[Oradlist] PACS/other options
andresbriner at gmail.com
Thu Mar 12 05:28:24 PDT 2009
In our Hospital we are using one Optime phosphor plate scanning system, with
excellent results. Images are good quality, the system is really fast, few
seconds scanning and low x-ray dosage. As all this systems, the users have
to take care not to bend, scratch or spill the plates, because they are
sensitive and expensive. The system is reliable and the only technical
problem we have experienced is when a foreign object falls into
the mechanism. It could be provided with one of two different
softwares: Digora for windows, that is stable, but a little weak and too
basic, and Cliniview, which is a really excellent tool for images and
Dr. Andres Briner
Dental and Maxillofacial Radiology dept.
Clinica Las Condes
On Wed, Mar 11, 2009 at 9:09 PM, Bruno Azevedo <brunozvd at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hello everybody,
> I also would like to receive some comments about this subject since we are
> in the process of choosing one of those two systems for our new dental
> school in SoCal.
> Thank you in advance,
> Bruno Correa de Azevedo DDS MS
> Assistant Professor Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology
> College of Dental Medicine Western University of Health Sciences
> 309 E. Second St.
> Pomona, California 91766
> --- On *Wed, 3/11/09, Madhu Nair <mnair at dental.ufl.edu>* wrote:
> From: Madhu Nair <mnair at dental.ufl.edu>
> Subject: [Oradlist] PACS/other options
> To: oradlist at lists.ucla.edu
> Date: Wednesday, March 11, 2009, 5:49 PM
> Hi all,
> For those of you who have used both MiPACS and Emago, how do they compare? It
> has been a while since I worked with Emago. Can Emago transmit multi-file data
> sets from CT, MRI etc.?
> You can respond privately to me.
> Email: mnair at dental.ufl.edu
> Thank you,
> Madhu Nair
> University of Florida
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