Siemens Medical Solutions has launched its next generation of interventional imaging systems that offer breakthrough versatility, enhanced image quality and streamline workflow across an array of clinical environments, from body and neurointerventional radiology suites to operating rooms and hybrid rooms.
The interventional imaging system, Artis zeego, features a multi-axis C-arm that employs robotic technology to extend imaging capabilities through virtually unrestricted C-arm positioning. This results in advanced cross-sectional imaging via its positioning flexibility.
The Artis zeego has an adjustable isocenter, which enables off-center rotational angiography for all areas of the body and supports advanced 3D imaging techniques, including cross-sectional imaging through Siemens’ first-to-market syngo DynaCT.
The first two facilities in North America to receive the Artis zeego for research are St Luke’s Episcopal Hospital in Houston and the University of Virginia Health System in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Claus Grill, vice president of angiography, cardiac, and X-ray systems at Siemens Medical Solutions, said: From the innovation of the Artis zeego to imaging excellence of 3D applications like syngo DynaCT, Siemens is uniquely positioned to meet the burgeoning demands of the interventional radiology field as they continue to evolve.