Arnica PACS

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Main advantages

Arnica PACS is an advanced application for DICOM workstations.

Imaging Modalities

  1. Digital X-ray (CR,CR)
  2. Mammography (MG)
  3. Computed tomography (CT)
  4. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
  5. Positron emission tomography (PET-CT)
  6. Ultrasound diagnostics (ultrasound)
  7. Digital Subtraction Angiography (DSA)
  8. Structured Reports (SR).

Working with DICOM images

  1. Allows you to work with medical images
  2. Expandable with the latest technology
  3. Provides remote access to images outside the hospital
  4. HTML5 support allows you to transfer and display images on any mobile device

Thanks to the support of Html5 technology, images can be accessed from any device.

Diagnostic tools

  • ​Measuring tools are easy to use
  • Tool (ROI) for analysis and medical visualization of tumor borders, endocardium, etc.
  • MPR (multiplanar reconstruction)
  • Work in 3D format.
  • MIP (Maximum Intensity Projection) is a method of computer visualization of scalar voxel information. Used in the interpretation of positron emission tomography (PET) or magnetic resonance angiography studies.
  • The “Volume Render” function is a set of methods used to render a 2D projection of a set of 3D discretely sampled data, usually a 3D scalar field.


Medical Information System

A medical information system, using computer technology, covers and links all components of the healthcare sector across an institution, region, and even a country.

Laboratory Information System

The laboratory information system of a medical institution is a tool for automating the processes of processing referrals, analyzing and recording research results, recording diagnostic results in the patient's electronic medical record (EMR).

Radiological Information System

The Radiology Information System is an innovative software designed to support and comprehensively manage a diagnostic center.

PACS - systems for transmission and archiving of DICOM images.

PACS is designed to store digital medical images in a single DICOM format for long-term storage and provide access to them from other locations.