Launch of the first “Made in India” AI-enabled Cath lab by Wipro GE Healthcare

Bengaluru, Sep. 6 (IANS) GE Healthcare and AGE Healthcare, two of the world’s top innovators in medical technology, diagnostics, and digital solutions, on Tuesday announced the introduction of the Optima IGS 320, the company’s first “Made in India” cath lab driven by artificial intelligence.

The Optima IGS 320 is the first neural network-based interventional image chain, according to a business announcement, and was created at Wipro GE Healthcare’s new factory that was established under the PLI (production linked incentive) plan in Bengaluru.

“Our objective is to transition from health care to good ageing and that can be done through predictive, preventive, and individualised medicine,” said Dr. Shravan Subramanyam, managing director of Wipro GE Healthcare. The need for individualised treatment is becoming increasingly critical as a result of the complexity of patient profiles and changing illness patterns, and artificial intelligence technologies have the potential to revolutionise the patient care process.

With our “Made in India” AI-enabled Cath lab, we want to advance intelligent imaging to assist cardiologists and patients with individualised treatment protocols and treatments and provide access to high-quality healthcare throughout India.

The Optima IGS 320’s next generation of interventional imaging software offers clinical adaptability to more precisely direct complex non-invasive treatments. The business claimed that by using AutoRight to automate the traditionally difficult process, interventionists would have less work to do and might pay more attention to the process.

Head of Imaging at GE Healthcare South Asia, Srikanth Suryanarayanan, said: “A new generation of interventional imaging software is used in this “industry-first” Cath lab to guide complex, non-invasive treatments with higher precision and lower risk. Our goal is to make interventionalists’ jobs easier while increasing their focus on procedures so they can devote every second to treating patients with their clinical knowledge.”

The next-generation Revolution Aspire CT (Computed Tomography) scanner was introduced by Wipro GE Healthcare earlier this year. It is the first device to be entirely designed and produced in India, at the company’s recently opened Medical Devices Manufacturing facility. The second item being introduced at the new plant is the Optima IGS320.

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