Siemens Healthineers

Siemens Healthineers

Through its subsidiaries, Siemens Healthineers AG designs, manufactures, and distributes equipment and products for imaging, diagnostics, and advanced therapies for healthcare providers internationally.

There are three divisions in the company; Imaging, Diagnostics, and Advanced Therapies.

Magnetic resonance imaging systems, computed tomography, X-ray systems, molecular imaging systems, and ultrasound systems are provided in the Imaging segment.

The Diagnostics segment of the company provides healthcare providers with in vitro diagnostic products and services that include molecular, laboratory, and point-of-care diagnostics, workflow solutions, and informatics solutions.

In its Advanced Therapies segment, they provide integrated products, solutions, and services to medical treatment departments of healthcare institutions, including robotic-assisted platforms for interventional procedures on coronary and peripheral arteries. Angiogram systems and mobile C-arms are the major products of this segment.

In addition, the company offers a wide range of service offerings related to customer value chains, such as design, maintenance, operational management, training, and education. By advancing precision medicine, realising the potential of digital healthcare and transforming care delivery to improve patient experiences, the company is striving to increase value for healthcare providers.

Siemens Healthineers have also created the Siemens Healthcare User Forum, an online space for peers to share and exchange clinical knowledge and expertise. This is a platform where discussions on relevant topics, such as the technical usage of equipment or patient care optimisation, can be easily found and referenced.

Healthcare equipment performance management, clinical education, e-learning, asset management, and managed departmental services are also provided by Siemens Healthineers.

Siemens Healthineers are in collaboration with HERE Technologies, and the company headquarters are based in Erlangen, Germany, though it is a worldwide organisation operating with roughly 65,000 employees. Siemens Healthineers AG is a part of Siemens Aktiengesellschaft.

Acuson Sequoia Ultrasound System

The ACUSON Sequoia system uses bio-acoustic technology to reduce the effects of ultrasound variation among users, patients, and technology, offering effective clinical insights. Features include:

  • Infocus imaging
  • Custom tissue imaging
  • UltraArt universal imaging processing
  • Modality compare
  • Colour technologies with customisable image parameters

The Acuson Sequoia Ultrasound System allows for imaging without near-field or far-field resolution degradation.

Acuson Sequoia Ultrasound System
© Siemens Healthineers

Multitom Rax

Multitom Rax is a Twin Robotic X-ray system that offers advanced positioning capabilities.

These are especially suited for difficult examinations, such as those involving trauma or orthopedics, and a unique automated workflow enables musculoskeletal insights to be incorporated into routine clinical practice.

It offers extended anatomical coverage, increased precision, and improved technology designed to reduce the risk of over-exposure to radiation.

Multitom Rax
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