.
[0013]
According to a second aspect of the present invention, in the medical image capturing system according to the first aspect,
A reading device for reading medical image and cassette identification information from the cassette on which the medical image is recorded,
The reading device,
Communication means for transmitting the medical image in association with the identification information of the cassette and the identification information of the reading device that has read the medical image,
In the control device,
The communication means receives a medical image in which the identification information of the cassette and the identification information of the reading device are associated,
The photographing history management file stores identification information of the reading device in association with each identification information including the identification information of the cassette,
The medical image processing apparatus further includes a management unit that manages the medical image and the imaging order information in association with each other based on the identification information of the cassette.
[0014]
Therefore, the technician, cassette, imaging device, and reading device involved in the imaging are stored and managed in the imaging history management file in association with the imaging order information, and the medical image is managed in association with the imaging order information. Can be. Thus, for example, when an abnormality occurs in a medical image, based on the imaging history management file, various factors such as a technician, a cassette, an imaging device, a reading device, etc. involved in the imaging are verified and the cause of the abnormality is checked. Can be searched for, and the cause of the occurrence of the abnormality can be surely eliminated.
[0015]
According to a third aspect of the present invention, in the medical image capturing system according to the second aspect,
The management means adds at least one of identification information of the cassette, identification information of a technician, identification information of an imaging device, and identification information of a reading device to the medical image as supplementary information.
[0016]
Therefore, the identification information of the cassette, the identification information of the technician, the identification information of the imaging device, and the identification information of the reading device can be added to the medical image as supplementary information, and can be managed in association with the imaging order information. And the corresponding relationship with each piece of identification information can be clarified, and loss of information can be prevented.
[0017]
According to a fourth aspect of the present invention, in the medical image capturing system according to any one of the first to third aspects,
The control device includes:
Display control means for displaying the medical image on a display unit,
Input control means for inputting error information indicating the presence or absence of an abnormality for the displayed medical image,
The imaging history management file stores error information in association with each piece of identification information corresponding to the medical image.
[0018]
Therefore, by storing the presence or absence of an abnormality for a medical image in which an abnormality has occurred, the cause of the abnormality can be statistically extracted based on the medical image in which the abnormality has occurred, and the medical image is easily and efficiently generated. The cause of the abnormality can be determined.
[0019]
The invention according to claim 5 is
A control device that manages imaging order information and medical images in association with each other, and a mobile terminal that obtains imaging order information from the control device, a medical image management method in a medical image imaging system including:
Acquiring at least one or more of the identification information of the cassette that has recorded the medical image, the identification information of the technician who performed the imaging, and the identification information of the imaging device that has recorded the medical image on the cassette,
Storing the obtained identification information in association with the imaging order information;
Transmitting each of the stored identification information in association with the imaging order information,
Receiving each identification information associated with the imaging order information;
Storing the received identification information in association with the imaging order information,
It is characterized by including.
[0020]
According to a sixth aspect of the present invention, in the medical image management method according to the fifth aspect,
Reading medical image and cassette identification information from the cassette on which the medical image is recorded;
Transmitting the medical image in association with the identification information of the cassette and the identification information of the reading device that has read the medical image,
Receiving a medical image in which the identification information of the cassette and the identification information of the reading device are associated;
Storing the identification information of the reading device in association with each identification information including the identification information of the cassette,
A step of managing the medical image and imaging order information in association with each other based on the identification information of the cassette;
It is characterized by including.
[0021]
According to a seventh aspect of the present invention, in the medical image management method according to the sixth aspect,
A step of adding at least one of identification information of the cassette, identification information of the technician, identification information of the imaging device, and identification information of the reading device as supplementary information in association with the medical image. .
[0022]
According to an eighth aspect of the present invention, in the medical image management method according to any one of the fifth to seventh aspects,
Displaying the medical image on a display unit;
A step of inputting error information indicating the presence or absence of an abnormality with respect to the displayed medical image,
Storing error information in association with each piece of identification information corresponding to the medical image;
It is characterized by including.
[0023]
BEST MODE FOR CARRYING OUT THE INVENTION
Hereinafter, embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the drawings. However, the scope of the invention is not limited to the illustrated example. In the following, as an example of an embodiment characteristic of the present invention, a description will be given of a medical image photographing system that performs photographing at a roundabout using a portable portable terminal and a movable photographing device. .
[0024]
First, the configuration of the present embodiment will be described.
FIG. 1 is a conceptual diagram showing a system configuration of a medical image photographing system 100 according to the present invention. As shown in FIG. 1, the medical image capturing system 1 includes a mobile terminal 10, a communication terminal 10-1, a control device 20, a medical image reading device 30, a portable capturing device 40, a cassette 50, an information management device 60, and the like. ing. The control device 20, the medical image reading device 30, and the information management device 60 are connected via a network N, and the portable terminal 10 and the control device 20 can be connected via the communication terminal 10-1. Has become.
[0025]
The portable terminal 10 is a portable information terminal device carried by a technician or the like operating the portable photographing device 40, and communicates with the control device 20 via a communication terminal 10-1 described later. Further, the mobile terminal 10 acquires and displays the imaging order information from the control device 20. When there is an imaging order of a plurality of patients, the mobile terminal 10 searches the imaging order information for the imaging order information corresponding to a desired patient ID. To display. Further, at the start of imaging, the portable terminal 10 identifies the technician (hereinafter, referred to as “technologist ID”), the identification information of the cassette 50 (hereinafter, referred to as “cassette ID”), and the identification information of the imaging device (hereinafter, “ (Hereinafter referred to as “imaging device ID”), and stores the information in association with the imaging order information.
[0026]
The communication terminal 10-1 is connected to the control device 20 via a cable or the like, and controls transmission and reception of data between the portable terminal 10 mounted on the communication terminal 10-1 and the control device 20. For example, the communication terminal 10-1 controls the transmission of the imaging order information from the control device 20 to the mobile terminal 10, and controls the transmission of the technician ID, the cassette ID, and the imaging device ID from the mobile terminal 10 to the control device 20. I do.
