IMAGE-COM* Measurements offer a huge number of offline measurements. DICOM SRs from US carts are automatically imported into a comprehensive worksheet for easy comparison, re-measuring and export. Findings can easily be transferred to report or EMR/HIS and are available for later data mining and further analysis.
Export of multiple findings can be selected individually according to average, lowest, highest, first or last. Conformity to common guidelines as well as comparison to norm values is given.
Import from modality, re-measurement, manage and export of all your findings
SEMI-AUTOMATED STANDARD MEASUREMENTS*
Complete echocardiographic measurement package with labeled M-Mode, Doppler and 2D measurements
Comprehensive vascular measurement package with labeled measurements for all major vessels
Measurement package with a comprehensive range of 2D, M-Mode and Doppler pediatric measurements
Clinically relevant and guideline conform cardiac measurements semi-automated by AI driven algorithms
Re-measurement of complete studies
All measurements, including measurements imported from US systems, are summarized in the Worksheet
Link between measurement and image: one click to get from the measurement to the image
Up to five values for each measurement parameter with individual selection of the final value according to average, first, last, minimum or maximum
Manual or automated measurement export in several formats: DICOM Structured Report: TID5200, TID5100, TID5220, TID3202, TID3213; EPICXML; XML
Generic measurements such as distance, area, time, acceleration/ deceleration, VTI, velocity
Generic measurements can be assigned to a specific measurement value in a later stage
TOMTEC offers me the opportunity to analyse measurements in a second step at a workstation and document them thanks to an easy report creation. That saves a lot of time, from which the patients will benefit. ... I especially appreciate the intuitive handling – measurements can be realized in such a simple way and can be automatically transferred in the report.
PD Dr. Christoph Sinning, University Heart Center Hamburg, Germany