Comprehensive image-review and measurements. IMAGE-COM1 is an established DICOM viewer for ultrasound (US) and X-ray Angiography (XA) examinations. Prior studies can easily be compared with current examinations and simultaneously displayed with US, XA and IVUS, IVOCT/OCT and NM examinations. IMAGE-COM provides a comprehensive feature set for review of still images and image sequences.
IMAGE-COM offers a vast number of offline measurements. The IMAGE-COM measurement modules provide measurement capabilities for echocardiography and vascular examinations, and for X-Ray angiographic images. IMAGE-COM has been developed to speed up your workflow in the daily routine.
Fast access (data available in one click), mainly focused for routine monitoring. A study can be reviewed with various functions like different screen tiles, zoom, flip, rotate etc.
More efficient use of your ultrasound machines by image acquisition with modality and measuring in IMAGE-COM.
Better traceability and transparency of the measurements through a link between each measurement and the corresponding image.
Multi modality viewer
Vendor neutral 3D/4D MPR viewer
All TOMTEC applications can be launched from IMAGE-COM
Side-by-side comparison (US, XA, NM, IVUS, IVOCT)
Complete review of secondary studies and quick acess to prior finalized reports
AVI, BMP, JPEG or DCM export
“DSA” digital subtraction angiography
Filter on thumbnails preview (2D, 3D, SR, PDF, Bookmark)
Dual monitor setup capability (combined with Reporting)
Ultrasound (US) and X-Ray Angiography (XA)
Automated US measurement value import
XA viewer with biplane imaging support, display of ECG, acquisition angles
Smart link between measurement and image
Images and worksheet on different monitors
Workflow support through measurement tools
up to five values for each parameter
avg, first, last, min, max selection
XA analysis for Coronary Stenosis
Quantification and Left Ventricle Analysis (auto/manual)
Measurement export in different formats (auto/manual)
Cardiovascular measurement packages for 2D echo, M-Mode and Doppler studies