Medical imaging on Apple device Video
Medical imaging on Apple device Video Transcript
>> [ music ] ^m00:00:05 As we know from our existing customer base of radiologists and radiation oncologists, it's easy to be caught without access to a work station whether across the hospital, at the gas station, or at the golf course. [ laughter ] Right now we're moving through the slices of a fusion study with a one finger slide where we have a CT scan showing anatomic data, and a PET scan showing metabolic activity. The two finger slide changes the blending. Think of how a weather map works where you have geographic data overlaid with temperature. We fuse the two together and present it as a multi planar reconstruction. Tab view to change the viewing plain so that you can see the data from the bottom, from the side, and from the front. Early on we recognized the potential of the iPhone and we set out to see if this was even possible. Finally let's look at the MIT movie. This is a 3D reconstruction ideal for visualizing PET images. Let's change the color for this. Let's choose rainbow. Imagine a doctor sitting with their patient sharing the images with him iPhone to iPhone, or an oncologist interactively reviewing a radiation treatment plan. The iPhone has created a new direction for our company. We've taken a complex desktop application, removed it from the realm of black art, and placed it in the hands of physicians and patients; and we've only just scratched the surface. Look for MIM at the launch of the app store. Thank you.
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