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Philips broadens Inturis for Cardiology

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Philips broadens Inturis for CardiologyEyeing the growing demand among smaller hospitals for scalable digital image management solutions, Philips Medical Systems North America has introduced two additions to its Inturis for Cardiology integrated

Philips broadens Inturis for Cardiology

Eyeing the growing demand among smaller hospitals for scalable digital image management solutions, Philips Medical Systems North America has introduced two additions to its Inturis for Cardiology integrated image and information system product line. Inturis NT is an entry-level solution for small to medium facilities with a single cath lab system that are seeking a cost-effective way to replace film with digital imaging and storage, according to the Shelton, CT-based firm. Inturis Lite is designed for departments with two to three labs and moderate imaging volume that want networking capabilities.

Philips has also released an advanced version of its original Inturis On-line system, Inturis On-line 2.2, for larger, high-volume departments with multiple labs from various manufacturers. All three products debuted at the TransCatheter Cardiovascular Therapeutics meeting in Washington, DC, last month.

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