Technology | October 19, 2011

Siemens Showcases Advanced Visualization Capability at RSNA 2011

At RSNA 2011, Siemens will showcase its two newest groundbreaking Imaging IT solutions, syngo.via* and syngo.plaza, representing the next generation of advanced visualization and agile PACS technologies that deliver cutting-edge functionalities to the clinical routine.

With syngo.via, Siemens’ imaging software for multimodality reading of clinical cases, the company is placing special focus on reading efficiency through automated case preparation and structured case navigation across multiple specialties, including cardiology, oncology and neurology. Because syngo.via enables physicians to effortlessly access state-of-the-art advanced visualization tools across the clinical spectrum, the solution stands as an important milestone toward improving workflow efficiency and diagnostic confidence levels.

While syngo.via has been designed to integrate with existing PACS and Radiology Information Systems (RIS) of all major vendors, Siemens’ innovative client-server technology incentivizes clinicians to use the software in conjunction with the syngo.plaza PACS solution, where users are presented with direct, no-click access between the two technologies and a unified user-interface for faster reading.

As the first PACS from Siemens where 2D, 3D and 4D reading come together in one place, syngo.plaza is helping change the way multimodality images are read today. syngo.plaza also offers two viewing modes for users: a pre-configured intuitive interface as well as a customizable option that allows users to define and use the layouts they prefer, helping to streamline the reading workflow and eliminate time wasted adjusting to strictly one-size-fits-all PACS technologies.

Visitors will also be able to experience the latest developments in Siemens’ entire syngo portfolio for Imaging IT, including syngo CAD applications, syngo Imaging, syngo Workflow and syngo Dynamics.

* syngo.via can be used as a standalone device or together with a variety of syngo.via-based software options, which are medical devices in their own rights. The product and the syngo.via based software options are pending in some countries along with the necessary releases and thus are not yet available for sales in all countries, e.g., Brazil.

 

For more information: www.medical.siemens.com

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