Digisonics CVIS Provides a More Efficient Nuclear Workflow
The Digisonics Cardiovascular Information System provides a comprehensive solution for image review and structured reporting of nuclear studies.
Advanced Nuclear Image Analysis
A single click launches the INVIA Corridor 4DM application directly from the Digisonics cardiovascular information system (CVIS) workstation for advanced nuclear image analysis. Developed at the University of Michigan, Corridor 4DM provides robust nuclear cardiology quantification via result and image displays. The inclusion of basal plane motion provides more accurate quantitative measurements, resulting in improved detection of coronary artery disease. Corridor 4DM is a comprehensive solution for nuclear physicians and technologists. Its integrated workflow includes quality assurance measures, quantification of myocardial perfusion and blood pool studies and multiple review screens. Nuclear Images processed in Corridor 4DM are stored back into the Digisonics CVIS for review.
Structured Reporting for Nuclear Studies
Users can setup customized summary comments and macros within the Digisonics CVIS, enabling them to quickly document their findings in a concise, structured nuclear report. Nuclear images and bull’s-eye diagrams can be embedded directly in the structured report. The finalized report is stored in a central database for fast comparison of a patient’s studies across all cardiovascular modalities.
Nuclear study types include but are not limited to:
- Myocardial Perfusion SPECT
- Gated MUGA
- Gated Rest/Stress
- SPECT/CTA Fusion