Interventional X-ray

All-in-one imaging and navigation platform for endobronchial,
percutaneous and surgical procedures

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Onco suite platform in the treatment of lung cancer

Best-in-class cone-beam CT imaging for localization of small lesions and therapy monitoring

 

Integrated 3D tumor segmentation and augmented overlay on live fluoroscopy to guide endobronchial procedures

 

Plan percutaneous procedures on pre-operative MR, CT or PET/CT and fusion imaging with cone beam CT in a hybrid OR

 

Percutaneous navigation software for tumor biopsy and marking in one-stop workflow for video-assisted thoracic surgery

Explore the latest and greatest of Onco suite

Use of CBCT in hybrid OR provides us with a reliable and accurate method for intraoperative localization of small pulmonary nodules. This is the next step in the evolution of thoracic surgery.
 

Dr. K. Lau, Barts Health NHS Trust, St. Bartholomew’s Hospital, London, UK

Cone Beam CT has added a new dimension to interventional pulmonology. The technology gives us greater confidence in the placement of our biopsy tools for sampling and thus has resulted in improved diagnostic yield. CBCT offers the distinct advantage of intraprocedural real-time imaging and is a must for future ablative technologies that use endobronchial approach
 

Dr. M. Pritchett, DO, MPH FirstHealth Moore Regional Hospital, Pinehurst Medical Clinic, Pinehurst, NC, USA

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*Onco suite is the Philips’ solution to assist physicians in embolization of hypervascular tumors in the liver and percutaneous ablation procedures in interventional oncology treatment. It is the combination of our innovative product offerings XperCT Dual, EmboGuide and XperGuide. 

References

 
  • Pritchett, Michael, et al., “Cone beam CT-guided endobronchial biopsy assisted by Augmented Fluoroscopy”, Chest (2017).
  • Lin, Mong-Wei, and Jin-Shing Chen. "Image-guided techniques for localizing pulmonary nodules in thoracoscopic surgery." Journal of thoracic disease 8. Suppl 9 (2016): S749.
  • Mitsuoka, Masahiro, et al., “AN INTRAOPERATIVE LUNG FIELD MARKING METHOD USING X-RAY EQUIPMENT FOR HYBRID VASCULAR SURGERY FOR NON-PALPABLE PULMONARY NODULES”, Interactive CardioVascular and Thoracic Surgery, Volume 23, Issue suppl_1, 1 September 2016, i54–i55.
  • Abi-Jaoudeh, Nadine, et al. "Prospective randomized trial for image-guided biopsy using cone-beam CT navigation compared with conventional CT." Journal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology 27.9 (2016): 1342-1349.
  • Cazzato, Roberto Luigi, et al. "Cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) versus CT in lung ablation procedure: which is faster?" Cardiovascular and interventional radiology 38.5 (2015): 1231-1236.
  • Mitsuoka, Masahiro, et al., “ Intraoperative marking of an impalpable pulmonary nodule using the Hybrid OR System”, The Journal of the Japanese Association for Chest Surgery, Vol. 29 (2015) No. 5 p. 552-558.
  • Pritchett, Michael. "Cone-Beam CT Scanning with Electromagnetic Navigation Bronchoscopy." Chest 146.4 (2014): 728A.
  • Lee, Sang Min, et al. "C-arm cone-beam CT-guided percutaneous transthoracic needle biopsy of lung nodules: clinical experience in 1108 patients." Radiology 271.1 (2013): 291-300.
  • Abi-Jaoudeh, Nadine, et al. "Cone-beam computed tomography fusion and navigation for real-time positron emission tomography–guided biopsies and ablations: a feasibility study." Journal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology 23.6 (2012): 737-743.