News | December 16, 2007

Medipattern Installs B-CAD in Italy

December 17, 2007 - The Medipattern Corp. installed B-CAD 2.0 at General Hospital in Gorizia, Italy, allowing users to analyze the specified regions of interest, finding the edge of the lesion and identifying characteristics, which indicate that the lesion is probably benign or probably malignant.

B-CAD then collects the information into a natural language report, which is communicated to LOGIQworks for inclusion with the images in the patient record. The system provides a single station for reading, using CAD, reporting and finalizing the report. The system provides a single station for reading, using CAD, reporting, and finalizing the report - a breakthrough in streamlining workflow for the entire process from image capture to reporting.

The B-CAD 2.0 instillation also allows users to analyze images created on the GE Healthcare LOGIQ 9 Ultrasound System and sent to the GE Healthcare LOGIQworks radiologist review station.

For more information: www.medipattern.com

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