In today’s ultrasound environment, there is pressure to implement imaging solutions that are cutting-edge, without compromising workflow efficiencies, diagnosis and treatment, or patient care. Philips says its ultrasound machines bring functionality and performance that help users to improve quality of care and workflow in their department.
“At Philips, we look beyond technology to the experiences of consumers, patients, providers and caregivers. We unlock insights leading to innovative solutions that help deliver improved patient experience, better health outcomes, improved staff experience and lower cost of care,” the company says. “With leading research, design and innovation capabilities, we partner with our customers to transform the delivery of healthcare.”
At BMUS 2023 delegates can find out about Philips’ latest innovations in ultrasound, including the new Compact 5500, Epiq Elite 10.0, Lumify and InnoSight. Experience hands-on live scanning with the new Compact 5500 ultrasound, designed to bring portability, full functionality and first-scan answers, and the mL26-8 transducer and flowviewer on the Epiq Elite said to feature a high level of clinical performance, workflow, and advanced intelligence, with clinically tailored tools designed to elevate diagnostic confidence.
“We are here for you with a range of intelligent solutions to help you arrive at clinical decisions confidently, efficiently, and with an exceptional level of investment security,” says Philips.
Visit Philips on stand 5.
Picture: Philips’ ultrasound machines are designed for functionality and performance.
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