Technology | October 09, 2007

Carestream Health Brings Innovative Portfolio of Mammography Solutions

Carestream Health’s KODAK DIRECTVIEW CR Mammography feature adds mammography applications to its CR platforms along with a CAD solution (both works-in-progress in the U.S.). Images from the CR platform are output onto high-resolution radiographic film with a new KODAK DRYVIEW 6800 laser imager.

The company will also demonstrate the use of its workstation with integrated CONFIRMA CADSTREAM software for breast MRI exams and CEDARA B-CAD software for breast ultrasound exams to facilitate the reading and interpretation of CAD results, along with viewing of original breast exams.

Carestream Health will showcase mammography modules for CARESTREAM PACS and CARESTREAM RIS that include special image viewing tools for radiologists as well as features to help automate and personalize patient communication and simplify preparation of reports required for MQSA certification.

August 2007

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