Two fully equipped, state-of-the-art fluoroscopy rooms

At ABC Hospital, we have recently opened two fully equipped and state-of-the-art fluoroscopy rooms. These fluoroscopy rooms are the first of their kind in the region and offer some of


At ABC Hospital, we have recently opened two fully equipped and state-of-the-art fluoroscopy rooms. These fluoroscopy rooms are the first of their kind in the region and offer some of the most advanced medical diagnostic imaging technology available.

Fluoroscopy is a form of medical imaging that uses X-rays to produce real-time, moving images of the inside of a patient’s body. This type of imaging is used to diagnose musculoskeletal disorders, diagnose heart conditions, and provide abdominal studies. With technology this sophisticated, doctors can identify abnormalities and take vital preventative measures.

At ABC Hospital, our new fluoroscopy rooms featureGE Healthcare revolutionized technology that provides clearer images with reduced radiation dose. In addition, our cutting-edge equipment allows medical professionals to perform multiple examinations in a single x-ray session, quickly obtaining necessary results. Plus, these rooms are specifically designed for comfort to enhance the patient experience.

The opening of our two new fluoroscopy rooms is an exciting development for both our hospital staff and our community at large. For improved diagnostic imaging options and better health outcomes for patients throughout our region, ABC Hospital will continue to stay at the forefront of medical imaging innovation.

In recent years, the medical community has seen the importance of modern, up-to-date facilities in providing quality patient care. As such, Rodman Medical Facility has just unveiled two brand new fluoroscopy rooms, designed with the latest in imaging technology.

Fluoroscopy is an important tool used in many medical procedures and diagnostics. Not only can it help detect abnormalities or diagnose illnesses, but it also allows physicians to see internal organs in action. All of this is possible due to a real-time x-ray machine and monitor that are housed in these new fluoroscopy rooms.

The updated equipment not only improves the quality of images and increase safety for both the patient and doctor, but allows for greater accuracy in diagnosis, improved physics characteristics and capabilities of the machines, and potential for enhanced image quality as well.

At a higher level, the installation of these two state-of-the art fluoroscopy rooms helps support Rodman Medical Facility’s overall goal to provide exceptional healthcare for its patients. By having cutting-edge technology available at their fingertips, physicians and surgeons have improved resources to make accurate diagnoses and more effective treatment plans.

Moreover, the installation of these new fluoroscopy rooms shows Rodman Medical Facility’s commitment to making sure they stay on top of emerging medical trends—a testament to their strive for excellence and insistence on providing the best possible care to their patients. For these reasons, we expect Rodman Medical Facility to remain as one of the premier providers of medical care in the area.

Healthcare providers and patients in the Southwest just received great news: two brand new state-of-the-art fluoroscopy rooms are now open for business.

Fluoroscopy is a type of imaging that uses X-rays to help doctors diagnose and develop care plans for patients. In a hospital setting, it commonly is used when a patient needs detailed images of the organs, bones, and soft tissue, such as checking on implants like knee replacements. It can be used during other medical procedures, such as gastric bypass surgery, angioplasty, or even endoscopies.

The best part: both rooms come fully loaded with the latest technologies. Patients will receive crystal clear imaging results due to the new rooms’ dedicated software and updated equipment. Plus, both rooms offer state-of-the-art shielding to protect patients from excess radiation exposure – something we all consider carefully with any imaging test.

With the addition of these two new rooms, patient wait times should drop dramatically since each room can process up to three patients per hour. Previously, the hospital had only one room dedicated to fluoroscopy and that meant much longer wait times for its patients.

Ultimately, these two new rooms are providing Southwest healthcare providers with an invaluable service. The improved imaging quality allows doctors to make more accurate diagnoses and develop more effective treatment plans for their patients – faster – than ever before.