Toshiba Medical Visualization Systems releases Voxar 3D advanced visualization products

Published on June 4, 2009 at 12:12 AM · No Comments

Toshiba Medical Visualization Systems has announced two major releases in its Voxar 3D product line: Voxar 3D 6.3.2 Workstation and Voxar 3D 6.3.2 ActiveX.

The products are the most widely-used advanced visualization solutions for PACS, offering a rapid time-to-market with the most commonly-used advanced visualization features. Voxar 3D Workstation is an application that offers the features through a best-in-class integration with PACS, and Voxar 3D ActiveX is a software component that offers them seamlessly embedded into PACS. Both systems are also designed to be easy to implement and support - operating on standard PACS platforms, and backed by a world-wide technical and clinical support organization.

"Voxar 3D Workstation and ActiveX are ideal ways for a PACS vendor to add the power of advanced visualization to their products," said Calum Cunningham, Senior Vice President. "They provide outstanding functionality, and yet they are easy to integrate, deploy, and maintain."

For ten years, Voxar 3D products have been designed by a dedicated team of clinical experts. The resulting advanced visualization provides PACS customers with more productivity and greater insight, making PACS simply more competitive. "Our mature and robust technology opens up more sales opportunities, addresses the needs of a wider range of clinical specialties, and increases customer retention and loyalty," continued Cunningham.

Voxar 3D Workstation has a full, enterprise-wide integration with PACS. It uses the PACS worklist, so users can access advanced visualization with just one mouse click. What's more, it can share data in memory with PACS, loading series at five times the speed of a traditional DICOM transfer. Once a PACS workstation has loaded a series, it is available to Voxar 3D Workstation immediately - there is no need to load it again from the workstation or over a network. And when captures are taken, they are stored in PACS as Live Images, which increases efficiency by allowing advanced visualization to be saved and resumed throughout the workflow. Cranial malformation: 3D targeted volume reformat

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