Ours did, and it cost a couple of quid, if you are not sure just ask them before they print them, also be careful that they are not on the old thermal type printer as putting them near a heat source will ruin them!. First child i assume and coming up to 12 weeks?, good luck fella and get some rest…. youll need it 🙂Posted 5 years agouphillcursingSubscriber
Never used one where the date is not a immovable field. I think in light of the context there is something nefarious going on.
in most scanners the patient data will be along the top border.Could the pic you have been cropped to exclude this? Guessing you would not be happy posting the image on here.Posted 5 years agoPookSubscriberChubbyBlokeInLycraMember
Will depend on the scanner used and the custom setups the hospital use.
Some scanners print some data onto the electronic image. What is depends on the scanner/setup and can’t normally be changed. However, if the images are DICOM (they almost always are now), selected DICOM data can be written to the hard copy. Whether the person printing knows how to/is prepred to do this. The DICOM data is included in the image headers and is editable, unlike the scanner data which is part of the image if that’s what you mean by “hard printed”
EDIT – just looked at he other thread. Normally we don’t provide hard copy images, we provide images on CD. These are DICOM images and the headers with name, date, institution, etc are readable although not normally visible. If can get a CD, reading the headers is easyPosted 5 years agocookeaaSubscriber
Both of ours had Mothers name and date printed on them, payment was a Suggested donation of a couple of quid, seems gittish not to pay it TBH…
First born was out of wedlock, second once I’d made an honest woman of her, but the evidence of our shame is captured forever on the scan pic’s…Posted 5 years ago
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