Delegates at the London study day.
Canon Medical Systems has taken to the road again with its successful Aquilion CT Optimisation study days. Starting in Newport in Wales the roadshow then travelled to London and finally York. Aimed at radiographers, the events covered image quality, noise and its management in CT scanning, dose optimisation including practical demonstrations using the Aquilion CT interface software, advanced Canon Medical Systems technologies such as SEMAR, Dual Energy and SURESubtraction and an update on IRR17 and IR(ME)R 2017.
CT modality manager at Canon Medical Systems Mark Thomas said: “We offer the study days free of charge to customers as part of the company’s ‘Applications for Life’ commitment. The programme was designed to support users in getting the most from their equipment, as well as reassuring them that they have continuous support.”
Read the full report on page 10 of the August 2018 issue of RAD Magazine.