Cancer centre looks forward to reducing dose

Philips UKI business development manager Morgan Evers, Medipass MES manager Gaile Smyth, CT radiographer Noreen Toner, superintendent CT radiographer Majella McCrink, CT radiographers Grainne McCormack, Lynn Wilson and Aine Kane with Philips UKI field service engineer Brian Murray.

The Northern Ireland Cancer Centre has received an Ingenuity Elite 128-slice CT scanner from Philips UKI.  The centre, managed by Medipass MES, is located on the Belfast City Hospital site adjacent to the main building and treats cancer patients from across Northern Ireland.

The equipment comes with Philips’ IMR technology that delivers image quality with virtually noise-free images and low contrast resolution.

Superintendent CT radiographer Majella McCrink said: “We are very excited about IMR and its abilities to reduce dose to our oncology patients.”

See the full report on page 24 of the July 2018 issue of RAD Magazine.

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