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GE Healthcare Demonstrates Intelligently Efficient Medical Imaging and Anesthesia Solutions at Arab Health 2022

By HospiMedica International staff writers
Posted on 24 Jan 2022
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Image: Carestation 750 Anesthesia Machine (Photo courtesy of GE Healthcare)
Image: Carestation 750 Anesthesia Machine (Photo courtesy of GE Healthcare)

GE Healthcare (Chicago, IL, USA) demonstrated its intelligently efficient products and solutions that advance clinical outcomes, improve imaging operations and streamline exam workflows at the Arab Health 2022 held at the Dubai World Trade Centre.

At the 2022 edition of Arab Health, GE demonstrated the Carestation 750 Anesthesia Machine designed for delivering individualized anesthesia therapy. The system’s user interface and modular design helps deliver quality care with natural ease, allowing users to breeze through cases, worry less about the machine and devote more attention to your patients. The company displayed the clinically advanced and highly configurable CARESCAPE B850 monitor that helps hospitals remain a step ahead with clinical tools that meet even the highest acuity patient needs. GE demonstrated the B155 Patient Monitor with a scalable and forward-looking design aimed to deliver high quality monitoring in multiple care areas, to integrate ecosystems without compromise between financial and clinical values.

Among its imaging solutions on display at the event were the AMX Navigate mobile X-ray system for effortless workflow with the Free Motion telescoping column, Zero Click Exam workflow and exclusive AI applications to achieve clinical excellence; Vscan Air wireless handheld ultrasound system that enables whole-body scanning and delivers crystal-clear images in a pocket-sized, dual-probe solution’ and the LOGIQ E10 ultrasound system that uses advanced tools, and enhanced workflow capabilities to enable users to scan and diagnose a wide range of patients across a broad spectrum of conditions.

GE also demonstrated its MRI and CT systems such as the SIGNA Hero, a 70 cm bore, 3.0T MRI scanner that enhances workflow, productivity and patient comfort, making difficult exams routine’ and the Revolution Ascend CT system that uses an AI-based workflow solution, a smart user interface, cutting-edge technology and access to Smart Subscription to substantially simplify, streamline and automate the entire CT experience from both inside and outside the scan room.

GE also exhibited its software solutions such as Thoracic Care Suite that offers AI detection of eight abnormal chest radiograph findings which also support Tuberculosis detection and help find Pneumonia or ground glass opacities, which are indicative of COVID-19; and DoseWatch, a holistic, enterprise-wide dose management solution to track and manage radiation and contrast exposure within the patient workflow across a full-fleet (multi-facility, multi-modality) of imaging environments.

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