Ultrasound Quality Assurance
Research shows that more than 1 in 3 Probes in clinical use are potentially defective1, and that basic checks as part of a Ultrasound Quality Assurance can detect these and ensure patient safety.
Supporting QCQ and ISAS requirements is an additional benefit of an ultrasound QA programme.
Multi-Medix is equipped to assist and offers a range of services to fit your needs and budget, including;
- User QA Training
- Annual QA
- Annual QA Audit
Contact us today to learn more.
The Multi-Medix team are built on the foundations of NHS Clinical Scientists, Clinical Technologists, and experienced business leaders, who are passionate about quality, customer service, value for money, and patient safety.
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1Dudley N, Woolley D. A multicentre survey of the condition of ultrasound probes. Ultrasound 2016.