The dicomPACS®vet software can help your dream of a paperless veterinary practice come true. With dicomPACS®vet, images and various types of documents (e.g., medical findings and reports, faxes) are stored in a digital patient folder and readily accessible. Our carefully designed archive and backup solutions guarantee quick access to all data and high security standards (in keeping with international guidelines for human medicine). Furthermore, the software can easily be integrated into all common practice information systems.
The dicomPACS®vet software acquires, processes, transfers and archives images as well as other documents. The program was designed, developed and tested in cooperation with medical practitioners in order to provide a user-friendly tool for everyday veterinary care.
Adaptable and individualized features
Numerous tools, features and expansions are available:
Cost and depreciation of dicomPACS®
Product brochure dicomPACS®vet - Professional image processing in veterinary medicine
Digital X-ray and image management for the highest demands, includes acquisition, diagnosis, transfer and archiving of image material
dicomPACS® is a Picture Archiving and Communication System (PACS) that performs many different, at times highly complex, tasks. It connects, controls and manages everything related to your images: from image acquisition and the compilation of diagnostic reports, to archiving and transferring image data.
The program ensures that high quality images can be distributed and viewed quickly, and without complications (e.g., via a web server). The system is extremely flexible and adaptable to new applications.
Reference Surgical and Gynaecological Clinic for small animals at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in Munich, Germany
Apart from the numerous beneficial functions of image management software, another criterion supporting Prof. Dr. med. vet. Andrea Meyer-Lindenberg's decision to purchase the image management system, is the fact that queries, suggestions and problems are always dealt with promptly and competently by the OR Technology team.
Reference Dr. Thomas Weinberger, Equine Clinic Burg Müggenhausen, Germany
Dr. Thomas Weinberger, head of the Equine Clinic Burg Müggenhausen: "Overall, we wish to repeat that we are very happy with the investment and the changeover. The software provides the option, by means of a report module, to produce reports on individual images in MS Word and to store these reports directly in the patient file. The reports can be prepared and compiled in accordance with our specific requirements. This resulted in a marked improvement of our internal and external documentation."
Reference Sudenhof horse clinic, Dr. Eberhard Mettenleiter
Dr. Eberhard Mettenleiter, specialist for horses and horse surgery: The software is easy to handle and very safe for storing data. Everybody is worried about a power failure or a system crash causing the loss of data. After having experienced a power failure we were relieved to find that all the data was still available.”
Reference joint practice for veterinary care Dr. Richter/Winkler, Rostock, Germany
„For example, I can call up the medical record of a patient in Easyvet and at the same time view and edit digital X-ray images in the PACS system,“ comments veterinarian Dr. Andreas Kromik. „When working simultaneously on two records in Easyvet, one had to save the files after each step. That was very annoying and, thankfully, no longer necessary.“
For surgical planning using the digital prosthesis templates provided by manufacturers
|Report module for X-ray services relating to equine prepurchase examinations||
Enables the quick compilation of reports by automatically assembling X-ray images. It follows the “X-ray guideline” by the German organisations “Gesellschaft für Pferdemedizin e.V.” (non-profit organisation for equine medicine) and “Bundestierärztekammer e.V.” (Federal association of veterinarians).
|Special filter for the optimization of bones and soft parts||
Details of interest may be made visible by means of special filter magnifiers
|TPLO measuring function (Tibial Plateau Leveling Osteotomy)||
It serves to theoretically optimise the existing slope of the tibial plateau in domestic dogs
|TTA measuring tool (Tibial Tuberosity Advancement)||
The TTA measuring technique is used to apply the translated length measurements at the tuberositas tibiae in dogs
|HD measuring technique for dogs||
dicomPACS®vet provides a special tool to guarantee very fast and reliable determination of the Norberg angle, including documentation
|Measuring the distraction index||
This measuring tool serves to determine the displacement of the femoral head from the joint socket of the hip joint in dogs
|Buchanan‘s Vertebral Heart Score||
This annotation is a simple and reliable method to determine the size of the heart - it has been desiged specifically for cats and dogs
|Modified Maquet Procedure (MMP)||
The MMP is a method of measurement for dogs with a cruciate ligament disorder, in which the distance for the placement of the MMP Wedge is determined
Enables freely configurable analysis of the complete database
Enable standard and non-standard video signals to be recorded as single images and video sequences
Images and reports can be shared directly or transferred via our cloud solution ORCA
|Processing of CT and MRI series||
dicomPACS®vet includes professional tools such as MPR and MIP to evaluate cross section series
The placement of images and cases on the monitor can be freely configured
Multiple archives hosted on distributed hardware platforms designed for the requirements of different groups of clinics and medical centres
dicomPACS®vet Pre-operative planning with the prosthesis documentation module
dicomPACS®vet Administration and diagnosis of image slices
dicomPACS®MobileView - the web-based viewer for mobile devices
Report module for X-ray services relating to equine prepurchase examinations
ORCA - storage of medical data (images and documents) as well as sharing via the internet