News | August 28, 2007

FDA Clears Calgary Scientific’s ResolutionMD Cardiac Suite

August 29, 2007 - Calgary Scientific Inc. Medical Group (CSIMG), a provider of advanced visualization and analysis software solutions, announced the receipt of FDA 510(k) clearance for its ResolutionMD Cardiac suite of applications, including Calcium Scoring and Coronary Artery Analysis. The move supports CSIMG’s mission to become the ease-of-use and workflow leader by delivering integrated advanced visualization solutions through PACS, HIS, RIS, EMR and practice management tools.
The ResolutionMD Cardiac suite is designed to provide rapid screening, identification and quantification of coronary artery disease through disease-specific workflows delivered on a standard desktop or laptop computer. With Calcium Scoring, radiologists, cardiac specialists or technologists are able to complete a study and generate a patient-friendly report in under three minutes. Scored images and reports can be saved to the PACS, EMR or Practice Management System for collaboration with a referring physician, communication with the patient, and accurate maintenance of patient records.

For more information: www.calgaryscientific.com

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