Cervical cancer: New scanners help fight against disease in the Midlands

Cervical cancer: New scanners help fight against disease in the Midlands
 

The University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust has adopted the diagnostic system, called ZedScan, at the gynaecology departments at both the Royal Stoke University Hospital and the County Hospital.
The portable device offers a more accurate diagnosis for women who are at risk of cervical cancer, by measuring and detecting tissue changes in women identified with an abnormal smear test.
The system offers real-time and more accurate detection of pre-cancerous cells than standard colposcopy enabling clinicians to make better informed decisions at a patient’s first visit.
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28 September 2016 in Regional West, Views: 33
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