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CT scanner

computerized tomography scanner: an X-ray machine that can produce stereographic images
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A spokeswoman for Cwm Taf University Health Board said: "Our new computerised tomography (CT) scanner, which will offer advanced diagnostic tests, is due to replace the existing CT scanner at Royal Glamorgan Hospital in Llantrisant later this year.
Prior to its arrival, the hospital used a mobile CT scanner based in its car park two days a week.
The new technology, called spectral CT, uses the full spectrum of the X-ray beam to differentiate objects that would be indistinguishable with a regular CT scanner that sees only black and white.
He said: "We want to secure a CT scanner for the Louth Hospital which has become increasingly busy in recent years.
2 million higher than a single technologist model, assuming an 80% capacity for the CT scanner in this 18-hour period.
7 million CT scanner that allows technicians to capture multiple images of a patient's anatomy six times faster than other machines.
A CT scanner and a Sinterstation 2000 will cost at least an additional $600,000.
Tenders are invited for Positron Emission Tomography CT Scanner