[0027]
The control device 20 receives the imaging order information from the information management device 60, manages the medical image based on the received imaging order information, and medical image based on the information received from the mobile terminal 10 and the medical image reading device 30. Is a device that manages the shooting history of the camera. For example, the control device 20 transmits the imaging order information received from the information management device 60 to the mobile terminal 10 via the communication terminal 10-1. After the photographing is completed, the control device 20 receives the technician ID, the cassette ID, and the photographing device ID associated with the photographing order information from the mobile terminal 10.
[0028]
Further, the control device 20 receives the medical image, the cassette ID associated with the medical image, and the identification information of the reading device (hereinafter, referred to as “reading device ID”) from the medical image reading device 30. Then, the control device 20 manages the medical image, the technician ID, the cassette ID, the imaging device ID, the reading device ID, and the like in association with each other based on the imaging order information. The control device 20 transmits the medical image, the technician ID, the cassette ID, the imaging device ID, and the reading device ID to the information management device 60 in association with the imaging order information.
[0029]
The medical image reading device 30 is a medical image reading device that reads a medical image recorded on the cassette 50. The medical image reading device 30 irradiates the stimulable phosphor sheet of the cassette 50 with excitation light, photoelectrically converts the stimulable light emitted from the sheet, and A / D converts the obtained image signal. , Obtain a medical image. Further, the medical image reading device 30 reads the cassette ID attached to the cassette 50, and transmits the medical image, the cassette ID, and the reading device ID of the own device to the control device 20 in association with each other.
[0030]
The portable photographing device 40 is a movable medical image photographing device, which photographs a patient at a round-trip, and records a medical image on a cassette 50 that is detachable from the device main body. The cassette 50 incorporates a stimulable phosphor sheet that accumulates a part of radiation energy, and is irradiated with radiation energy from a radiation source and passed through a subject arranged between the radiation source and the cassette. A part is accumulated in the stimulable phosphor sheet. Note that a bar code or the like for recording a cassette ID serving as identification information of the cassette 50 is attached to the surface of the cassette 50.
[0031]
The information management device 60 is a terminal that collectively manages the imaging order information designated by the doctor, and extracts the imaging order information in response to a request instruction from the control device 20, and extracts the imaging order information extracted by the control device 20. Submit information. As another information management device, a reception device (not shown) for receiving a reservation of imaging order information may be applied, and an information management system such as a HIS (Hospital Information System) or a RIS (Radiologic Information System) may be used. It may be applied.
[0032]
As the network N, various line forms such as a LAN (Local Area Network), a WAN (Wide Area Network), and the Internet can be applied. Note that wireless communication or infrared communication may be used if permitted within a medical institution such as a hospital. However, when transmitting and receiving imaging order information, important patient information is included. Is preferred.
[0033]
Next, each device which is a main component in the present invention will be described in detail. FIG. 2 is a block diagram illustrating a functional configuration of the mobile terminal 10. As shown in FIG. 2, the mobile terminal 10 includes a CPU 11, an operation unit 12, a display unit 13, an I / F 14 as a communication unit, a RAM 15, a storage unit 16 as a storage unit, a barcode reader 17 as an acquisition unit, and the like. The components are connected by a bus 18.
[0034]
A CPU (Central Processing Unit) 11 loads a specified program from the system programs and various application programs stored in the storage unit 16 into the RAM 15, and centrally controls each unit of the mobile terminal 10 according to the program.
[0035]
Specifically, the CPU 11 reads a shooting preparation processing program and a shooting start processing program from the storage device 16 and executes a shooting preparation processing (see FIG. 6B) and a shooting start processing (see FIG. 10) described later. The details of each process will be described later.
[0036]
The operation unit 12 includes a cursor key, numeric keys, various function keys, and the like, and outputs a pressing signal corresponding to a key pressed by the photographer to the CPU 11. Further, the operation unit 12 includes a jog dial key, and outputs an instruction signal for scrolling (moving) information displayed on the display unit 13 to the CPU 11 in response to the operation of the jog dial key. When the jog dial key is pressed, a press signal for the displayed information is output to the CPU 11. The operation unit 12 may include a pointing device such as a touch panel and other input devices as necessary.
[0037]
The display unit 13 is a display unit having a display such as an LCD (Liquid Crystal Display). The display unit 13 has radiographing order information based on a display instruction from the CPU 11, acquired patient ID, technician ID, cassette ID, and imaging device ID. And other various information are displayed.
[0038]
The I / F 14 is an interface for connecting the mobile terminal 10 and the communication terminal 10-1, and outputs a detection signal to the CPU 11 when the mobile terminal 10 is mounted on the communication terminal 10-1. Also, the I / F 14 adjusts the data transfer speed and converts the data format between the mobile terminal 10 and the control device 20 via the communication terminal 10-1, and exchanges data between the two. Mediate.
[0039]
For example, the I / F 14 receives the imaging order information from the control device 20, and after the imaging is completed, transmits the technician ID, the cassette ID, and the imaging device ID associated with the imaging order information to the control device 20. Note that the I / F 14 may be configured to connect a mobile phone terminal such as a PHS as necessary, establish wireless communication, and transmit and receive data.
[0040]
A RAM (Random Access Memory) 15 has a work memory area for storing the above-mentioned designated application program, input instructions, input data, processing results, and the like.
[0041]
The storage device 16 has a storage medium (not shown) in which programs and data are stored in advance, and the storage medium is processed by a system program, various application programs corresponding to the system program, and various processing programs. The stored data and the like are stored. The storage medium is formed of a magnetic or optical storage medium or a semiconductor memory, and is fixedly provided in the storage device 16 or is detachably mounted.
[0042]
Further, the storage device 16 stores an imaging order information file 161 for storing the imaging order information received from the control device 20. The photographing order information file 161 will be described with reference to FIG. FIG. 3 is a diagram illustrating a data configuration example of the imaging order information file 161. As shown in FIG. 3, the radiographing order information file 161 includes fields for storing radiographing ID, patient ID, name, gender, age, room, request department, radiographing site, number of radiographs, and a technician ID acquired at the start of radiography. , Cassette ID, and imaging device ID, and stores data corresponding to each item for each imaging order information.
