Interactive Pen Offers Intuitive Way to Document Notes on Images

 

April 1, 2008

April 1, 2008 - Wacom featured its new DTZ-2100 interactive pen at ACC 2008.

The DTZ-2100 is designed for working directly on screen, providing an intuitive way to document conditions, treatments and procedures for planning or educational purposes. Clinicians can annotate over digital medical images, contour directly on CT slices, select specific regions of interest and take measurements of complex objects. The large, high-resolution display reportedly provides image detail and easy viewability.

The DTZ-2100 aims to increase productivity and accuracy in radiation treatment planning, microscopy, cardiovascular information systems, electronic medical records and RIS/PACS.

For more information: www.wacom.com

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