CIRSE 2019

Welcome to CIRSE 2020The annual congress for Interventional Radiology in Europe

CIRSE 2020 Summit
September 12 – 15, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected our lives in multiple ways, and especially healthcare systems are facing a new dimension of challenges. At Siemens Healthineers, we are aware of the urgency and complexity of the current situation, and we are working hard to provide the best possible support to healthcare providers at each stage of COVID-19 patient care.

As the struggle to deal with this extraordinary situation continues, so does the demand for care of other diseases. At the virtual CIRSE 2020 Summit, we invite you to discover how we can support you in the field of Interventional Radiology. Join us in the virtual exhibition with live Q&A sessions and get in touch with our experts. We are looking forward to meeting you in this new virtual experience.

We look forward to seeing you at CIRSE 2020 Summit.

Satellite symposium 2020

CIRSE 2020: Siemens Healthineers satellite symposium Tuesday, Sept. 15, 13 h – 14 h (CEST), Dotter Auditorium

Value based care: optimizing clinical operations in tailored interventional suites

Riad Salem, MD, Chicago/US
Florian Wolf, MD, Vienna/AT

Florian Wolf, MD, Vienna/AT

A biplane angio system in Interventional Radiology?

Florian Wolf, MD, Vienna/AT

Carlos Buitrago Tellez, MD,<br />

Radiology transformation 2020 at the new Solothurn Citizen Hospital in Switzerland: Initial experience with the ARTIS icono suite

Carlos Buitrago Tellez, MD,
Christian Drathen, MD, Solothurn/CH

Riad Salem, MD, Chicago/US

Nexaris Angio-CT: Optimizing operational flow in interventional radiology

Riad Salem, MD, Chicago/US

Satellite symposium 2019

Expand your clinical capabilities: A novel angio suite uniquely combining versatility and specialization

Our new biplane angio suite – an all-rounder from head to toe
Dierk Vorwerk, MD, Ingolstadt/DE

My first experience with a novel biplane system in the interventional radiology department
Florian Wolf, MD, Vienna/AT

A new approach to procedure guidance and image quality based dose regulation
Bernhard Meyer, MD, Hannover/DE