Join our symposium and learn from the top industry thought leaders who are tackling major challenges in peri-interventional and diagnostic echocardiography. They will cover topics such as optimizing and complementing imaging techniques during tricuspid valve interventions, a revolutionary imaging workflow for occlusion of the left atrial appendage and the importance of first-time right ultrasound imaging during cancer therapy.
10:15 – 11:00 AM CET
Sunday 27 August (onsite & live streamed)
As one of the finalists for the Digital Health and Artificial Intelligence award, Dr. Solis presented his team's abstract* on advances in streamlining echocardiography workflow to keep the patient at the center of imaging in terms of access and quality care at EACVI 2023. Their hard work has been acknowledged by the community. Congratulations to Dr. Solis and his team on a job well done!
*Abstract authors: JS. Solis1, FF. Fahimeh Falahi2, SG. Garcia Casado3, MR. Rodriguez Martinez4, SB. Salguero Bodes1 - (1) University Hospital 12 de Octubre, Madrid, Spain (2) Philips, Medical Office, Amsterdam, the Netherlands (3) Philips, Cardiology Informatics, Eindhoven, the Netherlands (4) Philips, Cardiology Informatics, Madrid, Spain
Supporting cardiotoxicity care workflows – in line with the new ESC guidelines
Cancer therapy-related cardiotoxicity monitoring and prevention strategies demand a truly interdisciplinary effort, as cardiologists must collaborate closely with oncology, hematology and other departments. At Philips, we are ready to support you in joining the dots and putting these strategies into practice, with our comprehensive echocardiography workflow suite.
The EPIQ CVx and Affinity CVx, our dedicated cardiac ultrasound solutions help to enhance diagnostic confidence and clinical efficiency through superior image quality, advanced quantification tools and automation.
Allow for efficiency in viewing, analysis and reporting by giving care teams the flexibility to adopt different workflows based on their current and future needs.
Provide a single point of access to a patient’s cardiovascular diagnostic information and multi-modality images, including prior exams, as well as findings, measurements and reports.
Review, analyze and quantify clinical information from different modalities and for various clinical indications with AI-enabled 3D models, maps and other quantitative tools.
Unlock the full potential of CT as a non-invasive cardiac diagnostic tool.
Realize the potential of MR throughout the pathway with ultrafast exams, optimized workflow, high-quality diagnostic imaging and enhanced patient comfort.
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