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UK MHRA's (Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Authority) DES (Device Evaluation Service) updates radiology reviews

This article was originally published in Clinica

Executive Summary

The Device Evaluation Service (DES) of the UK's Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Authority (MHRA) has published the third edition of Comparative specifications of single plane cardiovascular imaging systems. It covers the General Electric Innova 2000, Philips Integris Allura Xper FD10, MIS Shimadzu Angiospeed HF, Siemens Axiom Artis dFC, and Toshiba's Infinix CCi and Cci-FPD, among others. The DES' comparative specifications reports aim to assist prospective purchasers in the selection of equipment appropriate to their requirements, but do not contain evaluation data; the DES can supply the related evaluation reports upon request ( As part of its ongoing programme of evaluations of direct digital radiography systems, the DES has published a Digital imaging systems for general radiography report on the General Electric Medical Systems Revolution XR/d2.

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