Are you doing quality assurance checks on your ultrasound systems?

Ultrasound QA is legally required under the Health & Social Care Act and recommended by BMUS (See here: BMUS QA Guidance)

Multi-Medix has highly trained and experienced staff, able to offer IPEM 102 ultrasound physics testing.

Multi-Medix “QA Protect” Service, offers a Physics QA Testing Service including the following:

Detailed inspection and test of each ultrasound probe

  • Drop out tests, including phased arrays.
  • Sensitivity/penetration.
  • Vertical/lateral distance.
  • Horizontal distance.
  • Axial resolution.
  • Grey scale/cyst.
  • Beam/slice thickness.
  • Noise.

Comprehensive report for each ultrasound system and probes.

Access to Multi-Medix’s scientific and technical teams.

Priority access to Multi-Medix’s advanced probe testing and probe loan pool.

Download our Physics Ultrasound QA Fact Sheet, here: QA Protect

The benefits of Multi-Medix Physics Testing

  • Compliance with IPEM 102
  • Independent review of user QA records.
  • Independent review of maintenance providers activity.
  • Early detection of defects.
  • Reduced risk to patients.
  • Compliant with BMUS and SCOR requirements for Physics testing

Interested in our training packages?

“Absolutely loved the training. Your enthusiasm and love for the subject really came through and made the training sessions all the better”

Introduction to Ultrasound course, June 21

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