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PLH Medical have been privileged to be involved in many amazing healthcare, wildlife and charitable projects worldwide. Working tirelessly with leading organisations to provide solutions and technical expertise to support diagnostic imaging across a wide range of applications and needs.

 

These are just some examples of the projects we are proud to be involved with:

 

 

Siemens introduces a new ultrasound system: the ACUSON P500

The ACUSON P500TM FROSK is a portable, ultrasound system. It is extremely easy to use and provides excellent 2D and colour Doppler imaging thanks to built-in

sophisticated technologies migrated from Siemens' ACUSON S FamilyTM of premium ultrasound systems.

 

The ACUSON P500 introduces two new premium technologies that continuously

provide sharp ultrasound images, regardless of animal or probe motion - Dynamic Persistence and patent-pending Auto Flash Artefact Suppression. Working together, these technologies detect movements that affect image quality, and automatically reduce noise while simultaneously enhancing colour sensitivity for clear images.

 

 

New state of the art hospitals in Ghana

The Ghana Ministry of Health and NMS Infrastructure Ltd have invested $175 million for the delivery of six new district hospitals under its programme to invigorate regional and district health care throughout Ghana. New district hospitals will be developed in Dodowa, Sekondi, Kumawu, Abetifi, Fomena and Garu-Tempane. A seventh hospital – The European Hospital in the Takoradi Metropolitan District – will be upgraded and re-equipped.

 

PLH Medical will be providing diagnostic imaging systems for the project as well as on the ground installation and technical support services.

 

 

PLH Medical and Wildlife Vets International move forward together to help endangered wildlife in the Seychelles.

PLH Medical, a leading Agfa Healthcare Distributor provided the support, expertise and equipment for this exciting rescue project.

 

Turtles are poached for their shells and Mud turtles, as the native terrapins are called, live in muddy marshes that continue to be developed. Therefore many are found homeless wandering the roads and subsequently come in to contact with moving cars.

 

Marine Conservation Society, Seychelles, has formed a partnership with Banyan Tree Resorts to rescue, rehabilitate and protect these  species in particular. There are less than 200 red bellied mud turtles so every individual counts.

 

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