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Telephone Support Line 0800 092 7640

Available Monday to Friday 9.00am-5.00pm

Telephone Support Line 0800 092 7640

Available Monday to Friday 9.00am-5.00pm

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Categories: Equipment

Moving and static imaging for Nuclear Medicine

In 2019, Big C awarded an equipment grant of £38,054 to the Department of Nuclear Medicine at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital so that two rooms in this facility could be equipped with moving and static image LED ceiling panels and also equipped with a built in media unit

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NNUH Targeted Radiotherapy Appeal

Big C pledged £50,000 to the appeal by the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital for Targeted Radiotherapy. This aimed to bring a targeted treatment through a process of treatment called Brachytherapy. The target for this treatment was to be in place by 2015. Initially it was to be used to treat men with prostate

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Faster analysis of facial tumours

£17,000 in autumn 2013 to the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital for improved equipment for cancer detection. Patients with facial tumours may need part or all of their upper or lower jaw removed.  Following the operation, the tumour is examined under a microscope to determine what further treatment may be

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Accurate limb measurement

Improved treatment for skin cancer and plastic surgery patients £14,112 in autumn 2012 to the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital. Cancer treatment can cause a condition called lymphoedema, where fluid accumulates in areas of the body, causing swelling.  This can be painful and lead to infections, so early diagnosis and

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Highly accurate tumour targeting

£21,411 in spring 2011 for the development of stereotactic radiotherapy (SRT) at Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital. SRT delivers high precision targeted radiotherapy to tumours, with a high chance of control or cure. There is strong evidence of its effectiveness in the treatment of brain tumours, lung cancer and brain metastases

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Barrett’s Oesophagus

High tech procedure to save lives £53,450 in spring 2010 for cutting edge HALO technology at Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital’s Department of General Surgery. This new equipment allowed for Endoscopic Radiofrequency Ablation (RFA) to be performed on patients with Barrett’s Oesophagus (a condition that can lead to cancer due

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More software for analysis of scan results

£27,777 in autumn 2009 for imaging software for the Radiology Department at the James Paget University Hospital. Viewing and analysis of results from medical imaging procedures (for example CT or MRI scans) requires specialized software, which had been limited to 4 workstations within the department.  These are often unavailable during

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An ultrasound and biopsy unit for NNUH

£37,950 in spring 2009 to provide a trans-rectal ultrasound and biopsy unit for the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, with a further £5,000 contributed from the Norfolk and Waveney Prostate Cancer Support Group. Prostate cancer is now the most common cancer in men, excluding simple skin cancers.  A trans-rectal ultrasound

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Pigmentation services for breast cancer patients

£9,774 was awarded to the James Paget University Hospital in spring 2009 to fund a nurse to provide pigmentation services to breast cancer patients. Following breast cancer surgery and breast reconstruction a new nipple/areola can be created using a procedure called micro-pigmentation. This involves cosmetic tattooing with coloured pigments and

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