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Philips Spotlights New Cardiology Solutions and Unveils Ultrasound Technology at European Society of Cardiology Congress 2014

Innovative cardiology solutions help deliver better care for more patients, respond to biggest challenges facing cardiologists

ANDOVER, Mass., Aug. 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ – Royal Philips (NYSE: PHG AEX: PHIA) today announced its presence at the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) Congress 2014, where the company is highlighting the full range of its cardiology solutions serving clinicians and patients across the care continuum from prevention and diagnosis, to treatment, recovery and wellness. Visitors to the Philips booth (#F500) will experience Philips' new Cardiology Solutions approach, enabling clinicians and health systems to deliver better cardiovascular care for more patients, at lower a cost, in the treatment of coronary artery disease, structural heart disease, and heart failure.

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Philips Cardiology Solutions meet the needs of clinicians who are at the center of the cardiovascular care. Philips' breadth of diagnostic and treatment solutions offer real-time tools to connect patient information with clinician knowledge, resulting in more personalized care, while innovations for recovery and wellness provide a safer transition from hospital to home.

"Interventional cardiology is continuously innovating new procedures to improve the lives of patients around the world," said Gene Saragnese, CEO of Imaging Systems for Philips Healthcare. "Our cardiology solutions approach unlocks the data and insights necessary to improve efficiency in interventional cardiology, and together with our global customers and partners, we're creating care delivery to optimally support clinicians and patients."

One of the leading global conferences on cardiovascular care, the ESC Congress 2014 will showcase the industry's most promising research and leading innovations. Throughout the event, Philips and physician partners will be participating in several symposia and presentations on topics including big data in cardiology and anatomical intelligence.

On Saturday, August 30th, Philips' newest ultrasound system will make its worldwide debut, with an unveiling at the Philips Booth (#F500) at 4 p.m. CET.  Beginning August 30th  and running through September 3rd at the ESC Congress 2014, Philips will also offer demonstrations of its advanced imaging and ultrasound solutions designed for every step of the patient journey, including:

Screening and Diagnosis

  • ST80i ECG Stress Testing System – Manages patient information from start to finish through bi-directional network connectivity and turns stress ECG data into actionable insights.
  • Philips IntelliSpace ECG – A multi-modality, multi-vendor, scalable ECG management system, providing access to patient data for review of time-sensitive ECGs on a smartphone, to help improve patient care through comprehensive and flexible workflow management.
  • Xcelera Image Management System – Integrated, multi-modality image management system for cardiovascular information offering access to multiple applications within a single flexible workspace for use in multiple locations and across multi-sites.
  • IntelliSpace Portal with TAVI package – Quickly assesses the aortic root anatomy for pre-TAVI planning and obtains crucial information about eligibility, proper device size, and a recommendation for C-arm angle for device deployment.
  • EPIQ Ultrasound – Philips' most powerful architecture ever applied to ultrasound imaging.


  • Allura Clarity with ClarityIQ – Industry-leading interventional X-ray system offering high image quality at a low [X-ray] dose.
  • EchoNavigator R2 with Image Fusion – Fuses live X-ray and live echo for intuitive, live image guidance during structural heart disease procedures.
  • Hybrid OR – Provides the ability to seamlessly perform a wide range of open and minimally invasive procedures in a single room.
  • Heart Navigator – Supports structural heart disease procedures by simplifying planning, device and projection angle selection and providing live image guidance to support device positioning.

Recovery and Care Management

  • Q-Station, with anatomical intelligence tools – Streamlines ultrasound data management and performs advanced visualization, analysis and quantification of Philips echo data.
  • Motiva mobile – A content rich and interactive telehealth platform that is part of the Chronic Ambulatory Care program (eCAC), specifically designed to help empower chronically ill patients to effectively manage their disease state.

For more information on Philips presence at the ESC Congress 2014, please visit, follow the #ESCcongress conversation @PhilipsHealth and continue the conversation via the Philips LinkedIn Innovations in Cardiology Group

For more information, please contact:
Kathy O'Reilly
Philips Healthcare
Tel: +1 978-659-2638
Mobile: +1 978-221-8919
Email: [email protected]
Twitter: @kathyoreilly

About Royal Philips:
Royal Philips (NYSE: PHG, AEX: PHIA) is a diversified health and well-being company, focused on improving people's lives through meaningful innovation in the areas of Healthcare, Consumer Lifestyle and Lighting. Headquartered in the Netherlands, Philips posted 2013 sales of EUR 23.3 billion and employs approximately 113,000 employees with sales and services in more than 100 countries. The company is a leader in cardiac care, acute care and home healthcare, energy efficient lighting solutions and new lighting applications, as well as male shaving and grooming and oral healthcare. News from Philips is located at

AlluraClarity: Cardiac Angiography performed on AlluraClarity system using 50% less X-ray dose.


The AlluraClarity family is designed for your hybrid surgery lab, combining the capabilities of an endovascular suite with all the requirements of the OR environment. You’ll find optimum patient accessibility and full body coverage for procedures like TAVR and EVAR, combined with the flexibility to easily convert from an endovascular to an open surgery procedure.


Real-time fusion of live X-ray & live echo for intuitive guidance.  Enhanced communication and teamwork in the lab helps simplify procedures.


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