Participate in our next webinar on November 27, from 5-6 p.m. CET and join Bernard De Bruyne, MD, Joost Daemen, MD, and Simone Biscaglia, MD, in looking into the newest studies and debating why despite unequivocal evidence supporting the use, adoption of post-PCI physiology assessment into routine practice is still limited.
Around the world, cardiovascular diseases are the number 1 cause of death.1) To increase life expectancy for your patients, it’s essential to provide them with a precise diagnosis, tailored therapy, and continuous follow-up. For this, having the right information at the right time is crucial.
Make your patients the focus throughout the entire clinical pathway, supported by our connected cardiovascular solutions. View images from different modalities simultaneously and in excellent quality. Have lab test results right at your fingertips. And easily integrate third-party systems into your cardiovascular network. At the core of it all is our dedicated Cardiovascular IT. As your partner for holistic cardiovascular care, we are committed to supporting you in improving patient outcomes – by transforming care delivery and expanding precision medicine through digitalizing healthcare.
Make confident decisions on coronary artery diseases – fast
The number of obese and multimorbid patients with coronary artery and vascular diseases is rising. Manage your growing workload with ARTIS icono, designed to address challenges like those that Stephan Achenbach, MD, and Luise Gaede, MD, face. Studies* have shown that FFR-guided PCI may improve outcomes.
Video: Challenges and Trends impacting interventional Cardiology
Holger Nef, MD, Vice Chairman Cardiology at the University Hospital of Giessen and Marburg explains the overarching challenges hospitals are facing when performing complex procedures.
Philipp Grätzel von Grätz
Solutions for Individual Patients
In order to tailor cardiological treatment much more closely to the individual patient, scientists at the Clinic for Cardiology at Heidelberg University Hospital, Germany, are working to develop a digital twin of the heart.
Video: Digitalization in the Cath Lab is a Reality
Digitalization and integration of different imaging modalities are important requirements for the cath lab of the future, says Stephan Achenbach, MD.