Improve Medical Imaging with PACS &Teleradiology;
Over the years, PACS/RIS have become commonly used imaging technologies by radiologists. They are being used nearly in all fields of medicine to see the interior of body for accurate diagnosis. They help radiologists with full clinical solution and access complete information about each and every patient. They are designed to improve the report turn-around time and reduce operating costs by minimizing the wait time of doctors. Most importantly, they enhance the quality of clinical care by providing advanced image analysis options before medical professionals. They are flexible and scalable solutions that help users manage complex image data.
PACS Systems are used for a variety of medical imaging purposes. They are used in X-rays-the earliest form of imaging. An X-ray is a very common imaging method which helps doctors to find the broken bones with clear and vivid pictures. It can detect other abnormalities in the body, but it will not display them as clear as CT and MRI scan can do.Â Apart from this, radiologist use PACS for CT scan, which is a form of computed tomography used to help doctors understand a patient's health. CT scan is the most often used to diagnose the brain. It is commonly prescribed when someone has suffered a serious head trauma. Medical professionals commonly use the above imaging systems for other types of images like MRI, Ultrasound, EKG (Electrocardiography) etc.google_ad_channel = "7940249670, " + AB_cat_channel + AB_unit_channel; google_language = "en"; google_ad_region = 'test';