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

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-- By combining multimodality, diagnostic image management from syngo(R)

Dynamics with the nursing documentation, orders, and outcomes analysis

capabilities of Soarian Cardiology, the Soarian Cardiology and syngo

Dynamics solution provides powerful procedural and episodic care

reporting capabilities and a cardiovascular electronic patient record

(EPR) that supports the cardiac care process. With Soarian Cardiology

and syngo Dynamics, Siemens advances its trendsetting strategy of

delivering end-to-end IT, imaging and workflow solutions. In a

clinical environment where images are critical to the care of a

patient, physicians need all images and data accessible at one

workstation and available via a longitudinal clinical repository. This

solution helps enable the goal of a seamless, optimized workflow for

the care of the cardiovascular patient.

Cardiovascular MR

-- The combination of advanced speed and higher resolution images has

expanded the role of magnetic resonance imaging in cardiology.

syngo(R) Inline VF, new from Siemens, enables fully automatic

detection of heart contours and cardiac wall motion during image

acquisition. Now, this software can help physicians more accurately

assess cardiac function immediately after a scan.

Molecular Imaging

-- True efficiency and integration are achieved with Siemens' cardiology

solutions, including c.cam(TM), Symbia SPECT, Symbia SPECT-CT, and

Biograph PET-CT systems. Siemens' MI solutions provide cardiologists

with functional information, such as wall motion, myocardial

perfusion, and in some cases, plaque characterization, as well as

morphological information, such as the presence of coronary

calcifications. Siemens will also highlight PETN
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