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VUZE Medical Announces U.S. FDA...

VUZE 2.0 provides much-extended interoperability and functionality; like VUZE 1.0, requires only a 2D C-arm and PC in the OR -- no cameras, markers, references or tool add-ons.

Nicklaus Children’s Health System, Philips...

Philips AI-enabled diagnostic and experiential technologies help put patients at ease while empowering staff with faster, high-quality scans and increased diagnostic confidence.

VUZE Medical Announces U.S. FDA 510(K) Clearance for Second-Generation Software-Based 3D Guidance System for Spine Surgery

VUZE 2.0 provides much-extended interoperability and functionality; like VUZE 1.0, requires only a 2D C-arm and PC in the OR -- no cameras, markers, references or tool add-ons.

Lunit Advances to Stage 2 of Australia’s National Breast Cancer Screening Project

Last year, Lunit INSIGHT MMG, Lunit's AI-powered mammography analysis solution, was selected as the preferred AI technology for mammogram screening in the BSNSW State program. The selection of Lunit INSIGHT MMG was a global first, marking the beginning of a new era where national cancer screening organizations assess the operational role of AI solutions in maintaining and improving client outcomes.

AI Innovation for Automated Detection and Classification of Osteoporotic Fractures of the Spine in CT Scans | ImageBiopsy Lab launches IB Lab FLAMINGO

"Our partnership with UCB highlights the potential of leveraging AI for improving care for many diseases, including osteoporosis" explains Richard Ljuhar, CEO at ImageBiopsy Lab.

Research from Philips and Vanderbilt | Shows How Decarbonizing Healthcare Also Helps to Reduce Cost

Philips and Vanderbilt assessed 13 diagnostic imaging devices including MR, CT, ultrasound and X-ray, which account for an estimated 12,000 patient scans per month and found that, over a period of 10 years, they emit the CO₂ equivalent of approximately 1,000 gas cars driven for one year.

United Imaging Healthcare – Manufacturer of High Quality Medical Equipment

Advanced molecular imaging, magnetic resonance, computed tomography and digital radiography technologies from market leader United Imaging Healthcare are breaking new ground in medicine and helping to improve the quality of patient care around the world.

LG Reviewed 21-Inch Diagnostic Monitor Amid Full Display Line Showcasedat RSNA 2023

According to Stephen K. Hu, LG Business Solutions USA’s head of medical displays, RSNA attendees who visit LG’s booth #1361 can see how its wide variety of medical displays increase flexibility and choice while delivering leading performance and capabilities for various medical settings.

New Apollo eBook Explores Multidisciplinary Patient-Centric Approach to Enterprise Imaging

Apollo eBook introduces a paradigm shift in enterprise imaging, explaining how a multidisciplinary, patient-centric approach ensures improved patient outcomes, thinking beyond the radiology workflow to reflect both the workflows of other specialties and medical encounters.

Vieworks Showcases X-ray Imaging Excellence: RSNA 2023 Spotligh

Vieworks will present its comprehensive range of DR flat panel detectors (FPDs) catering to general radiography, dynamic applications, and mammography. The focal point remains on the latest VIVIX-S F series, accompanied by the revolutionary VIVIX-S 1751S—a long-format detector tailored for imaging larger body parts and long bones.

Samsung Ushers in a New Era of Diagnostic Solutions at RSNA 2023

The clinical launch of the OmniTom Elite with PCD, the first US FDA 510(k) cleared single-source photon counting computed tomography scanner with a single detector on a mobile system, will be featured at this year’s meeting. Photon counting is a next-generation CT technology that sorts the different energies of X-rays after they have passed through the scan field, capturing the X-ray photons directly at the detector and converting the energy to electrical signals.

Olympus Announces Market Launch of EVIS X1 Endoscopy System

The EVIS X1 endoscopy system received clearance earlier this year along with two compatible endoscopes: the GIF-1100 gastrointestinal videoscope indicated for use within the upper digestive tract and the CF-HQ1100DL/I colonovideoscope indicated for use within the lower digestive tract.

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