Advanced Medical Imaging
Teleradiology & PACS a Winning Combination


MultiView teleradiology software offers an exciting, innovative way you can access the teleradiology systems currently installed in thousands of hospitals and imaging centers around the world.  With MultiView , you can use your personal computer to view scanned film, CT, MR, ultrasound, nuclear medicine and other medical images right from your home or office! Not only can MultiView save you time, it can also help you become more productive. MultView is available for Windows 95/98.

MultiView features include:

  • Annotation Support
  • Named Folders
  • Sending Capability
  • Cine Loop
  • Pseudo Color
  • Manipulate Images
  • Edge Enhancement
  • Disk Management
  • Easy Image Browsing
  • Demo Images
  • Multi-format image display
  • Tool Bar tips (MVS 3.0)
  • Append folder (MVS 3.0)
  • Full resolution/full image display (MVS 3.0)
  • Measure tool (MVS 3.0)

MultiView X-tensions

MultiView X-tensions add to the base features of MultiView teleradiology viewing software. This strategy lets you spend your teleradiology dollars where you need or want to by letting you pick and choose the features you want.

2K X-tension
2K X-tension enhances the image quality of MultiView Standard and adds tools which allow full resolution or full image display on standard computer displays in single and multiple image display. Images as large as 2 X 2.5K pixels can now be sent to stations with MultiView software. This includes the capability to view 12-bit images with JPEG and/or wavelet compression.

Outbox X-tension
With the Outbox X-tension, MultiView users are able to query a remote capture station and "pull" images into their personal computers and/or workstations. While MultiView allows you to receive sent images, the Outbox X-tension enables you to call in and download scanned or framegrabbed images. Since the action is initiated at the receive site, there is no longer a need for personnel to be on hand at the hospital or radiology group to send images. Images may be retrieved from any computer, workstation, scanstation or direct video capture unit which also has the Outbox X-tension.

Wavelet X-tension
Wavelet X-tension enables you to receive images at an incredibly fast rate. Images that previously took over an hour, may now be transmitted and received in 10-15 minutes. With the Wavelet X-tension, you may receive wavelet compressed images and save them as either compressed or decompressed.

PACS/DX ViewStation
  • Single Monitor (Up to 1600 x 1200 Resolution)
  • Single or Dual Monitor (1200 x 1600 & 1700 x 2300 Resolution)

The PACS/DX ViewStation is a DICOM 3.0 compliant, Windows NT-based application which gives physicians the capability to receive, view, enhance, and manipulate patient images in user-defined layout formats. ViewStations are specifically intended for review of images by referring physicians or clinicians. They are often placed in clinical environments such as ICU, providing nurses and clinicians with immediate access to 1K and 2K images.

The PACS/DX ViewStation is also a cost-effective viewing platform for advanced teleradiology applications and central read. Users may select images by patient name from the local database or by querying the central server by patient name, patient identification number, or study identification number. Once a patient folder is selected, the user has the option of restricting the query to a specific modality or time-span.

The ViewStation software communicates via any standard LAN/WAN interface. An on-line help feature is also available.

Key Benefits

  • Windows NT platform
  • Selectable layout format (single, compare, user-defined multi-format)
  • Shrink-to-fit image display option
  • Display at true resolution and pan
  • Scroll images in multiple format mode by image, row, or page
  • Tools to invert, rotate, and flip images
  • Magnification (pixel interpolation on images displayed at true resolution, zoom to true resolution on uncropped [shrink-to-fit] images)
  • Measurement tool (easily calibrated by user without requiring keyboard entry)
  • Image enhancement (option with unsharp masking and five different preset image convolutions [definable custom convolution])
  • Window/Level for 8- and 12-bit images with user defined preset window/level settings
  • Pseudo color
  • Test patterns for monitor adjustments
  • Storage, query retrieval and display of images
  • Context sensitive on-line help

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