CT Scanner In A Children’s Hospital In New York – A Pirate-themed Design

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Everyone knows a hospitalization is not a pleasant experience especially for children. The children’s clinic of Presbyterian Morgan Stanley in New York is a typical example of a less stressful setting up after one has built a computer tomography, which is designed in the style of the pirate. When it was time to replace the old CT scanner, the hospital staff decided for a scanner with reduced radiation dose and remarkable design.


It looks like the little patients of one of the largest children’s hospitals in the country are this pirate ship high estimate. “Ghoulish Pirates that are shown there but a Pussycat pirate and one who looks like Curious George.” – says Dr. Carrie Ruzal-Shapiro, the head physician of de Pediatric Radiology. “These new acquisitions did very well like the parents. It is less scary for their children.

The certified nurse Naomi Hawkins says the best feedback received is: “Hurry up and come out, so I can play”

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Animated Heroes enjoy the little patients

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Highly technologically and playful at the same time

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The new CT scanners with lower radiation dose

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Less creepy experiences in the clinic

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The doctors discuss the new acquisition

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Easy and fast

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