Technology | October 09, 2008

Median Lesion Management Solutions Integrates with Sectra PACS

MEDIAN LMS – Lesion Management Solutions – is a comprehensive portfolio of software applications for the management of cancerous or suspicious lesions diagnosed in CT scans, which can be installed on Sectra PACS workstations. Such
integration brings new advanced clinical functionalities right to the radiologists’ desktops wherever needed in the hospital, guarantees access to previous exams necessary to perform follow-up studies and ensures the immediate transmission of comprehensive reports to the oncologists and other referring physicians.

The integration of MEDIAN applications with Sectra PACS is performed on a two-level basis: a backend level not visible to the user, hosts all the data exchange based on a complete support of the DICOM standard, and a front-end level allows the invocation of LMS applications directly from the Sectra IDS5
application.

This invocation brings a number of additional advantages, including the workflow is streamlined and more efficient, automatic and systematic synchronization of the two applications in terms of identified user and exams eliminates most
potential causes of misinterpretation and misassignment of results to a patient.

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