Arrowe Park multi-purpose system is user-friendly

From left are radiographer Aimee Smyth, student radiographer Emma Norbury, radiographer Christina Appleby, Toshiba account executive Carl McMullen and senior radiographer David Adams.


Now up and running at Arrowe Park Hospital, part of the Wirral University Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, is Toshiba’s Ultimax multi-purpose x-ray system.


Senior radiographer Kay Torres says: “We like it so much; it is very user-friendly and produces great images.  The support is excellent.”  


With a very small footprint, the Ultimax provides an RF solution for gastrointestinal studies, non-vascular interventions, and angiographic studies.  


A key feature is effective dose management, achieved with a variety of fingertip controls.   In addition, three filters reduce hard and soft x-ray exposure.


See this report on page 19 of the May 2010 issue of RAD Magazine.

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