3DISC, a manufacturer of digital imaging solutions, will introduce its next-generation QuantorMed+ and QuantorVet+ Imaging Software at the 2012 Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) meeting in Chicago Nov. 25-30 (Booth #4406). Quantor+ Imaging Software provides facilities using 3DISC's family of FireCR+ Medical and Veterinary Readers with optimized image acquisition, processing, and management capabilities.
With QuantorMed+ and QuantorVet+ Imaging Software, image acquisition is supported by a comprehensive list of exams and anatomies. To optimize images, technicians can crop, etch, enhance, increase brightness and contrast, and perform other adjustments. The software includes an updated color scheme, with a dark background that offers maximum contrast when viewing images and is easier on the eyes of technicians, radiologists, and veterinarians. It also features improved organization of controls and grouping of functionality for work list, exam, and study list buttons for fast, intuitive operation, and a visible navigation bar is available at all times to guide users through workflow.
Thomas Weldingh, CEO of 3DISC Europe, said, "With our next-generation software and unique touch-screen interface, image acquisition, processing, and management have never been easier. Facilities can use the DICOM-compliant interface to download patient and exam information from a work list, which can be automatically matched, eliminating the need for data entry, or manually input patient and exam information. For facilities without a HIS, RIS, or PACS, a local database enables direct management of patients and studies—DICOM and non-DICOM images can be viewed on the same workstation they were acquired on."
Weldingh said the embedded viewing tool allows for immediate diagnosis and contains basic tools such as distance- and angle-measurements, drawings, and other features, and QuantorMed+ and QuantorVet+ are available in a variety of languages. Users can complete their imaging software solution with an optional advanced viewer module—the QuantorView—allowing them to view images via a network or the Internet, and send them in DICOM format directly from the imaging software into QuantorView.