The GE-HEALTHCARE PACS are designed for the digital archiving of medical images and for their administration and transmission to other stations of dedicated display computers or between them through a computer network. PACs also allow consultations with specialists in other locations outside the institution via web / internet for authorized physicians, protecting patient privacy and the integrity of data. Medical images that can be archived and administered by the PACS include imaging results from: nuclear medicine, computed tomography (CT), computerized radiography (CR), digital radiography (RD), DEXA (DX), special procedures and interventional radiography, ultrasound, mammography , among other examinations, it also allows the archiving and administration of data in wave form, documents and patient data including all the functions that are needed to access and manage the studies. He noted that the PACS system does not have contact with the patient or control a device on which life depends. It only constitutes a support on which the doctors interpret the images and information that is being shown on screen or printed through their competent human and professional intervention. It includes a set of software tools that allow you to make measurements, add cross references, adjust the windows, synchronize and re-position the images and view them dynamically. It is also possible to print, copy and send by electronic mail the images and studies, even via the internet for authorized clinical users.
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