Technology | June 04, 2009

GE Integrates Nuclear Medicine into PACS Workstation at SIIM 2009

June 5, 2009 - GE Healthcare has successful integrated Xeleris Suite for Nuclear Medicine into the GE PACS RA1000 workstation, the company announced at SIIM 2009.

Through GE's Open Desktop technology, enabling users to integrate best-of-breed applications with enterprise connectivity regardless of department or clinical specialty, clinicians can now benefit from a single database for patient selection, reporting and archiving for true multimodality patient review, including nuclear medicine tools and reprocessing capabilities.

With Xeleris Suite, nuclear medicine physicians and radiologists can conduct nuclear image reviews on the Centricity PACS RA1000 workstation beyond the limitations of simple screen capture and raw data. This includes a wide array of clinical applications such as Xeleris Myometrix and Emory Cardiac Toolbox cardiac analysis tools as well as SPECT/CT and PET/CT image review. Multimodality image reading from a single location could lead to improved clinical productivity and diagnostic confidence.

For more information: www.gehealthcare.com

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