Third Aplio XG equips new room

Radiographic assistant Jade Rowan, radiologist Dr Andy McNeill, Toshiba Medical Systems applications specialist Tracey Bellas, superintendent radiographer/lead sonographer Marilyn Wilkinson and consultant radiologist Dr Sally Athey in the radiology department at South Tyneside Hospital.


The radiology department at South Tyneside Hospital has installed a Toshiba Aplio XG in its newly-built room, bringing the department’s number of Aplio XG systems to three.  The addition is expected to create more flexibility and throughput in the department.


Superintendent radiographer/lead sonographer Marilyn Wilkinson said: “We have Aplio XGs installed in our other scan rooms and we wanted to standardise our image quality as all systems have multiple users.  The scanners are user-friendly and reliable and the image quality is very good, particularly in our rapidly expanding MSK ultrasound service.”


See the full report on page 2 of the November 2011 issue of RAD Magazine.


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