Cardiology

Procedural confidence and efficiency to empower improved heart care

Bring advanced clinical capability and enhanced efficiency to the treatment of structural heart disease.

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    What if you could improve care for structural heart disease patients—while reducing procedure time?


    In the face of reimbursement constraints that impact profitability, you need to improve patient throughput and resources—while maintaining high-quality patient care and manageable staff workloads.

    Cardiovascular enterprise with a single solution

    Integrated solutions for the treatment of structural heart disease (SHD)

    • Enhance confidence in device navigation and anatomical targeting

    • Reduce variability and increase standardization to help improve patient care

    • Help improve in-lab communication for enhanced procedural efficiency

    We're empowering providers to deliver better care for patients with SHD through purposeful innovations that work together to deliver procedural confidence and efficiency.


    Improve patient care while reducing procedure time through our combination of exceptional image guidance and seamless care team collaboration.

    Establishing a Center of Excellence for Structural Heart Disease

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    Partnering to deliver innovative, patient-centric care

    Hackensack University Medical Center has expanded its reputation as an academic medical center into a Center of Excellence for treating Structural Heart Disease.  

     

    Read these customer testimonials to learn how this center established itself as a leader in cardiovascular care.

    An integrated approach to SHD treatment


    The integration of the image-guided therapy system and 3D ultrasound with 3D transesophageal imaging deliver live 3D fused guidance for structural heart procedures—while the interventionalist has complete access to images, patient monitoring and reports at table side for easy manipulation, viewing and control. Teamwork improves and errors are reduced with consistent access to a comprehensive patient view across the care team.

    SHD Procedural Confidence hotspot
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    Clarity and confidence with our advanced EchoNavigator


    Perform interventional SHD procedures with clarity and confidence with our advanced EchoNavigator solution that delivers fast, intuitive guidance during procedures where real-time X-ray and echo are used and fused together.

    Ready to see how our SHD solutions can help you achieve procedural confidence and efficiency?

    Further reading

    Cardiology portfolio


    Discover how Philips can support you in delivering improved cardiac care with enhanced efficiency by integrating imaging, devices, software, informatics and services.

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    Learn more about our approach to clinical efficiency in the diagnosis and treatment of coronary artery disease.

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    References


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    2. Carolinas HealthCare System. Delivering the right stroke care faster. Philips Success Story. 2017.
    3. Müller-Barna P, et al. TeleStroke Units Serving as a Model of Care in Rural Areas 10-Year Experience of the TeleMedical Project for Integrative Stroke Care.Stroke. 22014; 45(9): 2739-44.

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