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Philips Unveils Zenition 90 Motorized Next-Gen Mobile C-arm for Surgeons

Written by : Aishwarya Sarthe

March 2, 2024

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The system, launching in Q2 2024, offers advanced imaging and automation, empowering surgeons and improving patient outcomes in medical procedures.

Royal Philips, a global leader in health technology, has launched the Philips Image Guided Therapy Mobile C-arm System 9000, known as the Zenition 90 Motorized, a next-generation mobile C-arm system designed to enhance surgical precision and efficiency. 

Launching in Q2 2024, the system offers advanced imaging and automation, empowering surgeons and improving patient outcomes in medical procedures.

The Zenition 90 Motorized system, developed and manufactured in India, boasts high-quality imaging technology crucial for conducting complex surgical interventions. With surgeons able to control the device directly from the table-side, the system offers unprecedented flexibility and independence during operations. Its user-friendly controls and time-saving features aim to enhance clinical efficiency and improve patient outcomes significantly.

A standout feature of the Zenition 90 Motorized is its automated workflows, which are designed to streamline surgical processes and allow surgeons to focus more on patient care. The system's Touch Screen Module and advanced software solutions further contribute to operational efficiency, ensuring surgeons have optimal tools at their disposal.

Philips' Continued Innovation in Healthcare

In addition to the Zenition 90 Motorized, Philips has launched three new AI-enabled innovations to free healthcare providers to focus more on patient care. These innovations include next-generation ultrasound systems, the world's first mobile MRI system with helium-free operations, and new AI-enabled cloud solutions enhancing radiology efficiency and clinical confidence. By focusing on enhancing workflows and improving efficiency, Philips aims to allow clinical staff more time for patient care.

Philips also collaborated with healthcare providers to optimize workflows, ensuring more time is available for patient-focused care. The 'Care Means the World' campaign highlights the interconnectedness of human and environmental health, emphasizing the importance of both in healthcare.

Days back, Philips launched an innovation campus in Bengaluru to advance healthcare technology. The expansive 650,000 sq ft facility accommodates more than 5,000 professionals dedicated to developing advanced health technologies. The primary goal is to enhance patient experiences, improve health outcomes, streamline staff experiences, and reduce the overall cost of care.

Furthermore, a noteworthy collaboration unfolded between Royal Philips and the World Stroke Organisation (WSO). The two-year partnership aims to improve access to high-quality stroke care, focusing on advocacy, education, and raising awareness about stroke as a global health challenge.

Founded in 1891, Royal Philips is commonly known as Philips. The company's first products were light bulbs. Today, Philips is a global leader in health technology, focussing on improving people's health and well-being through advanced developments. The global health tech company aims to improve 2.5 billion lives annually by 2030.


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