Diagnostic Imaging

Efficient study review

TOMTEC’s solutions have been designed with the needs of a busy cardiovascular laboratory in mind. With the ability to quickly retrieve and navigate through studies, clinicians are now able to efficiently interpret patient data, while having access to all relevant clinical tools. Our software enables clinicians to review images from all diagnostic modalities, including previous studies to cross-examine clinically warranted findings. All measurements that are performed on the cart are imported and populated to worksheets or reports.
In addition, the user has the ability to perform any echo, vascular or cath lab measurements offline. Both the tools for clinical practice and advanced analysis are vendor-neutral and seamlessly integrated into your workflow.


Clinical Areas


Outpatient clinics to detect functional or structural disorders

  • Heart Failure
  • Coronary Artery Disease
  • Congenital Heart Disease
  • Valvular Disease

Clinical Needs


Multimodality image review (US/Cath..)

  • Automatic measurement import from all imaging devices
  • Offline measurements (Echo, Vascular, XA)
  • Review of prior studies

All Diagnostic Imaging Applications

IMAGE-COM

2D and 3D multimodality image viewer with automated measurements and access to advanced quantification

CARDIAC MEASUREMENTS

Complete echocardiographic measurement package with labeled M-mode, Doppler and 2D measurements

VASCULAR MEASUREMENTS

Comprehensive vascular measurement package with labeled measurements for all major vessels

ECHO-COM

Solution to review and analyze exercise and pharmaceutical stress echo studies

Cath-QCA

Clinical solution for quantitative coronary analysis based on an automated contour detection of coronary angiograms

DSA

Enhanced display of peripheral vessels with automatic image summation over time and compensation of motion artifacts

REPORTING

TOMTEC’s structured reporting solution to generate professional reports in a quick and intuitive way: Echo Reporting (TTE, TEE, Stress Echo) and Vascular Reporting