Medical X-Ray Film Green

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Model Number: NH-989555

Brand: Niche Healthcare

Medical X-RAY Film is a kind of standard film which may be mainly applied to the diagnoses of any diseases in chest, belly or esophagus. It keeps high balance between the contrast and the time of exposure. It realizes the stability and becomes more popular, high clarity and power distinction in its appliance. It has the characteristics of the stable image quality and the best function of static electricity protection.


Cat. No.
Qty/case (bxs)
Medical X-Ray Film, Green Sensitive, 18x24cm
Medical X-Ray Film, Green Sensitive, 24x30cm
Medical X-Ray Film, Green Sensitive, 35x35cm
Medical X-Ray Film, Green Sensitive, 30x40cm
Medical X-Ray Film, Green Sensitive, 35x43cm
Medical X-Ray Film, Green Sensitive, 18x43cm


Green medical X-ray film is a type of radiographic film used in medical imaging to capture X-ray images of the internal structures of the body. X-ray films are sensitive to X-ray radiation, and they produce images when exposed to X-rays passing through the body.


Key features and considerations regarding medical X-ray film in green colour:

Sensitivity to X-rays:

X-ray films are coated with a light-sensitive emulsion containing silver halide crystals. When exposed to X-rays, these crystals undergo a chemical change, creating a latent image on the film.


The term “green” in this context likely refers to the colour of the film base or tint. X-ray films may have coloured bases for contrast enhancement and improved viewing conditions.

Film Sizes:

X-ray films come in various sizes to accommodate different imaging needs, such as chest X-rays, extremity X-rays, or dental X-rays.

Single-Emulsion or Double-Emulsion:

X-ray films can be single-emulsion or double-emulsion. Double-emulsion films provide higher sensitivity and improved image quality.

Green Sensitive Emulsion:

The green colour may indicate that the film is sensitive to a specific range of X-rays, with the green-sensitive emulsion optimized for certain diagnostic applications.

Conventional vs. Digital Radiography:

While conventional X-ray films are still widely used, many healthcare facilities have transitioned to digital radiography systems, where images are captured electronically and viewed on computer screens.


X-ray films need to be processed in a darkroom using chemicals to develop the latent image. Traditional wet processing involves several steps, including developing, fixing, washing, and drying.

Image Quality:

The quality of the X-ray image depends on factors such as exposure settings, film processing, and the overall imaging system. Proper calibration and technique are crucial for obtaining accurate diagnostic images.

Storage Conditions:

X-ray films should be stored in a cool, dry place, protected from light and humidity. Proper storage conditions are essential for preserving the film’s sensitivity.

It’s important to note that advancements in medical imaging technology have led to the increased use of digital radiography and computed tomography (CT) scans. Digital imaging allows for immediate image acquisition, manipulation, and electronic storage, eliminating the need for traditional X-ray films in some cases.

Healthcare professionals follow established protocols for using X-ray films and adhere to safety measures to minimize radiation exposure to patients and staff during imaging procedures.


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