Four ultrasound sytems are start of planned expansion

At Bradford Royal Infirmary are (standing, from left) senior sonographers Karen Lomas, Heidi Thomson and Susanne Jaworskyj, midwife sonographer Penny Fleming, senior sonographer Sue Rushworth, sonographers Nicola Hood and Noreen Mohammed.  Toshiba ultrasound specialist Karen Michaels, senior sonographer Naz Hussain, sonographer James Chan and student sonographer Sally-Anne Hutchinson.  Seated  are sonographers Wendy Hall and Saima Ali.


Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has replaced four old machines in its maternity ultrasound department at Bradford Royal Infirmary with four Toshiba MX ultrasound systems.


Principal superintendent sonographer Virginia Lodge said: “We chose the Toshiba MX system for its ergonomic design, high specification and ease of use.  We find we are achieving excellent image quality and they are wonderful for scanning large patients.”


See the full report on page 39 of the April 2011 issue of RAD Magazine.

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