News | March 23, 2009

FiatLux Imaging, Panasonic to Showcase 3D Software for Mobile Healthcare Computers

March 23, 2009 - FiatLux Imaging and Panasonic Computer Solutions Co. will demonstrate at HIMSS 2009 the advanced visualization capabilities of FiatLux Visualize optimized for the next generation of tablet computers for the healthcare industry including the new the Panasonic Toughbook H1 Mobile Clinical Assistant (MCA).

FiatLux Visualize processes images from patient exams onboard the computer so that healthcare professionals can address the growing demand for clinical data access at the patient bedside and at the point of decision throughout the hospital. FiatLux Visualize received FDA 510(k) clearance in August 2008.

“The beauty of the Toughbook H1 is that it can ease clinical loads and improve workflow by allowing more to be done at the point of care,” said Greg Davidson, senior business development manager, Panasonic Computer Solutions Company. “Having solutions like FiatLux Visualize optimized for the H1 is a perfect example of this value proposition. Through the combination of Panasonic and FiatLux, clinicians will have mobile and reliable access to advanced medical imaging and analysis when and where they need it.”

Ushering in new possibilities for high-quality, affordable, diagnostic images, FiatLux Visualize allows physicians and a wide array of medical professionals to view, manipulate, and analyze MPR, MIP, and detailed 3D representations of the human anatomy from CT and MRI exams virtually anywhere, anytime. Neurosurgeons, cardiologists, orthopedic surgeons can use FiatLux Visualize for image analysis, surgical planning, and improved patient communication and understanding at a fraction of the cost of traditional workstation based imaging technology.

For more information: www.fiatluximaging.com, www.panasonic.com/toughbook

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