Search result for "pre-op planning"

Product | Orthopaedics
Product | Orthopaedics
Product | Orthopaedics
More time for the patients
Around 700 of the orthopaedic procedures carried out annually at the Marienhospital in Aachen are joint reconstruction operations, which require careful pre-operative planning.
Case | Orthopaedics
Sectra 3D Print
Printing orthopaedic cases in 3D offers several benefits. A printed 3D model allows for further surgical planning after a pre-operative plan has been created and can be used for educational purposes,...
Product | Orthopaedics
Product | Orthopaedics
Orthopedic hospital with production and quality of care in focus
Istituto Ortopedico Galeazzi is a private hospital in Milan dedicated to orthopedic procedures. They perform approximately 100,000 examinations and 15,000 surgeries annually. As a production-oriented...
Case | Orthopaedics
Well-prepared before surgery with Sectra's orthopaedic solution
The University of Rostock was founded in 1419 and is the oldest university in Northern Europe. The history of the orthopaedic section at the university hospital dates from 1898. The orthopaedic clinic...
Case | Orthopaedics
Introduction to the DICOM standard for digital pathology and its importance for workflow efficiency
Digital pathology is proving to provide large benefits for healthcare providers, but growing adoption is now presenting these early adopters with new challenges. The ability of slide scanners to commu...
White papers | Digital pathology
Industry reflections | Enterprise imaging | AI in medical imaging | Breast imaging | Cardiology imaging | Digital pathology | Enterprise platform | Medical education | Radiology imaging
Visualization for radiologist efficiency
Visualization tools are becoming increasingly important in the radiology department. However, when words like 3D and MPR are mentioned most people’s thoughts go directly to advanced visualization ap...
Articles | Radiology imaging
RSNA 2019 market report—the top trends you should know about
Yet another RSNA has passed and we can conclude that this year there were not any new major trends, rather incremental developments of existing trends. Enterprise imaging (EI), AI and workflow orchest...
Industry reflections | Radiology imaging | AI in medical imaging | Breast imaging | Enterprise imaging
Research at Sectra
Innovation is part of Sectra’s identity. Ever since the company was spun off from the Institute of Technology at Linköping University in the late 1970s, scientific advances have formed the basis fo...
Product | Enterprise platform | Radiology imaging
Study confirms clinical usefulness of the Sectra Table
A scientific study to assess the usefulness of Sectra Table for preoperative planning of orthopedic surgeons was presented at the global conference Visualization 2011 in Providence, Rhode Island, at t...
Articles | Medical education
The VNA in Region Stockholm is paving the way for the future of enterprise imaging
Many healthcare providers are currently adopting enterprise imaging systems to facilitate collaboration and increase efficiency in the sharing of medical images. Although not many have reached full ...
Case | Enterprise platform | Enterprise imaging | Radiology imaging
PACS & EMR integration: Carilion Clinic improves speed, connectivity and access
It was early 2015 when the team at Carilion Clinic decided they had outgrown their PACS and needed to replace their decade-old system. Software lockups were all too common, and they needed to amp up t...
Case | Radiology imaging | Enterprise imaging | Enterprise platform
Key considerations when choosing a breast imaging PACS supplier
“Change is good, but be prepared,” says Dr. Stamatia Destounis at Elizabeth Wende Breast Care in Rochester, New York. She bases this piece of advice on the knowledge she gained when the clinic mad...
Articles | Breast imaging
What referring physicians demand from radiology
Radiology lies at the very center of the healthcare chain. Most patients pass through an imaging department at one point or another in their treatment. That said, an organization’s overall effective...
White papers | Radiology imaging
Key considerations when replacing your RIS/PACS
Few will dispute that implementing a first-time RIS/PACS makes great business and clinical sense, but how about replacing a RIS/PACS? On the “income side”, it’s pretty straightforward. Not all s...
Articles | Radiology imaging
New cardiac cath lab embraces enterprise imaging
When the cardiac and neurovascular catheterization lab at Riverside University Health System Medical Center (RUHS-MC) treated its first patient last February, the opening represented many things to ma...
Case | Cardiology imaging | Enterprise imaging
Pathology goes digital—what can we learn from radiology's journey? 5 tips from UK radiologists
Pathology is embarking on a similar digitization journey as radiology has experienced. Despite some obvious differences in how the transition to digital images will occur, it is obvious that questions...
Articles | Digital pathology
Hoe technologie bijdraagt aan een betere uitkomst voor de patiënt
Een jaar geleden zagen we dat steeds meer ziekenhuizen kozen voor Enterprise Imaging. Met tools als business intelligence (BI) vergroten ze hun inzicht in de bedrijfsvoering en verhogen ze hun flexibi...
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Growing hospital group ready for the future with a new imaging strategy
AZ Delta was established in 2015 after a merger between two hospitals with a total of four sites. In 2018, a third hospital joined the group. A new vision for the group’s imaging strategy was requir...
Case | Enterprise imaging
ECR 2020 Online: Sectra webinars
In conjunction with ECR 2020 Online, Sectra is inviting you to three hot-topic webinars with a great line-up of speakers from Barts Health NHS Trust, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, Isa...
Event | Radiology imaging | AI in medical imaging | Breast imaging
A radiologist’s report on working from home during the COVID-19 crisis
In light of the current coronavirus pandemic, the work situation for many radiologists has changed. Many have taken on new work tasks, workloads have suddenly changed, and what is perhaps most apparen...
