syngo.plaza VB10

The next level of reading efficiency

At healthcare facilities across the globe, the Siemens PACS syngo.plaza delivers high-throughput reading, easy-to-manage IT, and the ultimate potential of the syngo platform.

Photo: The next level of reading efficiency
Photo: The next level of reading efficiency

The latest VB10 release is packed with new features designed to boost workflows even further. Take the Smart Read1 function, for example: It enables you to accelerate image access and loads only the data relevant for your reading task via easy-to-define rules. And because the system saves all images generated by the modalities, you can simply call up additional data for processing at a later stage.

But that’s not all: the VB10 release also includes high-quality functionality for mammography reading, even tighter alignment with syngo.via2, a central web-based administration portal1, and much more besides. To find out more about syngo.plaza, please visit http://www.siemens.com/syngo.plaza.


1Under development. Not available for sale in the U.S.

2syngo.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 right
 

18.08.2013

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