New mammogram technology at clinic

  • Alaire Godfrey, managing director of Ultimate Imaging (Photograph provided)

    Alaire Godfrey, managing director of Ultimate Imaging (Photograph provided)

New technology to reduce pain and discomfort from mammogram examinations has been introduced at a clinic.

Alaire Godfrey, managing director at Ultimate Imaging, said: “This innovative technology is at the forefront of women’s imaging and provides an in-depth examination for the radiologist and creates a comfortable experience for the client.”

Ultimate Imaging, based in Hamilton’s Bermudiana Road, said it had bought a Senographe Pristina 3D ICAD Profound AI and a Pristina Dueta, built by tech firm GE Healthcare.

The Senographe Pristina was designed by women healthcare engineers to offer improved comfort for mammogram patients.

The Senographe Pristina Dueta is a “remote control” to allow women to manage compression during breast examinations.

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Published Feb 12, 2020 at 8:00 am (Updated Feb 12, 2020 at 5:24 am)

New mammogram technology at clinic

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