Clinical Express

Clinical Express DICOMising acquisiton software for Vidar Digitisers.


Written for the Vidar range of digitisers to suit all applications  – Teleradiology, PACS Archiving, Mammography, Radiotherapy and Orthopedic Surgery.

Clinical Express is available with a range of options  – Radiology only, Mammography only or both Rad and Mammo.  Add the options of Modality Worklist Query and/or PDI for importing, Printing and burning studies.

The software is CE- MDD compliant and is available in modules to build a cost-effective solution for your specific needs. Choose from the Base Package for General Radiography or the Base Package for Mammography – or combine the tow. Add-on modules for Modality Worklist and/or Patient Data Interchange (PDI) are available to complete your solution. The clinical Express software has international date format option and is available in English, German, Spanish and Italian.

Less Time….  Fewer Errors

The Modality Worklist option allows Clinical Express to query for patient demographics and study data from a DICOM Modality Worklist server, eliminating the need to retype patient study information and minimising the possibility of misplaced images.

Common Features include:

  •  QA tools: window/level, rotate, flip, invert, and redact sensitive information
  •  HIPAA compliance functions include auto logout, locking function keys, patient data anonymisation and audit trail
  •  Thumbnails for quick access to images
  •  One-click image deletion
  •  Batch Scanning (if supported by the digitiser)
  •  DICOM, JPEG lossless image compression

Import/Export Other DICOM Media

The DICOM IDE/PDI option allows importing of DICOm data from portable CD medical to send to PACS. You can connect a twain-compliant paper scanner to combine paper reports or other documents into the patient’s file, providing the convenience of one software control while protecting  your digitiser investment from the dust and debris associate with paper.



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