Technology | November 01, 2012

X-Ray Print Solution Saves Medical Imaging Costs

The aycan X-Ray print solution lets physicians print DICOM images on plain paper at near film quality. It now features a wider array of out put solutions and more flexible and economical pricing models. aycan print is an inexpensive, environmentally friendly, and easy way to communicate with referring physicians and patients — customers can save 90 percent on film costs.

It fits seamlessly into both traditional and PACS workflows to provide a low-cost solution for sharing imaging with referral physicians and patients.

The aycan X-Ray print solution lets physicians print DICOM images on plain paper at near film quality. It fits seamlessly into both traditional and PACS workflows to provide a low-cost solution for sharing imaging with referral physicians and patients.

It uses the DICOM 3.0 standard to integrate with hospital databases, and images can be received from any modality and printed on a certified aycan printer. Software includes Presentation Look-Up Tables (PLUT) which allows users to set defaults and adjust image quality output settings (brightness, grayscale, contrast, etc.) for each modality.

Benefits include:
• Up to 90 percent film cost reduction.
• Excellent print quality due to hard- and software optimized for medical purposes.
• Smooth integration into any DICOM-compatible network and modality park.
• Accelerated workflow, simplified processes, faster results, higher acceptance.
• Easy-to-use; controlled like a laser camera.

For more information: www.aycan.com

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