Focusing on the needs of medical professionals
Improving clinical outcomes, reducing dosage and controlling costs through advanced X-ray Imaging Systems
Built by medical practitioners and the world’s foremost digital imaging experts, this conference addresses the need for a more integrated approach to developing medical imaging systems for clinical use. The CPD accredited conference will look at the latest technologies in development, including multi modal and single photon detectors. Alongside this, topics usually discussion cover a range of sensor technologies such as EMCCD, InGaAs, CMOS and fibre-based systems from macro to micro, connected by photonics technologies and the requirement for high quality, reliable imaging.
The agenda is structured to address specific patient group scenarios in oncology.
By bringing together medical professionals and the imaging technology supply chain, the audience can gain a better understanding of the challenges and capabilities of today’s advanced medical imagers.
The next MediSens Conference will run in February 2018 in London.
Electronic imaging systems are playing an increasing role at all levels of clinical operation. From capsule endoscopy to the most advanced PET or MRI scanners, digital imaging is providing healthcare professionals with more and more information to aid with diagnosis and surgery. However, digital imaging is still at a relative infancy in many of these applications and opportunities for technology developers and the end users of imaging technology are rare. Cancer detection is one specific area where imaging can provide life-saving support for diagnosis and treatment, and further advances in this field stand to improve patient outcomes many years into the future.
Delivered via a series of insightful presentations, interactive panel discussions, and extensive networking, all attendees leave these events with a clearer understanding of cancer detection medical imaging technology and connections to help them maximise the benefits of this advanced technology.