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SurgiMedia, DICOMedia, PanelMedia and SlimDisplay, a wide range of smart audio-video-DICOM and display solutions for medical and surgical environments.


1. Using IP protocols

2. Surgical video consultations, video conferences

3. Surgical video training and advanced training

4. Electronic medical records

5. Video translation services

6. Tele-sitter services

7. Smart TVs in patient wards


Medical imaging is crucial in every medical facility and at all levels of health care. The use of medical imaging helps doctors to obtain more accurate diagnoses and appropriate treatment decisions. As technology is also being developed in other segments of health care, this sphere will have a parallel tendency in order to keep pace with the need to integrate and interact with digital medicine.

Important programs for imaging medical methods include:

Projection radiographs are used to detect bone fractures, pathological changes in lungs, and diagnose certain types of colon cancer.

Fluoroscopy – For real-time images of different internal parts and structures of the human body.

MRI Scan – for obtaining two-dimensional images of the body and brain.

Syntigraphy – to capture two-dimensional images from radiation emitted by Radìoìzotopami to identify areas of biological activity that may be associated with the disease.

Positron emission topography (PET) – to diagnose or treat various pathologies, using certain properties of isotopes and energy particles, allocated from the of radioactive of the material.

Medical ultrasound - producing fetal images, abdominal cavity organs, heart, breast, muscle, tendons, arteries and veins for diagnostic purposes.

Elastography – Reflection of elastic properties of soft tissues in the body.

Tactile imaging – To create images of prostate, chest, vagina, support structures of the pelvic floor and Myofocycyal trigger points in the muscles by converting the meaning to digital images.

Photoacoustic imaging – To provide in vivo monitoring of angiogenesis, the mapping of blood oxygenation, functional brain imaging, and skin melanoma detection.

Methods of thermography - to detect breast tumors with the help of programs such as telethermography, contact thermography and dynamic angiothermography.

Tomography techniques – to produce images of thin body sections (CT, PET-scan).

Echocardiography – To see detailed heart structures including camera size, heart function, heart valves and pericardial.

Also in the medical visualization are included methods of measurement and recording, which do not create “pictures”, but produce data, which are often represented as graphs or maps.

They include such methods as Electroencephalography (EEG), magnetoencephalography (MEG) and electrocardiography (ECG).

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