Technology | January 06, 2009

Ziosoft Receives FDA Clearance for CT Brain Perfusion Application

January 6, 2009 - Ziosoft Inc., an advanced visualization and analysis software for medical imaging, today received 510(k) clearance from the FDA for its CT brain perfusion application, which is accessible to clinicians throughout the enterprise using the Ziostation thin-client system.

The brain perfusion application is a powerful analysis tool used with the Ziostation thin-client system. The software is unique in its ability to provide brain perfusion functionality to clinicians as a thin-client application using standard commercial hardware. This software option is designed to aid radiologists in stroke assessment by providing a color map of cerebral blood flow and other perfusion-related parameters from CT images of the brain.

The brain perfusion application includes image manipulation tools as well as measurement tools such as cerebral blood volume, blood flow and mean transit time. Ziosoft’s brain perfusion application provides radiologists with decision support tools to help them assess the type and extent of cerebral perfusion disturbance whether viewed in a hospital or at a remote location offering physicians flexibility and efficiency in viewing solutions.

For more information: www.ziosoftinc.com

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