Technology | February 11, 2008

C-PACS Meet R-PACS

ProSolv CardioVascular's latest release, ProSolv CardioVascular version 4.0, features the integration of FujiFilm�s radiology PACS application, Synapse with ProSolv CardioVascular to give ProSolv users access to all Synapse radiology data from one workstation, with a single sign-on and familiar user interface. This will allow Synapse users to access ProSolv�s industry leading Cardiovascular Image and Information System (CVIIS) within the Synapse application.

ProSolv�s version 4.0 also provides complete Web-based viewing and reporting capabilities using Web communication protocols, secured via SSL; in addition to a Web URL single click application download and installation. This new release includes numerous viewing and reporting enhancements for cardiac catheterization, echocardiography, vascular ultrasound and nuclear cardiology, including the addition of pediatric echocardiography reporting with embedded Z-score calculations to enhance clinical reporting efficiencies and an Accreditation Toolkit for ease of statistical reporting to the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission (IAC).

Feb 2008

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