DeJarnette scores first European install

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DeJarnette Research Systems completed the first install of its dyseCT workflow engine at the St. Bartholomew and the London NHS Trust at the Royal London Hospital in Europe.

The installation took place in December 2007, and evaluation and validation has been ongoing from December through January.

The Towson, Md.-based DeJarnette said its dyseCT identifies procedure studies and modifies the DICOM modality worklist using a group procedure to replace the studies; analyzes CT images, associating them with an anatomical region separates the images in a multiple procedure study and associates the images with the orders; and it acts as a DICOM linear VOI LUT gateway for CT procedures.

The 675-bed Royal London Hospital is part of the Barts and the London NHS Trust, alongside St Bartholomew's Hospital.