An Allura for neurosciences centre

From left are senior staff nurse Barbara Voller, Philips general manager south Ian Graves, former superintendent radiographer Margot Dormer, sales specialist Lisa Ruprecht, sister Lynne Muddle, superintendent radiographer Gary Power, cross site modality manager Wendy Bates and senior staff nurse Andrew Barrowcliff.


Hurstwood Park Regional Centre for Neurosciences, part of the Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust, has replaced its angiography equipment with a Philips Allura Xper FD20 that will enable the centre to carry out non-surgical interventional treatment, including treatment of cerebral aneurysms.


The Allura Xper FD20 is a single plane vascular interventional imaging system for challenging diagnostic examinations and neurovascular interventions.  It features one large flat detector with Philips’ 2k imaging and advanced interventional tools to give a clear view of vessel morphology.  


The system provides full-body coverage for vascular applications and real-time 3D reconstructions.


See this report on page 8 of the February 2011 issue of RAD Magazine.

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