News | August 17, 2008

New ProSolv Cardiovascular 4.0 Web-Based Image Viewing Software Released

August 18, 2008 - ProSolv CardioVascular, a FUJIFILM company, today released ProSolv CardioVascular 4.0, a new software release featuring a Web-based application for full viewing and reporting capabilities using Web communication protocols, secured via SSL, in addition to a Web URL single-click application download and installation for easier deployment.

Other enhancements include new advanced clinical tools to further aid the diagnostic process, and the full integration to FUJIFILM Medical Systems’ Synapse PACS.

The company said the Web-based functionality delivered in ProSolv CardioVascular 4.0 will enable all cardiac modalities to be merged into a single system for a single point of access anywhere.

A number of new clinical reporting features are included in ProSolv CardioVascular 4.0. An echocardiography, pediatric echo reporting and a Z-score module have been added so users can easily report more than 40 pediatric measurements and calculations against the normal ranges and Z-scores. For nuclear cardiology, Invia 4DM-spect version 5.2 is now supported, offering features like saved state. Other new features and enhancements introduced in ProSolv CardioVascular 4.0 include a new default echo measurement analysis package, improvements to ProSolv CardioVascular’s coronary tree functionality, and resting ECG management, including holter monitoring support delivered by ProSolv CardioVascular's OpenECG Module, powered by Epiphany.

Rounding out the new features in ProSolv CardioVascular 4.0 is the seamless integration of FUJIFILM’s Synapse PACS radiology application, enabling all ProSolv cardiology users to access a patient’s complete radiology data from one workstation, with a single sign-on and familiar user interface.

ProSolv CardioVascular 4.0 is immediately available in the U.S.

For more information: www.prosolv.com

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