Experience the power of multi-modality imaging
Image guidance helps with intraoperative monitoring and outcome verification. It allows physicians to determine whether a procedure needs to be adapted or continued.
When you combine multiple imaging modalities during therapy, you get all the advantages of each right away without having to make any compromises.
Enabling multi-modality imaging with PILOT
In order to eliminate patient repositioning when switching between surgical table and imaging modality, Getinge joined forces with Siemens Healthineers to develop the PILOT Patient Transfer System.
In combination with the revolutionary Siemens Healthineers nexaris Angio-MR-CT*, we are removing physical barriers to using multi-modality imaging in the OR for preprocedural planning, intraoperative guidance, and immediate quality control for the benefit of optimal patient outcomes.
nexaris Angio-MR-CT* at a glance
With nexaris Angio-MR-CT*, you can seamlessly combine different types of intraoperative imaging during a single procedure. This means you get all the advantages of angio, MR, and CT imaging without having to make any compromises.
"These multi-modality imaging suites will be the laboratory of the future."
Prof. Lee Swanstroem, MD. Chief Innovations Officer
University Hospital of Strasbourg, France
Patient transfer without repositioning
PILOT (Patient Intra-hospital Onboard Transfer System) is a patient-centered transfer system that eliminates the barriers to using intraoperative whole-body angio, CT, and MR imaging at any point during the procedure.
This new technology ensures that the patient remains stable in the intended treatment position while all imaging tasks are centered around him.
Holistic workflow beyond OR
Using the Maquet Transmobil TT-M Patient Transporter**, the patient can additionally be transferred in a stable position between the OR and ICU and anywhere in between:
- From helicopter to landing pad or ER to ICU, radiology, or OR
- ICU to OR and back for postoperative care
- From other ORs to MR modality
Seamless access to all imaging modalities is key
The core of the transfer concept is the new transfer board, jointly designed by Getinge and Siemens Healthineers. You can slide the transfer board from the Maquet Magnus OR Table to the Combi Dockable Table*,*** and back without patient repositioning.
Seamless transfer between two specialized rooms, e.g. neuro-navigation and Hybrid operating room at any point during the procedure is now making its debut in an OR setting.
Customize your multi-modality suite
Through seamless access to multi-modality imaging and hospital-wide patient transfer, the combination of nexaris Angio-MR-CT* and PILOT creates an entirely new treatment experience.
Let’s combine forces to design the OR that will help you innovate therapy.
Team up with an experienced partner
Seamless integration is about more than delivering a turnkey solution. It is about optimizing workflows and workspaces, synchronizing components, and implementing international hygiene standards throughout the room.
The Getinge project planning teams have the expertise and the tools to develop a coherent and harmonious workspace. Using our knowledge gained from installing more than 1,000 Hybrid ORs, let’s work together to design the optimal workspace for your surgical staff.
Designed for growth
Getinge Hybrid operating rooms are a future-proof, long-term investment. We build our Hybrid OR solution on a modular layout, carefully structured with the flexibility to accommodate new technologies while replacing old resources. When innovative new surgical or imaging technologies emerge, you can integrate these new elements into your existing layout.
Check out our Hybrid OR solutions to better understand the Getinge offering for your multi-modality suite.
* The information shown herein refers to products of 3rd party manufacturers and thus are in their regulatory responsibility. Please contact the 3rd party manufacturer for further information.
** Product is currently not available for sale.
*** The products / features (mentioned here) are not commercially available in all countries. Due to regulatory reasons, their future availability cannot be guaranteed.
Images and videos are published with courtesy of Siemens Healthcare GmbH.