Technology | June 12, 2009

Preclinical Inveon•Workplace Software Enables Powerful Visualization, Analysis Capabilities

June 12, 2009 – Siemens Healthcare announced the launch of its newest version of Inveon Research Workplace, IRW 3.0, at the 2009 SNM Annual Meeting held June 14-16 in Toronto. This new software provides Inveon users with an expanded set of tools for image visualization and data analysis, and new solutions for important applications in cardiac PET imaging.

The new IRW 3.0 software is equipped with image visualization, analysis and data management features that increase overall ease-of-use. Specifically, IRW 3.0 enables visualization and analysis of dual-gated dynamic PET data. With support for both acquisition and analysis of these types of data, Inveon users are able to carry out complex and demanding preclinical studies which are affected by cardiac and/or respiratory motion artifacts. In addition, IRW 3.0 allows for quick and accurate high resolution image data export, representation and interpretation, while delivering features such as arbitrary image reorientation and image filtering. Inveon•Workplace also provides improved kinetic modeling and parametric analysis tools.

For more information: www.siemens.com/healthcare.

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