Siemens Healthineers – Shape 22 press conference

On November 15th, Siemens Healthineers Shape 22 will bring together top decision-makers and specialized healthcare professionals. In the following press conference on November 16th starting at 1 p.m. CET, we will showcase our innovations in diagnostic imaging in a dedicated press conference and answer your questions.

Published on 10. November 2021
<p><i>Erlangen, Germany</i> | 16.11.2021</p><ul><li><b><b>Naeotom Alpha excels in all technical parameters related to image quality<br> </b></b></li><li><b><b>Increase in resolution and reduction in radiation dose means a jump in image quality impossible with conventional CT scanners<br> </b></b></li><li><b><b>Cleared for clinical use in the USA and Europe, more than 20 systems installed, over 8.000 patients scanned, over 500 patents filed related to photon-counting<br> </b></b></li></ul>
<p><i>Erlangen, Germany</i> | 16.11.2021<br> </p><ul><li><b>50 percent of the world's population has no access to MRI<br> </b></li><li><b>Magnetom Free.Star<sup>1</sup> aims at making MRI more accessible to people, that are currently not benefitting from it at all or only to a limited extent<br> </b></li><li><b>Excellent image quality through the combination of AI-based reconstruction algorithms and a new field strength of 0.55 Tesla on the unique High-V MRI platform<br> </b></li><li><b>Up to 30 percent lower costs<sup>2</sup> over the entire lifecycle of the system </b></li></ul> <p><sup>1 Magnetom Free.Star is under development and is not commercially available. Future availability cannot be guaranteed.<br>2 Compared to conventional MRI systems with large quantities of helium and quench pipe/Data on file</sup></p>
<p><b>Diagnostic Imaging | November 16th, 1:00–2:00 p.m. CET</b><br> </p><ul><li>André Hartung, President Diagnostic Imaging: introduction and new products</li> <li>Philipp Fischer, Head of Computed Tomography: deep-dive on the new photon-counting CT</li> <li>Prof. Dr. med. Thomas Kröncke, Director Clinic of diagnostic and interventional radiology, University Hospital Augsburg: first clinical experiences with the new photon-counting CT</li> </ul>