Siemens Healthineers at UKIO 2021

Siemens Healthineers at UKIO 2021Shaping the future of healthcare

UKIO 2020 - UK Imaging and Oncology 
7-25 June, 2021
Online only

Book you place at UKIO 2021 to gain access to all sessions - watch live or watch at your convenience in the on demand library (available until March 2022). Free exhibition visitor tickets are available which allow you to visit the partner showcase areas, watch the industry mini sessions on the programme, and visit the e-poster display.

MAGNETOM Free.Max1 - Breaking barriers in MRI

Today more than ever, access to healthcare should be a matter of course. But barriers still exist that limit the reach and quality of care. For MRI, those barriers may seem prohibitive, but often they are only imposed by conventions. In this session see how MAGNETOM Free.Max breaks barriers to expand the reach of MRI. Where patients have felt discomfort, the world's first 80 cm bore sets a new paradigm in patient comfort. Where infrastructure was an obstacle to MRI, MAGNETOM Free.Max slots into an existing helium-free infrastructure. Where access to MRI was not viable, MAGNETOM Free.Max makes access affordable. And where conventions have limited our thinking, MAGNETOM Free.Max breaks out of conventions to explore new clinical opportunities in MRI.

AI bij de behandeling van prostaatkanker

With the acquisition of Varian Medical Systems, Siemens Healthineers is creating a unique, highly integrated portfolio of imaging, laboratory diagnostics, artificial intelligence and treatment for the global fight against cancer. Hear how as a combined company our AI portfolio can support you and your patients through the prostate cancer pathway.  

Panel discussion on Community Diagnostics Hubs with Chris Sleight from Greater Manchester, Peter Harrison from Siemens Healthineers, Simon McGuire from GE, Charlie McCaffery from Phillips and Nick Hall from InHealth. Chaired by Rizwan Malik from Bolton FT.

Needle insertion using laser  guidance and automatic path alignment

Time and precision are critical in CT-guided intervention but even in routine in-plane percutaneous needle procedures, precise targeting can be cumbersome, with nothing to help the radiologist visualise critical anatomical structures. This session will provide an overview of how Siemens Healthineers’ new advances support interventional CT from routine to complex procedures. myNeedle Companion. Universal. Simple. Powerful. Available on SOMATOM X.ceed.

Recognising the achievements of individuals in the med-tech industry is key to supporting healthcare talent development and realising the best possible outcomes. AXREM UKIO award entries are now open and Siemens Healthineers is sponsoring the award for the ‘Young radiographer, radiologist, oncologist or medical physicists of the year’. View details here. Nominations have now closed.

Community Diagnostic Hubs - Partnering to deliver the vision

Siemens Healthineers has long been an advocate of community diagnostics, developing solutions to improve patient accessibility. We understand that every community diagnostic hub will be unique, influenced by integrated care systems and local patient pathway requirements. In this session we explore the challenges voiced to us by NHS stakeholders and discuss how, as a trusted partner, we can help to deliver your vision for community diagnostics in a sustainable and cost-effective way.