News | June 16, 2008

Visage to Show Thin Client Server with Cardiac Analysis Option at SCCT 2008

June 17, 2008 - Visage Imaging will present the Visage Thin Client product family featuring advanced tools for Cardiac CT and CT/MR angiography, at the 3rd Annual Scientific Meeting of the Society of Cardiovascular Computed Tomography (SCCT) 2008, to be held July 16-17 in Orlando, Florida.

Visage Imaging’s Thin Client solutions are designed to optimize the entire diagnostic workflow and enable cardiologists and radiologists to access original images and cardiac CT studies on any standard PC throughout the entire hospital network. Visage CS Cardiac Analysis features new tools such as calcium scoring, semiautomatic segmentation of myocard, improved automatic segmentation of the left ventricle, as well as optimized editing of the left ventricle model in multiple phases. The Visage CS Cardiac Analysis solution allows viewing and post processing of even the largest multiphase cardiac CT studies by taking advantage of its unique thin-client technology.

At SCCT, Visage Imaging will demonstrate the upcoming release of Visage CS Thin Client/Server, covering advanced features for CT and MR angiography such as optimized vessel analysis workflow and multi-phase data analysis for angiography. Improved features include improved manual editing of vessel and bone segmentations as well as powerful semi-automatic tools for bone removal. Visage CS Thin Client platform is said to provide direct access to imaging data reportedly anywhere throughout the hospital enterprise, thus allowing for fast display and processing even of the largest studies.

“Our completely integrated Visage CS solution offers advanced clinical applications and supports multiple modalities, from X-ray to PET/CT and cardiac CT,” said Marcelo Lima, president of Visage Imaging. “The Visage platform is fully scalable, and delivers unmatched performance levels as well as efficient remote processing on any client inside or outside the hospital network.”

For more information: www.visageimaging.com

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