iCAD introduces products, lease

November 6, 2002

In a flurry of activity, iCAD of Hudson, NH, has introduced a new version of its mammography computer-aided detection system, MammoReader II, a leasing program to promote its acquisition, and new CAD software. With two mammographic digitizers and a

In a flurry of activity, iCAD of Hudson, NH, has introduced a new version of its mammography computer-aided detection system, MammoReader II, a leasing program to promote its acquisition, and new CAD software. With two mammographic digitizers and a high-speed, dual-processor computer workstation, MammoReader II can process up to 39 breast cancer screening cases per hour. The new system, which includes an integrated Scanner/Analyzer Workstation with a backlit review panel, is available through Instrumentarium Imaging, the exclusive U.S. distributor for iCAD breast cancer detection products. It can be acquired under a CADLease operating program, which allows reduced payments during the first year of the lease to provide customers time to build revenue from its use. The company has also released a new version of its CAD software that cuts by 25% the time needed to digitize and analyze groups of mammograms. The new release also allows users to automatically print CAD results for distribution and review in hard-copy form.