Dragonfly PACS

Digital x-ray and digital image processing for the progressive veterinarian

  • Magnifying glass with filter

    For optimized display of bone structures in thick soft tissue.

  • Web viewer

    Fast and economical access to archived images and diagnosis via Internet or Intranet.

  • Video Module

    Single image and video sequence recording of standard video signals.

  • Vertebral Heart Score (VHS) of Buchanan

    Measure heart size to body size using mid-thoracic vertebrae as units of measure.

  • HD measuring in canines

    Insert all relevant lines and angles with a single click.

  • TPLO (Tibial Plateau Leveling Osteotomy)

    Helps determine the existing slope of the tibial plateau and its theoretical optimization.

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Digital x-ray and digital image processing for the progressive veterinarian

DragonflyPACS is an easy-to-use tool for viewing, transferring, and archiving images.  Any image from any device (x-rays, CT, MRI, ultrasound, endoscopy, digital camera) and any type of document (diagnostic findings, patient histories, faxes) can be stored in a DragonflyPACS digital file and accessed immediately by a mouse click.

What are the key benefits?

  • Full functionality of diagnostic software for all workstations
  • Easy to learn and user-friendly
  • Customized user interface
  • Flexible allocation of shortcut keys, so you can work quickly
  • Parallel processing, so you can continue to work in DragonflyPACS while completing other tasks
  • Diagnose multiple patients simultaneously by opening new windows, without loss of speed

Designed in close cooperation with doctors and specialists, the technology behind DragonflyPACS has proven itself in more than 5,000 workstations around the world. The cutting-edge PACS system integrates smoothly with AVImark®, so you can request, receive, view and store images, right from the Client Information Display.

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