Technology | November 20, 2014

Vital Introduces Vitrea Version 6.7, Vitrea.InnerVision at RSNA 2014

Vitrea.InnerVision allows remote monitoring and diagnostics for Vitrea viewing software

November 20, 2014 — Vital Images Inc. introduces Version 6.7 of its Vitrea software, with new features and enhancements to its cardiovascular, neurovascular and oncology applications as well as service, integration and efficiency enhancements. This latest version of Vitrea software, as well as Vitrea.InnerVision monitoring software, will be shown at the 100th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) in Chicago, Nov. 30 –Dec. 4.

Designed with Vitrea's foundation of ease of use and efficient information access, Version 6.7 features clinical enhancements to its applications with the common theme of increased efficiency and easy access to clinical decision support information. The Image Denoising functionality was enhanced to automatically smooth out uniform tissue while preserving edges, which gives users a clearer view of denoised images.

General and integration enhancements include improvements to Vitrea's STL export functionality, providing flexibility to export from Vitrea for use in 3-D printing capabilities, such as CAD modeling, computational modeling and surgical simulation. Version 6.7 also includes enhancements to partner technologies with Olea Sphere, Visia CT (computed tomography) Lung CAD, Mirada RTX and Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Cardiac Suite.

Vitrea.InnerVision will be introduced simultaneously with the release of Version 6.7. Vitrea.InnerVision is a software monitoring solution that provides proactive diagnostic and resolution services. It is an enhanced service offering that continuously, remotely and securely monitors the health of Vitrea software and proactively alerts Vital of potential operational issues. The solution requires minimal customer involvement and helps resolve behind-the-scenes software concerns.

For more information: www.vitalimages.com

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