King’s Lynn breast department chooses Esaote again for latest ultrasound platforms

The Queen Elizabeth Hospital King’s Lynn NHS Foundation Trust’s breast department has purchased two MyLab X9 ultrasound systems equipped with Esaote’s latest technology.

Having had Esaote MyLab Class C systems previously, department staff were eager to upgrade to the latest platform. Esaote says new technology on the MyLab X9 systems will not only enable the department to acquire good diagnostic images but also allow confident diagnosis, resulting in improved patient care management.

Breast imaging and programme manager Nicola Ward said: “As managers we are always looking to see how we can empower our clinicians to better treat the patients that come to us, and this includes getting the best equipment. The new Esaote systems will allow us to better equip our clinicians to deliver the crucial service required. Particularly after the pandemic we have seen the importance of always having up-to-date technology available.

“Our trust operates on a fair policy allowing clinicians to pick and choose their own products. Having used Esaote systems before, our clinicians were keen on getting the same equipment as this allowed continuity. Working with our account manager Kudzai Musamba has been a positive experience. He is always at the end of the customer’s call for any training queries and present on site when required.”

Picture: Esaote account manager Kudzai Musamba, trainee consultant radiographer Louise Coggles, breast clinician and breast screening lead Dr Elena Hopkins and breast imaging and programme manager Nicola Ward.

See the full report on page 3 of the July 2023 issue of RAD Magazine.

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