Technology | October 26, 2008

Visage Imaging Showcases New Thin-Client Technology

Visage Imaging Inc. has new clinical applications and tools for 2D, 3D, and 4D visualization and post processing designed to offer more cost-effective real-time medical image data processing with integrated enterprise 3D visualization.

The new applications and tools are fully integrated within the Visage CS Thin Client/Server platform, which is designed to satisfy diagnostic imaging needs in a complex healthcare environment by offering anytime, anywhere access to images from multiple modalities to virtually any number of concurrent users.

The company's latest software release targets new clinical applications such as CT and MR angiography, cardiac analysis, perfusion analysis and oncology.

The company says Visage Thin Client solution offers an advantage over the traditional PACS/workstation combination, which requires imaging facilities to purchase, install, maintain and update each workstation individually, and fails to provide the same level of processing capability from workstation to workstation. With the Visage Imaging solution, imaging centers can purchase and maintain one server-based system without worrying about the cost and upkeep of multiple workstations. The server system also can be scaled to grow as imaging demands increase.

The Visage Thin Client solution is recognized for its performance in processing and viewing large volumes of imaging information and for managing thin-slice data, as well as for its unique combination of diagnostic reading performance. Visage Imaging provides integrated clinical applications, and a clear commitment to add even more fully integrated tools and applications over time. While the Visage CS solution has a strong focus on radiology, it also goes one step further to provide surgeons, neurologists, and other referring physicians efficient access to original 3D data, enabling them to perform their own reformations and post processing.

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