Kibera residents became the first in
The company, jointly with
"It makes me proud to see how Philips' cost-effective, easy to operate ultrasound systems can make a real difference in
Currently in its fifth consecutive year, the roadshow enables Philips to engage in dialogue with customers, governments, NGOs and media to ascertain a better understanding of each country's unique requirements and to develop relevant technology to support their needs on maternal and infant care.
The system allows for early detection of complications in expectant mothers. According to the Philips Fabric of
Women in semi-urban and rural areas across
The company says the Visiq tablet is portable and easy to use, meaning it will be good for expectant mothers in remote areas who would not otherwise have access to this type of innovative technology.
Its unique combination of mobility, ease of use and image quality, will enable clinicians to perform ultrasound examinations across a variety of clinical settings. Small outpatient clinics or community centers can carry out comprehensive obstetric and abdominal scans themselves using this new equipment.
Maternity screening is the key to early detection of potential complications arising in pregnancy.
Philips is also organizing a roundtable discussion as part of its 'Fabric of
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