Technology | March 24, 2009

INFINITT North America Will Present New Cardiology PACS Solutions at ACC

March 24, 2009 - INFINITT North America announced today it will launch the INFINITT Cardiology PACS, a complete image management solution for the cardiology enterprise that provides image management software and image acquisition, storage, display and Web distribution devices.

INFINITT Cardiology PACS is a Web-based solution with smart clients, supporting cine CT and providing measurement tools for cath, echo, noninvasive vascular, ECG and CT 3D images. The dual-monitor configuration allows side-by-side comparison of images, viewing of images along with the report and thumbnail images that can be enlarged to full screen viewing. Reporting functions include a cardiac cath report template (coronary tree), echo report Template, noninvasive vascular report template, echo wall motion scoring and a report customization tool with electronic signature, eliminating dictation and transcription.

For XML-based ECG, the application will display, measure and print the ECG telemetry. Enhanced 2D/3D/4D processing improves diagnostic quality and productivity. The system is in full compliance with industrial standards (IHE, HL7, DICOM), enabling seamless integration into enterprise imaging solutions.

The company will also introduce the FDA-approval pending Xelis-Cardiac, a software module that can be added to an existing INFINITT PACS, providing cardiologists, vascular surgeons and other cardiovascular specialists with 2D and 3D viewing of cardiac images and specialized tools for coronary vessel analysis, cardiac functional analysis, calcium scoring and peripheral vessel probe.

Working off Infinitt's web-based PACS platform, Xelis-Cardiac provides anywhere, anytime accessibility to key images and worklists, plus single-click navigation of suspect areas and tools for planning intra-vascular procedures.

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