News | October 06, 2009

Merge Adds Biotronics3D Imaging Applications to Portfolio

October 6, 2009 - Merge Healthcare has added three Biotronics3D applications to its eFilm eCommerce channel: Diagnostic 3D, Vessel Review and Colon Review.

Each module is designed to bring fast access to an array of advanced visualization tools that assist in non-invasive viewing and diagnosing of medical conditions. All three modules are currently available via a free trial software download from the Merge Web site.

“Collaborating with Merge Healthcare allows us to introduce these powerful applications to the global eFilm Workstation community, which we believe is a market that values robust, cost-effective and user-friendly applications,” said Harry Hatzakis, CEO of Biotronics3D.

The Biotronics3D modules, available at www.merge.com/efilm, can be deployed enterprise-wide through a simple software download, and without the need for specialized hardware or bandwidth capabilities. Each visualization module includes a unique core design with enhanced memory, and uses advanced algorithms and histograms to analyze regions of interest. Other features include intuitive analysis tools and a customizable user interface for optimal user efficiency.

For more information: www.merge.com

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