Technology | August 30, 2010

Cardiac PACS Integrates Advanced 2-D/3-D Echo Quantification Tools


August 30, 2010 – A portfolio of advanced quantification solutions for 2-D and 4-D ultrasound imaging were added to ScImage’s PicomEnterprise picture archiving and communications system (PACS). It now directly integrates TomTec’s portfolio of echo quantification solutions.

The software’s clinical contribution to the decision-making process is intuitive and easy-to-use. All major ultrasound vendors provide 3-D capable systems, which makes 3-D available to nearly every lab.

ScImage and TomTec teamed up to offer seamless integration between their respective products, providing 3-D workflow in clinical practice. The integration facilitates and improves access to 3-D data through ScImage’s PicomEnterprise PACS for cardiology implementations. Through the integration of 2-D and 3-D imaging patient care as well as efficiency and productivity can be improved.

For more information: www.scimage.com

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