Technology | November 20, 2012

FDA Clears TomTec’s Image-Com 5.0 Software to Aid Workflow

November 20, 2012 — TomTec Imaging Systems GmbH announces the FDA 510(k) clearance for its new Image-Com 5.0 software solution.

The Image-Com 5.0 software is the newest addition to TomTec’s Image-Arena image management solution. Driven by more than 20 years of experience in 2-D and 3-D/4-D image review, TomTec succeeded to combine 2-D and 3-D imaging uniquely in one single viewer. It provides access to the entire TomTec cardiology and radiology application portfolio to analyze even proprietary data formats such as Philips, GE, Siemens and Toshiba.

“Time efficient image-review, measurements and analysis plays a growingly important role in improving the quality of patient care,” says Alex Kirn, product manager at TomTec Imaging Systems. “Image-Com has been developed to speed up workflow in the daily routine. It automatically imports measurements from the modalities such as ultrasound, provides labeled echocardiography and vascular measurements and exports the results to the electronic patient record.”

TomTec’s Business Unit Manager Healthcare IT, Gregor Malischnig, commented; "We are very excited about the introduction and timely U.S. market clearance of this new product as it helps obstetrician/gynecologist and cardiologists to optimize their workflow towards clinical outcome and efficiency.”

Image-Com 5.0 offers multimodality, multidimensional, multivendor image review and access to one of the most comprehensive sets of clinical applications.

TomTec will present the new Image-Com at the upcoming RSNA meeting in Chicago. Visit TomTec at the RSNA 2012 Hall B North Building #8608.

For more information: www.tomtec.de

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