PACS Systems - Medical Imaging Software
Xmaru VR-PACS Complete PACS System
This complete PACS system offers a variety on standard console features which are fully outlined in the PDF. System includes:
- Rayence VR-PACS Software
- 4 Web Viewers
- 1 year Software and Technical
- 3 year System an Monitor
- Extended Warranty Available
- Available in Mini-PACS Format
- Available in Server Format
CloudBank™ is a cloud-based, secure, off-site, digital medical data center that automatically stores your CloudDR™ radiograph studies for long-term archival and recall. CloundBank™ act as an unlimited, seamlessly integrated, remote hard drive for the CloudDr™ acquisition appliance, so your digital radiography system can never be "full or lose data.
PACS Pro Basic
A simple, affordable, all-in-one intelligent archiving solution, PACS Pro integrates with any vendor's CR or DR to provide a seamless digital environment. This powerful combination is the one-stop, cost-saving and film-less solution for users to acquire, archive, view, distribute and manage DICOM images.
PACS Pro Standard RSVS Viewer
PACS Pro Standard RSVS Viewer is included with all Acquisition & Pacs Pro Solutions and can also be purchased separately for use on additional viewing workstations. For more information on this product, view the brochure for list of features and optional features.
Power PACS Archive Server
The PowerPACS Archive Server is a crucial component of a PACS solution because it is the central repository for DICOM images and related medical information. PowerPACS Archive Server can store, manage and retrieve millions of images - virtually eliminating the problems and expenses associated with traditional film and other forms of modality output by protecting against film loss or damage.
Power PACS DICOMmail
PowerPACS DICOMmail allows you to integrate processes across your organization through standard e-mail systems; access and share critical and protected images; facilitate better decision-making and improved clinical outcomes; offer more sophisticated, Internet-enabled, services and gain efficiency to better focus on the delivery of quality patient care.
Power PACS Orthopedics
Power PACS Orthopedics is the first affordable PC-based digital image system designed for orthopedic practices. This digital approach allows an orthopedic practice to remove the inefficiencies of traditional film and forget many of the tedious tasks such as developing, transporting, storing, and retrieving cumberson fimrs. With Power PACS for Orthopedics, everything is electronic and moves transparently through the office - at a fraction of the time and space it normally took - without all the chemicals and special accommodations.
Power PACS Web Server
Power PACs Web Server increases clinical productivity, enhances patient care, and reduces costs associated with conventional medical practices. PowerPACS Web Server is extremely efficient as a telerradiology application for on-call radiologists performing wet-reads. It is also an excellent solution to allow referring physicians to view patient images. Or, it can distribute full-fidelity DICOM images to diagnostic or clinical viewing stations.
PowerPACS Telerad Server
When onsite radiologists are not available, rapid delivery and response of critical patient data can stir up some frightening uncertainties for hospital personnel. During thos unexpected emergency situations, the PowerPACS Telerad server by RADinfo Systems guarantees transmission of DICOM patient images to an unlimited amount of ready radiologist outside of hospital walls, worldwide.
RADinfo Scan View System (RSVS)
The RSVS TeleRad Server receives images from any DICOM based modality or workstations before the images are manually or automatically sent to multiple destinations. Equipped with a Microsoft SQL Database, the RSVS TeleRad Server not only can provide short-term DICOM image storage but also automatically deliver image studies to remote workstations or radiologists' homes according to the configurable criteria. Radiologists can also query and retrieve DICOM image studies remotely from the RSVS TeleRad Server in the DICOM network.