Philips will showcase FetView, an image sharing and reporting software for obstetrics and gynecology, at the International Society of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology (ISUOG) World Congress 2022.
FetView will offer real-time, off-cart, remote patient management with access to data from any ultrasound system at any time, anywhere. As a vendor-neutral cloud-based platform, FetView will use the ultrasound image data to convey fetal growth projections.
FetView can retrieve images and measurement data via a secure encrypted DICOM interface and display them in a structured layout where care team members can easily add new information and data. Also, the application streamlines the generation of reports in PDF format so they can be uploaded to electronic patient records and shared online with other clinicians and patients.
Furthermore, ISUOG organizers noted that the death of Queen Elizabeth will not affect the congress, which is being held from 16-18 September in London. Though there may be localized travel disruptions within the very central parts of London, the congress venue isn't located there and likely will not cause problems for attendees. The funeral of Queen Elizabeth will take place on 19 September.