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The Delphi study results show that Philips' comprehensive echocardiography solution provides the tools needed for baseline risk stratification and monitoring of patients with cardiac tumors as recommended by the latest European Society of Cardiology (ESC) guidelines
Following last month's European Society of Cardiology (ESC) Congress in Barcelona, Spain, Philips announced the results of an expert panel study demonstrating the clinical and operational benefits of the company's cardiovascular ultrasound and informatics portfolio to support Diagnose confidence, clinical efficiency, and improve the patient and staff experience. The study was conducted using the Delphi method, which is widely used to gather expert opinion and establish professional and clinical guidance and consensus for patients' diagnosis and treatment decisions.
When using the Philips integrated Philips Cardiovascular Ultrasound Analysis and Reporting System, 86% of study respondents agreed that it can help increase confidence in diagnostic decisions and improve staff experience by providing access to essential patient data. Respondents (100%) also agreed that the Philips echocardiography solution improved consistency and/or reproducibility of reporting and measurements, shortened detection and diagnosis time, and benefited their overall clinical routine.
The major challenges of echocardiography—improving the efficiency of ultrasound laboratories and cardiovascular service lines; reducing reporting turnaround time; reducing the need for repeat exams; enabling cross-organizational collaboration; and ensuring high-confidence diagnoses in complex cases—often It is exacerbated by the difficulty in obtaining historical imaging and non-imaging data of individual patients. By integrating its cardiac ultrasound systems (EPIQ CVx and Affiniti) with its Ultrasound Workspace visualization/analysis workstation and its image and information management solutions, Philips' echocardiography solution, IntelliSpace Cardiovascular, helps meet these challenges.
The component portfolio of Philips echocardiography solutions helps drive clinical, operational and workflow advantages, including:
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