Spanish concerned at obsolete radiological equipment
This article was originally published in Clinica
Doctors in Spain have expressed concern that radiological equipment in hospitals is obsolete and needs to be renewed. Joaquin Fernandez Cruz, president of the Spanish Society of Radiological Medicine, says that around 60% of public health centres are using outdated radiological diagnostic devices which have far exceeded their ten-year life spans, and which therefore give poor quality images and emit high levels of radiation.
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