Argyll and Bute Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP) midwife sonographers have performed a record-breaking total of 106 obstetric ultrasounds in the month of October finding out how babies are growing and developing
It happened at about 6.40pm on Monday triggering an emergency response from police and Oban Mountain Rescue.
It was only when the woman returned to the emergency department at Lorn and Islands Hospital for a third time that she was finally admitted and tests showed she had cancer.
The scanner is housed in a newly designed CT room with more space and brighter colours to help patients relax.
New Attend Anywhere consultant appointments are proving popular so far with pregnant women living in remote areas of Oban and the islands.
When the existing scanner is removed, a mobile scanner will keep up the service from the hospital car park until the new machine is installed as part of a £1.2m investment.