The web-based viewer dicomPACS®MobileView counts among the many extension modules of dicomPACS®vet diagnostic software. As a virtually independent browser, it allows the viewing of image material on mobile devices also outside a veterinary clinic or a practice. The vets staff can access all image material from the dicomPACS®vet system worldwide via a network connection.
In addition to mere diagnostic evaluation of images, the dicomPACS®MobileView viewer allows diagnostic reports to be captured and exported. Documents may be attached and exchanged. All diagnostic reports of a patient are always displayed. Individual diagnostic reports of a patient may be selected for exporting and formatted.
Since the dicomPACS®MobileView viewer can be used anywhere, it has a wide range of applications, allowing, for instance, the patient's further treatment to be discussed in the consulting room straight after the X-ray was taken. The mobile viewer is also a very helpful instrument in the operating room for orientation purposes.
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
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dicomPACS®MobileView can be installed in addition to existing dicomPACS®vet diagnostic modules (diagnostic workstations). It is irrelevant whether the dicomPACS®MobileView software is used on a network PC (pure viewing workstation) or/ and on a mobile device. Worldwide access to all image material is available via a network connection, e.g. VPN access via the internet, of the used mobile device to the central dicomPACS® system in the office or clinic.
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