[0043]
In the item of the shooting ID, an identification code (e.g., 20020101001, 20020101002, 20000201003,...) Uniquely assigned to specify the shooting is stored. The item of the patient ID stores an identification code (for example, 10000002, 1000005,...) Uniquely assigned to specify a patient to be imaged. Character information indicating the name of the patient to be imaged is stored in the name item, and character information indicating the gender of the patient to be imaged is stored in the gender item. In the item of age, the age of the patient to be imaged is stored by numerical information, and in the item of hospital room, text information indicating the room to be imaged is stored.
[0044]
In the item of the request department, character information indicating the request department that requested the imaging is stored, and in the item of the imaging part, information indicating the imaging part (for example, skull A → P, skull P → A, chest P → A) ,...) Are stored, and the number of medical images to be captured is stored in the item of the number of captured images by numerical information (for example, 3, 4, 5,...).
[0045]
In the item of the engineer ID, an identification code (for example, information read from a barcode attached to an ID card or the like possessed by the engineer) uniquely assigned to identify the engineer who performed the imaging is stored. . In the item of the cassette ID, an identification code (for example, information read from a bar code or the like attached to the cassette 50) uniquely assigned to specify the cassette that has taken the image is stored. In the item of the photographing device ID, an identification code (for example, information read from a bar code or the like attached to the portable photographing device 40) uniquely assigned to specify the portable photographing device 40 that has photographed is stored. Is done.
[0046]
Note that the data of the above-mentioned technician ID, cassette ID, and photographing device ID are not stored in the photographing order information file 161 before photographing, but are each data read by the barcode reader 17 at the start of photographing. It has a configuration.
[0047]
In addition, the imaging order information includes, as patient information, patient ID, name, gender, age, as well as, for example, the name of a doctor in charge, warning information for warning of infectious diseases, etc., presence / absence of drug allergy, presence / absence of pregnancy, additional medical history, wheelchair, Various patient information such as necessity of special care such as a hospital and a stretcher, a clinical diagnosis name, and confidentiality information may be stored. Further, in addition to the imaging region, the imaging device, and the number of images, various types of imaging information such as an imaging method (simple imaging, contrast imaging, etc.), a scheduled imaging date, and the like may be stored as the imaging information.
[0048]
The barcode reader 17 is an example of an acquisition unit for acquiring a technician ID, a cassette ID, an imaging device ID, and the like, and includes a scanner that is an optical reading device. The barcode reader 17 obtains information indicated by the barcode by reading the barcode with a scanner and decoding the barcode according to a predetermined standard. For example, the barcode reader 17 reads a barcode attached to an ID card or the like of a technician when capturing an image, acquires a technician ID, reads a barcode attached to a cassette 50 for recording a medical image, and acquires a cassette ID. I do.
[0049]
The barcode reader 17 reads a barcode attached to the patient's bedside or a part of the patient's body, acquires a patient ID, reads a barcode attached to the imaging device, and acquires an imaging device ID. . The predetermined standards are JAN code, UPC code, CODE39, CDE93, CODE128, NW-7, INDUSTRAL 2of5, ITF distribution code, and the like.
[0050]
FIG. 4 is a block diagram showing a functional configuration of the control device 20. As shown in FIG. 4, the control device 20 includes a CPU 21, an input unit 22, a display unit 23, a communication control unit 24, a RAM 25, a storage device 26, an I / F 27, and the like. ing.
[0051]
The CPU 21 reads out the system programs and various control programs stored in the storage device 26, expands them in the RAM 25, and centrally controls the operation of each unit according to the control programs. Further, the CPU 21 executes various processes according to the program developed in the RAM 25, temporarily stores the processing results in the RAM 25, and displays the processing results on the display unit 23.
[0052]
Specifically, the CPU 21 reads out a shooting preparation processing program and a post-shooting processing program from the storage device 26, and performs shooting preparation processing (see FIG. 5B) and post-shooting post-processing (see FIG. 7A) described later. ).
[0053]
The input unit 22 includes a keyboard having cursor keys, numeric input keys, various function keys, and the like, and outputs a press signal corresponding to a key pressed on the keyboard to the CPU 21. Note that the input unit 22 may include a pointing device such as a mouse and a touch panel, and other input devices as necessary.
[0054]
The display unit 23 is configured by an LCD, a CRT (Cathode Ray Tube), or the like, and displays an input instruction from the input unit 22 and data according to an instruction of a display signal input from the CPU 21.
[0055]
The communication control unit 24 is configured by a LAN adapter, a router, a TA (Terminal Adapter), or the like, and controls communication with each device connected to the network N via a dedicated line or a communication line such as an ISDN line. .
[0056]
The RAM 25 stores a storage area for temporarily storing system programs, control programs, input or output data, parameters, and the like, which can be executed by the CPU 21 and read out from the storage unit 26 in various processes executed and controlled by the CPU 11. Form.
[0057]
The storage device 26 is configured by a hard disk drive (HDD), a nonvolatile semiconductor memory, or the like, and stores a system program executed by the CPU 21, various processing programs corresponding to the system program, processing results, and the like. Further, it has a recording medium (not shown) in which programs and data are stored in advance, and this recording medium is constituted by a magnetic or optical recording medium or a semiconductor memory, and is fixed to the storage device 26 or It is mounted detachably. These various programs are stored in the form of readable program codes, and the CPU 21 sequentially executes operations according to the program codes.
[0058]
Further, the storage device 26 stores an imaging order information file (not shown) for storing the imaging order information received from the information management device 60 and an imaging history management file 261 for managing the imaging history of medical images. Stored. Since the imaging order information file has substantially the same configuration as the above-described imaging order information file 161 (see FIG. 3), illustration and detailed description are omitted. The shooting history management file 261 will be described with reference to FIG.
