MicroDose chosen for throughput efficiency

With a MicroDose system are senior radiographer Oluremi Fajuke, advanced practitioner Christine Corbin, Philips Women’s Healthcare UK commercial manager Neil Emery, assistant practitioner Anne Bunce, radiographer Fresie Lacson, deputy breast services manager Babs Arnold, Philips Healthcare mammography specialist Donna Webb and breast services manager Debbie Winder.


Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Breast Screening Service has acquired five Philips MicroDose L30 full field digital mammography systems to replace analogue mammography equipment and x-ray film.


One system was purchased from Sectra and the remaining four from Philips Healthcare following its acquisition of the Sectra mammography business.


Deputy breast services manager Babs Arnold said: “As our vans operate on generators, we were aware that the detector is less sensitive to temperature than other detectors.  The generators are switched off at night so the detector must be capable of withstanding wide variations in temperature.”


See the full report on page 18 of the March 2012 issue of RAD Magazine.

You might also like

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read more