RSNA 2016: South Building, Hall A, Booth 1936 At the 102 nd Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA), Nov. 27 to Dec. 2 at Chicago's McCormick Place, the separately managed healthcare business of Siemens AG is presenting itself for the first time under its new brand name, Siemens Healthineers. The new name underlines the company's pioneering spirit and its engineering expertise in the healthcare industry. With a new strategic direction, Siemens Healthineers aims to enable healthcare providers around the world to meet their current challenges and to excel in their respective environments. Through products and solutions designed to increase efficiency and to reduce costs, Siemens Healthineers is setting new trends in healthcare together with its customers - working under the motto "Engineering Success. Pioneering Healthcare. Together." At RSNA 2016, Siemens Healthineers unveils the robot-supported ARTIS pheno angiography system,¹ which was developed for use in interventional radiology, minimally invasive surgery, and interventional cardiology. In addition to possessing a zen40HDR flat panel detector and GIGALIX X-ray tube for outstanding image quality, the ARTIS pheno boasts new 2k recording technology capable of delivering 2D imaging resolution that is four times higher in all recording processes than prior Siemens Healthineers systems. The system's StructureScout feature can adapt and optimize imaging parameters to suit the X-rayed area, potentially resulting in less radiation dose than prior Siemens Healthineers systems. The ARTIS pheno also supports the treatment of multimorbid patients and can be fitted with a comprehensive range of optional software applications for complex cases. And to aid with infection control, the ARTIS pheno has large, sealed surfaces with fewer spaces, which are easy to clean and disinfect. One system for multimorbid patients Patients often suffer from multiple health issues that can complicate minimally invasive procedures or render them impossible. Older patients, in particular, face additional risks due to chronic disease. The ARTIS pheno angiography system helps facilities respond accordingly. Because it can scan up to 15 percent faster in the body area than prior Siemens Healthineers systems, the system's syngo DynaCT clinical software application can produce 3D images that use less contrast media, thus decreasing the load on the patient's kidneys. And to accommodate contrast-sensitive patients, ARTIS pheno supports CO 2 imaging of extremities. The system follows the tilted patient table and increases CO 2visibility within the patient via its new StructureScout feature. The ARTIS pheno's C-arm is 5 inches wider than its predecessor system, the Artis zeego, and has a free inner diameter of 37.6 inches, which offers more space for handling adipose patients and enables use of longer instruments. The system's multi-tilt table is designed to accommodate patients up to 617 pounds. The end of the table can tilt up and down to stabilize patient blood pressure or facilitate breathing, for example. And like the Artis zeego, the ARTIS pheno's robotic construction provides a flexible isocenter, so it can follow all table positions while representing the patient's target area from virtually any angle.