[0059]
FIG. 5 is a diagram illustrating a data configuration example of the shooting history management file 261. As shown in FIG. 5, the shooting history management file 261 includes items for storing a shooting ID, a shooting date and time, a technician ID, a cassette ID, a shooting device ID, a reading device ID, and an error flag.
[0060]
In the item of the photographing ID, an identification code (for example, 20000201001,...) For uniquely identifying the photographing order information stored in the above-described photographing order information file 161 is stored. Is associated with. Information indicating the date and time when the medical image was captured (for example, 2003/3/3,...) Is stored in the item of the imaging date and time.
[0061]
The item of the technician ID stores identification information (for example, sato1234,...) That uniquely identifies the technician who captured the medical image, and the item of the cassette ID uniquely identifies the cassette in which the medical image was stored. Are stored (for example, 04000108022016,...). In the item of the imaging device ID, identification information (for example, A101010,...) That uniquely identifies the imaging device that has captured the medical image or the portable imaging device 40 is stored.
[0062]
In the item of the reading device ID, identification information (for example, E1100101,...) That uniquely identifies the medical image reading device 40 that has read the medical image from the cassette 50 is stored, and in the item of the error flag, A check flag indicating whether an error has occurred is input.
[0063]
Note that the above-described imaging ID, imaging date and time, technician ID, cassette ID, and imaging device ID are information transmitted from the mobile terminal 10 in post-imaging processing, which will be described later, and the reading device ID is the medical image reading device 40. This is information transmitted from. Whether or not the error flag is checked is information input by the technician in the post-imaging processing. Note that the information stored in the shooting history management file 261 is not limited to the above example, and various other information can be stored as needed.
[0064]
The I / F 27 is an interface for connecting the control device 20 and the communication terminal 10-1. When the I / F 27 detects that the mobile terminal 10 is attached to the communication terminal 10-1, it makes a detection signal to the CPU 11. Also, the I / F 27 adjusts the data transfer speed and converts the data format between the control device 20 and the mobile terminal 10 via the communication terminal 10-1, and exchanges data between the two. Mediate. For example, the I / F 14 transmits the imaging order information to the mobile terminal 10 before the start of imaging, and receives a technician ID, a cassette ID, and an imaging device ID associated with the imaging order information from the mobile terminal 10 after the end of imaging. I do.
[0065]
Next, the medical image reading device 30 will be described. Since the functional configuration of the medical image reading apparatus 40 is substantially the same as that of the control apparatus 20 described above, the same parts are denoted by the corresponding reference numerals, and illustration and detailed description are omitted. That is, the medical image reading device 30 includes a CPU 31, an input unit 32, a display unit 33, a communication control unit 34, a RAM 35, a storage device 36, an image reading unit 37, a bar code reader 38, and the like. Connected by
[0066]
The image reading unit 37 irradiates the stimulable phosphor layer of the cassette 50 with excitation light to emit fluorescent light corresponding to the stored radiation energy, and photoelectrically converts the emitted fluorescent light to obtain radiation image data. To get.
[0067]
The barcode reader 38 is an example of an obtaining unit that obtains a cassette ID, and includes a scanner that is an optical reading device. The barcode reader 38 reads a barcode attached to the surface of the cassette 50 mounted on the image reading unit 37 and acquires a cassette ID.
[0068]
The CPU 31 reads the medical image read by the image reading unit 37, the cassette ID read by the barcode reader 38, and the medical image capturing apparatus that reads the medical image, that is, a reading apparatus that uniquely identifies the apparatus. It acquires the ID and controls the communication control unit 34 to transmit the medical image to the control device 20 in association with the cassette ID and the reading device ID. Here, the cassette ID and the reading device ID associated with the medical image are, for example, DICOM (Digital Imaging and Communications).
(Medicine) standard.
[0069]
Next, the operation of the present embodiment will be described.
Note that a program for realizing each function described in a flowchart described later is in the form of a computer-readable program code in the storage device 16 of the mobile terminal 10, the storage device 26 of the control device 20, or the medical image reading device 30. The CPU 11 of the mobile terminal 10, the CPU 21 of the control device 20, or the CPU 31 of the medical image reading device 30 sequentially executes the operation according to the program code.
[0070]
First, a description will be given of a shooting preparation process in which the control device 20 causes the mobile terminal 10 to obtain shooting order information in the shooting room as a shooting preparation process.
[0071]
FIG. 6A is a flowchart illustrating a photographing preparation process performed by the CPU 21 of the control device 20. As shown in FIG. 6A, when an instruction to transmit imaging order information is input by the technician via the input unit 22 (step S1), the CPU 21 controls the I / F 27 to allow the mobile terminal 10 to communicate. It is determined whether or not the terminal is mounted on the terminal 10-1 (step S2). Here, when the mobile terminal 10 is not mounted on the communication terminal 10-1 (step S2; NO), the CPU 21 displays an error on the display unit 23 and ends the main shooting preparation process.
[0072]
On the other hand, when the mobile terminal 10 is attached to the communication terminal 10-1 (step S2; YES), the CPU 21 acquires the imaging order information from the storage device 26, and transmits the imaging order information via the communication terminal 10-1. The data is transmitted to the mobile terminal 10 (step S3). Then, the CPU 21 sets the transmission flag of the transmitted imaging order information to ON (step S4), and terminates the main imaging order information transmission process.
[0073]
FIG. 6B is a flowchart illustrating a shooting preparation process executed by the CPU 11 of the mobile terminal 10. As shown in FIG. 6B, the mobile terminal 10 is attached to the communication terminal 10-1 in order to acquire the imaging order information (Step S11).
[0074]
Next, the CPU 11 controls the I / F 14 to receive the imaging order information transmitted from the control device 20 (Step S12). Then, the CPU 11 stores the received radiographing order information in the radiographing order information file 161 of the storage device 16 (step S13), and ends the main radiographing order information acquisition process.
[0075]
A display screen displayed on the display unit 23 of the control device 20 in the above-described shooting preparation processing will be described with reference to FIGS.
