Mini C-arm at trauma unit improves efficiency

At Great Western Hospital are consultant orthopaedic surgeon David Williamson, Xograph Healthcare territory manager Liam Neill and orthopaedic team manager, theatres, Stuart Wade.

 

Great Western Hospital, Swindon, is the designated trauma unit for two regional trauma networks, the Severn to the west and the Thames Valley to the north east and as part of these networks the department of orthopaedics has invested in the latest OrthoScan direct digital mini C-arm technology from Xograph.

 

Great Western Hospital consultant orthopaedic surgeon David Williamson said: “We have found the OrthoScan to be extremely useful and convenient for imaging of foot and ankle surgical cases. No waiting for a radiographer to come to theatre, teamed with the ability to get the right orientation for our imaging.”

 

See the full report on page 21 of the August 2012 issue of RAD Magazine.

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