Dear reader, please find the new SICOT presentation poster by clicking the picture to the left.
“THE DIAGNOSTIC UTILITY AND COST EFFECTIVNESS OF USING A
HANDHELD CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME TESTING DEVICE AT A
DISTRICT GENERAL HOSPITAL”
Writers: DAMJANA DERHAM , D. HARLE, R. BASSI, J. FISCHER, M. WASEEM, MACCLESFIELD DISTRICT GENERAL HOSPITAL (MDGH), EAST CHESHIRE, UK
- Savings about 120£/patient compared to traditional system, says Veijo Lesonen, CEO of Mediracer UK Ltd.
The interpretations in the poster were given by nurse DAMJANA DERHAM very familiar to the Mediracer System.
- In this year Damjana Derham has made about 170 Mediracer Examinations at MACCLESFIELD DISTRICT GENERAL HOSPITAL, reports Mr. Lesonen from Oxford.
- It’s a small hospital. (Nick knows it better), Mr. Lesonen continues.
Helge: Thanks, Veijo, I’ll write about it when the product specialist Nick Hamar comes with details. It’s my understanding that Mediracer is approaching the general hospitals and smaller units to get closer to the patients in need for CTS testing.