[0076]
FIG. 7 is a diagram showing a menu screen 231 for selecting a desired process. As shown in FIG. 7, the menu screen 231 includes, as system menus, menus of “system status”, “engineer selection”, “test history”, “utility”, “screen format”, and “operation mode” An instruction button for instructing is provided. In addition, input buttons are provided for the instruction buttons of “screen format” and “operation mode”. For example, when “portable” is input to the input item of “operation mode” and the button is instructed, the portable imaging device At 40, a portable mode screen for photographing is displayed. When "normal" is input in the input item of "operation mode", a normal mode screen for shooting in a normal shooting room is displayed.
[0077]
FIG. 8 is a diagram showing a portable list screen 232 on which a list of imaging order information is displayed in the portable mode. As shown in FIG. 8, the portable list screen 232 is provided with an area for displaying imaging order information and an area for displaying an instruction button for inputting various instructions. In the area for displaying the imaging order information, as a part of the imaging order information, items for displaying a patient ID, a tab type, a name, a gender, a date of birth, an imaging part, the number of imagings, and a hold are provided. Indicates the corresponding data.
[0078]
In addition, at the right end and the lower end of the portable list screen 232, an area for displaying an instruction button for inputting various instructions includes, in addition to the selection key, “Send”, “Receive”, “New / Search”, “Modify”, “ An instruction button on which text data of “delete”,..., “Confirmation screen” is displayed is provided, and a corresponding instruction is input by operating each instruction button via the input unit 22. For example, when the photographing order information displayed on the portable list screen 232 is selected by the selection key and the “transmit” instruction button is operated, the selected photographing order information is transmitted to the mobile terminal 10. Here, when the imaging order information is transmitted to the mobile terminal 10, the transmission end flag of the imaging order information is set to ON, and the transmitted check flag “→” is displayed in the “tab type” item. You. When the “new / search” instruction button is operated, input screens 233 and 234 for newly registering imaging order information are displayed.
[0079]
FIG. 9 is a diagram showing input screens 233 and 234 displayed when the “new / search” instruction button is operated on portable list screen 232 described above. FIG. 9A is a diagram showing an input screen 233 for newly inputting patient information in the imaging order information. As shown in FIG. 9A, the input screen 232 is provided with an area for inputting patient information and an area for displaying character keys for performing character input.
[0080]
In an area for inputting patient information displayed in the upper part of the input screen 233, items for inputting a patient ID, a patient name (Roman, Kana, and Kanji), a gender, a date of birth, and a comment are provided. The data input in response to the operation 22 is displayed in the corresponding item. In a region where character keys displayed in the lower part of the input screen 233 are displayed, key input corresponding to the displayed character keys is performed via a mouse or a touch panel provided in the input unit 22. Note that key input can also be performed via a keyboard provided in the input unit 22.
[0081]
FIG. 9B is a diagram showing an input screen 234 for newly inputting imaging information in the imaging order information. As shown in FIG. 9B, the imaging information input screen 234 includes an area for displaying an instruction button for instructing an imaging region as an imaging condition, an area for displaying an instruction button for instructing an imaging direction in the imaging region, An area for displaying the input imaging region and imaging direction is provided.
[0082]
In an area for displaying an imaging part indication button displayed on the upper left side of the input screen 234, for example, an indication button on which text data of "head", "neck", ..., "TEST" is displayed is provided. By instructing each of the instruction buttons via the input unit 22, a corresponding imaging region is selected. In addition, a shaded display is performed in an area for displaying a shooting direction instruction button displayed in the middle left portion of the input screen 234, so that the selection is not possible in the portable mode. In other words, the imaging part displayed in the area is an imaging part that cannot be imaged by the portable imaging device 40. In addition, as a display method that cannot be selected, non-display or inactive display can be used in addition to the shaded display. Further, when an unselectable instruction button is instructed, a warning may be output by sound or image.
[0083]
Also, in the area for displaying the imaging direction instruction button displayed on the lower left side of the input screen 234, for example, as the imaging direction in the imaging region of “chest and others”, texts of “oblique”,. An instruction button on which data is displayed is provided, and when each instruction button is instructed via the input unit 22, a corresponding imaging direction is selected. Further, in the region for displaying the imaging region and the imaging direction displayed on the right side of the input screen 233, the imaging region and the imaging direction selected by instructing the above-described instruction button are displayed, for example, “Chest and other oblique positions”. "Is displayed.
[0084]
Next, in the hospital room where imaging is performed before the start of imaging, the portable terminal 10 associates the patient ID with the imaging order information, and stores the imaging order information, the technician ID, the cassette ID, and the imaging device ID in association with each other. The shooting start process will be described.
[0085]
FIG. 10 is a flowchart illustrating a shooting start process performed by the CPU 11 of the mobile terminal 10. As shown in FIG. 10, the CPU 11 controls the barcode reader 17 to read a barcode attached to the patient's bedside or a part of the patient's body and acquire a patient ID (step S21). Next, the CPU 11 acquires the imaging order information corresponding to the read patient ID from the storage device 16 (step S22).
[0086]
Subsequently, the CPU 11 displays the acquired photographing order information on the display unit 13 (step S23), and controls the barcode reader 17 to be attached to the photographing technician, the cassette 50, and the portable photographing device 40, respectively. The barcode is read, and a technician ID, a cassette ID, and an imaging device ID are obtained (step S24). Then, the CPU 11 stores the acquired engineer ID, cassette ID, and imaging device ID in the storage device 16 in association with the imaging order information (step S25), and ends the main imaging start process.
[0087]
A display screen displayed on the display unit 13 of the mobile terminal 10 in the above-described shooting start process will be described with reference to FIG. FIG. 11A is a diagram showing a patient list screen 131 displaying a list of patients registered in the mobile terminal 10. As shown in FIG. 11A, an area indicating patient information is provided on the patient list screen 131, and in this area, items for displaying a patient ID, a patient's name, and a ward are provided. Specifically, numerical data of "0001" is displayed in the item of the patient ID, and text data of "Ichiro Yamada" is displayed in the item of the name.
