Calgary Scientific Medical Group unveiled a fully Web-based thin client solution, ResolutionMD, that supports the increasing demand for access to high resolution CT and MRI studies without requiring dedicated visualization workstations.
ResolutionMD reportedly allows radiologists and their colleagues to perform sophisticated visualizations via a Web browser securely connected to the network or the Internet. When tightly integrated with Picture Archiving and Communications Systems
(PACS), ResolutionMD provides an easy-to-use interface, making multiplanar reformatting (MPR), thick slabbing, volume rendering and other advanced image analysis tools widely accessible, according to the company.
The solution was demonstrated in conjunction with partner Intuitive Imaging Informatics and their ImageQube Web-based PACS. New developments for the ImageQube Web-based PACS include the availability of custom hanging protocols with one-click layouts, improved performance, new diagnostic functionality, including 3D surface rendering through a partnership with Calgary Scientific and the ability to support up to five monitors.
The ImageQube maintains its ability to run on any operating system platform (including Windows, Macintosh, Linux or Unix) and a fully automated, personal DVD/CD burner capability.