King George’s Logiqs bring probe standardisation

Pictured following the handover of two GE Healthcare Logiq S8 Expert ultrasound systems to King George’s Hospital, Ilford, are GE ultrasound sales specialist Jayesh Odedra, site lead ultrasound superintendent Moksha Butani, radiology resource manager Michael Cotter, sister Jocelyn Leong, nurse Jolly Thomas Mathew, consultant radiologist, symptomatic breast lead, Dr Kadria Haddad, support worker Susan Whisker, symptomatic lead mammographer Alison Griffiths and consultant radiologist Dr N K Wijayasundara.

King George Hospital will use the systems primarily for breast, small parts, general, vascular and interventional ultrasound imaging.

Moksha Butani said: “All the sonographers and the radiologists are enormously impressed with the machines. We selected the GE Logiq S8 for its excellent resolution and user friendliness, complemented by a wide range of advanced imaging and quantification tools.

See the full report on page 28 of the May 2012 issue of RAD Magazine.

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