Siemens at RSNA 2014
Answers for life.
RSNA 2014 – 100th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting
November 30th – December 5th, 2014 Chicago, Illinois, USA
Siemens Main Booth #1934, South Building, Hall A
Discover how Siemens answers can help you to increase the quality of care while reducing costs at the Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America. Siemens Healthcare innovations put equal emphasis on developing solutions that help improve patient outcome and reduce cost, resulting in better and more affordable care.
On the road to RSNA we present examples about how our value-based innovations support our customers to face the daily challenges in providing healthcare services to their communities.
Innovator in Interventional Oncology
Dr. Michael J. Wallace is considered to be an innovative interventional radiologist. He believes that using the latest imaging techniques positively impacts the survival rates for patients with certain types of liver cancer at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center.
Teaming Up for More Efficiency in Cardiac Procedures
By bringing together cardiovascular surgeons and interventional cardiologists for the planning of cardiac procedures, Professor Hu Shengshou and his team at Fu Wai Hospital, Beijing, China, can increase the efficiency of cardiac treatments, particularly in pediatrics.
Inching Closer to a Future Without Multiple Sclerosis
In New York, Dr. Saud A. Sadiq and his team work round the clock to find first the cause of and, then, hopefully a cure for multiple sclerosis (MS). A renowned expert in treating MS, Dr. Sadiq explains how MRI technology improved the way he practices.
How to Improve Acute Stroke Care
Finland is the world’s leading nation in acute stroke care and Professor Markku Kaste of Helsinki University Hospital is the maestro behind this unique success story. In a video, he explains how optimal stroke workflows decrease not only door-to-needle time but also mortality, and thereby improve the patients’ quality of life.
A Haven for the Poor
By charging less than half the market rate, Surat Manav Seva Sangh is making high-end magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans affordable for the masses. Economically weak patients even have their scans done for free.
Advanced CT Scanner Improves Care in Remote India
As one of the first hospitals in the region, the SKS Hospital in Salem, India, provides access to high-quality CT scans. Watch Dr. Vijay Sadasivam explain why both physicians and patients benefit from this advanced CT technology.
We look forward seeing you at RSNA 2014 in Chicago. Answers for life.