[0088]
FIG. 11B is a diagram illustrating a display screen 132 that displays imaging order information of a corresponding patient when a patient ID is acquired by the barcode reader 17 of the mobile terminal 10. As shown in FIG. 11B, the display screen 132 is provided with a region for displaying patient information and a region for displaying imaging information. In the area for displaying patient information, items for displaying a patient's name, patient ID, gender, age, ward, and ward are provided, and each item displays corresponding data.
[0089]
In the area for displaying the imaging information, items for displaying the imaging region, the cassette ID, the technician ID, and the imaging device ID are provided. The items of the cassette ID, the technician ID, and the imaging device ID include the portable terminal 10. The data acquired by the barcode reader 17 is displayed simultaneously with the reading. Specifically, text data of “chest and other oblique positions” is displayed in the item of the imaging region, and numerical data of “040001080222016” is displayed in the item of the cassette ID. In the item of the engineer ID, text data and numeric data of “suzuki777” are displayed, and in the item of the imaging device ID, text data and numeric data of “A101010” are displayed.
[0090]
Subsequently, after the photographing is completed, the control device 20 acquires the technician ID, the cassette ID, and the photographing device ID associated with the photographed photographing order information from the portable terminal 10, and is read from the medical image reading device 30. A post-imaging process for acquiring a medical image, a cassette ID, and a reading device ID will be described.
[0091]
FIG. 12 is a flowchart illustrating post-imaging processing executed by the CPU 21 of the control device 20. As illustrated in FIG. 12, the CPU 21 receives the technician ID, the cassette ID, and the imaging device ID associated with the captured imaging order information from the mobile terminal 10 via the communication terminal 10-1 (step S31; YES), the technician ID, the cassette ID, and the imaging device ID are stored in the imaging history management file 261 in association with the imaging order information (step S32). Then, the CPU 21 sets the reception end flag to ON for the imaging order information that has received the technician ID, the cassette ID, and the imaging device ID (step S33).
[0092]
Next, when receiving the medical image, the cassette ID, and the reading device ID from the medical image reading device 30 (step S34; YES), the CPU 21 associates the received reading device ID with the imaging order information based on the cassette ID and shoots the image. It is stored in the history management file 261 (step S35). The CPU 21 stores the medical image and the imaging order information in the storage device 26 in association with each other based on the cassette ID associated with the medical image and the cassette ID associated with the imaging order information (step S3). ).
[0093]
Further, the CPU 21 adds a technician ID, a cassette ID, an imaging device ID, and a reading device ID corresponding to the medical image to the medical image as supplementary information (step S37). Here, it is desirable that the additional information added to the medical image is added according to the DICOM standard. Then, the CPU 21 displays the received medical image on the display unit 23 (step S38), and ends the processing after the main imaging.
[0094]
The medical image displayed on the display unit 23 of the control device 20 will be described with reference to FIG. FIG. 13 is a diagram illustrating a portable processing screen 235 displayed on the display unit 23 when shooting is performed using the mobile terminal 10. As shown in FIG. 13, the portable processing screen 235 is configured to display medical images of a plurality of patients registered in the same portable terminal 10 on the same screen.
[0095]
That is, the portable processing screen 235 is provided with an area for displaying technician information and an area for displaying patient information, medical images, and imaging information for each patient, and four types of medical images can be displayed on the same screen. Configuration. Specifically, in the area for displaying the technician information at the upper left corner of the portable processing screen 235, an item for displaying the text data of “Suzuki Taro” as the name of the technician, and text data and numeric data of “suzuki777” for the technician ID Is displayed. In addition, a medical image displayed on the left end will be described as a medical image displayed for each patient. In an area for displaying patient information, an item for displaying numerical data of “0001” as a patient ID and a name for the patient are displayed. An item for displaying text data of "Ichiro Yamada" is provided.
[0096]
In the lower part, a region for displaying a medical image is provided, and a medical image, an item for displaying numeric data of “F1210012” as a reading device ID, and an item for displaying text data of “normal” as a resolution are provided. Have been. Further, an area for displaying imaging information is provided below the item, an item for displaying text data of “chest and other oblique” as an imaging region, an item for displaying numeric data of “01000108022016” as a cassette ID, Items for displaying text data and numeric data of “A101010” are provided as the imaging device ID.
[0097]
An instruction button for inputting “NG” or “OK” is provided below the area for displaying the imaging information, and inputs whether or not the displayed medical image is abnormal. That is, when an abnormality has occurred in the medical image and an “NG” instruction button is instructed via the input unit 22, the error flag of the imaging history management file 261 of the corresponding medical image is set to ON, Stored as error information.
[0098]
Note that the control controller 20 determines a technician ID, a cassette ID, a photographing device ID, a reading device ID, and the like for a medical image for which an error flag is set to ON based on the imaging history management file 261 in which the presence or absence of an abnormality is stored. Can be displayed in a list. At this time, for example, it is possible to sort and display the medical images in which an abnormality has occurred for each piece of identification information. As a result, it is possible to statistically extract a technician, a cassette, a photographing device, and a reading device in which an abnormality frequently occurs, accurately identify the cause of the abnormality, and quickly resolve the cause.
[0099]
As described above, according to the medical imaging system 100 of the present embodiment, as preparation for imaging, imaging order information for performing imaging is transmitted from the control device 20 to the portable terminal 10 and stored, and imaging is started at the time of starting imaging. It reads the patient ID of the patient performing the imaging, the technician ID of the technician performing the imaging, the cassette ID for recording the medical image, and the imaging device ID for recording the medical image, and correlates them with the imaging order information. After the photographing is completed, the technician ID, the cassette ID, and the photographing device ID are transmitted from the portable terminal 10 to the control device 20 in association with the photographing order information. On the other hand, the medical image reading device 40 reads the medical image and the cassette ID from the cassette 50 on which the medical image is recorded, and transmits the medical image to the control device 20 in association with the cassette ID and the reading device ID. Then, the control device 20 stores the technician ID, the cassette ID, the imaging device ID, and the reading device ID in the imaging history management file 261 in association with the imaging order information, and based on the cassette ID, the imaging order information and the medical image. Are managed in association with each other.
