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Battlefield, transport,

bedside, and beyond

Thanks to the speed and sophistication of military medical care, wounded warriors can now survive serious injuries.

 

We create solutions that help military caregivers in every step of a warrior’s care—from point of injury to Medevac to field hospital to Role 3 and 4 hospitals. Over many miles and independent of the treatment setting, we meet the unique needs of military care providers.

 

Rugged, reliable, and easy-to-use, our solutions assist you in the race to treat the injuries of our service men and women.

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Mobile MRI in Afghanistan to help soldiers with TBI

Patients lead healthcare improvement

Traumatic brain injury is a common and serious injury on the battlefield. With an MRI, clinicians can detect the condition early, sometimes even without outward signs of injury.

 

In 2011, Philips began work to deploy the first MRI in the Afghanistan theater of operations. Philips delivered three completely self-contained mobile MRI units to help clinicians detect signs of brain injury.

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    IntelliVue MP2

    The IntelliVue MP2 is a remarkably light, flexible, and durable wearable transport monitor that’s easy to use during transport or in low acuity settings, both in and out of the hospital.

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    IntelliVue MP5

    Philips IntelliVue MP5 bedside patient monitor provides actionable information about your patients. It delivers IntelliVue monitoring power and functionality in a compact, rugged housing to serve a wide range of care environments.

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