March 19, 2009 - Digisonics will showcase their new DigiView Cath package with its imaging and reporting capabilites for the first time at the ACC 2009 meeting in Orlando, FL at booth #1773.
DigiView Image Management & Reporting System is a vendor-neutral cardiac PACS with standards-based, multimodality reporting and a single database. The newly introduced Cath module interfaces with patient registration, hemodynamics and radiographic systems, helping to ensure a seamless workflow. DigiView’s reportedly robust database allows users to quickly derive valuable departmental statistics for accreditation and research purposes including extraction of ACC NCDR-compliant data sets.
DigiView’s flexible tools include an integrated, touch sensitive screen and drawing pen that allow physicians to quickly identify and label the location of stenosis, stents and clots on the customizable coronary diagrams. Physicians can use their own preferred coronary artery map, or the system-provided left-dominant and right-dominant maps. Beyond annotation of coronary diagrams, the system also provides quantitative coronary artery analysis with automatic edge detection.
Upon finalization, cardiac cath reports can be automatically transmitted to an integrated EMR/EHR, HIS, RIS and/or PACS system.
With DigiNet Pro, users will have fully functional remote access to the complete cardiovascular image management and reporting system, including the new cath capabilities, from virtually anywhere at anytime via the Web.
For more information: www.digison.net