Pictured at the Wlliam Harvey Hospital in Ashford, Kent, following the handover of one of a batch of four GE Healthcare Logiq E9 systems are (from left) GE Healthcare ultrasound sales specialist Jayesh Odedra, ultrasonographers Louise Eatwell, Hazel Williams and Suzanne Senapathi, STO Karyn Baldock, NHS professional Oyebola Aina, consultant radiologist Dr William Webb and GE Healthcare ultrasound training manager Karen Walton.
The Logiq E9 is proving to be a popular choice for radiology ultrasound imaging. It features a wide range of new tools such as Volume Navigation that allows the user to do more than ever before in superficial and abdominal applications, and the Fusion tool to merge real-time ultrasound with previously acquired CT, MR or ultrasound images to directly compare lesions while taking advantage of the strengths of each imaging modality.
According to hospital advanced ultrasound practitioner Fay Smith: “We are very pleased with our new GE ultrasound machines; they are user friendly and give us good detail and clarity of imaging.”
See the full report on page 36 of the January 2011 issue of RAD Magazine.