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IVUS/OCT Analysis Software

May 2013
Pie Medical Imaging BVRequest Info
MAASTRICHT, Netherlands, Feb. 18, 2013 — Pie Medical Imaging BV has released its CAAS IntraVascular software for analysis of intravascular ultrasound (IVUS) and optical coherence tomography (OCT) data in a clinical setting.

The cardiovascular quantification and visualization software was developed to respond to the growing demand for intravascular image analysis and was designed to optimize clinical work flow. It facilitates fast data transfer from the console or PACS for quick and reliable analysis and “on the fly” reporting.

It offers automatic contour detection and fast contour editing and creates a patient report that can be customized with additional screenshots and comments. The work flow assistant and the connectivity to PACS and the acquisition console make it easy to use.


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