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Siemens Presents Breakthrough Innovations in Imaging and Therapy at Arab Health 2021

By HospiMedica International staff writers
Posted on 22 Jun 2021
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Siemens Healthineers (Erlangen, Germany) presented its latest innovations through interactive offerings at Arab Health 2021 that enhance access to care and leverage AI to revolutionize clinical decision making.

Among Siemens’ new innovations and solutions on display at this year’s Arab Health were the MULTIX Impact C, a high-performance, ceiling-mounted radiography system with integrated user assisting system intelligence; its latest CT scanner, the SOMATOM X.cite with myExam Companion for intelligent imaging; the next-generation Biograph Vision PET system of PET/CT scanners that empower users to see a whole new world of precision with AI and more; and its newest ARTIS icono floor, a flexible, multi-axis angiography system that offers ceiling-like flexibility with unparalleled 1.90 m lateral coverage.

Siemens also highlighted myExam Companion that guides operators through any CT scan procedure, so they can interact easily and naturally with both patient and technology. No matter the user, patient or throughput, it helps generate consistent, comprehensive results. Using the new possibilities of digitalization, it turns data into built-in expertise. This helps users efficiently achieve reproducible results - by unlocking the full potential of medical imaging devices.

At its virtual product presentations, viewers experienced live presentations of Siemens’ ACUSON range of ultrasound systems, including ACUSON Juniper, a high-performance shared service ultrasound system; ACUSON Redwood that is pushing the boundaries of imaging, performance and value; and ACUSON Sequoia, a system with powerful architecture that eliminates the need for a conventional focal zone to create beautiful fully focused images.

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