A universal holder for the head and foot area of a patient undergoing a CT scan.
One Device That Replaces Both the Head Holder and Foot Holder
Eliminates Having to Remove and Replace Separate Holders Between Patients
Speeds the Process
Allows More Patients to Be Seen
Physically Makes It Easier on CT Technicians
Story Behind the Invention
Inventor Timothy D. Starks of Katy, TX has created an attachment that allows for quicker and easier CT scans. This innovative new product will benefit both the patient and the CT tech!\n
\nFor three decades of grueling work in CT scan, Timothy dealt with the physical strain of changing out attachments for body and head exams during long, exhausting shifts lasting 12 to 16 hours. The repetitive motion took a toll on his back and legs, leaving him sore and drained. Determined to find a solution, Starks was inspired to develop an attachment that would revolutionize the way technicians worked in busy emergency rooms and clinics. This attachment, born from his own experiences, promises to alleviate the backbreaking challenges faced by those in the field. Now, the future of medical imaging looks brighter, promising more efficient and comfortable examinations for all.\n
\nBut how does it work? The invention only has to be installed once. It securely holds either the head or foot area, eliminating the need to switch out attachments between patients. This reduces cycle time between scans, allowing more patients to be seen, while also reducing wait time. Additionally, it protects CT technicians from back injuries or repetitive stress injuries caused by changing out attachments.\n
\nStarks Universal CT Attachment is now ready for market! Want to learn more? Be the first to contact us NOW for additional information or for manufacturing, retail, wholesale, distribution, or licensing opportunities!
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