Philips shows wide range of devices at Arab Health 2017

2017 02 01 09 27 24 242 2017 02 01 Arab Health 17 Philips

DUBAI - At this week's Arab Health 2017 exhibition in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE), Philips Healthcare is demonstrating its portfolio of fully integrated data-driven connected health technology products, from prevention and healthy living to diagnosis and treatment and care at home.

Philips Healthcare at Arab Health 2017.Philips Healthcare at Arab Health 2017.

But with one in every five UAE citizens losing their lives due to cardiovascular diseases, the vendor is putting particular emphasis on delivering diagnostic confidence and enhanced decision support for cardiac patients, highlighting the following:

  • InnoSight is a Philips diagnostic, compact ultrasound system that is on display for the first time at Arab Health. InnoSight is designed to address customer's needs for an affordable, portable ultrasound system that combines simplicity with clinical versatility, according to the vendor.
  • HeartModelAI -- anatomical intelligence ultrasound (AIUS) application -- part of a range of technologies available on the Epiq ultrasound system that brings automated quantification, 3D views, and reproducibility to echocardiography.
  • IntelliSpace Cardiovascular -- next generation image and information integrated software solution. Web-based echo reporting provides clinicians with improved remote access and convenience and vendor agnostic expanded WebAPI enables easier integration for comprehensive patient data and analytics.
  • Dynamic Coronary Roadmap is a Philips-exclusive technology that allows physicians to navigate in coronary arteries efficiently and with confidence by creating a dynamic, motion-compensated, real-time view of the coronary arteries. This new technology is seamlessly integrated into standard care workflow and is used in daily clinical practice.

At the booth, Philips also presented HealthSuite, an open, secure, cloud-based platform that pulls together the vast amount of data produced by digital software, including third-party devices, traditional medical data sources like electronic medical records, diagnostic and treatment information, and medical images.

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