Grimsby benefits from pair of ultrasound systems

Advanced healthcare assistant Emma Roberts, advanced practitioner sonographers Cara Duffy-White, Angela Cliff and Liz Bowles, student sonographer Oby Odunsi-Gibson, head of ultrasound Beverley Evans, advanced practitioner sonographer Nick Church, Toshiba Medical Systems ultrasound applications specialist Louise Higgins and advanced healthcare assistant Gale Kerr.

The ultrasound department at Diana Princess of Wales Hospital in Grimsby has acquired two Toshiba Aplio 500 ultrasound systems, chosen for their image quality and ergonomics.

Head of ultrasound Beverley Evans said: “The addition of the two ultrasound machines to our current departmental facilities will allow us to provide improved image quality.  Vascular and MSK imaging will benefit especially from this improvement in image quality, thus allowing the trust to continue to offer patients a first class service.

“The systems were also chosen for their excellent ergonomic design and are very user friendly, ensuring safe working conditions for the staff.”

See the full report on page 20 of the November 2015 issue of RAD Magazine.

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