Precision diagnosis for cardiology

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Strengthening clinical confidence and efficiency in cardiology

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    Cardiac care is a series of defining moments. Empower those moments with clinically-smart diagnostic solutions, streamlined workflows, and actionable insights for data-driven cardiac care. Light the way for clear care pathways for even your most complex patient journeys.

    Expand access to expertise in echocardiology


    Efficiency is an essential part of any echocardiology exam – particularly if unforeseen issues arise. Often a resolution might just need a quick consultation with the referring doctor, a knowledgeable colleague, or a specialist on the echo system. But what if that expert is not close by – assuming they can take time out from what they are already doing?

    Connecting remotely with the sonographer or physician performing the exam makes it possible to provide real-time consultation and  guidance. This can avert missed information, avoid extended exam times or repeat exams, and enable experts to expand their reach from wherever they are working.
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    “Tele-health will be our future and Collaboration Live will allow us to have more connections, even to our patients.”


    Dr. Pei-Ni Jone, MD

    Professor of Pediatrics, Pediatric Cardiology
    Children's Hospital Colorado, University of Colorado School of Medicine, Aurora, Colorado 

    Leading the way in efficient diagnosis

    Leading the way in efficient diagnosis with cardiac imaging and informatics


    Efficiency in cardiac imaging plays a significant role in how fast the referring physicians can proceed with their treatment planning.

     

    Cardiac imaging workflows need to be streamlined at every step to address the priority, complexity and volume of cases. This happens through support for comprehensive and insightful analyses by the specialists performing the cardiac imaging study.

    Technology to improve diagnosis and care for cardiac patients

    See how Miami Cardiac and Vascular Institute is putting patients first and bringing efficiency to cardiac workflows.

    Diagnostic confidence

    Diagnostic confidence
    Innovations in echo and cardiac imaging to support diagnostic confidence


    Cardiac care is driven by data. How easily you can arrive at confident diagnoses depends on the quality and completeness of that data, and how it is presented for your interpretation.

     

    Everything starts with smart measurement and signal processing technologies. But it’s the integration of clinical decision support tools, automated calculations, and AI algorithms that provide you with advanced visualizations and analyses, and easily comparable results. That’s what gives you a head start on making precise decisions across clinical settings and over time, to support both acute and long-term cardiac care for each patient.

    Clarity in echocardiography diagnosis

    Clarity in echocardiology diagnosis


    You face increasing numbers of difficult-to-image patients among the competing demands on your time and attention. That means you need better support than ever from your echocardiology capabilities.

     

    To tackle this, you need advanced visualization and quantification tools that enhance image quality for tissue, valves and flow, and give you consistent results across users and exam series. This helps minimize exam time for patients and improve your overall workflow.

    Easy understanding for confident assessments

    Easy understanding for confident assessments


    Assessing cardiac anatomy has meant working with 2D and 3D imaging that’s complex and not intuitive.

    See how photorealistic 3D rendering can make it easier for you to interpret what you’re seeing and reach a better overall understanding of cardiac structures.
    Experience the difference between cardiac images and cardiac insight

    Experience the difference between cardiac images and cardiac insight


    Guidelines and reimbursement changes are recommending the use of CT and MR to detect many anatomical and functional heart diseases at earlier stages and to diagnose them with greater accuracy. But these powerful studies are also complex.

     

    Smart diagnostic systems combined with advanced visualization tools work together to support precise, confident quantification and analysis in reading cardiac MR and CT exams, to deliver useful results to referring physicians.

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    "To support the diagnosis of coronary CT angiography, we need advanced visualisation tools that facilitate analysis."


    Prof. Jonathon Leipsic
    Professor of Radiology and Cardiology, University of British Columbia.
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    Dr. Danrad shares his experiences with diagnostic-quality coronary and cardiac CTA on spectral CT.


    Dr. Raman Danrad
    Associate Professor of Clinical Radiology, Associate Professor of Internal Medicine
    (Cardiology), Louisiana State University School of Medicine, New Orleans
    Clear care pathways

    Clear care pathways
    Confidence for early detection and mitigation of heart failure


    Cardiac care is driven by decisions. These influence the patient's journey, particularly in complex cases. The sooner a condition is detected, the greater the influence on the quality of the treatment and follow-up care.
     

    Achieving a confident diagnosis takes tools that can be incorporated into routine exams – to keep the thresholds to detection and comprehensive follow up low. It also takes flexibility to adapt to new medical challenges as they arise.

    Putting the heart into long term cancer care

    Putting the heart into
    long-term cancer care


    For cancer patients, cardiovascular issues such as chemotherapy-induced cardiomyopathy and cardiac-dysfunction can cause problems– even years after therapy.

    Cardiac assessment of cancer patients for earlier diagnosis of damage enhances the opportunities to accommodate cardioprotective cancer treatment.
    Diagnosing and managing cardiotoxicity
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    “Dynamic HeartModelA.I. and AutoStrain provide valuable insights to support cardiovascular monitoring and cardiotoxicity prevention, in close collaboration with oncologists and hematologists.”


    Dr. Teresa López Fernández
    Cardiac Imaging and Cardio-Oncology Unit Leader
    La Paz University Hospital, Madrid, Spain
    Covid 19 and the heart

    COVID-19 and the heart


    As COVID-19 spread across the world, clinicians worked to understand the impact of the virus and develop and share methods for diagnosis and care pathways, adjusting as new science emerges. Early in the management of the disease, much focus was on the impact on the lungs and as time progressed, the impact on the heart became evident.


    Smart diagnostic technologies are supporting the evaluation and understanding of acute and long-term implications of the virus on the heart.

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    Learn how COVID-19 can affect heart function as Dr. Roberto Lang from the University of Chicago explains how to recognize the impact of the virus using echocardiography.

     

    Dr. Roberto Lang

    Director, Noninvasive Cardiac Imaging Laboratory, University of Chicago

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    COVID-19 and the heart
    Prof. Sebastian Kelle shares his experience working with Cardiovascular MR with COVID-19 patients.


    Prof. Sebastian Kelle
    Professor of Cardiac MRI, Head of Cardiac MRI/Director of the MRI Core Lab for the German Heart Center, Berlin & Charité University Medicine, Berlin
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