TeraRecon embeds link for referring physicians to interact with image data

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TeraRecon, a provider of advanced cardiac CT interpretation software, introduced new innovations for its Aquarius iNtuition suite of advanced visualization at the Society of Cardiovascular Computed Tomography meeting in Orlando last week.

The AquariusNET iNtuition server can now be configured to support a fixed number of users, each able to access large cardiovascular studies and the full suite of cardiovascular analysis tools. The company said it offers the highest single-server capacity available on the market today for the largest number of concurrent users.

The Aquarius iNtuition delivers advanced visualization tools to any PC via the company’s client-server technology. The software allows fast interpretation of coronary anatomy and morphology, quantification of stenotic disease, calculation of coronary calcium burden, ventricular function and left atrium analysis.

“Imaging practices focused on cardiac CT have very particular needs when it comes to interpretation software” said Robert Taylor, PhD, TeraRecon president and chief operating officer. “Studies are several times larger than typical radiology examinations, and multiple users require concurrent access to the full diagnostic tool set, but via an affordable and flexible licensing model.”

The company also announced that the server includes the AquariusWEB viewer, which allows a simple web link, or URL, to be sent to a referring physician via e-mail or embedded in a report.

Upon clicking on that link, the physician is taken to a secure page where they can interact directly with 2D, 3D or vascular analysis views that the interpreting physician selected to illustrate the findings.

An interactive 3D experience is provided directly through the web browser, using only standard browser technology, requiring no download, installation of plugins, or administrative privileges on the physician’s computer.