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TV-Footage of the distribution of CLINITEST Rapid COVID-19 Antigen Self-testTV-Footage from the Siemens Healthineers logistics center in Duisburg, Germany, distributing the first shipments of the CLINITEST COVID-19 Rapid Antigen Self-Tests.
Test detects antibodies to spike protein – a key proteinImportantly, the test detects antibodies to a key protein on the surface of the SARS-CoV-2 virus—a spike protein, which binds the virus to cells with a distinct human receptor found in lungs, heart, multiple organs and blood vessels. Studies indicate that certain (neutralizing) antibodies to the spike protein can disarm SARS-CoV-2.
Siemens Healthineers ramps up production capacitySiemens Healthineers plans to ship more than 50 million antibody tests per month worldwide as production capacity increases. Find here footage from our sites in Tarrytown (NY) and Walpole (MA) to use for your broadcast.
Siemens Healthineers ramps up production capacitySiemens Healthineers plans to ship more than 2.5 million molecular PCR tests per month worldwide as production capacity increases. Find here footage from our site in Marburg, Germany, to use for your broadcast.
Footage of laboratory diagnosticsSiemens Healthineers makes a contribution to fight the current COVID-19 global pandemic significantly through expanding its infectious disease testing capabilities.
Footage of Blood Gas SystemsBlood gas systems support the monitoring of ventilated patients. This footage shows how the systems are used in critical care. To be seen: epoc Blood Analysis System (00:01-00:03), RAPIDPoint 500e Blood Gas System (00:22-00:32).
TV footage - University Hospital GiessenThe University Hospital Giessen is the first hospital in Germany where a robotic system assists in a minimally invasive procedure to place a stent into a narrowed coronary artery to reopen it.
Video footage of Digital Twin of the heartBased on MR images and ECG measurements, digital twin technology simulates the physiological processes of a patient’s organ. Virtual planning is used to visualize responses to treatment before the intervention. Siemens Healthineers is developing algorithms that generate digital models of organs based on vast amounts of data.
TV footage of Atellica Solution, Laboratory DiagnosticsTV footage of Atellica Solution, a highly flexible immunoassay and clinical chemistry solution, Laboratory Diagnostics, Siemens Healthineers.
TV footage of nexaris Therapy Suite, Advanced TherapiesTV footage of nexaris Therapy Suite to better integrate multi-modal imaging in surgery and interventional radiology, Advanced Therapies, Siemens Healthineers.
TV footage of Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Siemens Healthineers production site in Erlangen, Germany
TV footage of X-Ray Products, Siemens Healthineers production site in Forchheim, GermanyMammomat Revelation's current FDA approval status is "510k pending".
Naeotom AlphaSiemens Healthineers experts give insights into developing and producing the new photon-counting detector of the Naeotom Alpha.
Forchheim site expansion: 350 million euro project celebrates topping-out ceremonyShell of the "High Energy Photonics Center" in Forchheim is completed.
TV footage of system assembly and testing for Advanced Therapies, Siemens Healthineers production site in Forchheim, Germany
Cinematic RenderingRapid delivery of three-dimensional results is now possible thanks to Syngo.via diagnostic software. A few clicks are all it takes to display the given case on the monitor, presenting photorealistic images of unprecedented clarity of the human body with the Cinematic Volume Rendering Technique (Cinematic VRT) already known as 'Cinematic Rendering'.
Footage from the Siemens Healthineers factory in Forchheim, Germany, shows the assembly of an angiography system.