syngo.via for Oncology
Combined with additional diagnostic parameters, imaging guides the cancer therapy. Diagnostic and staging information from imaging helps you to select the appropriate treatment modality and plan the treatment, be it surgery, interventional oncology procedures, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, or a combination. This also aids therapy prognosis and can be used to monitor treatment response.
syngo.via1 supports enhanced procedural planning
Interventional oncology procedures are dependent on highly sophisticated imaging applications during all phases of the tumor treatment workflow. Together with its applications, syngo®.via supports enhanced procedural planning for effective preparation of an intervention, and thereby supports high-quality clinical outcomes with the least possible physiological stress or toxic load for the patient. Anatomical and functional image information from multiple modalities can be loaded, assessed in side-by-side-view, or fused in order to support treatment decisions. syngo.via-based applications dedicated to quantitative 3D evaluation of organs and tumors help determine the optimal amount of drugs, embolization particles, or radioactive spheres to be applied during intervention. In addition, they support access path planning and assessment of tumor feeding vessels.
syngo.via helps bring diagnostic imaging information into the interventional lab
The syngo.via client-server architecture helps to ensure that pre-interventional 2D and 3D images as well as measurements and treatment planning data will be at hand in the lab where the intervention ultimately takes place. It also brings diagnostic imaging information from other diagnostic modalities directly into the interventional suite2. Finally, using the collaboration mode of syngo.via, interventional images can be instantly shared with other clinicians, thus allowing the consultation of experts during intervention.
1syngo.via can be used as a stand-alone device or together with a variety of syngo.via-based software options which are medical devices on their own rights.
syngo.via can be used anywhere if the following prerequisites are given: Internet connection to clinical network, DICOM compliance, meeting of Siemens minimum hardware requirements, and adherence to local data security regulations.
2Usage of syngo.via in the interventional suite or for an emergency case requires customer to provide respective emergency measures in case of non-availability of system or network.