News | October 05, 2009

TomTec Extends CardioArena Portfolio With Vascular Analysis Solution

October 5, 2009 – TomTec launched the vascular analysis solution M’Ath1 (Measure of Atherosclerosis) as a further part of TomTec’s CardioArena multimodality imaging program during the European Society of Cardiology congress 2009 in Barcelona.

The condition of atherosclerosis in the carotid arteries can be analyzed based on ultrasound imaging with the clinical application package (CAP) M’Ath. For the detection of early atherosclerosis the automated IMT (Intima Media Thickness) and distensibility measurement provides important results. Semiautomatic plaque and stenosis measurements support the diagnosis in advanced stages of atherosclerosis.

The M’Ath CAP is well validated with more than 10,000 patients and offers reliable results. Additionally the user can work with different ultrasound systems and is not limited to specific vendors to perform all the measurements of this analysis tool.

This vascular analysis solution package will run on single workstations or within a Cardio PACS environment from TomTec. Together with the Image-Arena platform M’Ath offers a powerful and easy to use application for vascular diseases, the company said.

For more information: www.tomtec.de

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