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Philips Presents Future-Ready Innovations in Diagnostic Imaging

By MedImaging International staff writers
Posted on 29 Jan 2024
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Image: Philips is demonstrating its future-ready innovations and solutions designed to deliver high-quality patient care (Photo courtesy of Philips)
Image: Philips is demonstrating its future-ready innovations and solutions designed to deliver high-quality patient care (Photo courtesy of Philips)

Royal Philips (Amsterdam‎, Netherlands) is showcasing its future-ready solutions at Arab Health 2024 that are designed to enhance clinical confidence, boost staff confidence, improve patient experience, and deliver lifetime customer value.

At the 2024 edition of Arab Health, Philips is highlighting the MR 7700 3T MRI scanner with XP gradients and artificial intelligence (AI) that helps deliver an unmatched level of clinical performance. Combining imaging excellence with multi-nuclei integration, the system facilitates advanced workflows that accelerate exams and improve patient-centered productivity. Philips is also showcasing the Spectral CT 7500 – a detector-based spectral CT system that delivers superior performance in terms of image quality, dose, and workflow. With Spectral CT 7500, users can perform fast, low-dose scans without compromising speed, power, or field of view, as well as expand spectral scanning to challenging patient types, including cardiac, pediatric, and bariatric.

Also being showcased at Arab Health 2024 is the MR 5300 1.5T MRI scanner which is powered by Philips’ exclusive BlueSeal magnet and incorporates AI1-driven technologies designed to automate the most complex clinical and operational tasks. Within its ultrasound portfolio, Philips is highlighting the EPIQ Elite ultrasound system featuring an exceptional level of clinical performance, workflow, and advanced intelligence to meet the challenges of today’s most demanding practices. Alongside this, Philips is highlighting its 5000 Series compact ultrasound system that offers both performance and portability. This portable ultrasound system is compact without compromise, offering performance for clinical confidence across general imaging, cardiology, Ob/Gyn, and point of care.

In addition, Philips is showcasing the Zenition 30 mobile C-arm that features flat detector technology along with advanced imaging algorithms and a Personalized IQ feature which provides outstanding image quality and dose efficiency. Its unique surgeon control and touch screen module empower end users by giving them more control, while the electromagnetic brakes reduce manual effort. Among other products, Philips is highlighting the Azurion 7 B20/15 image-guided therapy biplane system that allows users to perform a wide range of routine and complex interventional procedures easily and confidently with a unique user experience. Its advanced capabilities integrated with an innovative system geometry support improved workflow, helping users to optimize their lab performance and provide superior care to their patients.

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