Morecambe Bay area hospitals add portable ultrasound system to assist rheumatology imaging

The Royal Lancaster Infirmary has added a portable ultrasound system to the medical imaging capabilities at Westmorland General Hospital and Furness General Hospital.

Through the utilisation of charitable funds, the infirmary has acquired a MyLab Omega ExP from Esaote, which will be utilised across all three hospitals.

Recognising the importance of seamless healthcare delivery and the necessity for flexible diagnostic tools, a portable solution was required that could cater to the diverse patient populations served by the hospitals.

“I am thrilled to announce the procurement of Esaote’s new MyLab Omega ExP that will serve Westmorland General Hospital, Furness General Hospital and our wider community,” said consultant rheumatologist Dr Marwan Bukhari. “This investment reflects our commitment to providing high quality healthcare services and leveraging inno-vative technologies to benefit our patients.”

Picture: Consultant rheumatologist Dr Marwan Bukhari.

See the full report on page 19 of the June 2024 issue of RAD Magazine.

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