News | May 14, 2008

TIMS DICOM System Version 2.2 Boasts New Features

May 15, 2008 - Foresight Imaging is previewing version 2.2 of the TIMS DICOM System software that includes several new features such as audio recording and annotation (especially for speech pathology), audio playback, audio recording to CD/DVD, file attachment, editing of saved studies, GIF and TIF file import (in addition to the current BMP, AVI, JPG and PNG), DICOM send lists, study editing improvements and other general workflow enhancements.

The TIMS DICOM System, a solution for converting any non-DICOM medical modality to DICOM, is designed to convert any modality including fluoroscopy, nuclear medicine, CT, MR, motion X-ray, endoscopy, white light microscopy, angiography, ultrasound, speech pathology, and other modalities. The resulting studies can be sent to PACS, recorded to CD/DVD/USB, and printed to any Windows or DICOM printer.

TIMS can record motion video for the entire procedure, up to several minutes, which can be necessary for certain modalities like echocardiography, interventional radiology, speech pathology, cardiac catheterization labs, motion X-ray and endoscopy.

TIMS allows for review and editing of studies before sending to PACS. The system also allows for DICOM query/retrieve, DICOM Modality Work List, stop watch timing of swallow studies, and sending of portions of studies to PACS.

For more information: www.tims.com

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