News | October 07, 2008

Barco’s Latest 3D Now Integrated with FUJIFILM’s PACS

October 8, 2008 – Medical imaging company Barco has introduced a new version of its Voxar 3D advanced visualization product that integrates seamlessly into FUJIFILM’s Synapse PACS platform.

The new integration allows Synapse users to read their studies faster without major infrastructure investment and provides a five-fold increase in image loading performance, according to Barco.

With Voxar 3D 6.3 integrated into the Synapse PACS, users throughout the enterprise reportedly can read more studies in less time. They can access 3D tools with one click, and save and resume advanced visualization throughout the workflow using Barco’s patented Live Image technology. Furthermore, with the client-server version of Voxar 3D, ‘Voxar 3D Enterprise,’ they can now load an entire 2000-slice series at full diagnostic quality in 13 seconds.

Voxar 3D reportedly also enhances productivity by providing all the features required in daily workflow. The package includes MIP, MPR and 3D tools, as well as clinical applications for vessel analysis, CT cardiac analysis, CT colonography and PET/CT reading. In addition, these features are available at any Synapse workstation throughout the enterprise and even those workstations in remote locations.

For more information: www.fujimed.com, www.barco.com

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