Women's Breast Health
You care for the woman and the soldier. This population of Veterans is diverse, with a complex variety of risk factors concerning their breast health. These include dense breast tissue – affecting up to 46 percent of women1 – microcalcifications, BRCA mutations, obesity and familial risk factors. Any one factor or a combination of these can complicate your ability to effectively screen and diagnose their conditions. Meeting the breast health needs of every woman – as well as those with these special considerations can be challenging. We’re here to help.1. Pisano et al. NEJM 2005; 353: 1773.
Many Veterans with combat experience or other trauma associated with their service present unique challenges that must be acknowledged, such as PTSD – often triggered by loud noises and/or confined spaces. An MRI exam, in particular, can bring about PTSD-related anxiety and flashbacks. MRI and other acquisition systems that deliver exceptional images should bring Veterans peace of mind, not apprehension about the process itself. That’s why GE Healthcare puts a lot of care and attention into how we can make the diagnostic experience as stress free and relaxing as possible for Veterans.
Saving time and streamlining cardiology care pathways starts by getting a clear, high-quality electrocardiogram (ECG) the first time. Our comprehensive cardiology solutions – featuring advanced clinical capabilities - enable critical insights for critical decisions to make faster, more confident assessments of cardiac risk.
Women's Health Ultrasound
As the leader in Women’s Health Ultrasound, GE Healthcare’s Voluson™ family of ultrasound systems are designed to enhance the quality of ultrasound images for OB and GYN. Through the use of these specialized tools, we help clinicians see more anatomical details so that they can provide their patients exceptional care.