News | November 27, 2007

Sectra Launches New PACS Addition, Mammography System

November 28, 2007 - At RSNA 2007 Sectra focused on solutions for radiology trends such as the data explosion, work- and image sharing solutions, enterprise control solutions and in the mammography area, the latest within photon counting.

Sectra launched the latest addition to its next-generation PACS workstation family, the IDS7/dx. IDS7/dx is a comprehensive high-end diagnostic workstation.

Sectra’s patent pending technology for retrieving and displaying image data of large size reportedly eliminates problems encountered in working with large datasets, providing radiologists with the perfect reading tool in a data-intense environment.

Also at RSNA, Sectra featured the next generation of its unique photon-counting full-field digital mammography system, Sectra MicroDose Mammography, L30. In addition to maximizing image quality and increasing throughput, the system reportedly provides the lowest radiation dose on the market.

The latest version of Sectra Control Tower, version 2.2, a tool both for monitoring the daily status of the radiology department and revealing long-term production trends in RIS and PACS. Sectra Control Tower allows generating of comprehensive reports to support daily management decisions and is an excellent support for long-term procurement planning.

For more information: www.sectra.se/medical

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