ADAS 3D software is now available in the Siemens Healthineers’ Digital Marketplace

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ADAS 3D software is now available in the Siemens Healthineers’ Digital Marketplace

Press releases may be edited for formatting or style | December 03, 2020 3D Printing Cardiology CT Health IT MRI X-Ray
November 2020 (Barcelona, Spain) – Adas3D Medical, a company at the technological forefront in bringing cardiac imaging innovations to the electrophysiology space, and Siemens Healthineers, the leading medical imaging technology company, announced today that they are joining forces to bring ADAS 3D software to hospitals around the world.

With the integration of ADAS 3D into syngo.via OpenApps (powered by the Siemens Healthineers’ Digital Maketplace), cardiologists and electrophysiologists will be able to use it in the clinical setting to support the visualization and analysis of cardiac MR and CTA images for patients with cardiovascular disease.

“We are proud of our collaboration with Siemens Healthineers to be in the Digital Marketplace, an ecosystem that opens up a door for us to reach thousands of institutions in an open and secured way”, said Luis Serra, President of Adas3D Medical.

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“Through our partnership with Adas3D, we are further transforming syngo.via into an independent advanced visualization platform”, says Oliver Klinkow, Vice President of Marketing and Sales at Syngo. “We want to empower our users to autonomously expand their clinical capabilities with innovative solutions from a multitude of international vendors and would like to welcome Adas3D to our partner-portfolio”.

ADAS 3D is a post-processing software tool for cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance (MRI) images and Computed Tomography Angiography (CTA) images. It is designed to process DICOM images for the calculation, quantification and visualization of fibrosis and 3D heart structure.

ADAS 3D consists of two modules, one for the Left Ventricle (LV) and another for the Left Atrium (LA). Both modules automatically identify areas of fibrosis in the myocardium and create a 3D model of the patient anatomy, including adjacent structures such as the other heart chambers, the aorta, or the oesophagus. This provides an easy-to-use quantification and visualization tool for the electrophysiologist. The 3D model of the patient generated by ADAS 3D can be exported for visualization to electrophysiology (EP) navigation systems. The modules can be purchased separately or together. ADAS 3D has FDA clearance and CE Mark certification.

*Siemens Healthineers enables healthcare providers worldwide to increase value by empowering them on their journey towards digitalizing healthcare. Its Digital Ecosystem provides an open and secured environment which effectively integrates knowledge from a global and diverse network of healthcare stakeholders. To date almost 2,000 institutions from roughly 50 countries are already part of this Digital Ecosystem, continuously deriving insights based on innovative applications and services.

The Siemens Healthineers Digital Ecosystem was introduced to support and foster the possibilities and opportunities that reside in healthcare data helping all stakeholders in healthcare to develop towards value based care.


ABOUT Adas3D Medical
Adas3D Medical is the recent offspring of the electrophysiology business of Galgo Medical S.L. (Barcelona, Spain) in partnership with Circle Cardiovascular Imaging Inc. (Calgary, Canada). Its mission is to improve the prognosis of cardiovascular patients by expanding the accessibility and use of cardiac imaging (MRI and CT) to the electrophysiology community.

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