Siemens service can help imaging departments meet sustainability targets through facility design and digitalisation

Siemens Healthineers will highlight its commitment to pioneering breakthroughs in healthcare, for everyone, everywhere, sustainably. Visitors to stand A11 can learn about leading imaging and point-of-care testing solutions and explore how its service offerings can help departments meet their sustainability targets.

“Discover how our expert workflow and facility design, digitalisation and education solutions are helping to maximise sustainability and workforce efficiency. Any or all of these services can be combined in a financially innovative, flexible-term value partnership,” Siemens says.

The latest AI workflow innovations on the Naeotom Alpha will be showcased, as well as the ways industry leaders are using the only commercially available system with photon-counting technology to improve patient care. Visitors can see the myNeedle Laser solution for CT-guided interventions and the mobile Somatom go.Top, which supports end-to-end workflow automation.

Team members will be on hand to discuss the portfolio of MRI systems and advanced technologies, including Magnetom Sola, Magnetom Viato.Mobile and Deep Resolve AI.

They will present the customisable, scalable Acuson Sequoia with expanded solutions for quantifiable liver assessment including ultrasound derived fat fraction and innovations from the mobile C-arm portfolio.

“Learn about the epoc NXS blood analysis system, which can deliver critical testing results, such as creatine and calculated eGFR, at the patient’s bedside in less than one minute,” Siemens continues. “Join a variety of on-stand education sessions and learn about SmartSimulator technology, which provides a simulated training experience with medical devices using a cloud-based solution.” Visitors can also see remote scanning assistance software syngo Virtual Cockpit, which enables radiographers to increase productivity.

The Siemens Healthineers team look forward to seeing you in Liverpool.

Picture: The Siemens Healthineers team will be available on the company’s stand to share the latest innovations.

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