Johns Hopkins selects Digisonics for cardiac study

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The Coronary Artery Risk Development in Young Adults (CARDIA) study performed at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore will utilize Digisonics’ DigiView Image Management and Reporting System to record study data.

The study will investigate how lifestyle decisions affect cardiovascular disease in young adults.

The Houston-based Digisonics said the DigiView system features quantification capabilities, a clinical database and PACS image archive and interface capacity for video-to-digital conversion using VCRs and DVDs.

In addition, Johns Hopkins will use DigiView Search software to mine and locate study data, according to the company.