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View Pro XNM

Advanced Nuclear Medicine/PET Display Software

Nuclear Medicine/ PET for PACS

Hospitals are investing large amounts of money and personnel to bring PACS systems on line. Their plan is to use the PACS to bring together all image modalities for archival and review. Software sufficient for Nuclear Medicine/ PET review has been historically non existent on the PACS.

Hospitals have an immediate need for a PACS system that will allow a user to easily handle dynamic and volume SPECT nuclear medicine data sets. And, as more PET and combo PET/CT systems are installed, there is also a growing need to handle some of the more modality specific functions, like SUV (standard uptake values) and blended PET/CT images.

Rogan's proven review software package for nuclear medicine and PET addresses the needs of the hospital. When placed on the PACS workstation, ViewPro XNM eliminates the need for an independent nuclear reading station and becomes an integral part to the radiologist's daily workflow for reading NM/ PET studies.

With ViewPro XNM, the clinician has seamless and immediate access to all nuclear data stored on the PACS. CT, MR, and CR examinations can be displayed simultaneously with nuclear images for comparison analysis. All NM/ PET can be displayed and manipulated with user selectable color palettes, contrast adjustments and many other tools designed specifically for the needs of the modality.

Multi-Modality Review

Now you don't have to learn a different program for every manufacturer or modality. ViewPro XNM displays image volumes from DICOM PET, ECAT PET, SPECT, PET/CT, CT, and MRI by providing one review station for all.

Graphical User Interface

Intuitive design makes ViewPro XNM easy to learn and use, greatly increasing efficiency and throughput.

Fusion Displays

Get the most out of your dual acquisition data with synchronized display of aligned images. Adjust contrast and color of each image independently or control the mix between the two images. Contrast and brightness presets for different organs and modalities.

Variety of Input Sources

Be assured of access to all image data: old and new. Load images from any DICOM compliant device, CD or local storage device. Support is also available for legacy/ non-DICOM formats.

Layout choices

Versatile, yet simple. Choose layouts that fit your review methodology on your laptop or wide screen. Windowing between dual monitors is seamless and smart.

Expert Tools

All the tools are at your fingertips, but not in your way. On-demand corner controls leave more real estate for images. Tools include an on-screen ruler, magnifying glass, profile and ROI tools with SUV calculation.

Marketing Power

Educate and inform while you market your expertise. Burn patient images to a DICOM CD. Good for consultations, patients and family review, or referring physicians.

One-to-One Support

Superior customer service that includes: on line and on site training, rapid response to technical support issues and the timely release of customer driven product enhancements.

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