Philips to showcase “full suite” of cardiology solutions for diagnosis and treatment at ESC



A press release reports that Royal Philips will be showcasing its latest in advanced integrated cardiology solutions at the upcoming European Society of Cardiology conference (27-31 August, Rome, Italy). It adds that the focus will be on prevention, diagnosis and treatment. The company will spotlight multiple modalities to address the needs of a growing and aging population with a personalised and cost-effective approach to cardiovascular care, featuring: IntelliSpace Cardiovascular, Dynamic Coronary Roadmap, EPIQ with HeartModel Anatomical Intelligence (AI) as well as Philips Volcano IVUS and iFR/FFR technologies.

According to the press release, visitors to the Philips booth (#E4-N100) will experience Philips holistic approach to cardiovascular care, featuring its integrated cardiology software, innovative solutions and best-in-class services approach to connect people, technologies and care protocols across the entire health continuum. From intravascular imaging, ultrasound, healthcare IT and advanced software applications, to physiology image guided interventional technologies and Personal Health Solutions for better heart health, Philips aim to provide a customised integrated approach to deliver enhanced workflow for the entire clinical team.

Bert van Meurs, business leader of image-guided therapy for Philips, says: “Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death and accounts for more costs than any other chronic illness. At Philips, we believe every heart is unique and every patient deserves an individual approach to their health. To this end, we’re providing clinicians with the tools they need to enable efficient and effective clinical decision making and deliver personalized care to each one of their patients. As health systems continue to move toward value-based care, we’re committed to transforming workflow for first time right diagnosis, increasing productivity and improving outcomes for cardiology patients at the point of care.”