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The Revolution has begun: BCF install first Veterinary GE Revolution ACT in the UK

GE Revolution ACT

BCF have taken the lead once again and had great pleasure in visiting Dragon Veterinary Centre in Cheltenham to install the latest GE Digital CT Scanner: the first to be installed in the UK.

GE Revolution ACT

So, what is The Revolution ACT?

Launched at the start of the year, the newest GE CT scanner: The Revolution ACT introduces major improvements in CT imaging. Incorporating innovative technology, an improved user interface and class leading image quality, the system delivers a solution that is not only affordable but assists vets to deliver the best possible care to patients.

Key improvements highlight the focus on helping customer workflow and includes a refined user interface which allows users to easily navigate the entire system.

On top of this, the use of revolutionary technology from GE’s flagship system means the new ACT system can deliver vastly improved image quality.

Discover more key benefits of the GE Revolution ACT by visiting the product section of our website:



And the verdict?

BCF radiographer and application specialist Kat Evans lead on the installation at Dragon Vets and was excited to be involved in the first UK Installation of the product:

“I was delighted to be involved in the first installation of the Revolution ACT scanner. As a leader in veterinary imaging, BCF focus on the customer and how we can help them improve animal care. The Revolution ACT helps us achieve our aim of making the workflow and diagnostic imaging of animals as easy as possible for customers. It has been great to work with the Dragon Vets team to install the first of these scanners in the UK.”

GE Revolution ACT


Commenting on the install Dragon Vet’s Alan Lack (vet) said:

“Firstly, Kat from BCF has been great! The installation and training on the machine was very simple and without hiccup! It was great to have access to a radiographer to set up our protocols and be at the end of the phone should any issues arise.”

Alan then went on to comment on the Revolution ACT as well as why he thinks CT scanning benefits patients:

“I think we’ve done around 16 scans so far and the image quality seems to be excellent. I’ve also found that after the inevitable getting to grips with a new piece of software, the process of performing a scan and acquiring images is straightforward. The machine is easy to turn on and shut down and I’ve been impressed by its cooling speed.”

“As a progressive first opinion practice, we’ve found that CT has already benefited our patients: detecting subtle lung patterns, pulmonary metastasis where thoracic radiographs were unremarkable, and even a large brain tumour in a polydipsic Boxer dog. We are starting to establish our outpatient service and are already receiving outpatient referrals which benefits all the local practices as their clients now do not need to travel such great distances for advanced imaging.”

BCF supply a comprehensive range of CT and MRI systems to suit a range of needs for small animal practice. We also supply a full range of ultrasound, X-ray and PACS products, CPD training courses, online clinical resources and full service support.

To find out more contact Nigel Perry; 3D Sales Manager - 07876 202 016.

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