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Philips Answers the Call for Worldwide Access to Advanced Imaging Systems for Diagnosis and Treatment
Date:11/30/2011

ces visualization of critical structures by reducing the interference of metal artifacts. The cost-effective MX16EVO slice CT system allows institutions to excel at routine CT scans, as well as expand into neurological and CT angiography (CTA) imaging with excellent image quality.

Veradius Mobile C-arm with flat detector: This next-generation technology of the Philips Veradius Mobile C-arm with flat detector balances consistent image quality and clarity with a design that allows for sufficient space and convenience in challenging cardiac, vascular and orthopedic surgeries. The device is equipped with a large field of view that is not affected by geometrical or magnetic distortions. The Veradius Mobile C-arm with flat detector supports a wide range of applications and delivers higher quality imaging at a great value.

ClearVue 550: The Philips ClearVue 550 (pending 510(k) clearance; not for sale in the U.S.) is designed to be a user-friendly, lightweight and energy-efficient ultrasound system that produces high-quality imaging at an affordable price. The product uses proprietary Active Array technology, which results in enhanced image quality in both 2D and color images, lighter weight cabling, increased system reliability, and easier serviceability. The versatile platform aims to meet a broad range of clinical application needs, including abdominal, OB/Gyn, small parts, vascular, musculoskeletal, cardiac, pediatrics, urology, and Transcranial Doppler (TCD). 

Existing solutions on display at RSNA round out comprehensive portfolio of value imaging solutions

Intera 1.51T: Philips Intera 1.5T is a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) system which provides a balance between investment value, patient comfort, and support for a wide range of clinical applications. The system simplifies imaging exams using SmartExam technology. SmartExam is an intelligent scanning system that r
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