News | April 08, 2014

Philips Shows Advanced Imaging Technology at ACC.14

Innovative technologies shorten exam times, improve workflows and enable shift from surgical to minimally invasive treatments

April 7, 2014 — Philips Healthcare presented new imaging and informatics solutions at the American College of Cardiology Conference (ACC) Annual Meeting. 
 
Accelerating Time to Diagnosis
Philips' Anatomical Intelligence delivers new levels of clinical information, advanced organ modeling, image slicing, and quantification to make exams easier to perform and reproduce. Featured Anatomical Intelligence driven solutions include Epiq ultrasound, IntelliSpace ECG and the IntelliSpace Portal advanced visualization platform.
 
Managing Dose 
In a field where image clarity is critical to enable accurate diagnosis, products like AlluraClarity angiography system delivers superb image quality at low X-ray dose. This expands treatment options, enabling longer procedures in order to treat obese and high-risk patients.
 
Connecting Information for Greater Clinical Insights
Philips cardiology informatics solutions help to increase workflow efficiencies by providing one access point to advanced clinical applications, multimodality images and reports. At ACC, Philips featured the Xcelera Multi-Modality Image Management, analysis and reporting system, Xcelera Cardiovascular Enterprise Viewer and Xper Flex Cardio with Xper Information Management Solution.
 
Enabling Minimally Invasive Treatment With Live Image Guidance 
Minimally invasive medicine is the future of progressive healthcare, which shortens lengths of stay and enabling fast recovery and enhanced outcomes. Philips showed its live image-guidance technology, including Allura Clarity, EchoNavigator and HeartNavigator.
 
For more information: www.philips.com/acc
 
 
 

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