Technology | March 20, 2007

Powerful Suite of Clinical Applications for CT Analysis

Voxar 3-D 6.1 visualization and analysis software incorporates a suite of clinical applications for CT cardiac analysis. Voxar 3-D Enterprise is designed to deliver hospital-wide access to advanced visualization inside the radiology reading room and throughout the enterprise.

The Voxar 3-D 6.1 comes with a suite of optional clinical applications. One of these is Voxar 3-D Cardiametrix, an application for structural and functional analysis of CT cardiac images. Cardiametrix provides a reading methodology for cardiac 4-D analysis, coronary vessel analysis, left ventricular analysis and calcium scoring. The application incorporates many automated tasks to increase the speed of reading and analyzing, including automatic heart and aortic route extraction, automatic contour detection and the ability to automatically segment the entire coronary tree. It makes it possible for physicians to read and report a full cardiac work-up in less than 10 minutes.

Voxar 3-D Enterprise, a solution that delivers access to advanced visualization within the radiology reading room and throughout the enterprise, takes advantage of client-server technology and commonly available high-performance graphics cards.

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