Technology | Remote Viewing Systems | January 24, 2019

NucleusHealth Introduces StatStream+ Technology for Medical Image Cloud Streaming

Technology allows instantaneous 3-D manipulation of cross-sectional image volumes

NucleusHealth Introduces StatStream+ Technology for Medical Image Cloud Streaming

January 24, 2019 — Medical image management and teleradiology company NucleusHealth debuted the next milestone in the Nucleus.io cloud platform with their StatStream+ technology at the 2018 Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) annual meeting, Nov. 25-30, 2018, in Chicago. StatStream+ represents a major improvement, according to the company, over the existing StatStream technology first launched within Nucleus.io to deliver medical images from the cloud quickly.

StatStream+ was engineered to allow instantaneous three-dimensional manipulation of cross-sectional volumes, while preserving interactivity, providing a fluid experience for the radiologist. With StatStream+, NucleusHealth now applies their multi-resolution progressive streaming technology to large volumetric cross-sectional imaging, delivering performance for demanding primary diagnosis radiology workflows.

The Nucleus.io StatStream+ technology can intelligently adjust to the radiologist’s visualization preferences with adaptive streaming, even with on-the-fly layout modifications and multiplanar reformatting. Coupled with high performance client-side management of 3-D volumes, StatStream+ allows full volume oblique planes and thick-slabs while the full resolution stack is being streamed, unlocking rapid three-dimensional image review.

NucleusHealth showcased StatStream+ and other diagnostic workstation features. These included browser-based positron emission tomography-computed tomography (PET-CT) fusion support, advanced rule-based hanging protocols, key-object support and others.

For more information: www.nucleushealth.io

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