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Chinmaya Mission Hospital Introduces Siemens Multix VA 20 AI Imaging to Ensure Enhanced Healthcare

Written by : Aishwarya Sarthe

October 20, 2023

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This medical imaging equipment integrates advanced AI and precision technology, improving diagnostic accuracy and speed while prioritising patient care and safety through reduced radiation exposure.


Bengaluru-based Chinmaya Mission Hospital (CMH) has introduced Siemens Healthineers' Multix VA 20 x-ray machine, marking a first-of-its-kind installation in Bengaluru and South India.

This medical imaging equipment integrates advanced AI and precision technology, improving diagnostic accuracy and speed while prioritising patient care and safety through reduced radiation exposure.

The Multix VA 20 x-ray machine proves instrumental in challenging orthopaedic and trauma cases by providing faster and highly precise imaging. Its installation signifies a significant leap for CMH, enhancing diagnostic capabilities and empowering the radiology team to deliver quicker and more accurate assessments.

Dr U Sudhir, medical director & consultant physician at Chinmaya Mission Hospital, said, "We have always been at the forefront of delivering exceptional healthcare services. With the installation of the Multix VA 20 x-ray machine, we are redefining the standards of patient care, diagnosis, and comfort."

In line with CMH's mission to serve the underserved sections of society, this advanced X-ray machine ensures that even individuals with limited means can access the latest medical technology, fundamentally enhancing patient care.

The Multix VA 20 has the potential to benefit over 1,000 patients in a single day, a substantial increase compared to conventional machines, which typically cater to 100-150 patients daily.

Key features of the Multix VA 20 x-ray machine include AI-powered diagnoses, an integrated 3D camera for enhanced examination precision, a patient-centric design with an elevating table for easy patient transfer and comfort, and digital radiography ensuring consistent and reproducible imaging.

Moreover, the machine prioritises cybersecurity, guarantees high-quality image capture, and offers flexibility in system settings to cater to diverse clinical needs.

With Siemens' optimal worldwide service coverage, patients can expect continuous support, and the automation features of the machine accelerate workflows, minimising wait times and ensuring a streamlined healthcare experience.

In other such developments, in September, REMEDI, a Korean research and radiology device company, and Invencer Health brought the AI-based handheld X-ray device REMEX KA-6 to India. This aims to provide doorstep accessibility to healthcare while improving the patient experience.

In May this year, InHealth, a healthcare organisation in the UK, teamed up with Qure.ai, an Indian AI solution provider, to implement advanced technology for chest X-ray classification. This aims to support radiologists in interpreting scans accurately and efficiently.



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