Royal Philips announced the range of its Magnetic Resonance (MR) solutions to be showcased at the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine's (ISMRM) 23rd Annual Meeting & Exhibition in Toronto, Canada.
Visitors will see the latest in innovations designed in collaboration with clinicians and partners, to increase clinical performance, enhance patient experience and provide economic value.
The solutions highlight Philips’ commitment to making MR more accessible to patients, while improving diagnostic confidence.
"MR brings the best of cutting edge technologies and clinical applications in a robust way to address real world clinical challenges and disease states for people around the globe in multiple care settings across the health continuum," said Vinay Parthan, VP Research and Development MRI, Philips.
"MR is also a nascent imaging modality and has tremendous scope for research and exploration. Philips is excited to collaborate with our research partners as we co-innovate to enhance patient care through intuitive and quantitative MR."
With acquisition, reconstruction and post processing research tools like Paradise Pulse Programming environment and Recon 2.0, Philips provides research partners access to key algorithms within its MR systems, allowing them to develop their own applications on Philips platforms.
The Philips ISMRM Booth #301 will feature the following research-only technologies:
Philips Recon 2.0* – Flexible, high-end MR image reconstruction framework.
IntelliSpace Discovery* – Multi-modality visualization and analysis solution to facilitate research.
The booth will also feature the following solution:
Ingenia MR-RT MR-only simulation** – New approach in therapy that helps clinicians rely on MR as a primary imaging modality for prostate cancer treatment.
And the following commercially available product:
Ingenia 3.0T CX – Designed to help you to explore new clinical fields with confidence, perform advanced clinical imaging to supports referrals and conduct routine imaging efficiently.