Samsung Showcased AI-based Medical Technologies

Samsung Showcased AI-based Medical Technologies

At the European Congress of Radiology, Samsung showcased its latest diagnostic imaging medical equipment and AI-based solutions. The company displayed a variety of diagnostic imaging equipment, especially, the X-ray zone, which was designed and inspired by pediatric wards, features a new low dose imaging processing engine for children.

“We are pleased that Samsung’s AI technologies have been successfully applied to the existing diagnostic imaging devices and have been well received in the market,” said Dongsoo Jun, President of Health & Medical Equipment Business at Samsung Electronics and CEO of Samsung Medison. “Samsung will continue to deliver on our promise of fast, easy and accurate diagnostic solutions for our customers in the healthcare community.”

“We are excited to expand our commitment on patient safety with the addition of U.S. FDA clearance for pediatric low dose that may improve dose care without compromise to image quality,” said Insuk Song, Senior Vice President of Health & Medical Equipment Business at Samsung Electronics. “Samsung is constantly working on pediatric-centric innovation to uphold As Low As Reasonably Achievable principle for minimizing radiation dose. Our dedication to pediatric care conveys the effort keep the long-term safety of children who are more sensitive to radiation and its cumulative effect.”

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