Borders General achieves contrast savings

Staff nurse Louise McDonald, senior radiographer Fiona Whittet, superintendent radiographer Judith Burton, ATO Suz Braithwaite and Synapse Medical UK clinical applications specialist Gabriel Araoz Zapata.


Borders General Hospital, Melrose, Scotland, has purchased an Ulrich CT Motion contrast media injector from distributor Synapse Medical UK.


Superintendent radiographer Judith Burton said: “We are really impressed with the ease of the daily set-up and the fast changeover between patients.  The use of Bluetooth technology means we can position the injector anywhere we want in the CT room, increasing our flexibility throughout our working day.”


See the full report on page 6 of the July 2017 issue of RAD Magazine.

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