News from Siemens Healthineers UK and Ireland
Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital expands Nuclear Medicine service for improved patient experience
The expansion of nuclear medicine services facilitates improved patient access to imaging and treatment, paving the way for new procedures and therapies.
Siemens Healthineers facilitates access to MRI with cost-effective whole-body scanner
Siemens Healthineers presents Magnetom Free.Star, a cost-effective whole-body MRI scanner, designed to enable significantly better access to magnetic resonance imaging worldwide.
Siemens Healthineers launches world’s first CT scanner with photon-counting technology
Siemens Healthineers launches Naeotom Alpha, the world’s first photon-counting CT scanner allowing an increase in resolution and reduction in radiation dose for a jump in image quality impossible with conventional CT scanners.
Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust streamlines clinical workflow and bolsters patient care
Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust has installed a series of new C-arms, interventional imaging, mobile X-ray and ultrasound equipment. The upgrades form part of over 350 installations scheduled over a 15-year Value Partnership.
Trinity College Dublin expands neuroscience research capabilities with first 3T MRI of its kind in Ireland
The first MAGNETOM Prisma 3T MRI system in Ireland has been installed to support researchers at Trinity College Dublin as they conduct a series of neuroscience projects including research into brain development, Alzheimer’s and autism.