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    18 peer-reviewed papers. 3840 patients. One truth.
    Significantly lower dose – across clinical areas, patients and operatorsa

    Making the difference with Live Image Guidance

    Every day we see how much of a difference we are making to the quality of people’s lives. And the spontaneous reactions just keep flowing back to us. Today the interventional community is showing us that the AlluraClarity family of X-ray systems with ClarityIQ has fulfilled its ambition and promise.

    With 18 peer-reviewed papers and 3840 patients to date, this growing body of evidence reveals one truth: there is significantly lower dose across clinical areas, patients and operators.a

    18 peer-reviewed papers.
    For interventional neuroradiology, interventional cardiology, interventional oncology and vascular.

    18 peer-reviewed papers.
    For interventional neuroradiology, interventional cardiology, interventional oncology and vascular.

    Interventional neuroradiology

    To date, two peer-reviewed comparative studies1,2 have been performed on a total of 634 patients at the interventional neuroradiology department at Karolinska University Hospital in Stockholm, Sweden. Patients underwent aneurysm repair and arterior-venous malformation treatments, as well as other diagnostic and interventional neuroradiology procedures. These procedures are among the most demanding in the interventional neuroradiology world, requiring images which show very fine anatomical details.

    Findings included:

    • In neuro DSA, ClarityIQ technology reduces patient dose by 75% while maintaining equivalent image quality, compared to an Allura Xper system1,c,h
    • In diagnostic and interventional neuro procedures, ClarityIQ technology reduces patient dose by 62% and 65%, respectively, compared to an Allura Xper system2,c,d
    This dose reduction is, at least in my mind a real quantum leap in reducing the dose and improving thereby the procedure both for the patient and for us. I think it's really fantastic."

    Dr. T. Andersson, Interventional Neuroradiologist, Karolinska University Hospital, Stockholm, Sweden

    Dr. M. Söderman, Sweden
     

    Radiation dose in neuroangiography using image noise reduction technology: a population study based on 614 patients2,c,d 


     

     

     

     

    Dr. M. Söderman, Sweden
     

    Image noise reduction algorithm for digital subtraction angiography: clinical results1,c,h 

    Interventional cardiology

    To date, seven peer-reviewed comparative studies on cardiac interventions have been performed on a total of 2140 patients in various hospitals around the world. The majority were percutaneous coronary interventions. One study each has been performed for pediatric and adult congenital heart disease interventions,7 transcatheter aortic valve implantations (TAVIs)8 and electrophysiology interventions.13

    Findings included:

    • In diagnostic coronary angiography, ClarityIQ technology reduces patient dose by 75% while maintaining diagnostic image quality, compared to an Allura Xper system4,c,e
    • In cardiac cine, ClarityIQ technology reduces patient dose by 53% while maintaining equivalent image quality, compared to an Allura Xper system5,c,f
    • In EP procedures, ClarityIQ technology reduces patient dose by 43%, compared to an Allura Xper system13,c,i
    • Significant patient dose reduction for adult congenital heart disease interventions7,c
    I think now this is the gold standard for interventional cardiology, for structural interventions – for sure. I have no doubt about that.”

    Dr. Bruno Garcia, Interventional Cardiologist, Hospital Vall d’Hebron , Barcelona, Spain.

    Dr. Y. Taeymans, Belgium
     

    Novel X-ray imaging technology enables significant patient dose reduction in interventional cardiology while maintaining diagnostic image quality4,c,e

    Dr. T. ten Cate, The Netherlands
     

    Novel X-ray image noise reduction technology reduces patient radiation dose while maintaining image quality in coronary angiography5,c,f

    Dr. L.R. Dekker, The Netherlands
     

    New image processing and noise reduction technology allows reduction of radiation exposure in complex electrophysiologic interventions while maintaining optimal image quality: a randomized clinical trial13,c,i

    Dr. S. Nakamura, Japan
     

    Patient radiation dose reduction using an X-ray imaging noise reduction technology for cardiac angiography and intervention6,c

    Interventional oncology and vascular

    To date, nine peer-reviewed comparative studies have been performed on a total of 966 patients for diverse vascular interventions. These range from adult iliac artery and EVAR procedures to pediatric abdominal procedures. Four peer-reviewed studies have also been conducted for TACE procedures.

    Findings included:

    • In iliac DSA, ClarityIQ technology reduces patient dose by 83% while maintaining equivalent image quality, compared to an Allura Xper system10,c,g
    • In aortoiliac endovascular procedures ClarityIQ technology reduces patient dose by 72%, compared to an Allura Xper system11,c,k
    • In EVAR procedures ClarityIQ technology reduces patient dose by 57% compared to an Allura Xper system11, c, k
    • In repetitive TACE procedures, ClarityIQ technology reduces patient dose by 50% while maintaining image quality, compared to an Allura Xper system16,c,l
    • The new imaging platform significantly reduced radiation exposure for TACE procedures without increased radiation time or negative impact on DSA image quality.c,l
    The results obtained herein show a substantial reduction in the dose of radiation to patients and staff in the hybrid OR suite after the introduction of the new CIQ technology without having to change the standard way of working”11

    Dr. M.J.L. van Strijen, The Netherlands
     

    Evaluation of a noise reduction imaging technology: non-inferiority of image quality and patients dose reduction assessment10,c,g

    Dr. R.F.F. van den Haak, The Netherlands
     

    Significant Radiation Dose Reduction in the Hybrid Operating Room Using a Novel X-ray Imaging Technology11,c,k,j

    Dr. R. Li, China
     

    Novel X-Ray Imaging Technology Allows Substantial Patient Radiation Reduction without Image Quality Impairment in Repetitive Transarterial Chemoembolization for Hepatocellular Carcinoma16,c,l 

    Dr. J.F. Geschwind, USA
     

    A new angiographic imaging platform reduces radiation exposure for patients with liver cancer treated with transarterial chemoembolization15

    AlluraClarity with ClarityIQ technology
     

    Significantly lower dose, across clinical areas, patients and operators. With the AlluraClarity, you can decide with confidence and peace of mind – thanks to excellent visibility at significantly lower X-ray dose. 

    DoseWise Allura in all our Allura systems
     

    Get the latest news and information about how our dose management solutions can help you lower your current X-ray dose levels and track your performance to meet new radiology dose requirements.

    SmartPath – extend the lifetime of your lab
     

    Upgrade your existing equipment with Philips SmartPath to gain the most advanced enhancements in workflow, dose management and imaging quality with the equipment you already have.

    Radiation hazards in the interventional suite

     

    Radiation exposure is necessary for life-saving procedures, but with it comes some risk. Patients and physicians are both exposed to high levels of radiation during fluoroscopic procedures. See some best practices for helping manage exposure.

     

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