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Kingston Hospital Upgrades To Ulrich CT Motion Contrast Injectors

PUTTING PATIENTS AT THE HEART OF EVERYTHING WE DO

Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust recently decided to replace their existing Ulrich Missouri Injector units. As part of the Radiology MES upgrade, they sought to replace dated equipment with state-of-the-art reservoir CT technology with the view of significantly increasing patient safety and efficiency. They replaced their existing units with three Ulrich CT Motion Contrast Injector to enhance the service in their new CT Rooms. Farai Mugabe, CT Lead at Kingston Hospital commented that the CT Motion Injector successfully addressed the department’s current and future injector requirements.

 “We have seen a higher patient throughput, massive cost savings, a more efficient workflow and optimal contrast management since we introduced a multi dosing Platform in 2010 with the Ulrich injectors.”

REVOLUTIONISE YOUR CT CONTRAST SCANNING WORKFLOW

The Ulrich CT Motion Contrast Injector provides a seamless and time-saving examination and optimal workflow within CT departments across the NHS. The CT Motion requires one daily set up, utilising the only unlimited 24 hour day set on the market. Once prepared, the CT Motion is ready for use for 24 hours. Due to the two-part tubing system, only the single use patient tubing needs to be changed for each patient – the pump tubing can remain in place in the injector for 24 hours for as many injections as desired. Thus with the CT Motion, a patient changeover takes only a few seconds.

THE FUTURE OF KINGSTON HOSPITAL’S CT DEPARTMENT

It is expected that the new Ulrich CT Motion Contrast Injectors will enhance further these advantages with the added benefit of staff familiarity meaning a quicker adaption to the new equipment.

 “The fact that the injectors are wireless also introduces an element of flexibility in workflow management thereby further improving the service delivery.”

For further information on the Ulrich CT Injector, contact Bernard O'Brien:

Tel : 845 862 0688

Email: bobrien@synapsemed.co.uk


Pictured with one of the three new injectors are from L-R. CT Radiographer’s Erin Dowd,
Alice Pike, Andrew Aldea, Annabelle Dawes and Deputy CT Lead, Lynsey Wood.

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