Sectra to show latest advancements in wide area radiology

At ECR 2010 in Vienna, Sectra focus on solutions for increased productivity. Sectra RIS/PACS is a performance solution for wide area radiology. Built on the latest Sectra RapidConnectTM technology, it allows radiologists to work from any location that offers reasonable Internet access and to share images and information between multiple locations with ease.

At ECR 2010, Sectra highlights product news that further strengthens Sectra’s cross-enterprise capabilities within radiology and mammography:

• Improved volume visualization functionality
Sectra focuses on communication and makes easy visualization available for everyone. Fully integrated into the PACS workstation and designed to increase review efficiency and result communication to the referring physicians in a quick and easy way.

• Launch of new diagnostic mammography workstation
Sectra now provides a mammography reading platform based on its new RapidConnect technology. This enables true remote reading and distributed collaboration also within mammography.

Accomplish more with Sectra MicroDose
Sectra will also showcase its digital mammography solution, Sectra MicroDose Mammography[1], featuring further enhanced performance for high-volume screening. Sectra MicroDose Mammography maximizes image quality and increases throughput at 50% of the radiation dose compared to other systems. Sectra MicroDose is the only system on the market using unique photon counting technology- by many considered to be the future of radiology.

Take a glimpse into Sectra R&D
Take the opportunity to have a glimpse into Sectra R&D where we, together with the Center for Medical Image Science and Visualization (CMIV), will showcase a a prototype of a virtual autopsy table featuring a multi-touch screen for advanced visualization leveraging Sectra’s patented image technology. We will also display images using breast tomosynthesis and single-shot spectral mammography – two new technologies with great potential for increased cancer detection.

Welcome to our booth at ECR in Vienna! You will find us in Foyer D, Booth 406.
 

18.02.2010

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