Technology | February 11, 2009

Sectra Launches Latest Version of its Orthopedic PACS

February 5, 2009 - The IT and medical-technology company Sectra, will be showing its advanced web-based solution at this year’s American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, to be held from Feb. 25 – 28 in Las Vegas.

Sectra’s newest version of Orthopedic PACS is designed to deliver productivity improvements for the Surgeon. Deep functionality in a web-based application allows the user to view current and prior images, view reports and preoperatively plan as needed. Ease of use, customized workflow and extremely tight integration with Practice Management and EMR systems, cornerstones of Sectra’s solution for years, are further enhanced by the web-based capabilities of today’s Sectra PACS.

Ease of use, customized workflow and extremely tight integration with Practice Management and EMR systems are further enhanced by the web-based capabilities of Sectra PACS. Sectra’s RapidConnect technology allows Sectra PACS addresses reduced bandwidth and latency experienced at remote clinics and locations. Advanced compression algorithms and streaming technologies, client-server protocols and data reduction are the keys to enabling an workflow in the orthopedic environment.

Sectra’s orthopedic PACS provides a number of significant benefits for orthopedic surgeons, including the ability to deliver faster, higher quality patient care to a growing aging population. The technology aims to increase precision in choosing templates in the pre-operative planning phase. Sectra’s orthopedic tools enhance the planning of orthopedic surgery for all specialties, including hips, knees, spine, sports medicine and complex trauma cases.

For more information: www.sectra.com

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