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Philips at TCT 2021

November 4 – 6

Purposeful innovation. Empowered care.

Explore Philips cardiology solutions designed to strengthen clinical confidence, build efficiency throughout the care pathway, and improve cardiac care experiences. Individually, our solutions help you solve some of cardiology’s most significant daily challenges. And together, they create a powerful ecosystem equipped to help you realize your vision for delivering better heart care with greater efficiency. 

Didn’t get to see us at the show? Request a meeting to get hands-on with Philips latest solutions, watch our recorded symposium and demos or explore our solutions below.

Ultra-low contrast PCI symposium

Ultra-low contrast PCI case studies in high-risk patients: Techniques and tools to optimize outcomes
World Connect Studio | On-demand

As the patient population increases in age, so does the presentation of high-risk individuals with additional co-morbidities. Please join us to see Drs. Ali, Jeremias and Al-Azizi perform ultra-low contrast PCI to treat their high-risk patients and learn what tools and techniques they adopt to optimize patient outcomes.
On-demand access to TCT 2021 is free for up to one year. To register, visit 
Ziad Ali, MD
Ziad Ali, MD
St Francis Hospital & Heart Center
Roslyn, NY, USA
Allen Jeremias, MD
Allen Jeremias, MD
St. Francis Hospital
Roslyn, NY, USA
Karim Al-Aziz, MD
Karim Al-Azizi, MD
The Heart Hospital – Plano Baylor Scott & White Health
Plano, TX, USA

TCT late-breaking session featuring iFR  

At TCT 2021, Dr. Matthias Götberg presented the 5-year iFR Swedeheart data, which continues to show equivalence in outcomes between an iFR-guided and FFR-guided PCI strategy.7 iFR has 5-years of proven outcomes and is the most validated and trusted resting index.

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Coronary artery disease solutions
Structural heart disease
Structural heart disease solutions
Peripheral vascular disease
Peripheral vascular disease solutions

Featured innovations

Explore our featured innovations in cardiology, designed to strengthen clinical confidence, elevate the patient and staff experience and improve outcomes. Please contact us if you’re interested in more information or a product demonstration.
OmniWire pressure guide wire
Pressure guide wire

OmniWire pressure guide wire is the world’s first solid core pressure guide wire.OmniWire’s workhorse design combines with proven iFR 2,3 and co-registration making it easy to use physiology throughout the case. 4
AngioSculpt Evo device
AngioSculpt Evo
Scoring balloon catheter

Philips' AngioSculpt Evo is designed to be the most deliverable scoring balloon, with the power to safely dilate resistant lesions. 5 6 *
Laser atherectomy device
Laser system

The Philips Laser System, PLS, built on over 20 years of proven technology, safely and reliably photoablates a wide variety of lesion morphologies. The catheters compatible with the Philips Laser System are indicated in more vessel types than any other atherectomy device, and is the only laser system available for lead management procedures.

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Merging our strengths


Philips welcomes BioTelemetry as a Philips company. Visit the link below to discover what better cardiac data can do for you.

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4. Comparisons to Verrata Plus. Data/report internally on file or internal company’s data on file. Verification Report, D000410086/A.

5. D051336 AngioSculpt Evo Marketing Claims Report.
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7. Gotberg M. et al. iFR-SWEDEHEART: Five-Year Outcomes of a Randomized Trial of iFR-Guided vs. FFR-Guided PCI. Late-breaking clinical Trial presentation at TCT on November 4, 2021.

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