Technology | June 03, 2010

Low-Cost, Web-Based Cardiac Nuclear Study Viewer Launched

June 4, 2010 – A monthly, online service was launched today that allows clinicians to review and interpret general and cardiac nuclear medicine studies from anywhere in the world for a low monthly rate. The Medx Web Viewer permits interpretation of any original equipment manufacturer (OEM) dataset with nuclear medicine-specific color tables and cine movie displays.

The viewer was tailored specifically for nuclear medicine and was designed to aid workflow, compatibility, functionality and security.

Demonstrations of the Medx Web Viewer will be available at the Society of Nuclear Medicine (SNM) meeting, booth 739, in Salt Lake City this weekend. Medx is also offering free, 45-day trials of the Web-based interpretation service during SNM.

For more Information: www.medx-inc.com

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