Philips focuses on lung nodules, efficiency, mobility

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Philips highlighted its xLNA Enterprise 2.0, a new generation of CAD software that supports physicians in the visualization, identification, evaluation and reporting of pulmonary lesions and lung nodules in digital radiographic chest images. It will be available in the U.S., China and Europe in Q1 of 2007. Also on display was the Philips MultiDiagnost Eleva, a multi-purpose x-ray system with extended capabilities in vascular and interventional procedures as well as RF exams. The new 3D imaging feature gives clinicians excellent insight into the patient’s anatomy in order to develop better treatment strategy through stack imaging.

Philips offered the latest in its DigitalDiagnost family for DR radiography, which includes enhanced functionalities and flexibility, such as motorized horizontal movements of the vertical stand for easy switching between table examinations and chest examinations.

The Eleva family of Philips CR systems continues to help improve efficiency by offering everything from step-in digitalization to integration into a complete digital environment. The latest release of Philips PCR Eleva allows clinicians to access iSite PACS to query previous exams from different modalities and view them directly in the x-ray room.

The Philips Practix Convenio is an award-winning, battery-powered mobile x-ray system designed for use in intensive care and emergency rooms.