Siemens presents ‘innovate to advance human health’ with IT, surgical, X-ray and ultrasound imaging at UKRC 2013

Siemens Healthcare will showcase its imaging IT solutions in addition to its latest mobile digital X-ray, mobile surgical imaging and wireless ultrasound solutions at the annual UK Radiological Congress (UKRC) event in Liverpool, 10-12 June 2013. Demonstrations and information on the syngo®.plaza PACS, syngo.via visualisation and syngo.share smart Vendor Neutral Archive systems will be available on stand 15, under the theme ‘We innovate to advance human health’.

 

syngo.via is the clinical application that delivers 3D routine and advanced reading and visualisation of multi-modality images directly to the clinician, regardless of location. It guides the user through the entire workflow, automatically pre-processing images and collecting findings to deliver powerful quantitative reading functionality. The latest version features expanded mobile applications as well as enhanced functionality and extends from MR, CT and PET-CT to include additional applications for mammography reading and complex examinations in neurology, oncology and cardiovascular diagnostics.

The Siemens PACS solution syngo.plaza, will also be on show. The solution automatically identifies the study type and calls the correct 2D, 3D or 4D applications in line with the case complexity. Alongside the PACS solution will be syngo.share, enabling hospitals to manage and share clinical imaging data across specialties such as radiology, endoscopy, pathology and dermatology.

The clinical image and multimedia sharing system features a universal viewer to help clinicians visualise over 300 different image and data types from a single viewing application. The solution employs image and document sharing standards, allowing for local, regional and national sharing of clinical data.

The recently launched ACUSON FreestyleTM ultrasound system will be available to view, including its wireless transducers for remote operation from a range of up to three metres. A suite of three different types of wireless transducers is available to cover a range of general imaging, vascular, and high-frequency applications such as musculoskeletal and nerve imaging.

In addition, the Mobilett Mira, a wireless mobile digital X-ray system for general digital radiography on the move and the Cios Alpha, a new mobile C-arm system with flat detector technology for surgical imaging will be showcased at the congress.

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