ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. Jan. 20, 2011 New Mexico Software, Inc.
Last week the company introduced its first medical Picture Archiving Communication System (PACS) compatible with Apple’s smart phones and portable tablets and other devices through the Apple App Store™.
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A recent article from AuntMinnie.com, a well respected professional medical website, cited a new study that shows that Italian radiologists reviewing CT and MR images on smart phones were as accurate as those reading images from PACS workstations. However, it noted that reading from the smaller screen smart phones produced greater eye strain, indicating that the devices are probably best used for consulting rather than primary interpretation.
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