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Marconi scores international CT sales

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Three Mx8000 multislice CT scanners, accompanied by MxView workstations, and nine Acqsim CT products will soon be on their way to customers in Europe and Canada. The scanners will be installed at three trauma hospitals in Ireland. Meanwhile, separate

Three Mx8000 multislice CT scanners, accompanied by MxView workstations, and nine Acqsim CT products will soon be on their way to customers in Europe and Canada. The scanners will be installed at three trauma hospitals in Ireland. Meanwhile, separate agreements with Cancer Care Ontario and the Romanian government have accounted for the sale of nine Acqsim CT scanners, which are used for radiotherapy planning and simulation.

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