Siemens Healthineers at ECR 2018: Let’s shape the future of imaging together

Erlangen, Germany|2018-03-02
ECR 2018

At this year’s European Congress of Radiology (ECR) in Vienna, Austria, Siemens Healthineers is showcasing products and solutions designed to enable healthcare providers worldwide to increase value by empowering them on their journey towards expanding precision medicine, transforming care delivery, improving patient experience and digitalizing healthcare. Siemens Healthineers is setting new trends in healthcare together with its customers – working under the motto “Let’s shape the future of imaging together”.

Siemens Healthineers expands precision medicine with 1.5T MRI scanner Magnetom Sola and BioMatrix technology

  • Innovative BioMatrix technology available for the first time at 1.5 Tesla MRI
  • New smart BioMatrix Sensors: The new Kinetic Sensor1 detects and corrects for head motion, the new Beat Sensor1 detects cardiac motion in real-time.
  • Significantly accelerated musculoskeletal scans in nearly half the time with Simultaneous Multi-Slice technology
  • New clinical capabilities at 1.5T with free-breathing, push-button dynamic liver and cardiac cine imaging, as well as whole-body exams

Siemens Healthineers launches Magnetom Sola, its new 1.5T magnetic resonance system with a large 70 cm bore, at the ECR European Conference of Radiology (February 28 to March 4, 2018 in Vienna). This system brings BioMatrix technology, introduced in 2017 with the 3 Tesla Magnetom Vida system, to the 1.5 Tesla segment, making it available to a greater range of MRI providers and patients. BioMatrix technology provides consistent, high-quality imaging by automatically adjusting to the patient’s individual anatomy and physiology and thus expanding precision medicine.

At ECR 2018, Siemens Healthineers launches Acuson Juniper next-generation ultrasound system

  • System consistently delivers high-quality performance with expanded applications and enhanced ease of use
  • Small footprint enables easy transfer and use across all clinical departments1

At the 2018 Annual Congress of the European Society of Radiology (ECR), Siemens Healthineers launches the Acuson Juniper, a new ultrasound system with advanced applications and imaging performance while featuring a lightweight, ergonomic design and complete maneuverability for use across a wide variety of clinical segments. Though small in size, the Acuson Juniper does not compromise in performance, offering providers a system that is not only powerful, but nimble in design.

New Cios Select mobile C-arm with flat-panel detector technology boosts precision in routine surgery

  • Accurate imaging with state-of-the-art flat-panel detector technology for improved patient care
  • Intuitive touchscreen operation improves productivity in the OR
  • 99.8 percent system availability3 reduces operating costs

Siemens Healthineers will introduce a new version of Cios Select1 at the 2018 Annual Congress of the European Society of Radiology (ECR). The mobile C-arm is now available not only with the customary image intensifier, but also with state-of-the-art flat-panel detector technology. It also offers many other features designed specifically for intraoperative imaging in orthopedics, trauma surgery, urology, pain management, and peripheral vascular surgery.

Magnetom Sola
Magnetom Sola introduces BioMatrix technology to the 1.5 Tesla segment, making it available to a greater range of MRI providers and patients.

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Simultaneous Multi-Slice (SMS)
Simultaneous Multi-Slice (SMS) allows the acquisition of multiple slices in parallel and will now also be available for broadly used TSE sequences. Significantly accelerated complete orthopedic exams by up to 46 percent1 are now possible.

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3D HD Breast Tomosynthesis: With its 3D HD Breast Tomosynthesis, Siemens Healthineers provides the widest tomo angle available on the market.

Siemens Healthineers Breast Tomosynthesis is setting new standards in early breast cancer detection

  • Breast tomosynthesis is a refinement of mammography
  • The quality of breast tomosynthesis images depends on the tube angulation and the number of projections, and differs greatly within the industry
  • Siemens Healthineers High Definition Breast Tomosynthesis offers the widest tomo angle currently available (50 degree) and the largest number of projections
  • High Definition Breast Tomosynthesis increases breast cancer detection rates, improves diagnostic accuracy, and thus expands precision medicine
  • The new mammography system Mammomat Revelation improves patient experience due to individual compression adjustments and faster diagnoses