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Bringing a New Rhythm to Cardiology Workflow: Siemens Demonstrates Answers to Cardiology's Toughest Questions
Date:3/27/2008

on helps enable the goal of a seamless, optimized workflow for the care of the cardiovascular patient.

Siemens Users Share Best Practices

At the 2008 ACC, Siemens has asked a number of customers to present short success stories to conference attendees about how Siemens technology has helped them "Bring a New Rhythm to Cardiology Workflow." Topics will range from reducing door-to-balloon time with the company's innovative X-ray imaging systems to reducing the time it takes to generate a cardiology report with the company's image and information management solutions. Speakers will be at the Siemens booth (#3006) throughout the day on Sunday March 30 and Monday March 31. A complete schedule will be posted in the Siemens booth.

Enhancing the Cardiology Spectrum

Siemens will also display its full spectrum of cardiovascular solutions, including:

Interventional Cardiology

-- The Artis zee(R) is the next generation of interventional imaging

systems. See vessel edges more precisely, and ensure proper stent

positioning within seconds. Artis zee's future forward design also

supports emerging therapeutic treatments. In addition, the Artis

zeego(R) features a multi-axis C-arm that employs robotic technology

to extend imaging capabilities through virtually unrestricted

positioning.

Cardiovascular CT

-- The world's first dual source CT, the SOMATOM Definition(TM), is

faster than every heartbeat, eliminating the need for beta blockers

and reducing radiation exposure by as much as 50 percent when compared

to traditional cardiac CT imaging. In addition to advanced imaging,

syngo(R) WebSpace represents the latest innovation in client-server

solutions for CT applications and offers real-time access to CT data

at a doctor's office or home, and even on the road through a network

connection.


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