News | April 14, 2008

FDA Clears PACS Multimodality Visualization Solutions

April 15, 2008 – Candelis received 510(k) marketing clearance for its ImageGrid Mammography Web Viewer and ImageGrid Radiology Web Viewer, both now part of the ImageGrid RIS/PACS appliance technology suite, providing diagnostic tools aiming to provide access to medical imaging studies from anywhere and at any time to improve patient care.

The ImageGrid Mammography Web Viewer and Radiology Web Viewer applications are said to be highly scalable and designed to accommodate multiple concurrent users without the need to invest in additional servers. As a multimodality visualization solution, the viewers allow radiologists to view all relevant prior studies from one workstation.

The ImageGrid RIS/PACS Appliance reportedly provides immediate access and diagnostic viewing capabilities from any workstation on the network. As a thin-client application, the ImageGrid Web Viewers do not require installation of costly software on every workstation on the network or at a physician’s remote workstation.

For more information: www.candelis.com

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