Chesterfield Royal picks Infinix VC-i

With their new C-arm are clinical services manager Ken Russon, general manager diagnostic imaging Andrew Loveridge, advanced radiographic practitioner Julie Vickers, senior staff nurse Kate Lovelock and lead radiographic practitioner Jess Hennig.


Chesterfield Royal Hospital in north Derbyshire has upgraded its angiography suite with a Toshiba Infinix VC-i ceiling-suspended system with flat panel detector.


Andrew Loveridge, general manager of the imaging directorate commented: “We selected the Toshiba system for its versatility and also the flexibility it offers for future. At the same time as fulfilling our current needs, we feel it fits with our plans for potential future development.”


The Infinix VC-i combines good patient access, coverage and a cardiovascular flat panel detector for efficient procedures and distortion-free high resolution images. It has an advanced ergonomic system design and one touch automation.


A full report is published on page 34 of the March 2009 issue of RAD Magazine.

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