Simple and flexible

„How to save time so you can focus more on patients”

No more time-consuming, manual entry and transfer of examination data: With our RIS/PACS interface you can integrate the contrast media injector into your existing radiological IT systems. Thus, all injection parameters of the contrast media examination can automatically be transferred and documented into the patient file. This reduces the susceptibility to errors, saves time and helps to make the overall workflow more efficient. The documentation of the data is quickly available in the PACS and can therefore be retrieved at any time if required. This supports diagnosis and leaves you more time for your patients.

„How to deal with the challenge of data acquisition, transfer and storage”

Almost with every scan the challenge of data acquisition, data transfer and data storage begins anew”, explains Dr. Jan Baxa, Head of Department Computed Tomography at the University Hospital Pilsen in the Czech Republic. The following article shows how our software solution SYNCopen can help to facilitate diagnosis and workflows in hospitals and to avoid errors in data transmission. This allows you more focus on your patients and a smoothly running and cost-effective working day.

„How to boost your workflow with flexibility”

To support you and create a smooth workflow in an intelligent way, our CT and MRI injectors are equipped with the software options “Tandem” (CT) and “CM Select” (MRI). Using these features means you can attach two different contrast media and simply select the appropriate one depending on the patient and the type of examination.

„How to keep your workflow running smoothly”

Even if your daily radiology routine is running perfectly and smoothly there’s a point when the contrast media container is empty. That is the signal for our software options “Seamless” (CT) and “CM-Loop” (MRI). The injection automatically continues without interruption using the second identical contrast media container attached. This means, you do not have to interrupt the scan or explain a container change and thus a longer examination time to the patient.