Philips presents new gynecology 3D visualization tools
Philips introduced updated diagnostic functions that provide realistic 3D and 4D images for ultrasound machines, used in obstetrics and gynecology. The company presented these novelties at the well-known forum of the American Association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), which was held in San Diego, California.
The novelties from Philips
The novelties of machine diagnostics are designed to enable doctors to diagnose serious obstetric and gynaecological diseases much faster and with greater diagnostic accuracy.
The TrueVue, GlassVue, and aReveal programs, which have appeared recently, are designed primarily for use with such machines:
- Philips EPIQ 7;
- Philips EPIQ 5;
- Philips Affiniti 70;
- Philips Affiniti 50.
Working together, these functions guarantee a high-quality 3D image with just one touch of the machine’s display, as indicated in the official sources of the manufacturer. First of all, this software was created for joint functioning with ultrasound equipment in obstetrics and gynecology.
The review of new technologies
TrueVue — provides realistic 3D images with a virtual light source. The operator can move the light source in any direction in 3D mode. The aim of TrueVue program is to create a photorealistic image of the organs that are to be studied. What is more, the system will make the image in such a high-quality manner, that it will resemble a photograph. The new technique allows the doctor, who works with ultrasound equipment, to obtain a three-dimensional image of any examined areas.
GlassVue has an internal light source as well, but in addition, such a system provides much better visualization than traditional ultrasound. GlassVue can visualize structures of internal organs and bones of a fetus, due to the transparent 3D-visualization, and make a more natural image of the fetus in the womb of a pregnant woman, in comparison with traditional ultrasound.
aReveal — is an advanced algorithm for the ultrasound visualization of womens’ abdominal cavity at different stages of pregnancy. It processes and removes unnecessary visualization defects by default for a better image of the fetal head during the ultrasound scan.
Philips is focused on modern ultrasound innovations, which is of crucial importance for doctors and their patients. We understand the needs of gynecologists in their work, therefore we strive to design equipment, valuable to medical establishments and which will be easily integrated into medical practice,— said Vitor Rosha, Business Leader of Philips.
Philips' new technological functions in ultrasound scanning enable doctors to carry out auxiliary fetal examinations. The ability to get high-quality, and at the same time, realistic images not only increases doctor’s determination in diagnosis, but also helps to maintain the interaction between a mother and a child, — concluded Dr. Michael Ruma, who represented the Perinatal Associates in New Mexico.
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