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InfiMed debuts cardiac software

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InfiMed debuts cardiac softwareMedical image processing firm InfiMed has introduced Cardiac View CV 1000, a cardiac cath lab imaging software package. The CV 1000 is a diagnostic-quality imaging tool designed for viewing cardiac cath lab patient

InfiMed debuts cardiac software

Medical image processing firm InfiMed has introduced Cardiac View CV 1000, a cardiac cath lab imaging software package. The CV 1000 is a diagnostic-quality imaging tool designed for viewing cardiac cath lab patient studies, according to the Liverpool, NY-based company. Workstation features include real-time review and edge enhancement, 1000-line display resolution, zoom, and image export to a hospital’s intranet or the Web. InfiMed claims that the performance parameters of the DICOM-based CV 1000 were previously available only on hardware-based image workstations at 10 to 20 times the cost. InfiMed will also make CV 1000 available over the Internet. The company is offering free 14-day trials of the software via a downloadable Internet file or as a compact disk. As part of its future plans, the firm will also introduce a family of related products for cardiovascular applications.

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