Introducing Advanced X-Ray Technologies and Solutions for Patient and Healthcare Worker Safety at RSNA2021
Shimadzu Corporation and Shimadzu Medical Systems USA (SMS) participated in the Radiological Society of North America exhibition (RSNA) from November 28th to December 1st, 2021 in Chicago.
This is its brief overview to share with you.
Exhibiting Our Safety Solutions
RSNA is the world's largest academic meeting in the field of radiology. Under the theme of "Making Possibilities Happen, Together", Shimadzu exhibited its major products, such as multi-purpose R/F systems and Mobile X-ray system for daily hospital rounds, as well as the latest technologies.
We focused on introducing our solutions that will enhance safety and reduce burdens for both patients and healthcare workers, including coming technologies with artificial intelligence (AI) to support operational safety and improve the workflow of medical staffs.
Feel Shimadzu booth by the movie (Take care the volume to play)
Experience Our Virtual Booth
RSNA2021 was actually held in two methods: Onsite and Online.
While the onsite event was over in last December, the online RSNA2021 is being continued until April 30th, 2022, as a “Virtual exhibition”. Click below to visit our Virtual Booth and learn our advanced products and technologies that make your daily workflow simpler and improve patient care even further.
A Message from Shimadzu USA Marketing Team
Here is a voice from a marketing manager of Shimadzu Medical Systems USA who engaged in RSNA preparations.
It was the first in-person RSNA exhibition since the spread of COVID-19. We’ve shared a great pleasure each other to meet our customers face to face at the booth after a long blank period that limited us to meet due to COVID-19. Therefore, I was so glad to exhibit again at RSNA. For those who could not come to RSNA hall in Chicago this time, we prepared various latest contents in the virtual booth, so we hope you enjoy seeing our new features and solutions there!
To learn more about Shimadzu’s solutions for patient and healthcare worker safety, check the article here.