Technology | August 06, 2010

New Interactive Software Available for Mammography System

August 6, 2010 - An interactive data capture and graphical reporting software and hardware solution is now offered for the Dimension 2-D Full Field Digital Mammography.

The Atirix Medical Systems QC-Track quality control software helps automate the tracking and graphing that the Mammography Quality Standards Act (MQSA) requires for many of the devices associated with breast imaging facilities.

Atirix now provides quality control reporting and graphing solutions for the Hologic Selenia, Selenia Dimensions 2-D, MultiCare Platinum and M-IV systems. The Dimensions 2-D templates, worksheets and graphs can be added to a current QC-Track installation.

The QC-Track system is an interactive data capture and graphical reporting software and hardware solution that automates the tracking and graphing that the Mammography Quality Standards Act (MQSA) requires for many of the devices associated with breast imaging facilities. It also includes a professional credential management option. QC-Track can be used from any personal computer.

For more information: www.atirix.com

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