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Siemens Healthineers at RSNA 2016: Engineering Success. Pioneering Healthcare. Together.
Chicago | 2016-11-28
At this year's Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) in Chicago, USA, the separately managed healthcare business of Siemens AG is presenting itself for the first time under its new brand name, Siemens Healthineers.
At this year's RSNA in Chicago, USA, Siemens Healthineers is presenting itself under the motto "Engineering Success. Pioneering Healthcare. Together."
Dr. Bernd Montag, CEO of Siemens Healthineers, talked about the new business strategy of Siemens Healthineers at this year's Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) in Chicago, USA.
Speaker at the Siemens Healthineers' RSNA Media Breakfast in Chicago, USA: Walter Märzendorfer, President Diagnostic Imaging, Siemens Healthineers, talked about the radiology of the future.
International journalists of business, science and trade press attended Siemens Healthineers' RSNA Media Breakfast.
The Cloud Gate Sculpture reflects the skyline of Chicago on 168 high-gloss polished stainless steel panels.
In the midst of Millennium Park in downtown Chicago, hundreds of tourists are swimming around a sculpture of 168 highly polished stainless steel plates reflecting the entire environment: the Cloud Gate Sculpture.
The Somatom go. platform with the Somatom go.Now and Somatom go.Up scanners offers automated and standardized workflows that help users achieve profound clinical results.
Based on the key requirements expressed by all its main customer groups in radiology, Siemens Healthineers has developed an entirely new platform for computed tomography.
In order to help its imaging customers become more competitive, Siemens Healthineers presents a new and particularly cost-efficient MRI scanner at the 2016 RSNA in Chicago.
The robot-supported angiography system was developed for use in minimally invasive surgery, interventional radiology and interventional cardiology.
Siemens Healthineers' multi-tilt table is designed to accommodate patients weighing up to 280 kilograms.
Thanks to the hygiene approach developed especially fort Artis pheno, the system has large, sealed surfaces with fewer spaces which helps customers with system cleaning.
The memory positions let the system move the C-arm out of the operating area quickly if necessary, giving the surgeon and the operating team free access to the patient, and then move it back to exactly the same position again for further imaging.
If the patient is sensitive to the contrast agent, Artis pheno can also support CO2 imaging of the extremities. The system follows the tilted table and increases CO2 visibility using the new StructureScout.
Because the system is floor-mounted, it is easier to install in the operating suite, and the sterile air flow from the ceiling is interrupted during imaging only by the flat-panel detector.
The image shows stent grafts in the aneurysmal descending aorta, the abdominal aorta, the superior mesenteric artery and the celiac trunk.
High-resolution diffusion tensor imaging, showing very detailed white matter fiber track.
The patient has multiple fractures of bilateral ribs, the vertebra and the transverse process on the left.
There are pulmonary metastases within the bifurcations of the lung from a renal cell carcinoma.
Artistically generated image showing transparent fibers overlaid on an anatomical image. Color coding of the transparent fibers represents the direction of the main fiber bundles in the brain.
At the 2016 RSNA, Siemens Healthineers unveils a groundbreaking technology that overcomes one of the major limitations in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).
Two chamber view of a volunteer both acquired during free-breathing. Single heart-beat real-time Cardiac Cine conventional (left) vs. Compress Sensing Cardiac Cine1 (right).
Four chamber view cine of a volunteer: Cardiac Cine segmented (left; TA: 8 heartbeats) vs. Compressed Sensing Cardiac Cine1 real-time (right; TA: 1 heartbeat).
Cardiac Cine segmented (left; TA: 8 heartbeats) vs. Compressed Sensing Cardiac Cine1 real-time (right; TA: 1 heartbeat).
Simultaneous Multi-Slice is based on an acceleration technology that will speed up imaging 2D acquisition time by a factor of three, enabling advanced MRI applications (such as DTI and BOLD) in the clinical routine.
The new Magnetom Sempra1 includes trendsetting applications to address patient groups previously excluded from MRI examinations, e.g. Advanced WARP for scanning patients with MR safe metallic implants.
Now, for the first time, Multitom Rax makes it possible to take 3D images under the patient's natural weight bearing condition.1
Bernd MontagChief Executive Officer, Siemens Healthineers
Walter MaerzendorferPresident Diagnostic Imaging, Siemens Healthineers