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Merge eFilm Workstation

Merge eFilm Workstation is a stand-alone workstation solution to view, distribute and manage DICOM studies. eFilm Workstation allows users to have a full diagnostic quality workstation, dedicated CD/DVD burning, DICOM printing and an image review station in a low cost and high content solution that is scalable to any organization.

SPECIFICATIONS

New with eFilm Workstation 4.2.2:

  • 4.2.2 Includes many minor fixes to improve performance for faster image scrolling
  • Auto-routing of studies included
  • Image compression when sending studies
  • Ability to connect to other eFilm 4.X workstations securely without a VPN
  • Gray Scale Presentation State (GSPS) support for Key Images
  • SUV for PET/CT Included

User Login/Authentication:

  • Identifying the user to the system allows eFilm to retrieve user-specific profile information and provides a mechanism to meet HIPAA requirements regarding information access.

PET/CT Image Display:

  • Fused PET and CT images from the same study can be viewed, permitting visualization of functional PET data combined with anatomical CT data.

Pixel-for-Pixel Zoom:

  • Provides the option to display the image at full resolution with no interpolation.

True-sized Printing:

  • User can specify a scale factor that will result in true-sized DICOM printing, needed for orthopedic templating when using acetate templates.

MPR:

  • MPR Reconstruct a cross-sectional image in any plane from CT or MR data
  • View real-time reconstruction in any orthogonal or oblique plane with exquisite image quality
  • Use MPR plane to generate slabs of arbitrary thickness via MIP
  • Automatically creates a new series
  • Stack through the reformatted images as you would any other series; view each slice’s relative position on the source image

User Profiles:

  • Create unique user profiles based on user name
  • Save multiple user profiles on a given workstation to allow users to easily launch their preferred toolbar configurations, window and level presets, layout presets and more

3D/Volume Rendering Preview slices and select particular images for inclusion (or exclusion) from volume reconstruction:

  • Adjust interpolation to suit processor speeds
  • Colour mapping opacity setting options
  • IMPORTANT: To support optimal clinical visualization, the user must deploy a colour monitor and a video card that fully supports Microsoft DirectX 8.1 or greater. In the absence of the DirectX 8.1 video card, Volume Rendering functionality and performance will be lower than optimal.
  • View structures or organs as a whole (versus slices)

DICOM Printing:

  • Print to a large variety of printers
  • Send a manufacturer-specific string to the printer, via the DICOM print configuration, for specifying a particular Look Up Table at the printer

Customizable Toolbars:

  • Customizable Toolbars Display only the tools needed when viewing various types of studies such as CR or MR
  • Access needed tools quickly for increased efficiency
  • Change the size of the icons on screen
  • Invoke auto-hide feature to hide tools when not actively using them, maximizing use of diagnostic screen space
  • Set up keystroke combinations to perform toolbar functions

Integrated CD & DVD Creation:

  • Burn CDs or DVDs directly from the eFilm Workstation application
  • Burn a ‘lite’ version CD or DVD of eFilm Workstation to use as a portable viewer using the integrated DICOMDIR support feature
  • Compliant with IHE Portable Data Interchange (PDI)
  • Burn non DICOM Files to CD, and DVDs

Intuitive GUI:

  • Customize toolbars per modality
  • Save user settings in a user profile
  • Work more accurately with dynamic distance display, mouse-over recognition and an alternating colour scheme that make measurement lines much easier to read

Mouse Support:

  • Accelerate productivity with a mouse configuration that allows users to use a variety of mouse hardware
  • Assign right and left mouse click functions to different mouse or trackball buttons
  • “Lock” a mouse or trackball button for common operations such as stacking and windowing; once the button is locked, the operation can be performed without requiring sustained button depression
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