Anatomical Intelligence

Turning images 

into answers

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Applying Anatomical Intelligence in daily practice
Echo in peri-interventional imaging
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Anatomical Intelligence looks at a patient’s ultrasound data and applies adaptive system intelligence using 3D anatomical models to create easier and more reproducible results. Anatomical Intelligence in ultrasound uses advanced organ modeling, image slicing, and proven quantification to help make ultrasound exams easier to perform and more reproducible while delivering new levels of clinical information to meet the economic and clinical challenges of today’s healthcare environment.

 

Anatomical Intelligence is used in Philips imaging solutions such as EchoNavigator, EP navigator and HeartNavigator. Already today it is providing clinicians with sophisticated, yet easy-to-use processing tools, and helping them quickly and more confidently identify anatomy and anomalies, assess disease states, determine treatment, and guide interventions.

Introducing HeartModelᴬ⋅ᴵ⋅ for echocardiography

Introducing HeartModelᴬ⋅ᴵ⋅, a new Anatomically Intelligent Ultrasound (AIUS) application that brings advanced Live 3D quantification, automated 2D views and robust reproducibility to echocardiography. HeartModelᴬ⋅ᴵ⋅ automatically detects, segments, and quantifies the LA (Left Atrium) and LV (Left Ventricle) from a 3D volume.
White paper

Automated transthoracic 3D echo quantification of the left heart chambers

 

White paper

HeartModelᴬ⋅ᴵ⋅ Removing the complexity of Live 3D Quantification

 

Brochure

Reproducible EF in seconds – Philips EPIQ 7 HeartModelᴬ⋅ᴵ⋅

 

HeartModelᴬ⋅ᴵ⋅ gives you critical information in seconds


This study compared quantification between 2D and Live 3D HeartModelᴬ⋅ᴵ⋅ and demonstrated a 82% time savings for HeartModelᴬ⋅ᴵ⋅ when using the automated capability, and 63% time savings when minor edits were required.

5 reasons to try Anatomical Intelligence

 

More users can have more diagnostic confidence due to increased reproducibilitywith less steps in less time than traditional methods.