one hour, because now we are not taking them into the CAT scanner
, they are coming here directly, so there are 100mn cells you can protect," he said.
Giving an enormously expensive CAT scanner
may actually be easier than sending someone to ask what is truly needed.
Jan said: "The vet recommended we try to find a hospital who would let us use their CAT scanner
, so we looked around.
The planned mural would stretch along half a mile of corridor, with the aim that each scene would be sponsored and the cash go to the CAT scanner
Two momarsa for the supply of (a) an advanced cat scanner
for dental medicine work, also (b) a panorama dental medicine instrument.
And the Royal Veterinary College admitted yesterday it had received several requests for the use of its heavy-duty CAT scanner
- specially built to take the weight of a horse.
He was instrumental in bringing the first CAT Scanner
to the state of West Virginia.
This new convenience is not afforded by a new mega-million dollar, van mounted CAT scanner
; its an iPhone -- yes, there's an app for that.
A staunch charity supporter, he became a well known figure in the late 1970s when he launched an appeal to buy a CAT scanner
for Walsgrave Hospital.
A cost-plus reimbursement system has a hazard, illustrated by the spocryphal story of a hospital administrator who was considering buying a new $1 million CAT scanner
. He asked his controller whether such a piece of equipment was covered under the cost-plus Medicare reimbursement rules.
This loan assisted the hospital in securing a CAT scanner
for the region's first cardiovascular center.
Today, we have the relatively new 64-slice CAT scanner
, allowing people to walk into a scanning center and leave less than an hour later with complete, detailed pictures of their hearts or even their whole bodies.