Creating the future
with cardiology solutions

 

Visit us at the American Society of Echocardiography on June 2-6
Booth# 111, Baltimore Convention Center, Baltimore, MD 

Together, we are changing the way care is delivered and improving the quality of life for patients with cardiovascular diseases.

We understand the challenges you face in bringing to life a cost-effective care delivery ecosystem – matching your resources to the changing needs of your patient populations, transitioning patients to the right care settings and building sustainable clinical networks across your enterprise.

 

Philips is focusing on developing innovative solutions based on our strengths in prehospital and diagnostic ECG, diagnostic imaging, image-guided interventions and treatment, patient monitoring and informatics that will help provide:

 

  • Coordinated, continuous and collaborative care delivery,
  • Individualized treatment – understanding the disease and managing associated co-morbidities,
  • Enhanced patient and caregiver satisfaction,
  • Facilitate adoption of new technologies, procedures and processes.

Join us at our Breakfast Symposium on Sunday June 4 from 6:00 AM - 7:00 AM

 

The Path to Better Patient Care: Studies, Cases and Solutions for Improved Cardiovascular Ultrasound 

This session will highlight three perspectives on innovations in cardiovascular ultrasound - a global study, clinical cases, and a pre and post surgery solution - all of which have impacted the way care is delivered. You will learn about: 

 

  • Results of a global, multi- center study trial for cardiovascular ultrasound  
  • The impact of live 3D TEE on interventional cardiography using real-world clinical cases 
  • Creating a total solution for surgery - complementary use of cardiovascular ultrasound in pre and post scenarios

 

Moderated by: 

Professor Mark J Monaghan PhD, FRCP(Hon), FACC, FESC, Director of Non-Invasive Cardiology, King’s College Hospital, UK

 

Presented by:

- Daniel Berson, MD, DO, Cardiovascular Anesthesiology, PA

- David Liang, MD, PhD, Stanford University Medical Center
- Roberto M. Lang, MD, FASE, Professor of Medicine Director, Noninvasive Cardiac Imaging Laboratory, The University of Chicago Medicine

Philips is pleased to sponsor the following ASE educational workshops:

When you visit Philips at Booth #111 at ASE, you will see:

X8-2t Live 3D Transesophageal Transducer
The next generation of Live 3D TEE is here for the EPIQ ultrasound platform, with an improved acoustic design that is meant to work optimally with the imaging technology of EPIQ nSIGHT imaging. The X8-2t xMATRIX transesophageal transducer improves upon our already exceptional image quality in 2D and Live 3D, with our highest volume rates yet. The X8-2t features a configurable button on its handle, enabling fast and easy access when changing its functionality, even during the exam.
 
S8-3t Micro Transesophageal Transducer
The revolutionary size of Philips multiplane MicroTEE (S8-3t) allows you to image small babies during critical cardiac catheterization and surgical procedures. With a diameter of 5.2 mm, the MicroTEE can be used with very tiny babies, even under 3.5 kg, as well as patients who cannot tolerate a larger TEE probe. Now surgeons and interventionalists can obtain important cardiac function data in the operating suite pre- and post-surgery as well as during interventional procedures.
 
Live 3D Transesophageal Imaging on Affiniti
Now available on the Philips Affiniti ultrasound platform – Philips Live 3D TEE provides increased visibility during guided procedures. Philips xMATRIX Live 3D TEE was launched in 2007, and since has been proven in over a million exams and procedures.
 
“Truly Live” 3D Echo
From transthoracic to transesophageal echo, bring Live 3D to the forefront of your diagnostic and interventional echo research and clinical practice.

Starting in the 2D space you understand, you can seamlessly move into “truly live” 3D echo. With improved workflow, transitioning between 2D modes and Live 3D to simplified cropping tools, this means less steps and increased efficiency when using EPIQ. From assessing Ejection Fractions to flow dynamics, Philips helps you bring Live 3D throughout your patients’ entire care cycle.
 
MaxVue high-definition display
At the touch of a button, the new MaxVue high-definition display brings extraordinary visualization of anatomy with 1,179,648 additional image pixels compared to a standard 4:3 display format mode. MaxVue enhances ultrasound viewing during interventional procedures and provides 38% more viewing area to optimize the display of dual, side/side, biplane, and scrolling imaging modes.
 
Automated Cardiac 2D Quantification A.I. (a2DQA.I.) enhancements with new LA Quantification*
Border tracking based upon speckle brings more accurate 2D left ventricle volumes and 2D EF measurements. New LA volumes and EF measurements are added to the a2DQA.I. Q-App, allowing users to analyze both LV and LA function from the apical four-chamber or apical two-chamber images.
*FDA 510(k) Pending

 
Automated Cardiac Motion Quantification A.I. (aCMQA.I.) enhancements*
Philips Speckle brings both standardization and flexibility to users.
*FDA 510(k) Pending

 

Lumify app-based ultrasound
With Lumify, high-quality portable ultrasound is available almost anywhere. Just subscribe or purchase, download the Lumify app, plug in the transducer, and you're set. The Lumify app and all three transducers (L12-4, C5-2, and S4-1) completed rigorous environmental and durability testing to ensure reliability for emergency, critical care, and ambulance use. www.lumify.philips.com

Join us at our Breakfast Symposium on Sunday June 4 from 6:00 AM - 7:00 AM

 

The Path to Better Patient Care: Studies, Cases and Solutions for Improved Cardiovascular Ultrasound 

This session will highlight three perspectives on innovations in cardiovascular ultrasound - a global study, clinical cases, and a pre and post surgery solution - all of which have impacted the way care is delivered. You will learn about: 

 

  • Results of a global, multi- center study trial for cardiovascular ultrasound  
  • The impact of live 3D TEE on interventional cardiography using real-world clinical cases 
  • Creating a total solution for surgery - complementary use of cardiovascular ultrasound in pre and post scenarios

 

Moderated by: 

Professor Mark J Monaghan PhD, FRCP(Hon), FACC, FESC, Director of Non-Invasive Cardiology, King’s College Hospital, UK

 

Presented by:

- Daniel Berson, MD, DO, Cardiovascular Anesthesiology, PA

- David Liang, MD, PhD, Stanford University Medical Center
- Roberto M. Lang, MD, FASE, Professor of Medicine Director, Noninvasive Cardiac Imaging Laboratory, The University of Chicago Medicine

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