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Siemens Healthineers Showcased its Atellica Diagnostics Portfolio and POC Informatics Solutions at EuroMedLab

22 June 2017

Siemens Healthineers showcased its latest laboratory and point-of-care innovations at the IFCC EuroMedLab Athens 2017 exhibition from June 12 to 14. Diagnostics professionals were invited to experience the new Atellica™ Portfolio for laboratory diagnostics and the company’s open informatics solutions for point-of-care testing.

“The 2017 product display from Siemens Healthineers represented our focus on engineering success and pioneering healthcare,” said Franz Walt, President, Laboratory Diagnostics, Siemens Healthineers. “The Atellica portfolio epitomizes engineering excellence—with revolutionary innovations designed to give lab professionals control and simplicity so they can spend less time on operations and more time on driving better outcomes.”
Attendees had the opportunity to explore the latest offerings in the Atellica Portfolio, including:

  • Atellica™ Solution* – flexible, scalable, automation-ready immunoassay and clinical chemistry analyzers

  • Atellica™ 1500 Automated Urinalysis System † – fully digital, automated urinalysis system

  • Atellica™ NEPH 630 System † – mid-volume, dedicated nephelometric system to further simplify specialty protein testing

  • Atellica™ COAG 360 System † fully automated high-volume coagulation system that unifies five testing methodologies

  • Atellica™ MDX 160 System‡ – flexible, automated molecular system with maximum productivity for multiple sample types

  • Atellica™ PM 1.0 Software – process management software to optimize lab operations through data analytics and visualization

Experts spoke about the company’s growing assay menu. The recently launched High-Sensitivity Troponin I (TNIH)† assay for the ADVIA Centaur® platform, for example, aids in the early diagnosis of acute myocardial infarction.

New informatics solutions for point-of-care testing featuring open connectivity also were on display.

The informatics solutions from Siemens Healthineers are designed to address connectivity challenges to help position point-of-care testing programs for success,” said Peter Koerte, President, Point of Care Diagnostics, Siemens Healthineers. “Through open connectivity to more than 150 devices from all leading POC vendors, we deliver secure—yet flexible—connectivity options that increase both choice and performance for greater efficiency.”

Siemens Healthineers featured the RAPIDComm Data Management System, which enables centrally managed point-of-care testing programs through a single customizable interface. Demo the POCcelerator Software, which connects devices from all major manufacturers to a hospital’s existing IT network and can automatically validate and transfer patients’ results to their electronic medical records.

Siemens Healthineers also shared its clinical expertise during four educational workshops. Topics included:

  • Early Diagnosis of Acute Myocardial Infarction

  • Health Economic Benefits of Using the Enhanced Liver Fibrosis (ELF™)† Test in Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD) in Primary Care

  • Novel Biomarkers in the Assessment of Glomerular Damage

  • Clinical Usefulness of Measuring Active-B12

With products and offerings such as those on display at IFCC EuroMedLab Athens 2017, as well as a new name that underlines the company’s pioneering spirit and engineering expertise, Siemens Healthineers—the separately managed healthcare business of Siemens AG—is helping to enable healthcare providers worldwide to meet their challenges and excel in their respective environments.

For more information about the robust Siemens Healthineers exhibit and the company’s educational programs at IFCC EuroMedLab Athens 2017, please visit

* Not available for sale. Future availability cannot be guaranteed.
‡ Under development. Not available for sale. Product availability will vary by country.
† Not available for sale in the U.S. Product availability will vary by country.
Product availability varies by country. ADVIA Centaur, Atellica, ELF, POC Ecosystem and all associated marks are trademarks of Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics Inc., or its affiliates. Any other trademarks and brands are the property of their respective owners.

Elisavet-Vasiliki Sachinidou