Health technology firm Royal Philips has been tapped by Life Nurture Inc. to install a range of multimodal health technologies at its newest specialty care destination: the Makati Life Medical Center.
The solutions to be installed for diagnosis and treatment include the Philips Azurion 7 C20, the Philips Ingenia Prodiva 1.5T CS, the Philips BV Vectra mobile C-arm system, Philips Incisive CT 128 Slice, and the Philips MobileDiagnost wDR.
The Philips Azurion 7 C20 is a next-generation image-guided therapy platform that enables clinicians to easily and confidently perform open and minimally invasive procedures in one room. With high safety standards and low radiation exposure to benefit both patients and staff, the platform comes with a unique user experience that helps in optimizing laboratory performance and providing superior care.
Engineered for a revolutionary workflow that delivers MRI speed and productivity, the Philips Ingenia Prodiva 1.5TCS leverages imaging solutions built on proven dStream digital broadband technology present in over 2000 installations worldwide. The Breeze Workflow accelerates work by reducing the number of positioning steps by up to 34%, while its simple smart user interface with SmartExam automates many exams to streamline workflow and enhance exam consistency.
High-resolution digital imaging
Dedicated to orthopedic surgical procedures including trauma, spine, and pain management, the Philips BV Vectra mobile C-arm system is compact yet intuitive to operate. Its 1x1K high-resolution digital imaging chain delivers high-quality images quickly and consistently — further improving workflow in high-pressure operating environments.
Designed with state-of-the-art efficiency technologies and the latest in network security, the Philips MobileDiagnost wDR provides the exceptional quality of a Philips premium DR room in a flexible mobile X-ray system.
The Philips Incisive CT system offers intellect in every step, with CT Smart Workflow. The smart workflow bring advances that matter in day-to-day imaging, in the assessment and diagnosis of pulmonary damage.