[0100]
This makes it possible to clarify the technician, cassette, imaging device, and reading device involved in capturing the medical image, and if an abnormality occurs in the medical image, quickly identify the cause of the abnormality and resolve the cause can do. In addition, since the above-mentioned technician ID, cassette ID, imaging device ID, and reading device ID are added to the medical image as supplementary information and managed in association with the imaging order information, the correspondence between each identification information and the medical image is clear. And easy to manage.
[0101]
The imaging history management file 261 sets an error flag of a corresponding medical image to ON when an abnormality occurs in a medical image and NG is input by a technician, and stores the occurrence of the abnormality as error information. Accordingly, for example, based on the imaging history management file 261, identification information of a technician, a cassette, an imaging device, and a reading device related to imaging of a medical image in which an abnormality has occurred can be displayed. The cause of the occurrence can be determined.
[0102]
The description in the present embodiment described above is an example of a suitable medical image photographing system and medical image management method according to the present invention, and the present invention is not limited thereto.
[0103]
For example, the system configuration of the medical image capturing system 100 described above is an example, and the present invention is not limited to this. As in the medical imaging system 200 shown in FIG. 14, the communication terminal 10-1 that controls communication between the mobile terminal 10 and the control device 20 may not be configured to be directly connected to the control device 20. N, and may be arbitrarily communicable with the plurality of control devices 20 via the network N.
[0104]
In the medical image photographing system 200, the photographing order information transmitted from the control device 20 to the portable terminal 10 includes a transmission destination of the cassette ID associated with the photographed photographing order information (for example, identifying a computer on the network. For example, the IP address of the server. That is, since the information can be arbitrarily transmitted to the plurality of control devices 20 connected to the network N, the CPU 11 of the mobile terminal 10 that has detected the attachment to the communication terminal 10-1 determines the cassette ID from the imaging order information. And transmits the cassette ID associated with the imaging order information to the control device 20 corresponding to the acquired transmission destination.
[0105]
The mobile terminal 10 stores the identification information of the control device 20 that has received the imaging order information, and receives the imaging order information when the imaging order information received from the control device 20 does not include the transmission destination. The configuration may be such that the cassette ID associated with the imaging order information is transmitted to the control device 20 that has performed the processing. Alternatively, the configuration may be such that a destination is input from the operation unit 12 of the mobile terminal 10 and necessary information is transmitted to the specified destination.
[0106]
According to this configuration, since the information can be transmitted from the portable terminal 10 to the desired control device 20 anywhere in the hospital, for example, if the information is needed immediately, Can be sent. Further, even when the capacity of the storage device 16 of the portable terminal 10 is likely to be exceeded, the information is promptly transmitted and the data is backed up without going to the imaging room where the control device 20 is installed. And convenience is good.
[0107]
Further, the engineer ID, the cassette ID, the photographing device ID, and the like are configured to be acquired by the barcode 17 of the portable terminal 10. However, the present invention is not limited to this. May be provided, and the portable terminal 10 may acquire the identification information recorded on the IC chip. In this case, the mobile terminal 10 is configured to include an IC reader (not shown).
[0108]
Further, the information stored in the shooting history management file 261 is not limited to the above-described example, and various information can be stored. For example, the imaging history management file may be configured to store the imaging order information. Other information related to the events related to the imaging include the identification number of the mobile terminal 10, the identification number of the communication terminal 10-1, and the image processing time. The image processing conditions, the ID of the technician who performed the image processing, and the like may be stored in association with the imaging order information. The association with the imaging order information may be performed based on various information such as an imaging ID, a cassette ID, and a patient ID. In addition, the correspondence between the imaging order information and the medical image may be similarly defined based on various types of information.
[0109]
Furthermore, the acquisition time of the engineer ID, the cassette ID, and the imaging device ID is not limited to the above example, and can be obtained at any time as long as the correspondence with the imaging order information is clear. For example, in the imaging preparation processing, the technician ID may be included in the imaging order information transmitted from the control device 20 to the mobile terminal 10. In this case, in the imaging start processing, the mobile terminal 10 May be configured to perform only authentication. Alternatively, in the case of the post-registration in which the cassette ID is registered after the photographing is completed, the configuration may be such that the cassette ID is not acquired before the photographing is started.
[0110]
In addition, it goes without saying that the detailed configuration and detailed operation of each component of the medical image photographing systems 100 and 200 in the present embodiment can be appropriately changed without departing from the spirit of the present invention. .
[0111]
【The invention's effect】
According to the first or fifth aspect of the present invention, the identification information of the technician who performed the imaging, the identification information of the cassette that has recorded the medical image, and the identification information of the imaging device that has recorded the medical image are associated with the imaging order information. Since the information is stored, the engineer, the cassette, and the photographing device involved in the photographing can be quickly specified. In this way, when an abnormality occurs in a medical image, it is possible to identify, based on the imaging history management file, which of the technician, the cassette, and the imaging device involved in the imaging has the cause, and the abnormality is quickly generated. Can be eliminated.
[0112]
According to the second or sixth aspect of the present invention, the technician, the cassette, the photographing device, and the reading device involved in the photographing are stored in the photographing history management file and managed in association with the photographing order information. To manage medical images. Thus, for example, when an abnormality occurs in a medical image, based on the imaging history management file, various factors such as a technician, a cassette, an imaging device, a reading device, etc. involved in the imaging are verified and the cause of the abnormality is checked. Can be searched for, and the cause of the occurrence of the abnormality can be surely eliminated.
[0113]
According to the third or seventh aspect of the invention, the identification information of the cassette, the identification information of the technician, the identification information of the imaging device, and the identification information of the reading device are added to the medical image as supplementary information, and are associated with the imaging order information. Therefore, the correspondence between the medical image and each piece of identification information can be clarified, and loss of information can be prevented.
