Siemens Healthineers at ECR 2018
Let's shape the future of imaging together
Watch video interviews and impressions from Siemens Healthineers booth at ECR 2017
Data in Radiation Dose Management
In modern radiology departments, dose management is gaining more and more interest. Frank Schellhammer, MD, Head of Radiology, Krankenhaus der Augustinerinnen, Cologne, Germany, discusses the handling of data in dose management and the benefits of teamplay in monitoring radiation dose.
CT Dose Reduction Innovations
The introduction of dual-source CT technology has revolutionized clinical CT imaging by enabling the radiologist to apply a multitude of patient-tailored different dose reduction strategies. Hear Prof. Hatem Alkadhi, MD, Full Professor from the University Hospital Zurich, Switzerland explaining the effect of these options on radiation dose and image quality.
Ultrasound guidance in interventional procedures
As the prevalence of ultrasound guidance is rising during interventional procedures, we’ve introduced a unique ultrasound machine at ECR 2017: the ACUSON Freestyle Elite ultrasound system with Artis Freestyle Access. It is our new cable-free solution for your ultrasound procedures in the interventional suite, allowing immediate availability
and improved workflow.
The ACUSON NX2 ultrasound system is designed to serve a wide range of clinical applications, while delivering sharp, clear images to give you the diagnostic confidence you need. It utilizes largest-in-class hardware and supports enhanced operator workflow functionality to improve system uptime and user comfort.
Personalized Liver Care
At ECR 2017 we’ve interviewed Prof. Paul Sidhu, Professor of Imaging Sciences from the King's College London, Great Britain, about the use of ultrasound to personalize patients’ journey along the liver care continuum and his vision for the future.
MAGNETOM Vida with BioMatrix technology
Prof. Dr. Konstantin Nikolaou, Medical Director Diagnostic and Interventional radiology, and Prof. Dr. Mike Notohamiprodjo, Senior physician Magnetic resonance imaging from the University Hospital Tübingen, Germany, are the first users of our new MR scanner MAGNETOM Vida with BioMatrix technology.
Listen to their first experiences with the new system!
Siemens Healthineers ecoline systems
A pre-owned Siemens Healthineers system does not automatically become ecoline - it has to earn it. Every ecoline system therefore undergoes a 5-step Quality Process, which fulfills the NEMA/MITA standard for refurbishment to make sure you receive high quality.
Benefits of Multitom Rax in the emergency department
The Twin Robotic X-ray scanner Multitom Rax offers a wide range of applications in just one room. That’s why Multitom Rax is installed in the emergency department at the Klinikum Wels-Grieskirchen, Wels, Austria. We interviewed Isabella Pössl from the Klinikum Wels-Grieskirchen how they are benefitting from the new system.
Dose in Breast Tomosynthesis
The introduction of digital tomosynthesis to breast imaging has brought many questions regarding the dose involved in this new imaging modality. Listen to Ioannis Sechopoulos, PhD, Associate Professor of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine, Radboud University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands, discussing dose management in breast tomosynthesis.
Partnership beyond business
“We are interested in a partnership, when buying radiology hardware.” says Oliver Sommer, MD, Kardinal Schwarzenberg’sches Hospital, Schwarzach, Austria. At ECR 2017 we talked with him about the importance of a sustainable strategic alliance when purchasing a radiography system as well as the benefits of their recently
purchased Multix Fusion Max.
Experiences with Biograph mMR
With the Biograph mMR MR-PET system you can set the pace in diagnostic imaging, by combining state-of-the-art 3T MRI with proven molecular imaging. Dr. Lale Umutlu, University Hospital Essen, Germany, is not only convinced of the flexible utilization of the system, but also of the improvements in clinical scans and research.
Clinical value of Breast Tomosynthesis
The implementation of breast tomosynthesis into daily practice depends on the diagnostic performance. Ritse Mann, MD PhD, from Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands, explains how breast tomosynthesis is used at this institution and how it fulfills the need for confident diagnosis and decision-making in 2D and 3D.
Breast Care Day 2017
What are current discussions and trends in breast diagnostics? Get expert insights from the 7th Breast Care Day at ECR in Vienna. The Breast Care Day was again the premier event at the European Congress of Radiology 2017 featuring different symposia about multimodality imaging, breast MRI and digital breast tomosynthesis.