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Philips highlights technologies that improve diagnosis, treatment and outcomes at RSNA 2017

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In an expansive presence at RSNA 2017, Philips will debut new imaging solutions, including the latest configuration of the IQon Spectral CT. As the world’s first spectral detector-based Computed Tomography (CT) scanner, the new IQon configuration provides clinicians increased diagnostic certainty in every scan, with zero compromise. Also featured are recent innovations including Azurion Image-Guided Therapy platform, now available in Canada, Vereos fully digital PET/CT, and a series of OB/GYN ultrasound solutions that help clinicians streamline the path to a more confident diagnosis in the most complex and challenging cases.

IQon Spectral CT
IQon Spectral CT

The world’s first spectral detector-based CT scanner delivers spectral results 100% of the time.

 

 

Combined with its intelligent Healthcare Informatics and services portfolio for decision support and workflow and operational performance improvement, Philips will showcase data-driven technology enabling radiologists to obtain quality images and improve patient care through integrated systems and software. At this year’s RSNA, Philips will highlight  advanced imaging technology including:

 

  • MR solutions – Unveiling a new magnetic resonance (MR) imaging system and other solutions designed to support diagnostic confidence, enhance productivity and improve patient experience.

  • CardioMD IV and BodyMD1 SPECT solutions – New cost-efficient cardiac and general purpose SPECT solutions provide quality images with an improved workflow and patient experience, and a small footprint.    

 

Philips will also unveil its latest AI-driven intelligent solutions and advanced visualization in radiology including:

 

  •     The debut of the next iteration of IntelliSpace Portal, featuring enhancements across the solution to provide radiologists with an improved set of applications and workflows to support the reading and follow up of complex cases.
  • The growing adoption of Philips PerformanceBridge, a flexible suite of continuous improvement solutions that assists radiology departments in enhancing productivity, improving the patient and staff experience, and delivering better value-based care.

IntelliSpace Portal offers Longitudinal Brain Imaging (LoBI), an application that has been optimized for the interpretation of brain MRI scan and aims to facilitate the longitudinal evaluation of neurological disorders helping clinicians to monitor disease progression.

 

   

Philips booth is located at booth #6735 on the RSNA floor. If you are not at RSNA, you can read live updates from the event on Twitter @PhilipsLiveFrom or by visiting www.philips.com/rsna.

 

1 CardioMD IV and BodyMDBody MD are not available in all markets. Please contact your local Philips sales representative for availability in your country. 



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