Technology | April 23, 2009

Ziosoft Debuts New Advanced Visualization Applications at ITEM 2009

April 23, 2009 - Ziosoft Inc. debuted a new SPECT/CT fusion application, MR cardiac function analysis and 4D brain perfusion showing dynamic analysis using images from a 320-slice CT scanner,* built for the Ziostation thin-client system, at the International Technical Exhibition of Medical Imaging (ITEM) held April 17-19 in Yokohama, Japan.

Ziosoft also featured a ”fine grained” load balancing concept for server clustering as well as the new zioTerm free 2D and pay-per-study 3D application model targeted towards academic users. The power of Ziostation’s accessibility was further demonstrated using its recently released VersaWeb and proof of concept iPhone applications.

Ziosoft also presented a luncheon seminar with talks by Dr. Yasuyuki Kobayashi, St. Marianna University and Dr. Makoto Sasaki, Iwate Medical University. Dr. Kobayashi’s topic was cardiac function quantitative analysis that included research he conducted with Ziosoft as a fellow at Johns Hopkins University. Dr. Sasaki addressed current and future brain perfusion assessment technologies.

*These products not currently cleared for sale in the United States.

For more information: www.ziosoftinc.com

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