In the UK, orders were received for equipment from existing customers Yeovil District Hospital in Somerset, University Hospital of North Tees, Stockton-on-Tees, and Mount Vernon Hospital, Greater London.
In the United States, orders were received from facilities across the states of Missouri, New York and Texas for Mercy Hospital St. Louis, Memorial Sloan Cancer Center Nassau, Texas Oncology Sugar Land Cancer Center and Dan L Duncan Comprehensive Cancer Center at Baylor St. Luke's Medical Center, Houston.
Distribution partners in Paxman’s rest of world markets of Brazil, India, Israel and Singapore all placed orders for new equipment this month:

EPTCA Medical Devices (Brazil): 3 PSCS2 systems
Access Devices (India): 3 PSCS2 systems
Amit Medical (Israel): 3 PSCS2 systems
Can-Care (Singapore): 2 PSCS2 systems

Orders were also received this month from facilities in Paxman’s direct markets of Scandinavia and France.
Centre Georges-Francois Leclerc in Dijon, France, is a Unicancer group hospital, part of the federation of French comprehensive cancer centres – a network of 20 private, not-for-profit health establishments specialised in oncology – and a key player in cancer research. Two PSCS2 devices were ordered following recent successful evaluation of Paxman equipment.
A tender was also successfully secured this month for the provision of Paxman equipment to upgrade the scalp cooling provision at Alingsås lasarett in the west of Sweden. A long standing customer of Paxman equipment, the facility ordered PSCS equipment to replace their second-generation PSC model which has been in use for over a decade.