Alma 365 includes a lightweight, rapid viewer for displaying and assessing images, plus a set of basic tools and an advanced patient browser integrated with the clinical record.
This solution is aimed at specialists for use in diagnosis and surgical planning. It is a universal multiplatform web viewer that can be accessed from any device.
- Reads quickly
- Intuitive and easy to use
- Diagnostic and surgical planning tool
- Attractive, configurable interface
- Powerful, high-quality, and accurate
The Alma 365 web viewer is a universal viewer, which means it can be used from any platform (Microsoft Windows, Apple iOS, Android, etc.), and from any device connected to the Internet (PC, laptop, tablet, smartphone, etc.).
Display and Annotation Tools
The viewer features display tools such as zoom, translation, rotation, mirror, etc. It also includes display window control tools (Window Width Level) for adjusting visible values (density, frequency, etc.).
The viewer can record annotations and measurements of distances and angles, as well as ROI (Regions of Interest) in rectangular, oval, or free-form areas.
The Alma 365 web viewer includes an advanced patient browser, located in the left-hand toolbar, that shows all the studies stored for the selected patient. The browser shows a thumbnail for each series that forms part of each patient study. These thumbnails can be dragged and dropped to the display windows in order to work on them.
The patient browser includes fully interactive options for splitting and arranging the display window. The viewer also includes a tool for generating Hanging Protocols, which automates the display based on the characteristics of the study (modality, description, etc.).
Series Comparison and Synchronization
The patient browser features options for comparing and synchronizing series of DICOM studies. As the browser shows the patient’s entire history, it is also possible to compare not just different series from the same study but also from previous studies, which is very important when making a diagnosis.
Automatically provides multiplanar images (sagittal, coronal, and axial) and an oblique MPR. This latter reconstruction can be used to work on any spatial plane to obtain different types of high-quality diagnostic images.
- Generation of new series
- Oblique MPR
- Curved MPR
- MIP, MinIP, Average IP, and VR
- Hanging Protocols and Workflows
All viewers developed by Alma Medical Imaging have been validated by IHE, and comply with the DICOM standard.
They also meet the requirements of Directive 93/42/EEC on medical devices, and have been certified by SGS United Kingdom Limited (Notified Body number 0120), obtaining Class IIa CE marking.