News | April 20, 2011

Philips Installs World's First FlexMove Option for Hybrid OR

April 20, 2011 – Philips has announced the world’s first hybrid operating room (OR) with the new FlexMove - a ceiling-mounted option for the Allura Xper X-ray system at the Hospital Zürich (UniversitätsSpital Zürich, USZ), Switzerland. The entire system is designed to optimize workflow in hybrid ORs. A hybrid OR is the integration of a surgical operating room with an advanced X-ray imaging system. This enables cardiovascular surgeons and interventionalists, to perform the most advanced minimally invasive procedures.

FlexMove allows healthcare personnel to:

• Move the X-ray imagingsystem laterally and longitudinally to perform a wide range of procedures whilst causing hardly any interference in the provision of anesthesia or to staff. FlexMove’s full body coverage at both sides of the table supports complex hybrid and endovascular procedures without the need to pan the table.

• Position the X-ray system in lateral stand-byposition for optimal access to the patient and move the system quickly in place when needed, or park it out of the way when not needed to create more room for other procedures.

• Work within the rigorous sterility parameters of the Hybrid OR as the ceiling rails of FlexMove fit around a laminar air flow system. In addition, the FlexMove system does not touch the floor, which simplifies room layout and facilitates cleaning.

For more information: www.philips.com

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