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Chicago, Nov 27, 2016
At this year's Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) in Chicago, USA, the separately managed healthcare business of Siemens AG is presenting itself for the first time under its new brand name, Siemens Healthineers. With a new strategic direction, Siemens Healthineers aims to enable healthcare providers around the world to meet their current challenges and to excel in their respective environments. Through products and solutions designed to increase efficiency and to reduce costs, Siemens Healthineers is setting new trends in healthcare together with its customers – working under the motto "Engineering Success. Pioneering Healthcare. Together."
Rome, Aug 27, 2016
Siemens Healthineers presented its solutions portfolio for cardiology while focusing specifically on structural heart diseases such as mitral valve procedures and coronary artery disease. The presentation covered the complete treatment cycle from diagnosis to treatment to follow-up care, and illustrate what state-of-the-art all-round care can now provide for the growing number of patients who suffer from heart disease. The presentation additionally focused on interactions between the individual specialist departments. This is important because the integration of the different systems helps to optimize processes and improve clinical outcomes.
Berlin, Apr 19, 2016
Siemens Healthcare is strongly focused on secure network solutions, intelligent data analysis and innovative digital services in the healthcare sector. The tremendous challenge of economically managing a company while ensuring optimal patient care can only be met when the company is able to get the most from its available resources. IT is the crucial key to doing this. At the ConhIT 2016, Siemens presented its portfolio for imaging software and IT, comprised of scalable solutions for medical practices, hospitals and clinics for optimizing workflows and boosting efficiency.
Vienna, Mar 02, 2016
At this year's ECR, the annual congress of the European Society of Radiology (ESR) in Vienna, Austria, Siemens Healthcare showcased new offerings across its entire imaging and therapy portfolio. Siemens' product and solution portfolio supports healthcare providers around the globe to face the challenges of transforming healthcare systems. In times of increasing cost pressure, expanding emphasis on quality measures and time constraints Siemens' solutions are designed to achieve the best patient outcomes in the most efficient way.
Chicago, Nov 29, 2015
At this year's Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA), Siemens Healthcare presented new offerings across its entire imaging and therapy portfolio. Siemens' product and solution portfolio supports healthcare providers around the globe to face the challenges of transforming healthcare systems. In times of increasing cost pressure, expanding emphasis on quality measures and time constraints Siemens' solutions are designed to achieve the best patient outcomes in the most efficient way.
Erlangen, Oct 29, 2015
Multitom Rax (Robotic Advanced X-ray) now enables a wide variety of examinations in a range of clinical areas to be performed using only a single X-ray system for the first time. In addition to conventional 2D X-rays, the system also makes it possible to perform fluoroscopy examinations, angiography applications and even 3D imaging. The operator is always in full control of the system's movement. By the push of a button, both robotic arms are being positioned fully automatically around the patient, improving both safety and convenience.
London, Aug 29, 2015
Cardiovascular diseases such as heart attack, stroke, and coronary heart disease have been among the most common causes of death worldwide for many years now. Advances in medical imaging play a key role in the fight against these diseases by helping achieve sound diagnoses even at earlier stages and enabling efficient interventional therapy. At this year's Congress of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) in London, United Kingdom, Siemens Healthcare is presenting innovative IT solutions and medical imaging systems in the areas of angiography, ultrasound, magnetic resonance tomography, and computed tomography, with the theme of "More cardiology, less heartache."
Erlangen, Jul 23, 2015
40 years after the launch of its first series model, Siretom, Siemens Healthcare is looking back on the successful development of its computed tomography division. With innovations such as Spiral, Multislice, and most recently Dual Source technology, Siemens has been driving the CT market and clinical diagnostics for decades. Today, three patients are scanned with a Siemens CT system every second. The company's portfolio ranges from robust systems for basic care, such as Somatom Scope, through to the world's fastest and most powerful CT scanner, Somatom Force.
Erlangen, May 31, 2015
At ISMRM, one of the most important trade shows for MR in Toronto, the new 7 Tesla research system Magnetom Terra was launched. It is the first human ultra-high field system with all components designed, built and serviced by Siemens. The core of the scanner is a new designed, actively shielded and 50 percent lighter magnet. Magnetom Terra is the world's first human ultra-high field research scanner ready for future clinical use. With the new Dual Mode functionality users can switch from research modes to specific clinical protocols.
Munich, Apr 28, 2015
Somatom Force, the high-end computer tomograph (CT) from Siemens, is now in use in many leading university hospitals all over the world. Initial studies are now showing how the technical advances of this dual-source computed tomography scanner (a CT scanner with two radiation tubes and detectors each), like the completely new X-ray tube with its high current, low voltage, larger detector, and faster speed of rotation are proving beneficial in clinical applications.