This year at ESC2012 Philips has demonstrated how we understand what goes on in your world and how we are committed to keeping you at the forefront of cardiovascular innovation. We share your vision for a future where cardiovascular disease management is transformed at every stage of care.
At ESC2012 you have witnessed just how Philips continues to listen, learn and collaborate with you to develop meaningful preventative, diagnostic and treatment solutions that help save and improve patient lives.
The Philips AlluraClarity incorporates powerful imaging technology to bring superb image quality at a fraction of the dose, further proving Philips' commitment to reducing the need to make compromises in patient care.
"We were willing to accept that the image quality would decrease because we thought 73 percent X-ray dose reduction was so significant. But in the end, image quality actually improved," said Dr. Michael Söderman, Karolinska Hospital, Stockholm, Sweden.
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EchoNavigator* uses a breakthrough technology that provides a new dimension to interventional imaging by combining two live modalities - X-ray and echocardiography - to unite operators and images in an interactive and intuitive way for catheter based Structural Heart Disease (SHD) procedures.
Intellispace Cardiovascular is a new integrated portfolio of software and services designed to help streamline clinical workflow and improve operational performance across the cardiovascular service line. The streamlined solution addresses clinicians’ needs for consistently managing the workflow, including clinical and administrative records for the cardiovascular service line. The solution offers one access point into consolidated patient data, advanced clinical applications, multimodality images and reports through the patient cardiovascular care continuum. This product is not yet available for sale.
The ESC conference took place in Die Münchener Messe, Albertstrasse 291 in Munich (D) on 25-29 August 2012.
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* EchoNavigator is anticipated to be CE marked in Q4 2012.