We use cookies to understand how you use our site and to improve your experience. This includes personalizing content and advertising. To learn more, click here. By continuing to use our site, you accept our use of cookies. Cookie Policy.

Features Partner Sites Information LinkXpress
Sign In
Advertise with Us
Feather Safety Razor

Siemens Healthineers

Provides customized electronic systems and advanced imaging, diagnostics, therapy, and healthcare IT solutions for th... read more Featured Products: More products

Download Mobile App





Siemens Healthineers Presents Diagnostic Imaging and Therapy Solutions

By HospiMedica International staff writers
Posted on 28 Jan 2019
Print article
Image: The Cios Select with FD mobile C-arm (Photo courtesy of Siemens Healthineers).
Image: The Cios Select with FD mobile C-arm (Photo courtesy of Siemens Healthineers).
Siemens Healthineers (Erlangen, Germany) presented a range of diagnostic imaging and therapy solutions in the fields of computed tomography, imaging software, molecular imaging, magnetic resonance, radiography and ultrasound at Arab Health 2019.

In the area of advanced therapies, Siemens highlighted the Cios Select with FD which is equipped with flat-detector technology for excellent images, easy handling, and high system availability; the Cios Spin which provides new insights that give more certainty in surgical routine and full control over procedures; and the nexaris Angio-CT which allows direct access to angio and CT with stunning Instant Fusion and Quick Switching between modalities.

In computed tomography, Siemens promoted the SOMATOM Drive, a dual source CT scanner with the FAST 3D camera that allows highly accurate patient positioning and provides consistent image quality at low dose. In the field of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), Siemens highlighted its new MAGNETOM Altea 1.5T Open Bore system that combines its BioMatrix technology, the new syngo MR XA software platform, and its exclusive Turbo Suite. The company also demonstrated its BioMatrix technology, which is now available on five of its MRI systems and automatically adjusts to patient biovariability to overcome unwarranted variations and pave the way for precision medicine.

At Arab Health 2019, Siemens highlighted a range of radiology products, including the MULTIX Impact floor-mounted digital X-ray machine; the Multitom Rax X-ray system that performs a multitude of X-rays in just one room; the MOBILETT Elara Max mobile X-ray system, the MAMMOMAT Revelation mammography system; and the AI-powered syngo.Breast Care mammography software.

Siemens also showcased a wide range of ultrasound products, including the ACUSON Sequoia ultrasound system with BioAcoustic technology for imaging varying patient types, including those with high BMI, with consistency and clarity; the ACUSON Juniper ultrasound system that can fit within most hospital rooms and is ready to scan with little to no setup time; the ACUSON NX3 series of ultrasound systems with up to 22 imaging technologies and features; the ACUSON Freestyle series of ultrasound systems that enables cable-free access at the point-of-care; the ACUSON SC2000 PRIME ultrasound system that quantifies every detail with a comprehensive suite of AI-powered 2D and 3D measurements; and the syngo.Ultrasound Breast Analysis software (sUSBA) that is a scalable, flexible client-server based solution.

Among its molecular imaging portfolio highlighted by Siemens at Arab Health 2019 was the Biograph Vision system, the Symbia Intevo Bold system and the syngo.via for MI software. Siemens’ imaging software solutions highlighted at the event included Syngo Imaging IT, which are flexible and interoperable enterprise imaging solutions supporting the whole imaging value chain; and the Syngo Virtual Cockpit software for remote scanning assistance.


Print article

Channels

Surgical Techniques

view channel
Image: Robotic surgery has been found to improve patient recovery time (Photo courtesy of Pexels)

Robotic Surgery Found to Be Safer, Reduces Patient Time in Hospital

Unlike open surgery, where a surgeon works directly on a patient and involves large incisions in the skin and muscle, robot-assisted surgery allows surgeons to guide minimally invasive instruments remotely... Read more

Patient Care

view channel
Image: Future wearable health tech could measure gases released from skin (Photo courtesy of Pexels)

Wearable Health Tech Could Measure Gases Released From Skin to Monitor Metabolic Diseases

Most research on measuring human biomarkers, which are measures of a body’s health, rely on electrical signals to sense the chemicals excreted in sweat. But sensors that rely on perspiration often require... Read more

Health IT

view channel
Image: AI can reveal a patient`s heart health (Photo courtesy of Mayo Clinic)

AI Trained for Specific Vocal Biomarkers Could Accurately Predict Coronary Artery Disease

Earlier studies have examined the use of voice analysis for identifying voice markers associated with coronary artery disease (CAD) and heart failure. Other research groups have explored the use of similar... Read more
Copyright © 2000-2022 Globetech Media. All rights reserved.