Remote control helps to reduce operator fatigue

At Wrexham Maelor Hospital with Toshiba Medical Systems clinical applications specialist Nicky Sims (third from right) are sonographer Beverly Raphs, deputy superintendent sonographer Carole Edwards, sonographers Samantha Smith and Angela Lloyd-Jones and chief vascular technologist Trevor Frankel.


Onsite training designed to maximise the use of three new Toshiba ultrasound machines was conducted recently at Wrexham Maelor Hospital.


Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board purchased two Aplio MX scanners and one Aplio XG.    One of the Aplio MX systems is a replacement system and will be used for general radiology including MSK, paediatric ultrasound, obstetrics and 3D gynaecology.  The second Aplio MX has been installed in Chirk local community hospital and the Aplio XG will be used purely for vascular work.     


See the full report on page 34 of the May 2011 issue of RAD Magazine.

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