Versatile scanning suits patients large and small

Pictured at the handover of a GE Healthcare Logiq E9 ultrasound system to Birmingham Children’s Hospital are lead sonographer Jean Cahalane, advanced paediatric sonographers Andy Williams and Richard Brindley (holding a GE Healthcare Vscan pocket-size visualisation tool), GE Healthcare ultrasound sales specialist Jacquie Mather and applications specialist Sandra Twardun, and advanced paediatric sonographer Romesh Attwal.


When the hospital replaced ageing ultrasound equipment it needed a system that could produce high quality diagnostic images on nearly all sizes of patient, from neonates to adults.


Jean Cahalane said: “The Logiq E9 is used for a full range of paediatric scans and due to the light weight and ease of movement, it has been taken to wards for post-operative renal and liver transplant patients.”


See the full report on page 3 of the November 2011 issue of RAD Magazine.

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