Case | Radiology imaging
Major academic medical system advances image management with Sectra Enterprise Imaging
University Hospitals in Cleveland made do for years with separate PACS for radiology, cardiology and other image-intensive clinical departments. Now the 18-hospital, 15-county, 40-clinic integrated he...
Case | Enterprise imaging | Enterprise platform | Radiology imaging
ECR market report 2019—the top trends you should know about
ECR has closed its doors for this year. Once again, I am amazed by the enthusiasm among the attendees and vendors when it comes to bringing new innovations to improve healthcare. As many of us have EC...
Industry reflections | Radiology imaging | AI in medical imaging | Breast imaging | Enterprise imaging
A shared image archive offers major advantages for healthcare providers and patients
Within Stockholm County Council (SLL), Sweden’s capital region, there are 2,000 healthcare providers—ranging from hospitals and district care centers to specialist clinics and private dentists. To...
Case | Enterprise imaging | Enterprise platform
Eye on Canada: 3 views on PACS priorities
With PACS as with any healthcare-specific technology, some universal expectations are common to all end-users and their IT support teams. Yet there are also as many unique sets of preferences as there...
Case | Radiology imaging
Breaking the trend of increased radiation exposure to patients through dose monitoring
This white paper raises the issue of the increase in  patient exposure to radiation doses in diagnostic medical imaging over the last three decades. The aim is to inform about the problem and highlig...
White papers | Radiology imaging
PACS facts: Constructed and deconstructed explained
It can be safely said that the healthcare services is in a state of flux like never before. Reform initiatives driving the mandate to create interoperability are not in any way exempting medical imagi...
Articles | Radiology imaging | Enterprise imaging
Streamline multi­disciplinary team meetings using a joint enterprise platform for radiology and pathology diagnosis
Multidisciplinary team (MDT) meetings, or tumor boards, are a cornerstone of cancer care, and the practice of holding such meetings is increasing greatly. Several studies [1][2][3] clearly demonstrate...
Articles | Digital pathology | Radiology imaging
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Sectra recognizes and respects the importance of the privacy of the visitors to our websites. This policy accounts for the cookies used and the personal data collected via our websites. Sectra automat...
Product | Enterprise platform
Partnering with Sectra
Sectra has a number of different partnerships, including distribution partners, research partners, and clinical solution partners. Sectra’s Clinical Solution Network, Sectra CSN, is a network of...
Time to rethink prostate cancer diagnostics?
Many of us know, or have known, someone with prostate cancer. Today, prostate cancer is seen as a chronic disease and it is common that surgery is not performed in cancers categorized as harmless, mai...
Industry reflections | Enterprise imaging | Digital pathology | Radiology imaging | Share and collaborate
Product | Breast imaging
A move forward in enterprise digital imaging with Sectra PACS at Morecambe Bay
University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust (UHMBT) has seen many benefits from its deployment of a second generation Sectra PACS, integrated with its Electronic Patient Record (EPR). N...
Case | Enterprise imaging | Enterprise platform | Radiology imaging
Swedish county council shows the way to a successful implementation of enterprise imaging
Region Värmland is a pioneer in enterprise imaging and is currently a world leader in managing and storing medical images, multimedia and patient information in a central, region-wide platform. In a...
Case | Enterprise imaging | Breast imaging | Cardiology imaging | Digital pathology | Enterprise platform | Radiology imaging
Product | Orthopaedics
The workspace of the future: making breast imaging work 'flow'
PACS is powering better workflow in breast imaging, transforming the way breast imaging radiologists read studies and interact with one another by improving physician efficiency, accuracy and saving t...
Case | Breast imaging
Proper integration is key in achieving efficiency in digital workflows—four tips on important demands to impose on your suppliers
Digital pathology has great potential to increase the efficiency and quality of anatomical pathology. A good digital workplace supports the daily work in everything from simple tasks, such as combinin...
Articles | Digital pathology
You don’t have to deconstruct your PACS, just make it deconstructable
Medical imaging tenders today revolve heavily around a few components that are mentioned in almost every procurement process. These are: Vendor Neutral Archive (VNA), image viewer and workflow/worklis...
Articles | Enterprise imaging
The future is so close you can touch it
Imagine if there wasn’t a device for navigating images, and we had to invent one. What would it look like? Who knows, but it probably wouldn’t be anything as counter-intuitive as today’s keyboar...
Articles | Medical education
Digital pathology—an important piece of the puzzle enabling integrated diagnostics
The diagnosis of cancer is becoming more complex. The menu of tests and procedures has exploded as new technologies have evolved and clinicians are now demanding more from radiologists and pathologist...
Articles | Digital pathology
Where and how digitization affects the pathology workflow
Until recently, using a conventional light microscope has been standard practice for examining histopathology slides. However, the use of digital pathology is on the rise and many pathology labs are n...
Articles | Digital pathology
Two NHS trusts take 'giant leap' in connecting diagnostics across hospitals
Two NHS trusts in the North West of England have taken the lead in breaking down barriers between diagnostic departments and frontline clinical staff, in a move that healthcare professionals say is ch...
Case | Enterprise imaging | Enterprise platform
Product | Digital pathology
St. Joseph’s/Candler takes measures to bolster dose minimizing efforts
Amidst increasing concern from patients, as well as increased publicity about the effects of radiation exposure, hospital systems like St. Joseph’s/Candler, serving Savannah and the four surrounding...
Case | Radiology imaging