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Accurate radio wave propagation prediction is crucial in designing wireless instruments for medical use. In this paper we simulate the 60 GHz radio channel in a hospital ultrasonic inspection room using ray tracing based on single-bounce scattering. The scattering is calculated with a single-lobe directive model and the room structure is modeled with a large point cloud, acquired via laser scanning. It is shown that the scattering model is able to predict the power delay profile with a proper scattering parameter. It is also noticed that measuring the environment dimensions with laser scanning is a suitable method in order to obtain appropriate prediction of the propagation channel.