OglioPo, the most advanced diagnostics for medicine and emergencies

Casamaggiore – Oglio Po Hospital has been enriched with two new and important Ultrasound Scanners Thanks to the many donations. The diagnostic devices were presented yesterday morning in two stages. The first was performed in the multidisciplinary care unit of the Department of Medicine, to which the Esaote ultrasound system is dedicated from the Amici dell’Ospedale Oglio Po, represented by the President. Claudio Tuscan And from Marya Pink Gizardi And by Rotary Club Brescello Tre Ducati, present with Alberto ZanettiSecretary Federica Sarzi, advisor. For Oglio Po, there was the medical director of Asst Rosario Caninothe doctors Raphael dancersAnd George spidersAnd Simon BonardiAnd Antonella populationAnd Laura PelagatiAnd Alessio pedrazineAnd Matthew MolftaAnd Marya Theresa aquaroneDaps . responsible person Rachel Benny And the main nurse Angela luciteIn addition to Angela Peggy From the administration secretariat.

Director of the emergency room at Oglio Po Antonella Grazia Capelli

Warm thanks to the friends of the hospital and Rotary – said Canino. The new ultrasound system will be an additional support in terms of the use of a stethoscope (the instrument used for visceral auscultation, editor).” “The device will be used to perform echocardiograms, color Doppler echo, and simple lung ultrasound,” Pallini explained. In turn, Rajni thanked, Director of Internal Medicine: “We felt the need for this ultrasound very often, and among other things, Dr. Pallini’s skills are applied even more.”

The ultrasound machine was donated to the medical department

The second stop was in the emergency room, where a mindray TE-7 color ultrasound system was donated by Amici dell’Oglio Po.. The device, explained Antonella Grazia Capelli, director of the emergency room, “allows a high level of image quality and great handling, and is extremely useful in critical situations for making quick and accurate decisions. Still, in the context of urgency, it makes it possible to use different probes, allowing a head-to-toe study to be carried out quickly on the patient’s bed.”

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