Another Allura for the Royal Derby

From left are service manager Penny Owens, consultant radiologist Dr Rajeev Singh, staff nurse Surjit Dard, staff nurse Ellen Smyth (on the couch), superintendent radiographer Patricia Turner, clinical director Dr Mark Bagnall, Philips UK managing director John Atwill, ceo Julie Acred, key accounts manager Ian Mitcham, site superintendent radiographer Sue Johnson, senior radiographer (seated on the couch Cat Ranner), regional general manager Rob Davies and service delivery manager Simon Bannister.


As part of an extensive order covering several imaging modalities, Philips Healthcare recently supplied an Allura FD20 cardiovascular system to the new Royal Derby Hospital.  It joins an existing FD20 already installed at the hospital.


The Philips Allura family of cardiovascular x-ray equipment comes with a host of software programmes.  Developed in co-operation with partner hospitals, they offer a high level of automatic positioning movements.


“Low patient x-ray dose levels, user friendliness, proven reliability and excellent image quality are the hallmarks the Philips Allura family,” states Philips. 


See the full report on page 15 of the October 2010 issue of RAD Magazine.

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