News | May 11, 2009

Digisonics Features New OB/GYN Image Management, Reporting Solution at ACOG

May 8, 2009 – Digisonics’ latest OB-Windows/OB-View software release, which includes over 20 new features, showcased at the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) annual meeting in Chicago this week.

The system is dedicated to providing an ever-growing customer base with requested enhancements to OB/GYN image management and clinical reporting systems.

New features include redesign of the application GUI for easier user navigation, a twin fetal anatomy table, ability to import triplets and quad data from ultrasound systems, ability to set “required fields”, site defaults for sonographer, interpreting MD and study status, automated new pregnancy checkbox and more. These features combined with comprehensive fetal growth image analysis and the most configurable clinical reporting functionality create a complete system that allows sites to streamline their workflow, increase productivity and provide better patient care.

For more information: www.digison.net

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