Dose reduction at WMUH is ideal for neonates

Pictured are imaging manager Anton Ivanic, senior radiographer Rolando Tagami, superintendent plain imaging Alexandra Cook, Fujifilm senior account manager Iain Sims, reporting radiographer Rupert Penwarden and senior radiographer Sean Clancy.

West Middlesex University Hospital has acquired two Fujifilm FDR Go mobiles, based on trials carried out by sister hospital Chelsea and Westminster.  One of the systems will be used in the special care baby unit (SCBU).  Superintendent plain imaging Alexandra Cook said: “Our SCBU consultants are really pleased with the images, especially for lines and tubes, and they are also very happy with the dose reduction, which is particularly important for our paediatric patients.”

Read the full report on page 1 of the October 2018 issue of RAD Magazine.

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