News | March 24, 2008

Physicians Free to View Images Anywhere with New Cardiology Suite

March 25, 2008 - ScImage will bring to ACC the latest additions to its Web-based cardiology viewing suite, PicomEnterprise, reportedly allowing gated SPECT and nuclear stress test images to be viewed from anywhere, eliminating the need for dedicated workstations in routine clinical viewing.

Automatic sequence identification and viewing protocols allow two-stage and four-stage stress echo viewing, said the company. Auto measurement update between the echo viewer and report generator allows physicians to refine measurements made by technologists or add new measurements in a Web-based environment. The suite also reportedly features a DSA preprocessing module built into the DICOM server that provides auto viewing of subtracted images over the Web without the need for dedicated workstations. ScImage’s cardiology viewing suite enables a content-rich diagnostic environment that includes cath, echo, nuclear, EKG and cardiac CT at the physician’s fingertips, said ScImage.

For more information: www.scimage.com

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