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Sectra to install PACS in Norway

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PACS developer Sectra-Imtec has won a contract to install itsPACS technology at Central Hospital of Vestfold in Tonsberg, Norway.Sectra, of Linköping, Sweden, said the hospital intends todigitize all modalities in its radiology department, and

PACS developer Sectra-Imtec has won a contract to install itsPACS technology at Central Hospital of Vestfold in Tonsberg, Norway.Sectra, of Linköping, Sweden, said the hospital intends todigitize all modalities in its radiology department, and willuse data encryption technology developed by Sectra to ensure patientprivacy. Sectra's PACS products are sold in the U.S. by PhilipsMedical Systems (SCAN 10/9/96).

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