Epsilon Unveils Visualization, Analysis With Expanded, Auto Measurements for Echo
Epsilon Imaging Inc. has expanded its EchoInsight automated measurement suite for improved analysis and interpretation in echo. This expanded feature suite includes automated linear, area and volumetric measurements designed to save time and improve standardization in echo analysis. Developed specifically for the clinical environment, EchoInsight is vendor-neutral and now includes an automated measurement suite, practical application-specific strain imaging, and rapid study comparison and trending for comprehensive assessment and patient monitoring in echo.
By assisting clinicians to quickly and easily integrate strain imaging into the clinical environment, EchoInsight enables improved analysis and interpretation of studies. EchoInsight provides intuitive features and clinically-specific applications with straightforward information to improve confidence in echo assessment. The platform offers customized integration to healthcare IT as a digital imaging and communications in medicine (DICOM) compliant platform, along with premier customer support.
Standard features include automated processing, rapid review and study comparison, efficient endocardial border tracing, intuitive visualization and analysis, click-of-a-button wall motion assessment, automated measurement suite based on guidelines and concise, visual-based reporting with picture archive and communication system (PACS) archival ability.
Clinical applications include:
- EchoInsight for Stress Echo with rapid rest-stress study comparison, and global and regional wall and chamber function analysis based on strain and ejection fraction (EF).
- EchoInsight for Cardio Oncology with rapid serial study comparison, and global and regional longitudinal strain and EF trending with percent change from baseline.
- EchoInsight for RV with rapid serial comparison, global and regional longitudinal strain and fractional area change (FAC) analysis and trending, and tricuspid annular plane systolic excursion (TAPSE) and S’ measurements.
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