Technology | PACS | March 26, 2018

Singular Medical Technologies Unveils New PACS Products

Mobile solutions allow radiologists to read wherever they go, access anywhere in the emergency or operating rooms

Singular Medical Technologies Unveils New PACStation Mobile

PACStation Mobile

Singular Medical Technologies Unveils New PACStation GO

PACStation-GO

March 26, 2018 — Singular Medical Technologies (SMT), an emerging technology company focused on high-performance healthcare solutions for picture archiving and communication systems (PACS), recently announced two new additions to its PACStation suite of products.

The PACStation-GO is a 100 percent fully functional reading workstation, equipped with two full-size diagnostic monitors and built to be completely portable. Radiologists can now read from anywhere, thanks to software combined with SMT's hardware solutions

Developed for clinical and diagnostic applications, SMT said the PACStation-Mobile is the perfect system to implement in emergency and operating rooms where the need for PACS access is vital. The PACStation-Mobile was developed with today's most advanced technology and designed for ED physicians to have PACS access throughout their facility.

For more information: www.singmedtech.com

 

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