syngo.via WebViewer

syngo.via WebViewer provides high quality mobile images access

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syngo.via WebViewer1 is the ideal solution for fast and easy image access in time critical situation or on-call. With stroke or trauma patients it is essential for physicians within the hospital network to see images as soon as they are available from the imaging modality. With syngo.via WebViewer even physicians outside radiology e.g. surgeons can faster start planning the next steps in the patient treatment and save valuable time.


With syngo.via WebViewer patient involvement becomes effortless. Instead of bringing e.g. oncology patients back into a reading room to explain the diagnosis or the future treatment plan, images can be displayed directly on an iPad3.

  

 

 

Starting with the syngo.via VA30 version, syngo.via WebViewer license for one user is now part of every syngo.via delivery. The application is also available as an extension to existing syngo.via installations. It allows all syngo.via users to enter the world of high quality mobile imaging.

 

Get the syngo.via WebViewer app from the Apple iTunes Store

  

Key benefits

  • Enterprise mobile image reading
  • Excellent image display capabilities with remarkable speed allows for high speed image reading in time critical cases away from a workstation2
  • Diagnostic reading quality on both iPad and with a web browser displayed on diagnostic grade monitor
  • Seamless collaboration with fellow physicians
  • Access with easy-to-use app for iPad3, iPhone3 and iPod Touch3 and over your computer with a standard web browser

 

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1The application syngo.via WebViewer is not for diagnostic viewing/reading on mobile devices in the US. Please refer to your sales representative whether the product is available for your country. Diagnostic reading of images with a web browser requires a medical grade monitor. For iPhone and iPad country specific laws may apply. Please refer to these laws before using for diagnostic reading/viewing. For Japan: Applications on iPhone / iPad / iPod are not a medical device in Japan. Use at your own risk. They are not intended to be used for diagnosis.

2Prerequisites include: Internet connection to clinical network, DICOM compliance, meeting of minimum hardware requirements, and adherence to local data security regulations.

3Apple, the iPhone, the iPad, iPod Touch are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.