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Philips Demonstrates Smart Connected Imaging and Integrated Workflow Solutions at RSNA 2022

By MedImaging International staff writers
Posted on 27 Nov 2022
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Image: Visitors to the Philips booth at RSNA 2022 can explore its connected workflow solutions and smart imaging systems (Photo courtesy of Philips)
Image: Visitors to the Philips booth at RSNA 2022 can explore its connected workflow solutions and smart imaging systems (Photo courtesy of Philips)

At RSNA 2022, Royal Philips (Amsterdam‎, Noord-Holland) is demonstrating how its smart connected imaging and integrated workflow solutions can help physicians to see beyond clinical complexities and workflow challenges to deliver the right care, every time, to every patient.

At the 2022 annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) in Chicago, Philips is showcasing its 5000 series compact ultrasound system that is not only portable, but also built for performance. It delivers premium image quality in compact form, helping to increase clinical confidence for a first-time right diagnosis. Featuring a range of diagnostic ultrasound solutions, it is uniquely tailored to fit the needs of many specialties including general imaging, cardiology, obstetrics and gynecology, and point of care.

Philips is demonstrating the MR 7700 imaging system that is enhanced with XP gradients and artificial intelligence (AI). The MR 7700 provides high accuracy, power, and endurance to support confident diagnosis for every patient. Philips is also presenting the new Spectral CT 7500, a CT scanner that is fast, always on, and a low-dose path to precision diagnosis for a wide range of patients. With advances in cardiac imaging and zero compromise scanning, Spectral CT 7500 supports imaging that's first time right.

Among its radiology solutions, Philips is presenting the Philips SmartSpeed MR acceleration software that delivers fast high-quality imaging for a wider range of patients, including patients who are in pain, who struggle to hold their breath during the exam, or who have MR conditional implants. Visitors to the Philips booth at RSNA 2022 can also experience the Radiology Smart Assistant AI-based solution to improve accuracy of X-ray image acquisition for upright chest X-ray exams through continual quality analysis and feedback about position accuracy, given at the point of image acquisition. Philips is also demonstrating the Radiology Operations Command Center (ROCC), a multi-vendor, multi-modality, multi-site virtualized imaging solution that seamlessly connects imaging experts in a command center with technologists at scan locations across their organization. It enables imaging experts to communicate with technologists and view scanner console screens simultaneously.

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