DICOM Solutions’ DICOM CD burning solution combined with a Rimage CD duplication system was designed to be an affordable and easy to use. From an AE title device on your network, you can send a complete patient study to a virtual CD burner. DICOM images can be pushed directly to the Rimage CD and it will burn the CD along with printing a custom label. This solution is made to cut film and storage costs. This low cost alternative to film production lets end users view the CD on any Microsoft Windows PC without loading additional software (DICOM viewer included.)
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