Colour Doppler systems for Wycombe

Superintendent ultrasound manager Andrew McGregor and (right) Toshiba’s Shane Hanlon with sonographers Kate Butler and Pauline Chick. 


Wycombe Hospital has upgraded its services with three Toshiba Aplio XG’s, with high-end imaging software, including ApliPure+, differential harmonic imaging, advanced dynamic flow, 3D/4D capabilities and Precision Imaging.


The new systems replace three early Toshiba Aplios.    


Superintendent ultrasound manager, Andrew McGregor commented: “The new Aplio XG provides images of outstanding clarity and definition.”


Precision Imaging works seamlessly with colour Doppler and 3D/4D.  The technology has a multi-resolution signal processing technique that analyses ultrasound images at various orders of spatial resolution and separates out structure from noise and clutter.


See the full report on page 28 of the March 2010 issue of RAD Magazine.

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