Fluoroscopy system ticks all the boxes

Radiographers Gordon Stewart and Anna Drozdz, superintendent radiographer Edmond Kinene, radiographer Jenny Armstrong, superintendent radiographer Nina Ghodrati, senior radiographer Ella Mukherjee, radiographer Sujatha Herath, Toshiba Medical Systems account manager Chi Burt, applications specialist Dan Parr and RNOH imaging services manager Antony Turner.

The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital (RNOH) in Stanmore has acquired a Toshiba Ultimax-i fluoroscopy system to carry out examinations mainly associated with orthopaedic injury and pathology.

Imaging services manager Antony Turner said: “We chose Toshiba for the RNOH because it ticked all our boxes.  The equipment is easy to use, so training was easy to implement with our radiology and urology staff.

“The table height goes really low, which is a huge advantage for the types of patients we see on a regular basis.  Image quality is excellent and feedback from radiographers and radiologists is very positive.  We were also very impressed with the enabling works and applications specialist support.”

See the full report on page 33 of the March 2017 issue of RAD Magazine.

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