Philips has launched its next-generation image-guided therapy platform (IGT) Azurion in India. The platform is powered by the company's newly developed operating system (OS) ConnectOS to optimize system integration, which features an easy-to-use intuitive user interface combined with real-time information on multiple work spots within the interventional lab.

Azurion has been designed to address the challenges of higher throughput requirements, ease of conducting interventions, and controlling costs while improving standards of care. It is equipped with new workflow options and performance dashboards, as well as an upcoming range of productivity improvement services. The platform is backed by innovative services and supports that offer a lifetime of benefits to users and patients.

It is expected to revolutionize the IGT market in India by providing superior care through pre-programmed, personalized settings to help minimize preparation errors, and features high-quality imaging at ultra-low radiation exposure. As one of the leaders in the Indian market, Philips offers integrated solutions comprising interventional imaging technologies and planning and navigation software combined with interventional devices, catheters for diagnosis and therapy, and a broad range of services, all aimed at helping clinicians provide superior care at predictable costs.


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