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Tokyo Women's MC Gets PACS Displays

June 19, 2009
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Tokyo Women’s Medical University Medical Center East in Japan has ordered a supply of diagnostic display systems for its new PACS system from Belgium-based Barco.

The company says the Medical Center also ordered 60 units of Barco’s MDRC clinical review displays to be used as quality-controlled review monitors in the various hospital departments.

Tokyo Women’s Medical University, located in Kawada-cho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, is a renowned, state-of-the-art hospital with 1,423 beds. The University Hospital has nine medical centers, and Tokyo Women's Medical University Medical Center East, located in Nishiogu, Arakawa-ku, Tokyo, is the second largest medical center of them with 478 beds. This center has about 1,800 outpatients per day serving the northeastern Tokyo area.



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