Cuatroochenta implements a new technology for transmitting and viewing radiological images online, which for the first time allows keeping all the medical information when using teleradiology in health centers.
This has been developed for 3Dicom Viewer, one of the newest systems which commercialize 3Dicom, a company dedicated to the implementation and support of open source systems for the medical sector. An ad hoc development which offers 3Dicom clients an important progress in teleradiology.
In fact, 3Dicom viewer has covered a technology gap in the medical images viewing of DICOM (“Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine”) through the web. So far, the DICOM medical image viewers had been developed accessing and transmitting images in standard formats (JPG, JPG2000 …), usually compressed, with consequent problems: loss of image quality (pixelation on zoom), inability to access the DICOM information, slow transfer… However, 3Dicom Viewer achieves 100% DICOM image quality with no losses of information, transferring the former maximum resolution.
A tool which is already being used by collaborating centers of 3Dicom such as: Madrid CEMTRO Clinic, the Faculty of Odontology of Valencia, the Recovery and Rehabilitation Center of Levante, the Provincial Hospital Consortium of Castellon, Union Mutual, the Medical Technology Centre of Almeria and various clinics.
Apart from this project Cuatroochenta is going to undertake a specific line of development for the field of education, in which the technology used in 3Dicom Viewer will allow to superpose layers of information customized by clients in order to add specific features.
Within the health sector, Cuatroochenta also recently developed a mobile application for iPad: a CRM tool for Faes Farma, the fourth pharmaceutical company in Spain. It has already been implemented in Colombia and soon it will be in other international delegations.
>Report on Canal 9 news (minute 43:47):
>Interview with Sergio Aguado at Cadena Ser Radio, on February, 18, 2012 (Spanish)
>Published on the web Spain Technology of the Spanish Institute of Foreign Trade (ICEX).
>Published on the website of the Alpha Galileo Foundation Spain.
>Published on Espaitec web: ‘Cuatroochenta develops a web viewer for radiological images’.
>Published on University of Castellon website: ‘Cuatroochenta develops a web viewer of radiological images to improve hospital teleradiology“.
>Published on the Scientific Information and News Service (SINC): ‘It’s been developed a web viewer of radiological images to improve the hospital teleradiology’
>Published on the blog of the Library of the Rocasolano Chemistry-Physics Institute. Superior Council for Scientific Research (CESIC).
>Published on ‘Scientific Trends’: ‘It’s been developed a web viewer of radiological images to improve hospital teleradiology‘.
>Published on the magazine about research trends Life Sciences Lab: ‘Cuatroochenta develops a web viewer of rafiological images to improve hospital teleradiology’.
>Published on El Economista.es: ‘It’s been developed a web viewer of radiological images to improve the hospital teleradiology’.
>Published on the Newspaper El Periódico Mediterráneo: ‘High quality on-line radiography‘.
>Published on Levante de Castelló: ‘Innovative telerradiology in Espaitec’.
>Publicado on the cultural magazine Mone Monkey: ‘Cuatroochenta develops a web viewer of rafiological images to improve hospital teleradiology’.