News | July 16, 2009

TeraRecon to Meet SCCT Reporting Guidelines for Cardiac CT

Aquarius iNtuition 4.4

July 17, 2009 - TeraRecon is highlighting its goal to meet the mission of SCCT’s recently-released reporting guidelines for interpreting and reporting coronary CTA, by augmenting the workflow and reporting capabilities of Aquarius iNtuition 4.4 software to achieve increased productivity and enhanced compliance.

TeraRecon Inc. is showing Aquarius iNtuition’s comprehensive cardiovascular application suite, at the SCCT Fourth Annual Scientific Meeting to be held in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., July 16-19. This years’ SCCT meeting will also emphasize on low dose scanning strategies, and TeraRecon is committed to continual improvement of advanced visualization technology such that acceptable diagnostic results may be obtained from ever-lower dose studies

iNtuition 4.4 provides physicians anytime, anywhere access to fully-featured cardiovascular clinical tools, remarkable automation features and intuitive reading workflows which are made readily available throughout the healthcare enterprise and beyond. TeraRecon iNtuition solution delivers these capabilities via an entirely client/server solution.

iNtuition’s automated workflow templates are designed to allow clinicians to define their individual workflow steps in order to optimize their workflow and increase consistency. In addition, iNtuition’s automated preprocessing performs centerline, segmentation and labeling tasks so that the image data is ready for immediate interpretation upon accessing the study. If required, the automated processing work can be further edited by a specialist with these edits being saved for later physician access or collaborative review. The final results can be easily distributed by sending a URL link to referring clinicians, which launches AquariusWEB, an interactive browser-based 3D viewer.

For more information: www.terarecon.com

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