Technology | PACS | January 06, 2016

Shina Systems Announces New Commercial Release of 3Di PACS V3.2

Latest edition of remote viewing system adds new native volumetric manipulation tools

Shina Systems, 3Di PACS, version 3.2, RSNA 2015

January 6, 2016 — Shina Systems announced today the new commercial release of its 3Di PACS (picture archiving and communication system) solution at the 2015 Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) annual meeting, Nov. 29-Dec. 3 in Chicago. The 3Di platform allows clinicians, healthcare providers and patients to view medical images everywhere and for any purpose – from diagnostic image interpretation to intuitive viewing of images in a personal health record.

The new 3Di PACS version includes intuitive and native volumetric manipulation tools, such as Multi-Oblique slab mode, Curved Oblique mode, Dynamic Sequence Viewing mode and Volume view mode. Dental and Multi series viewing capabilities were added to the Web zero-footprint (ZF) HTML5 viewer, Java-independent workflow and intuitive Hanging Protocol wizard.

For more information: www.shina-sys.com

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