[0114]
According to the fourth or eighth aspect of the present invention, by storing the presence or absence of an abnormality for a medical image in which an abnormality has occurred, the cause of the abnormality can be statistically extracted based on the medical image in which the abnormality has occurred. It is possible to easily and efficiently determine the cause of the abnormality that has occurred in the medical image.
[Brief description of the drawings]
FIG. 1 is a diagram showing a system configuration of a medical imaging system 100 according to an embodiment to which the present invention is applied.
FIG. 2 is a block diagram illustrating a main configuration of the portable terminal 10 illustrated in FIG.
FIG. 3 is a diagram showing a data configuration of an imaging order information file 161 stored in a storage device 16 of FIG.
FIG. 4 is a block diagram showing a main configuration of a control device 20 shown in FIG. 1;
5 is a diagram showing a data configuration of a shooting history management file stored in a storage device 26 of FIG.
FIG. 6A is a flowchart illustrating a photographing preparation process executed by a CPU 21 of the control device 20; 4B is a flowchart illustrating a shooting preparation process performed by the CPU 11 of the mobile terminal 10.
FIG. 7 is a diagram showing an example of a menu screen displayed on the display unit 23 of the control device 20.
FIG. 8 is a diagram showing an example of a portable list reception screen displayed on the display unit 23 of the control device 20.
9A is a diagram illustrating an example of an input screen for inputting patient information displayed on the display unit 23 of the control device 20. FIG.
FIG. 4B is a diagram illustrating an example of an input screen for inputting shooting information displayed on the display unit 23 of the control device 20.
FIG. 10 is a flowchart showing a shooting start process executed by a CPU 11 of the mobile terminal 10.
11A is a diagram illustrating an example of a patient list screen displayed on the display unit 13 of the mobile terminal 10. FIG.
FIG. 3B is a diagram illustrating an example of a display screen displayed on the display unit 13 of the mobile terminal 10.
FIG. 12 is a flowchart showing post-imaging processing executed by the CPU 21 of the control device 20;
FIG. 13 is a diagram showing an example of a portable processing screen displayed on the display unit 23 of the control device 20.
FIG. 14 is a diagram showing a system configuration of a medical image capturing system 200 according to another embodiment to which the present invention is applied.
[Explanation of symbols]
100,200 Medical imaging system
10 Mobile terminal
11 CPU
12 Operation section
13 Display
14 I / F
15 RAM
16 Storage device
17 Barcode reader
18 bus
20 Control device
21 CPU
22 Input section
23 Display
24 Communication control unit
25 RAM
26 Storage device
27 I / F
28 bus
30 Medical image reading device
40 Portable Photography Equipment
50 cassettes
60 Information management device
N network

Claims (8)

  1. A control apparatus that manages imaging order information and medical images in association with each other, and a mobile terminal that obtains imaging order information from the control apparatus.
    The mobile terminal,
    Acquisition means for acquiring at least one of identification information of a cassette that has recorded a medical image, identification information of a technician who has performed imaging, and identification information of an imaging apparatus that has recorded a medical image on a cassette,
    Storage means for storing the obtained identification information in association with the imaging order information,
    Communication means for transmitting each of the stored identification information in association with the imaging order information,
    The control device includes:
    Communication means for receiving each identification information associated with the imaging order information,
    A photographing history management file for storing the received identification information in association with the photographing order information,
    A medical image photographing system comprising:
  2. A reading device for reading medical image and cassette identification information from the cassette on which the medical image is recorded,
    The reading device,
    Communication means for transmitting the medical image in association with the identification information of the cassette and the identification information of the reading device that has read the medical image,
    In the control device,
    The communication means receives a medical image in which the identification information of the cassette and the identification information of the reading device are associated,
    The photographing history management file stores identification information of the reading device in association with each identification information including the identification information of the cassette,
    2. The medical image photographing system according to claim 1, further comprising a management unit that manages the medical image and the imaging order information in association with each other based on the identification information of the cassette.
  3. The management means adds at least one of identification information of the cassette, identification information of a technician, identification information of an imaging device, and identification information of a reading device to the medical image as supplementary information. Item 3. The medical image capturing system according to Item 2.
  4. The control device includes:
    Display control means for displaying the medical image on a display unit,
    Input control means for inputting error information indicating the presence or absence of an abnormality for the displayed medical image,
    4. The medical image photographing system according to claim 1, wherein the photographing history management file stores error information in association with each piece of identification information corresponding to the medical image.
  5. A control device that manages imaging order information and medical images in association with each other, and a mobile terminal that obtains imaging order information from the control device, a medical image management method in a medical image imaging system including:
    Acquiring at least one or more of the identification information of the cassette that has recorded the medical image, the identification information of the technician who performed the imaging, and the identification information of the imaging device that has recorded the medical image on the cassette,
    Storing the obtained identification information in association with the imaging order information;
    Transmitting each of the stored identification information in association with the imaging order information,
    Receiving each identification information associated with the imaging order information;
    Storing the received identification information in association with the imaging order information,
    A medical image management method comprising:
  6. Reading medical image and cassette identification information from the cassette on which the medical image is recorded;
    Transmitting the medical image in association with the identification information of the cassette and the identification information of the reading device that has read the medical image,
    Receiving a medical image in which the identification information of the cassette and the identification information of the reading device are associated;
    Storing the identification information of the reading device in association with each identification information including the identification information of the cassette,
    A step of managing the medical image and imaging order information in association with each other based on the identification information of the cassette;
    6. The medical image management method according to claim 5, comprising:
  7. 7. The method according to claim 6, further comprising adding at least one of identification information of the cassette, identification information of a technician, identification information of an imaging device, and identification information of a reading device to the medical image as supplementary information. The described medical image management method.
  8. Displaying the medical image on a display unit;
    A step of inputting error information indicating the presence or absence of an abnormality with respect to the displayed medical image,
    Storing error information in association with each piece of identification information corresponding to the medical image;
    The medical image management method according to any one of claims 5 to 7, comprising:
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