August 29, 2017
Clinicians can now see their patients images
Our e-reports now have a link whereby clinicians/GP’s can gain access to their patients images for that report. This is a fantastic tool and a picture can tell a thousand words. If you would like to be set up with access to see all of your patients images at any one time then this tool…
November 1, 2017
Save images from Iconnect
To download some of your images from our new online system follow these steps. Log into our website with your user ID and password. Select the study you want to look at. Click on the image you are wanting to save. Select the print button. Right click on the image and select ‘Save picture as’ Save…
October 5, 2017
Our detailed morphology scan now includes assessment of the cervical length which has the potential of finding those at risk of pre-term delivery.
October 5, 2017
Our new software means mammography patients are now receiving half the radiation dose with superior imaging. Our Breast Ultrasound Elastography tool has increased our specificity of characterisation of breast lesions resulting in less unnecessary biopsies. Women’s Imaging also does Male Breast Imaging and Dexa Scans.
September 26, 2017
Bowel preparation is now recommended when GP’s are referring patients for an endometriosis scan. Bowel preparation allows for clearer images and a more comprehensive assessment of the pelvic area which may influence surgery-related decisions. Bowel preparation is always mild and usually well tolerated. Commonly it requires the patient to take a mild laxative the night…
August 28, 2017
Patients can now view their own images online
Patients have now been empowered to view their own images after their examination with us. When you come to us for your scan you will be given your own unique username and password. When you go home you can simply log on through our website and view your own images. Its a fantastic tool. Just…
August 26, 2017
Blood Tests prior to 12 week scan
GPs are advised that for patients undergoing 12-week pregnancy scans, 1st Trimester bloods/Maternal Serum must be completed seven working days prior to the scan in order to obtain accurate results or from 10 weeks of pregnancy.