Siemens Healthineers highlights cancer care solution at Arab Health

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Siemens Healthineers is participating at Arab Health showcasing its portfolio of equipment and solutions on its booth, including cancer care solutions with Varian, a Siemens Healthineers Company. 

Attendees can expect to explore new innovations in computed tomography, magnetic resonance, mammography, ultrasound and laboratory solutions.

Vivek Kanade, managing director Siemens Healthineers Middle East & Africa, said: “As pioneers in medical technology and with our history, Siemens Healthineers is actively shaping the future of healthcare. As one of the industry leaders in innovation, we look forward to introducing our latest breakthroughs in medical imaging, cancer care and laboratory diagnostics to the market and exhibition visitors.” 

Siemens Healthineers says it is taking attendees on a journey through the healthcare environment, with focus areas access to care, cancer care, women’s health, workflow solutions, and the imaging value chain. With accessibility of care being one of the most pressing global challenges in healthcare, Siemens Healthineers will present its spoke-hub concept of an automated drone delivery for blood sample transportation, as recently piloted in a controlled study in Kenya. 

Kanade said: “The pilot program for a drone delivery service for blood samples, in collaboration with our technology partner Wingcopter, is a testament to our commitment to creating forward-looking, impactful partnerships and overcoming infrastructural challenges and thus improving enhanced access to care.”

For the first time in the Middle East, Siemens Healthineers unveiled the SOMATOM Pro.Pulse, a dual source computed tomography system, enhancing scanning experience across multiple specialties while presenting a solution with access to the technology, even for smaller facilities due to reduced space requirement. Also making it’s Middle East debut is the Magnetom Free.Max, a virtually helium-free Magnetic Resonance scanner with ultra-compact footprint and 80cm wide bore, providing access to a larger group of patients. 

As one in eight women suffer from breast cancer, Siemens Healthineers take the next step into the future of breast cancer detection, displaying the next-gen 3D mammography The Mammomat B. brilliant, which aims to facilitate and accelerate early diagnosis, while removing inconclusive results to enhance patient experience. Another spotlight will be set on the latest ultrasound upgrade to their portfolio, the ACUSON Origin, a cardiac ultrasound system. With integration of AI technology, it offers diagnostic accuracy providing clinicians with real-time insights.


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