Innovation  for you.

Innovation  with you.

                

European Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine and Biology | ESMRMB 2016

September 29 – October 1 | Messe Wien Congress Center | Vienna 

At Philips, we have a long history of converting research into meaningful innovation, improving the lives of clinicians and patients. We look beyond technology to the experiences of the people at the heart of care – patients, clinicians and care givers – to unlock insights across the patient journey. We are dedicated to helping you address your challenges by partnering to create meaningful innovations.

 

Join us at ESMRMB, where we tackle these challenges with innovative tools and technologies to help you perform clinical consults; recommend the best imaging; and provide the relevant information to the entire care team.

 

Learn more about how we support your vision for seamless integration of radiology across the health continuum.

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From research collaboration

 

Dr Tetsuya Yoneda, Kumamoto University - Japan talks about his collaboration with Philips on a technique called SWIp developed for susceptibility weighted imaging.

… to clinical practice

 

Dr Chip Truwit, Hennepin County Medical Center – Minneapolis – USA explains how SWIp became an integral part of all MR trauma scans.

Dr Chip Truwit, Hennepin County Medical Center – Minneapolis – USA explains how SWIp became an integral part of all MR trauma scans.
Dr Chip Truwit, Hennepin County Medical Center – Minneapolis – USA explains how SWIp became an integral part of all MR trauma scans.
Dr Chip Truwit, Hennepin County Medical Center – Minneapolis – USA explains how SWIp became an integral part of all MR trauma scans.
Dr Chip Truwit, Hennepin County Medical Center – Minneapolis – USA explains how SWIp became an integral part of all MR trauma scans.
Dr Chip Truwit, Hennepin County Medical Center – Minneapolis – USA explains how SWIp became an integral part of all MR trauma scans.
Dr Chip Truwit, Hennepin County Medical Center – Minneapolis – USA explains how SWIp became an integral part of all MR trauma scans.

Future of MR in radiotherapy

 

Prof. Dr. Marco van Vulpen and Ir. Dr. Nico van den Berg, UMC Utrecht cancer center, the Netherlands – are talking about the collaboration with Philips, which contributes to opening new treatment pathways for MR-guided therapies.

Symposium Program

Innovation for you. Innovation with you.


Attend our lunch symposium to hear from leaders in the field. They will be sharing their knowledge with you on innovation in MR technology and the impact of new clinical applications.

Highlights

Easy, fast clinical fiber tracking
Visualization of fiber tracts of Diffusion Tensor Imaging (DTI) data. Trace, analyze and process fibers in real-time with minimal mouse clicks. Supports pre-operative surgical planning, post-surgery evaluation and general evaluation of fiber tracts around tumors and lesions in connection with functional areas.

 

See for yourself

Easy, reliable and fast fMRI
Advanced neuro imaging with accurate execution of fMRI BOLD data acquisition help visualize task-related areas of activation in the brain. Full integration of stimulus delivery and stimulus control via dedicated ExamCards makes fMRI easy, reliable and fast.

 

See for yourself

Easy, reliable and fast fMRI

Advanced neuro imaging with accurate execution of fMRI BOLD data acquisition help visualize task-related areas of activation in the brain. Full integration of stimulus delivery and stimulus control via dedicated ExamCards makes fMRI easy, reliable and fast.

 

See for yourself

SWIp delivers 3D images with susceptibility contrast
SWIp offers the speed and image quality you need to support your clinical MR examinations. High resolution 3D images with susceptibility contrast for high sensitivity to venous blood products in surprisingly short scan times. Produces detailed phase maps to support advanced diagnosis.

 

See for yourself

Whitepaper ScanWise Implant

 

Patients with implants are not scanned routinely in MRI systems. Warning signs prohibit entrance to patients with a pacemaker, a hip implant, a clip or vascular coil, or any other device implanted in or worn on the body. Rigorous prescreening procedures apply, to identify patients with implants before they undergo an MRI examination. In recent years, however, many MR Conditional implants have become available, and patients with such implants can now benefit from MR imaging. Nevertheless, scanning patients with MR Conditional implants remains challenging. How confident are you that you can meet the MR Conditional requirements in your MRI practice?

 

Download the ScanWise Implant whitepaper

Clinical Case Map

Now, you can see proof of the power of dStream, the Philips broadband digital MR architecture that helps you get information consistently, in the same time.

The interactive dStream Clinical Case Map shows you real clinical cases from dStream users that illustrate how dStream brings digital clarity and speed* to MR imaging. You can choose to view cases by clinical area, field strength or your imaging need.

 

The dStream Clinical Case Map is a remarkable way to appreciate the power of dStream. Visit it now – and be prepared to be amazed.

 

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*Digital clarity and speed defined as SNR obtained with Ingenia or SmartPath to dStream compared to Philips Achieva

FieldStrength MRI articles

 

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