Ulster’s Eleva maintains high patient throughput

Pictured, from left, are radiography assistant Sonja Ackerman, senior radiographer Linda Brown, Philips Healthcare customer support engineer Neil Edgar, superintendent radiographer Karen Mills, Philips executive assistant Tonette Ward, consultant radiologist Dr Peter Ball, assistant radiology services manager Jeanette Crossey, Philips operations manager Billy Nolan, senior radiographer Debbie Arlow and Philips account manager Morgan Evers.


Ulster Hospital has purchased a state-of the-art Philips MultiDiagnost Eleva system with flat detector and remote controlled C-arm to assist with diagnoses and interventions on the same system.  It comes with a range of features to cover a broad area of applications, including gastrointestinal and vascular diagnoses and interventions, orthopaedics, urology and trauma.


Superintendent radiographer Karen Mills said: “The Eleva has given us a system which is straightforward to use, produces excellent image quality at a very low dose and the reliability that is necessary in order to maintain the high patient throughput required.”


See the full report on page 19 of the January 2012 issue of RAD Magazine.


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