Siemens at ECR 2013
With our ECR 2013 imaging innovations, we proudly presented new possibilities for clinical detection, more accurate diagnosis, and more targeted therapy to help you overcome challenges in the clinical setting. We explained how our high-quality, economical systems and IT can help you improve patient and staff access to imaging. And with our latest imaging innovations, we can help you increase your efficiency and efficacy in your daily clinical routine.
This is what Siemens provides: Answers, visualized.
ECR is over - but the future of imaging technology goes on.
Find here some video impressions from our booth.
Reading and reporting in hybrid imaging
Interview with Dr. Carl von Gall from the University Hospital in Erlangen, Germany on his hands-on workshop at the ECR 2013. SPECT/CT and PET/CT were in focus. He gives a future outlook on possibilities with syngo.via and hybrid imaging and touches briefly on the topic of PET/MR.
Developments for a new standardized approach on prostate MRI
Interview with Dr. Matthias Röthke from the German Cancer Research Institute on developments for a new standardized approach on prostate MRI.
Improving patient care by reducing dose
Interview with Dr. Hatem Alkadhi on how patient care will continue to improve in CT diagnostics by continuously reducing dose. Dr. Alkadhi sees the ECR as an excellent opportunity to exchange knowledge on this topic.
In trying to reduce dose, one should never accept any reduction in image quality
An interview Prof. Dr. Willi Kalender on why it is so important to focus on the quality of service in radiology. In trying to reduce dose, one should never accept any reduction in image quality. Prof. Dr. Kalender feels it is not so much about low dose, than about right dose.
The value of ECR for a specialist in CT radiology
An interview with Dr. Marco Das from the University Hospital Maastricht about the value of the ECR for him as a specialist in CT radiology and his participation in a vendor face-off with very challenging cases.
The clinical value of syngo.via and some of the new features of the new syngo.via VA20
An interview with Prof. Dr. Anno Graser about the clinical value of syngo.via. He points out some of the new features of the new syngo.via VA20 - the routine 3D and advanced reading software. The new version features expanded mobile applications as well as enhanced functionality and additional applications.
The clinical value of metal artifact reduction in hip and knee MRI
An interview with Dr. Reto Sutter on the clinical value of metal artifact reduction in MRI for imaging patients who have undergone hip or knee surgery. An MR examination can be useful to diagnose why the patient may still be having pain after total hip or knee arthroplasty.
Muscoloskeletal MRI and a promising initiative
An interview with Prof. Weber who heads the department of Musculoskeletal Radiology at Heidelberg University Hospital, Germany. Within the constantly growing field of MSK MRI there are many opportunities to share and increase knowledge and experiences - and there is also a promising initiative...
Breast MRI - the outstanding method with high sensitivity and the value of hands-on courses
An interview from Siemens Breast Care Day with Dr. Clemens Kaiser, University Hospital in Mannheim/Germany, on Breast MRI as the outstanding method with high sensitivity and the value of hands-on courses on that topic.
Indications for Digital Breast Tomosynthesis and Breast MRI in investigation of breast lesions
An interview from Siemens Breast Care Day with Prof. Van Ongeval, UZ Leuven, Dept. of Radiology, Belgium, and Dr. Wenkel, University Hospital Erlangen, Dept. of Radiology, Germany.