Vantage Orian MRI passes test as ‘workhorse’ to support imaging overhaul at
Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust

Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust has praised the robustness and reliability of its Canon Medical Vantage Orian 1.5T MRI at Wycombe Hospital to underpin a major imaging modernisation project. The MRI is currently playing a ‘workhorse’ role in delivering reliable and continuous patient scanning as the Trust updates its MRI equipment across the hospital sites.

“It’s an unusual time for us at the moment, running a single hospital MRI and temporary relocatable MRI unit, but we feel fortunate to have the Vantage Orian MRI in place. It is providing fantastic all-round diagnostic support for MSK, neuro and cardiac workloads. Its resilience is really being tested and it has coped brilliantly with the additional volume of patients,” states Gemma Walsh, Deputy Lead MRI Radiographer at Buckinghamshire NHS Trust.

“The Vantage Orian promises advanced productivity and it doesn’t disappoint,” continues Gemma Walsh. “The Advanced intelligent Clear-IQ Engine (AiCE) Deep Learning reconstruction technology produces great MR images that are detailed and low in noise. This reduces scan times and produces valuable diagnostic images first time.”

“The proof of a sound diagnostic imaging innovation is when it is put to the test,” states Vanessa Ellis, MR Modality Manager at Canon Medical UK. “We’re delighted that the Vantage Orian at Wycombe Hospital is standing up to its current workload challenges and will help the Trust fulfil its exciting plans for a new and futureproofed imaging service.”

Photo Caption: The original Canon Medical Systems MRI Orian magnet delivery to High Wycombe Hospital