Some talk about incorporating the audible signal as part of the DICOM signal
mentioned that this could be done within the next year.
Companies I spoke with about this last year were ALI Tech, ATL and Acuson.
Tom Rosendahl, RN BS RVT APS
Technical Director, Vascular Lab
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
Los Angeles, CA
> From: Hodge, Megan D.[SMTP:[log in to unmask]]
> Reply To: UVM Flownet
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> Subject: digital audio capabilities
> I know we have spoken about digital imaging and storage systems in the
> recent past. Most of the systems were designed for radiology and echo
> but if you wanted to use them in a dedicated vascular lab , do you need
> audio capabilities in particular, to document the phasic, spontaneous flow
> during a venous evaluation?
> Megan Hodge, RN RVT
> Clinical Supervisor
> Vascular Diagnostic Laboratory
> The Methodist Hospital, Houston,TX
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