QEH team finds restricted spaces easy to reach with slimline mobile

Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn required a new mobile that could reach certain parts of the site that have restricted access. A Fujifilm FDR nano was the hospital’s choice for its compact design and high image quality. The team took delivery of the mobile during the height of lockdown.

“The slimline design and ergonomics of the FDR nano made it an ideal choice for us,” said radiology manager Victoria Underwood. “Not only does it allow us to access parts of the hospital that were previously a challenge with our traditional mobiles, but all reports from the team have been very positive. We find it very easy to use and the rapid image processing has helped our workflow. Image quality is of a very high standard and delivered at a low dose.

“Delivery took place during lockdown and was a little delayed, but the unit was then rapidly installed and training took place immediately. The team loves its FDR nano.”

Well-suited to confined spaces or hard to reach areas, the lightweight cart design means easy handling while advanced image processing technology combined with the waterproof, antibacterial D-Evo II detector delivers high image quality.

Picture: Fujifilm UK senior account manager Iain Sims, radiographer Rachel Davis, chief x-ray engineer and PACS manager Mark Abbott, assistant practitioner Jamie Brown, radiology engineer David Huggett and radiographer Alessandro Cerrito.

Published on the front page of the December 2020 issue of RAD Magazine.

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