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Siemens Healthineers recibe reconocimiento por aplicaciones de IA en radiología

By Medimaging en español staff writers
14 Aug 2019

Imagen: La tecnología BioMatrix en las plataformas de resonancia magnética cuenta con sensores respiratorios, de latido y cinéticos (Fotografía cortesía de Siemens Healthineers).Con base en su reciente análisis del mercado global de imagenología de precisión, Frost & Sullivan (Santa Clara, CA, EUA), una firma de consultoría e investigación de estrategia de crecimiento, reconoció a Siemens Healthineers (Erlangen, Alemania) con el Premio Global de Liderazgo e Innovación Visionaria 2019, por liderar el esfuerzo para establecer la imagenología como un contribuyente activo a la medicina de precisión.

Siemens Healthineers aprovecha varios avances en equipos de imagenología, informática de imágenes e informática, para ofrecer una mayor calidad de imagen para que los radiólogos puedan extraer información más profunda de los estudios de imágenes en todas las modalidades. La compañía fue uno de los primeros usuarios de algoritmos de aprendizaje automático de primera generación, y continúa avanzando en sus aplicaciones de IA en radiología y otras áreas clínicas para abordar problemas como la variabilidad.

Siemens Healthineers empuja los límites de la imagenología de precisión con su huella digital planificada de resonancia magnética, diseñada para ser un enfoque disruptivo para la adquisición cuantitativa de datos. Usando los datos multiparamétricos adquiridos simultáneamente, se planifica la información cuantitativa para proporcionar información pronóstica. También cuenta con la capacidad de cuantificación TEP-TC, que permite exactitud cuando se obtienen imágenes de un tumor con el fin de determinar su tamaño, ubicación y volumen. Además, la compañía admite imágenes de ultrasonido personalizadas mediante el desarrollo de aplicaciones clínicas para la evaluación en tiempo real, adaptadas a enfermedades específicas.

Siemens Healthineers también se asocia con varios proveedores para llenar los vacíos en sus competencias, en lugar de confiar únicamente en sus puntos fuertes. Por ejemplo, introdujo aplicaciones abiertas syngo.via y abrió su plataforma a aplicaciones de terceros, y se ha asociado con Materialise NV para presentar el software Mimics inPrint a los radiólogos en los hospitales. Esto permite a los radiólogos trabajar con equipos quirúrgicos ayudando a imprimir en 3D modelos anatómicos personalizados, especialmente para patologías anatómicas complejas, con el fin de ayudar en la planificación quirúrgica, la comunicación con el paciente o incluso la capacitación.

“Siemens Healthineers desarrolló la tecnología BioMatrix en sus plataformas de resonancia magnética (RM), que incluyen sensores respiratorios, de latido y cinéticos. Estos son dispositivos con capacidades sensibles de corrección de movimiento que incluso pueden rastrear la respiración de un paciente e incorporar esa información durante la reconstrucción de la imagen para proporcionar resultados de imagenología precisos”, dijo Siddharth Saha, vicepresidente de Investigación, Salud Transformacional. “Además, en la tomografía computarizada, su cámara 3D de tecnologías de escáner de asistencia completa (FAST) rastrea la posición y el movimiento del paciente para garantizar una excelente calidad de imagen y la estandarización de los protocolos de adquisición de imágenes”.

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