Philips

Philips

Philips Healthcare, a division of the diversified technology company Philips, established in 1891, provides healthcare solutions for diagnostics, treatment, and preventive care. With headquarters in Amsterdam, the company operates internationally through three main business divisions: Diagnosis & Treatment, Connected Care, and Personal Health.

The company manufactures a wide range of medical products, including CT scanners, ECG equipment, mammography tools, monitoring equipment, MRI scanners, radiography equipment, resuscitation equipment, ultrasound tools, molecular imaging devices, and X-ray equipment.

Research and development efforts at Philip Healthcare have been focused on advancing new technologies and solutions in the areas of radiology, cardiology, oncology, decision support, home health, respiratory as well as other critical areas.

These technologies include devices for magnetic resonance imaging, advanced molecular imaging, computed tomography, diagnostic X-ray, and other imaging components, along with integrated clinical solutions, integrated interventional systems (such as interventional diagnostic and therapeutic devices), treatment planning and guidance for cardiology, general imaging, imaging products focused on diagnosis, obstetrics/gynaecology, and point-of-care applications.

The company also produces proprietary software enabling diagnostics and intervention, as well as monitoring and analytics solutions, emergency care and resuscitation equipment, sleep and respiratory care solutions, and patient management solutions.

Philips Healthcare has recently partnered with openDoctor with the aim of delivering an integrated radiology patient engagement platform, leveraging openDoctor’s real-time online appointment scheduling services as part of its patient management solution. A user-friendly platform was created as a result, allowing patients to book appointments that are convenient for their individual schedules while optimizing staff and location availability simultaneously.

The company has also collaborated with Ibex Medical Analytics Ltd. to jointly promote digital pathology and AI solutions to hospitals, pathology laboratories and global health networks.

Trilogy EV300

Trilogy EV300 is a hospital ventilator, providing both invasive mechanical ventilation (IMV) and non-invasive ventilation (NIV), with a range of monitoring capabilities for patients at or above 2.5 kg, meaning patients can be treated with a single device for the duration of their hospital stay, irrespective of changing conditions. Trinity EV300 features a wide range of advanced NIV auto-titrating therapy modes, including AVPAS and AE, and IMV is available as a dual-limb or a single-limb system.

Trilogy EV300
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MobileDiagnost wDR 2.1

The MobileDiagnost wDR is a digital x-ray system with a sliding column, offering excellent visibility, and is ergonomically deigned to make the system easy to drive and park. Adaptable connectivity functions allow this digital radiography system to bring rapid, high definition images to all areas of the healthcare workplace. With MobileDiagnost wDR, excellent workflows and access to premium digital images can be achieved quickly. A small form factor, cable-free design, SkyPlate wireless portable detectors, SkyFlow technology, and only three clicks needed to complete an exam are some of the features geared towards efficiency and convenience.

MobileDiagnost wDR 2.1
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