Siemens Healthineers at UKIO 2019
UKIO 2019 - United Kingdom Imaging and Oncology
June 10 - 12, 2019
ACC, Kings Dock, Liverpool, L3 4FP
At this year’s UKIO we will be showcasing our latest digital radiography system, mobile c-arm, and ultrasound machine. Speak with the team and see how we can support you in increasing early diagnosis of lung cancer and how a Value Partnership can help you streamline your processes and operations towards digitally enabled healthcare. Our applications team will also be on hand to provide hints and tips on how to improve your workflow.
Siemens Healthineers stand #60
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MULTIX Impact is a high-end, floor-mounted radiography system that comes at an economical price and improves access to care. Its welcoming design and user-friendly digital imaging capabilities help you produce excellent images in a more personal way and make a positive impression on everyone involved.
Conventional 2D imaging may not always provide enough information to safeguard correct placement of screws and implants. Intraoperative 3D imaging can therefore be an important factor in improving surgical outcomes.
To provide 3D capabilities that can be seamlessly integrated into clinical routine, we developed Cios Spin®: a mobile 2D and 3D C-arm for intraoperative quality assurance. Easy to integrate into your surgical routine, it features dedicated 3D technologies that allow you to confirm your planned results.
DAX or Deep Abdominal Transducer is a unique transducer designed, specifically for the ACUSON Sequoia™ ultrasound system, able to clinically scan up to 40cm.
DAX leverages the power of BioAcoustic™ imaging technology with the goal of accurately representing each patient’s individual bioacoustics characteristics. DAX was designed to work in all advanced modes including shear wave elastography, contrast enhanced ultrasound, and fusion.
syngo Virtual Cockpit
syngo Virtual Cockpit, a software for remote scanning assistance, lets you make the most of your imaging devices. With remote scanning assistance you can transform care delivery and achieve a higher level of standardisation that leads to more accurate diagnoses.
AI-Rad Companion is a family of vendor-neutral, multi-organ augmented reading solutions that automatically prepare clinical input to be interpreted by radiologists, pathologists and/or clinicians.
Through automation, the suite of AI-Rad Companion solutions reduce the burden of simple repetitive tasks, making better use of the knowledge and skills of experienced physicians, and reducing the time from imaging to report.
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