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  • Caption: Siemens Healthineers makes a contribution to fight the current COVID-19 global pandemic significantly through expanding its infectious disease testing capabilities.
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    Caption: Footage of Blood Gas Systems Blood 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).
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    Caption: TV footage - University Hospital Giessen The 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.
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    Caption: Video footage of Digital Twin of the heart Based 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.
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    Caption: TV footage of nexaris Therapy Suite to better integrate multi-modal imaging in surgery and interventional radiology, Advanced Therapies, Siemens Healthineers.
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    Caption: New Siemens Healthineers headquarters in Erlangen
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    Caption: In front of the stage of the Annual Shareholders’ Meeting 2022 of Siemens Healthineers AG: Jochen Schmitz, CFO, Bernd Montag, CEO, and Ralf P. Thomas, Chairman of the Supervisory Board (from left to right).
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    Caption: Michael Sen, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Siemens Healthineers AG, speaking at the company’s first Annual Shareholders Meeting in Munich.
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    Caption: Siemens Healthineers presents 3D imaging integrated with endoluminal robotics for precise transbronchial lung biopsy
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    Caption: Siemens Healthineers moves into new clinical fields with its smallest and most lightweight whole-body MRI
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