Claron Technology is displaying its Nil family of zero-footprint medical viewers at the China International Medical Equipment Fair (CMEF), currently underway in Shenzhen, China, April 17 to 20.
Nilread viewers are compatible with any Windows, Apple, or Linux computers as well as smartphones, tablets, and mobile devices. The technology enables high-resolution, diagnostic-quality medical images and data formats without a software download, along with PACS capabilities such as customizable hanging protocols and prior-current comparison. The units supports single and multi-monitor configurations while allowing DICOM and non-DICOM viewing. The technology supports full XDS IHE profile, including comprehensive HL7 CDA documents.
“NilRead’s zero-footprint technology can provide the foundation for a uniquely cost-effective cloud-based PACS,” said Reuven Soraya, vice-president of sales and marketing for Claron. “The versatile viewer will interface with any EMR, RIS, and archive, supporting a broad hospital-wide IT system. Its advanced visualization includes thin/thick slabs, MIP, and volume rendering. Dedicated viewing protocols are even available for nuclear medicine and enhanced MR and CT, enabling use for virtually any imaging exam.”
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