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DVI2PCIe Successfully Captures and Transmits Images for Medical Records
Keeping hard copies of medical records with images always is of current concern. As a matter of fact clinicians use to create multiple images when performing diagnostics since imaging technology is emerging worldwide now. According to requirements captured data should be kept for many years. It was an issue for the hospitals and health centres to process a large number of medical records.
It is up to emerging modern technologies that there is no problem now to store and access medical data. Health facilities worldwide need to capture, store and share medical imaging data effectively during diagnostics and treatment procedures. When this information is delivered swiftly to the appointed place it helps in most cases to determine the major cause of symptoms and perform treatment. Image capturing solutions such as DVI2PCIe play a significant role in processing medical images.
Health centres performing medical imaging needs a dependable system for capturing and archiving his information. Patient imaging records should be stored in a digital format on computer systems. As a rule, physicians are able to access both current and previous patients’ studies for examination and interpretation. Healthcare providers benefit from the solutions that capture data from imaging facilities, provide fast access to this content and enable remote collaboration. Using these devices physicians can store all imagery ranging from x-rays to ultrasound on computers and servers and transmit in on-the-fly.
As our customer reported, a computer-based system with the DVI2PCIe board is used together with the medical imaging systems. It is designed to capture images from MRI, CT and ultrasound systems through the DVI port. Due to the DVI2PCIe frame grabber this solution is enabled to work with any medical equipment featuring a single link DVI, HDMI, or VGA port. Captured data is recorded on an internal HDD and transmitted over the network to enable remote diagnostics.
Archiving terms depends only on computer’s storage capacity and allow for accurate data storing. Due to cross-facility image sharing provided by DVI2PCIE, real-time collaboration can be easily established. Since great volumes of medical data are stored in a secure operating environment and easily accessed. IT investments are aligned to match both future and current needs. Images can be retrieved and transmitted quickly and easily. This functionality can be of great use to specialists performing remote diagnostics and willing to hold consultations with their colleagues worldwide.An internal professional video capture card is installed in the computer’s PCIe slot. It connects to medical imaging equipment through its DVI output and captures images with resolution up to 1920x1200 in diagnostic quality.
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