The Royal Oldham Hospital praises image quality & equipment service support
London, 5 July 2021: The Royal Oldham Hospital, Greater Manchester, is celebrating the first anniversary of its Ultimax-i ‘three-in-one’ angiography, fluoroscopy and radiology system from Canon Medical Systems UK.
Reflecting on its first year of service, Helena Hill, Interventional Radiology and Fluoroscopy Manager at The Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust states, “The Ultimax-i has given us a flexible resource to manage Musculoskeletal (MSK) and upper gastrointestinal (GI) work. Our endoscopy staff and speech therapists feel it has changed the way they work with brilliant image quality and the multi-directional digital C-arm.”
“The quality of service and applications support we receive from Canon Medical is amazingly reliable – everyone is so friendly and helpful. If we need an engineer to support, one comes out straight away which gives total peace of mind that they were the right choice of provider and remain committed to our equipment long after the procurement process has ended. We look forward to many more years of working in imaging partnership,” she continues.
The Ultimax-i is a multi-directional, interactive digital C-arm requiring minimal space requirements. It is also a multi-purpose system designed for ultimate clinical flexibility to meet the needs of DR, angiography and fluoroscopy.
Daniel Parr, Interventional X-ray & HIT Modality Manager at Canon Medical states, “The Ultimax-i answers the need for improving efficiency in healthcare imaging by providing a single, multi-purpose system that can provide simple radiography procedures, full head-to-toe coverage and angio-lab capabilities at low dose. We’re delighted to hear from The Royal Oldham Hospital that our product innovation and NHS imaging service support still meets the grade, a year on.”
Photo caption: The Royal Oldham Hospital, Greater Manchester, is celebrating the first anniversary of its Ultimax-i ‘three-in-one’ angiography, fluoroscopy and radiology system from Canon Medical Systems UK.