Smooth workflow, excellent diagnostics and patient-friendly handling

With 715 beds, the University Hospital Maastricht is one of the leading hospitals in the Netherlands. The modern building offers 22 operating theatres and in 2005 24,362 patients were admitted. Due to rotating staff systems and multidisciplinary responsibilities in diagnostic imaging departments in large hospitals like the University Hospital Maastricht, the workflow has to be as easy as possible as well as clearly structured. The technical conditions the medical staff has to deal with play an extremely important role in fulfilling this need.

Dr Michiel de Haan, Head of the Department of Interventional Radiology
Dr Michiel de Haan, Head of the Department of Interventional Radiology

This article was first published in the VISIONS, issue 11/2007, a publication of Toshiba Medical Systems


More on the subject:More on companies:
Read all latest stories

Related articles


Sponsored • Computed Tomography

Mobile Imaging Solutions: Clinical Confidence Anywhere

To bridge new equipment installations in radiology, temporary high workloads, or long-term additional capacity, Canon Medical provides mobile solutions according to customers’ needs and wishes.


Video • Redesign & refresh

Canon Medical updates Aplio ultrasound systems

Canon Medical announced the commercial launch of the Aplio i-series / Prism Edition, a complete redesign of its premium ultrasound series. In addition, Aplio a-series, Canon Medical’s…


Sponsored • All-in-one imaging trailer

Mobile solutions for the COVID-19 frontline

With public health issues continuing to make daily mainstream news headlines across the world, it is clear how much change the healthcare environment is going through. Not only are there existing…

Related products

Subscribe to Newsletter