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Successful completion of the 3rd Preventive Maintenance rounds for the equipment deployed under the ORIO TB-project ‘Accelerating Case Detection of TB in Ghana’.   This year the preventive maintenance was done again by two teams of clinical engineers (Ghana Health Service) and Universal Delft biomedical engineers, one team addressing the project sites in the Northern sector

Date Issued: May 28, 2020 Nearly all countries around the world are facing COVID-19. This crisis is inspiring unprecedented global efforts across all industries, and we are glad to offer our support. We developed CAD4COVID:  an artificial intelligence software that triages COVID-19 suspects on chest X-rays images and indicates the affected lung tissue. CAD4COVID has

Date Issued: December 23, 2019 – Our engineers received CT fundamental training at Canon Medical Europe in Zoetermeer. This training has equipped them to be even more proficient in their field of work. We are excited to share this great news with everyone!

Date Issued: November 27, 2019 – Universal Delft Limited received an invitation from the Biomedical Engineering Department at the University of Ghana to train students in the department on the theme: “The Role of Stakeholders in Shaping the Minds of The Next Generation of Engineers”. Our engineers were excited to share their knowledge in the industry, advise

Date Issued: June 11, 2019 – On Tuesday 11th of June 2019, our Managing Director, Dr Maurits Verhagen was invited by the Ghana Netherlands Business Culture Council (GNBCC) to give a presentation on Universal Delft’s company profile, and the work we do outside Ghana, especially in Liberia and Sierra Leone. The program was organised to stimulate private

Date Issued: March 03, 2018 – Our mother company, Delft Imaging Systems won the ”Doing Business in Africa Award 2018” and we are pleased to be part of this achievement. DELFT IMAGING SYSTEMSWe’re very proud and grateful to have won the ‘Doing Business in Africa’ award. Our project in Ghana is a great example of our

Date Issued: November 22, 2018 – Dutch company Delft Imaging Systems completed the largest African e-health and tuberculosis project in Ghana this March. 52 X-ray systems were installed across the country to accelerate TB case detection in Ghana. March 24th is World Tuberculosis Day. Tuberculosis (TB) is curable but kills 5000 people every day. A target

Date Issued: July 14, 2018 We are pleased to share with you, a short film that has been put together to basically show in motion what Universal Delft Limited has been up to.   It features all the details you want to know about the tuberculosis case detection project: the set up of the project,

Date Issued: July 17, 2018 – The Ministry of Health on Wednesday, received the first batch of ultra-modern digital radiology X-Ray equipment from the Delft Imaging Systems, a Dutch company, for the swift screening of suspected Tuberculosis (TB) cases across the country. The Delft technology, which is a highly effective means to improve patient diagnoses

Date Issued: April 14, 2017 – In the week of World TB-day BBC World News reported on an innovative TB case detection project in Ghana.“Tuberculosis is an infectious disease that has a high death toll in Ghana, about 40 Ghanaians per day. However, TB is curable at GHC 100 provided the disease is detected early.This