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EMED releases new MultiView Standard

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EMED releases new MultiView StandardSan Antonio, TX-based EMED has upgraded its free MultiView Standard teleradiology software package. The new version, MultiView Standard 3.0, is based on Windows 95 and includes two new X-tensions, including

EMED releases new MultiView Standard

San Antonio, TX-based EMED has upgraded its free MultiView Standard teleradiology software package. The new version, MultiView Standard 3.0, is based on Windows 95 and includes two new X-tensions, including Wavelet X-tension, which cuts image transmission time from 15 minutes to roughly three to five minutes using wavelet compression, according to the company.

Another new X-tension, Outbox X-tension, allows users to call in and retrieve scanned and frame-grabbed images. Other new features include the ability to take measurements of images on-screen through a measurement tool and a dynamic push-button tool that allows zooming from 1K to 2K, according to the company. The new version of the software will be available Nov. 1.

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