Für seine Angiographiesysteme hat Siemens Healthcare vollkommen neuartige Röntgenröhren- und Detektoren-Technologien entwickelt, um die minimal-invasive Therapie von koronaren Herzkrankheiten, Schlaganfall und Krebserkrankungen zu verbessern. In den beiden Baureihen Artis Q und Q.zen steigert die neue Röntgenröhre die Erkennbarkeit kleiner Gefäße um bis zu 70 Prozent gegenüber bisheriger Röhrentechnik. Artis Q.zen kombiniert diese innovative Röntgenquelle außerdem mit einer völlig neuen Detektor-Technologie, die interventionelle Bildgebung im Niedrigdosisbereich unterstützt. Dies schützt Patienten, Ärzte und medizinisches Fachpersonal gerade während langer interventioneller Eingriffe. Mit diesen Neuentwicklungen, die auf dem 98. Kongress der Radiologischen Gesellschaft Nordamerikas (RSNA) erstmals präsentiert werden, unterstreicht Siemens Healthcare seine Innovationskraft und Wettbewerbsfähigkeit im Rahmen der weltweiten Sektor-Initiative „Agenda 2013“.

Siemens Healthcare has developed a revolutionary new X-ray tube and detector technology for its Artis Q and Artis Q.zen angiography systems to improve minimally invasive therapy of diseases such as coronary artery disease, stroke and cancer. In both the Artis Q and Artis Q.zen series, the new X-ray tube can help to identify small vessels up to 70 percent better than conventional X-ray tube technology. The Artis Q.zen combines this innovative X-ray source with a new detector technology that supports interventional imaging in ultra-low-dose ranges. This protects patients, doctors and medical staff, especially during longer interventions. With these new developments, presented for the first time at the 98th Congress of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA), Siemens Healthcare has once again demonstrated its innovative strength and market competitiveness as part of its Agenda 2013 global Sector initiative.
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