NAI Tech Products highlighted its streaming video, DICOM integration and image management suite at the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) annual meeting in Chicago, Nov. 30 through Dec. 4.
MDR Video captures high-resolution streaming video clips in standard and proprietary formats from a wide range of modalities, records them in DICOM and sends them to PACS for storage on DVD/CD or USB media, according to the company. The system can be used with c-arms, x-ray fluoroscopy, angiography, ultrasound, endoscopy and vascular imaging systems and communications in a range of clinical applications.
NAI Tech Director of Global Sales and Marketing Robert Neary plugged the system as “the first truly portable system that can write labels.”
MDR Video RP records high-resolution streaming video to CD or DVD media in a DICOM format with automatic full color label printing.
MDR Express transfers DICOM format images from any modality, workstation or PACS to DVD, CDR or USB media. It burns DICOM images in their original digital format from up to four devices for off-line review, treatment planning, referrals, patient communication and archiving. MDR Express RP transfers DICOM format images directly to CD or DVD media with automatic, full color label printing. It features a DICOM viewer to enable images to be viewed on any Windows PC.