News | February 06, 2009

Digisonics Releases OB-Windows/OB-View 4.4

February 6, 2009 – Digisonics said its new OB-Windows/OB-View software release 4.4 is now available.

This latest software version includes a reportedly intuitive redesign of the application GUI (graphical user interface). New features include; a twin anatomy table, import of triplet and quad data from ultrasound systems, automated new pregnancy check-box, ability to set defaults for sonographer, interpreting MD and study status, ability to recall studies based on referring MD or sonographer from the patient list, and single click CD burn for images and clinical reports.

Digisonics will showcase the release in their booth (#317) at this year’s American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine Annual Meeting in New York City along with other new product offerings including Web-based full functionality reading and reporting, DICOM store of OB/GYN reports to PACS systems and integration of OB-Windows/OB-View with HIS, RIS and EMR systems.

For more information: www.digison.net

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