Friday, February 8, 2013

Oregon Institute of Technology Installs 16 Toshiba Ultrasound Systems

To train students with the most advanced ultrasound technology available, Oregon Institute of Technology (Oregon Tech) installed 16 Aplio(TM) 300 ultrasound systems from Toshiba America Medical Systems, Inc. Oregon Tech will use the Aplio 300s to teach students in three medical imaging undergraduate programs.

"Oregon Tech offers a robust curriculum with more than 150 students imaging daily, so we needed reliable ultrasound equipment with no downtime and a partner offering exceptional service support," said LeAnn Maupin, professor of vascular technology and chair of medical imaging technology, Oregon Tech. "Toshiba's Aplio 300 gives Oregon Tech a competitive edge by offering students the most advanced technology with high quality images. The systems are ideal for an educational setting because they're easy to use with the ability to customize protocols for a variety of curriculums."

In addition, Oregon Tech utilizes other Toshiba ultrasound systems, including three Xario(TM) XGs, one Aplio Artida(TM) and five Aplio XGs.

source: Oregon Institute of Technology

1 comment:

LizRVT said...

Each of the OIT Vascular Ultrasound tech grads on my regional team generally have taught me aclot during my employment at Mint Medical Vascular Labs. Thank you for adding to my training.
-Liz Tenny, BS, RVT at Mint Medical