"Birth...Death...Infinity"

February 6, 2002

One of the chalkboard scrawlings made by Dr. Zorba at the beginning of the 1960s television show "Ben Casey" will take on new medical meaning when Siemens' Infinity Explorer enters

One of the chalkboard scrawlings made by Dr. Zorba at the beginning of the 1960s television show "Ben Casey" will take on new medical meaning when Siemens' Infinity Explorer enters the market later this year. The critical-care workstation cleared the FDA in late January. It compiles patient vital sign information, cardiac data, radiology images, lab test results, pharmacy information, clinical applications, and patient history in a single display. Clinicians will be able to customize the screen information they view through an intuitive tabular format powered by the company's software platform, syngo.