GE Healthcare is showcasing the latest in its portfolio of products and solutions at Arab Health 2019, a health care exhibition starting today and running until Jan. 31, at the Dubai World Trade Centre.
Elie Chaillot, president and CEO of GE Healthcare, Eastern growth markets, said: “From digital solutions to advanced diagnostic equipment, our solutions presented at Arab Health 2019 are designed to meet the needs of health care providers. With the region focusing on transforming the health care sector by investing in modern technology, our portfolio is ideally suited to achieve better patient outcomes.”
At Arab Health 2019, GE Healthcare is presenting a multi-disciplinary Discovery IGS 7 OR for neuro, spine and orthopedic surgeons and Liver ASSIST V.I. These interventional solutions address key clinical challenges and will introduce a new wave of patients to the benefits of minimally invasive therapies, which includes the potential for reduced risk, pain and recovery time.
PET/CT and SPECT/CT
In PET/CT, MotionFree offers the first-ever digital respiratory motion management solution that does not require a gating device. The digital solution seamlessly integrates with existing workflows for every patient to actively monitor respiratory motion in the background of every PET/CT procedure, clear away motion artifacts from every image and provide real-time respiratory analysis.
In nuclear medicine, the new 800 Series includes NM 830, NM/CT 850, NM/CT 860, NM/CT 870 DR, and NM/CT 870 CZT.
Intelligent CT scanners
GE Healthcare brings a new family of Revolution CT systems now enabled with Smart Subscription, a service which provides access to all the latest CT device software, all the time, for one fee per device per year. Smart Subscription encourages operational excellence with easy, real-time access to the latest CT capabilities.
GE Healthcare is showcasing a comprehensive portfolio of SIGNA MR systems and digital solutions to enable clinicians to provide a personalized, productive, quantitative and comfortable experience for their patients. AIRx is an AI-based, automated workflow tool for brain scanning, designed to increase consistency and productivity.
GE Healthcare is also showcasing a portfolio of digital health care solutions that connect machines, people and data to help solve the customers’ most pressing operational and clinical challenges. Today, radiologists waste an estimated 19 percent of their time having to use multiple systems. To address this challenge, radiologists are using new generations of picture archiving and communications systems (PACS) such as GE Healthcare’s CentricityTM Universal Viewer, which has been shown to increase the efficiency of some reading tasks by up to 40-50 percent at imaging centers around the world.
GE Healthcare will also show the progress of its Stroke Management Suite, which is being developed with Partners Healthcare. It now includes machine learning models that analyze MR and CT images for ischemic and hemorrhagic stokes.