Siemens to Provide Radiography Systems to UK Hospital

Salisbury District Hospital, which is managed by Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust, has enhanced its radiography service with the upgrade to a Luminos dRF™ two-in-one fluoroscopy and radiography digital imaging system from Siemens Healthcare.  It was selected based on system design to cope with an increase in bariatric patients and spinal injuries.

Featuring a new Ysio™ general imaging extension, the Luminos dRF offers a greater level of versatility enabling digital imaging with a wireless portable detector, plus projection flexibility with the ceiling-suspended tube and a wall stand for performing erect examinations.  Salisbury District Hospital’s system is being used for a range of general requirements including video-urodynamic scans and diaphragmatic screening.

The system’s new wireless direct digital detector delivers fully digital, high-resolution images for review within seconds to assist with faster, more efficient workflow.  It enables staff to perform more diverse imaging in combination with the ceiling-suspended tube, including at the wall stand, standing feet or lateral decubitus imaging.  The ceiling-mounted tube also features a vertical tracking function with the wall stand for fast positioning. 

“The wireless detector makes examinations so much easier for both staff and patients,” said Emma Lunn, Radiographer at Salisbury District Hospital.  “System design was a key factor in the equipment selection as we needed a strong table weight limit for heavier patients plus a table that can be lowered for spinal patient transfers.  The Luminos dRF is ideally placed to fulfil both these needs.”

“New enhancements to the Luminos system enable virtually limitless projection flexibility to improve the examination process and provide a more comfortable experience for the patient,” said Alex Edwards, Product Specialist for Fluoroscopy Systems at Siemens Healthcare.  “The system is a great solution for cost-effective, high quality imaging in radiography and fluoroscopy and we are delighted that it is improving both the user and patient experience at Salisbury District Hospital.”

 

Siemens adds virtually limitless projection flexibility to Luminos dRF

 

Salisbury District Hospital, which is managed by Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust, has enhanced its radiography service with the upgrade to a Luminos dRF™ two-in-one fluoroscopy and radiography digital imaging system from Siemens Healthcare.  It was selected based on system design to cope with an increase in bariatric patients and spinal injuries.

 

Featuring a new Ysio™ general imaging extension, the Luminos dRF offers a greater level of versatility enabling digital imaging with a wireless portable detector, plus projection flexibility with the ceiling-suspended tube and a wall stand for performing erect examinations.  Salisbury District Hospital’s system is being used for a range of general requirements including video-urodynamic scans and diaphragmatic screening.

 

The system’s new wireless direct digital detector delivers fully digital, high-resolution images for review within seconds to assist with faster, more efficient workflow.  It enables staff to perform more diverse imaging in combination with the ceiling-suspended tube, including at the wall stand, standing feet or lateral decubitus imaging.  The ceiling-mounted tube also features a vertical tracking function with the wall stand for fast positioning. 

 

“The wireless detector makes examinations so much easier for both staff and patients,” said Emma Lunn, Radiographer at Salisbury District Hospital.  “System design was a key factor in the equipment selection as we needed a strong table weight limit for heavier patients plus a table that can be lowered for spinal patient transfers.  The Luminos dRF is ideally placed to fulfil both these needs.”

 

“New enhancements to the Luminos system enable virtually limitless projection flexibility to improve the examination process and provide a more comfortable experience for the patient,” said Alex Edwards, Product Specialist for Fluoroscopy Systems at Siemens Healthcare.  “The system is a great solution for cost-effective, high quality imaging in radiography and fluoroscopy and we are delighted that it is improving both the user and patient experience at Salisbury District Hospital.”

 

Salisbury District Hospital upgrades to digital radiography and fluoroscopy system

Siemens adds virtually limitless projection flexibility to Luminos dRF

 

Salisbury District Hospital, which is managed by Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust, has enhanced its radiography service with the upgrade to a Luminos dRF™ two-in-one fluoroscopy and radiography digital imaging system from Siemens Healthcare.  It was selected based on system design to cope with an increase in bariatric patients and spinal injuries.

 

Featuring a new Ysio™ general imaging extension, the Luminos dRF offers a greater level of versatility enabling digital imaging with a wireless portable detector, plus projection flexibility with the ceiling-suspended tube and a wall stand for performing erect examinations.  Salisbury District Hospital’s system is being used for a range of general requirements including video-urodynamic scans and diaphragmatic screening.

 

The system’s new wireless direct digital detector delivers fully digital, high-resolution images for review within seconds to assist with faster, more efficient workflow.  It enables staff to perform more diverse imaging in combination with the ceiling-suspended tube, including at the wall stand, standing feet or lateral decubitus imaging.  The ceiling-mounted tube also features a vertical tracking function with the wall stand for fast positioning. 

 

“The wireless detector makes examinations so much easier for both staff and patients,” said Emma Lunn, Radiographer at Salisbury District Hospital.  “System design was a key factor in the equipment selection as we needed a strong table weight limit for heavier patients plus a table that can be lowered for spinal patient transfers.  The Luminos dRF is ideally placed to fulfil both these needs.”

 

“New enhancements to the Luminos system enable virtually limitless projection flexibility to improve the examination process and provide a more comfortable experience for the patient,” said Alex Edwards, Product Specialist for Fluoroscopy Systems at Siemens Healthcare.  “The system is a great solution for cost-effective, high quality imaging in radiography and fluoroscopy and we are delighted that it is improving both the user and patient experience at Salisbury District Hospital.”

 

Salisbury District Hospital upgrades to digital radiography and fluoroscopy system

Siemens adds virtually limitless projection flexibility to Luminos dRF

 

Salisbury District Hospital, which is managed by Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust, has enhanced its radiography service with the upgrade to a Luminos dRF™ two-in-one fluoroscopy and radiography digital imaging system from Siemens Healthcare.  It was selected based on system design to cope with an increase in bariatric patients and spinal injuries.

 

Featuring a new Ysio™ general imaging extension, the Luminos dRF offers a greater level of versatility enabling digital imaging with a wireless portable detector, plus projection flexibility with the ceiling-suspended tube and a wall stand for performing erect examinations.  Salisbury District Hospital’s system is being used for a range of general requirements including video-urodynamic scans and diaphragmatic screening.

 

The system’s new wireless direct digital detector delivers fully digital, high-resolution images for review within seconds to assist with faster, more efficient workflow.  It enables staff to perform more diverse imaging in combination with the ceiling-suspended tube, including at the wall stand, standing feet or lateral decubitus imaging.  The ceiling-mounted tube also features a vertical tracking function with the wall stand for fast positioning. 

 

“The wireless detector makes examinations so much easier for both staff and patients,” said Emma Lunn, Radiographer at Salisbury District Hospital.  “System design was a key factor in the equipment selection as we needed a strong table weight limit for heavier patients plus a table that can be lowered for spinal patient transfers.  The Luminos dRF is ideally placed to fulfil both these needs.”

 

“New enhancements to the Luminos system enable virtually limitless projection flexibility to improve the examination process and provide a more comfortable experience for the patient,” said Alex Edwards, Product Specialist for Fluoroscopy Systems at Siemens Healthcare.  “The system is a great solution for cost-effective, high quality imaging in radiography and fluoroscopy and we are delighted that it is improving both the user and patient experience at Salisbury District Hospital.”

 

Published on : Thu, 9 Sep 2010


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