Technology | Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) | June 27, 2018

Zetta Medical Technologies Earns FDA Clearance for Zoom MRI Software Engine

Algorithm helps automatically process all MRI techniques, including time-sensitive short scans

June 27, 2018 — Zetta Medical Technologies announced the release of Zoom, its latest magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) software algorithm for image quality enhancement and image optimization of short scanning techniques.

Zoom is vendor-neutral and works with all MRI models from all major manufacturers. Its core algorithm was designed to help MRI imaging departments to automatically process all MRI imaging techniques, including time-sensitive short scans.

The algorithm utilizes standard DICOM communications protocol to receive data, processes it and automatically transfers the enhanced images to the picture archiving and communication system (PACS). Its engine can simultaneously manage incoming data from multiple scanners to satisfy aggressive workflow demands. Developed in the U.S. by Zetta, Zoom helps MRI imaging departments maintain patient care, increase patient throughput and improve scanning profitability.

Zoom joins Zetta's suite of innovative software solutions — including Zia, Z-Dose29, ZDose-RP, Z-Link and Z-Pulse — designed and developed with hospitals and imaging centers in mind.

For more information: www.zettamed.com

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