Children’s Hospital finds functionality useful

At Birmingham Children’s Hospital are clinical systems manager Kate Parkes, advanced paediatric radiographer Steve Burns (seated), with specialist paediatric radiographers Sarah Eades, Simon Whigham and Kayleigh Neathway.

Wolverson X-ray has completed an installation at Birmingham Children’s Hospital, replacing an older version of a Wolverson x-ray room which served the hospital for many years.  Clinical systems manager Kate Parkes said: “Working with children we needed the quick and easy functionality of the equipment; the separate prep and expose button is very useful when working with children. Recently upgraded handles on the tube gantry make it quick and easy to move the tube around the room without any effort.

“We are all delighted with this cost effective x-ray room which was installed at very short notice, with minimum disruption to our department, and we also have the option to upgrade to a DR system in the future,” she added.

See this report on page 26 of the July 2012 issue of RAD Magazine.

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