Technology | March 23, 2015

Latest Version of TomTec-Arena Software Receives FDA 510(k) Approval

Platform consists of automated solutions for 2-D and 3-D image volume measurements, strain imaging

March 23, 2015 — TomTec Imaging Systems GmbH announced U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) 510(k) clearance for the latest version of its TomTec-Arena software solution.

TomTec-Arena is a suite of clinical applications to review, analyze and quantify medical image data in multiple dimensions (2-D & 3-D/4-D) and multiple modalities such as ultrasound, X-ray angiography (XA), magnetic resonance (MR) and nuclear medicine (NM).

TomTec-Arena combines TomTec’s entire cardiology and radiology application portfolio in one medical product. It can analyze standard 2-D Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM) as well as 2D and 3D proprietary data formats from all major ultrasound vendors.

The software suite features a variety of automated solutions for 2-D and 3-D volume measurements and strain imaging. Highly reproducible and reliable results support the clinical decision making process to assess subclinical deteriorations of the myocardium and to monitor left ventricular remodeling throughout the course of heart failure therapy.

TomTec-Arena is available as a standalone workstation or network configuration in combination with Image-Arena. Image-Arena offers image management with a patient database, archiving and import/export functionality as well as connectivity and routing services. A full range of reporting solutions complement the product portfolio.

TomTec-Arena is also available as an integrated version within many picture archive and communication systems (PACS) and electronic medical record (EMR) systems on the market without the need of a separate server, thus extending existing hospital IT into a powerful diagnostic environment without adding complexity for the IT department.

For more information: www.tomtec.de

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