The Amsterdam-based company said that the DigitalDiagnost C90 includes a live camera image displayed directly at the tube head to provide a clear view of the anatomical area being scanned during positioning.
The newly cleared system also incorporates Philips Eleva user interface intended to improve workflows, the company said.
“In today’s world of value-based care, healthcare organizations are investing in imaging solutions that help them achieve the quadruple aim: improved outcomes, enhanced patient experience, increased staff satisfaction and lowered cost of care delivery. With solutions like the DigitalDiagnost C90, Philips is helping radiology departments get one step closer to achieving that ambition through innovation that enables higher quality images, while keeping the patient and staff experience at the forefront,” diagnostic X-ray business leader Daan van Manen said in a press release.
Earlier this month, Philips said that it launched its new Epiq Elite ultrasound system.
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