Technology | October 05, 2009

GE to Demo Nuclear Medicine Advanced Imaging PACS

GE Healthcare's PACS-IW Oncology Workflow Workstation

GE Healthcare IT will be demonstrating the Xeleris for Nuclear Medicine Advanced Imaging for Centricity PACS and Oncology Workflow for Centricity PACS-IW.

The Xeleris for Nuclear Medicine Advanced Imaging application is integrated on the Centricity PACS workstation, and provides advanced imaging toolsets for the viewing and analysis of perfusion and metabolic pathways in SPECT/CT and PET/CT studies serving neurology, cardiology, and oncology departments. The Centricity PACS-IW Oncology Workflow integrates sophisticated PET/CT fusion and SUV measurement capabilities into the web-based PACS-IW. This separately licensable option automatically fuses and displays rotating MIPs from source axial series acquired from multi-vendor PET/CT scanners.

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