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Perennity DICOM

Perennity DICOM edition

Moving from film to CD, DVD and BluRay

A powerful solution to automate Patient DISC & USB recording and printing. Integrates with any DICOM viewer.

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Perennity DICOM <h1>Perennity DICOM edition</h1> <h2>Moving from film to CD, DVD and BluRay</h2> <div class="gauche"> <p>Perennity DICOM offers a turnkey solution for the medical industry to output examination data from any DICOM compliant modality or PACS to CD, DVD and BluRay. It substantially reduces production costs compared to traditional film. Any DICOM viewer can be added to the disc to display and manipulate the DICOM images.</p> <p>Perennity uses CD/DVD autoloaders (robots) to automate the production, and at the same time personalizes the media with a custom label. Any information can be printed on top of the CD/DVD: patient name and identifier, date and time, list of studies, etc. Of course you can also add logos and pictures to the printout, or even thumbnails of included images.</p> </div> <div class="droite"> <p>Once processed, you may decide to keep all DICOM images for archiving purposes. Images can be stored on large capacity RAID systems or long term archive storage solutions (e.g. CAS, BluRay libraries). You will be able to query and retrieve studies stored in the Perennity archive using any DICOM workstation searching by patient, study,...</p> <p>Perennity DICOM edition is one of the most affordable solutions of its kind available in the market today. It offers all the functionality - Patient CD, Image Archiving &amp; Upload - of competing products at just a fraction of the cost.</p> </div> <div class="how"> <h3>How it works ?</h3> <img style="float: left;" src="http://www.perennitysoft.com/images/pry_dicom_hiw.jpg" alt="" /> <div id="white"><strong>Patient CD Production<br /> Dicom Image Archiving<br /> Automated operation<br /> Cost effective</strong></div> <div style="clear: both;"> </div> </div> <div class="features"> <h4>Features &amp; Benefits</h4> <ul> <li>All-in-One solution</li> <li>Limited investment</li> <li>Use any DICOM Viewer</li> <li>Attended or Unattended job submission</li> <li>Easy operation</li> <li>DICOM &amp; IHE PDI compliant</li> <li>Mutilingual: English, French, Spanish, German, Brazilian Portuguese, Dutch &amp; Simplified Chinese</li> </ul> </div>
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Perennity DICOM edition

Moving from film to CD, DVD and BluRay

Perennity DICOM offers a turnkey solution for the medical industry to output examination data from any DICOM compliant modality or PACS to CD, DVD and BluRay. It substantially reduces production costs compared to traditional film. Any DICOM viewer can be added to the disc to display and manipulate the DICOM images.

Perennity uses CD/DVD autoloaders (robots) to automate the production, and at the same time personalizes the media with a custom label. Any information can be printed on top of the CD/DVD: patient name and identifier, date and time, list of studies, etc. Of course you can also add logos and pictures to the printout, or even thumbnails of included images.

Once processed, you may decide to keep all DICOM images for archiving purposes. Images can be stored on large capacity RAID systems or long term archive storage solutions (e.g. CAS, BluRay libraries). You will be able to query and retrieve studies stored in the Perennity archive using any DICOM workstation searching by patient, study,...

Perennity DICOM edition is one of the most affordable solutions of its kind available in the market today. It offers all the functionality - Patient CD, Image Archiving & Upload - of competing products at just a fraction of the cost.

How it works ?

Patient CD Production
Dicom Image Archiving
Automated operation
Cost effective
 

Features & Benefits

  • All-in-One solution
  • Limited investment
  • Use any DICOM Viewer
  • Attended or Unattended job submission
  • Easy operation
  • DICOM & IHE PDI compliant
  • Mutilingual: English, French, Spanish, German, Brazilian Portuguese, Dutch & Simplified Chinese

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X-RAY DEPARTMENT MODERNISES ITS SERVICES WITH EPSON DISCPRODUCER

Garden City Clinic’s X-ray deparment modernises its services with the Epson PP-100 Discproducer

Dr de Villiers and Partners, a privately owned radiology practice at Johannesburg’s Netcare Garden City Clinic, traditionally produced conventional X-ray films for its patients, accompanied by typewritten reports detailing their analysis.

Processing X-ray films entailed processing plates and producing films, an expensive process that included the use of chemicals, creating chemical waste that needed to be carefully disposed of.

This was also a time-consuming process, which often left patients waiting for their X-ray results. The practice sought a more time-efficient and cost-effective way to present its X-ray findings to patients.


Epson provides the solution
The practice consulted with Stephen Havvas of Africa X-Ray Industrial and Medical (AXIM), who collaborated with Intellistor, an Epson specialist distributor to offer the best solution for the practice’s needs, as it moved from traditional radiography to digital radiography.


Digital radiography uses digital X-ray sensors to produce digital images that are much safer for patients, as less radiation is required to achieve a meaningful image. These images are taken and are processed far more
quickly than by using traditional methods, in a highly cost-effective manner. The radiologist simply writes the images and an electronic X-ray report onto a CD using the Epson PP-100 Discproducer.


“We recommended the Epson PP-100 Discproducer for this niche medical practice because of its cost-effective output and efficiency, and it requires virtually no after-sales support,” says Havvas.


“Typically, the Epson PP-100 Discproducer is used in marketing or reproduction environments where multiple copies of data need to be written onto a disc quickly and cost-effectively. However, this device has demonstrated that it is the perfect solution for radiology practices – and indeed other medical practices that need to produce images and reports – because it is easy to use and maintain, can handle high production
volumes, and stands clearly ahead of any other device in this product sector in terms of running costs and performance."

 

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