By staff writers
December 1, 2015

Swedish PACS firm Sectra launched an enhanced model of its visualization table featuring new state-of-the-art touch technology at RSNA 2015 in Chicago.

The new table enables medical staff and students to navigate more quickly and smoothly when working with 3D images of actual patient cases, thereby improving the feeling of interaction with the visualized data. This will provide better conditions for interactive learning in medical education and training, according to Sectra.

The 55-inch visualization table also allows medical staff and students to gain an enhanced understanding of the body's anatomy and functions, the variation between individuals, and of more unusual diseases. The table is a terminal for the Sectra Education Portal, a way to share patient cases, teaching content, and knowledge with other universities using the Sectra Table.

The new capacitive touch interface is standard in the new release of the Sectra Table, model F15, as well as being available as an upgrade to all Sectra Tables of model F14, the firm added.

The visualization table was developed in cooperation with Linköping University, the Center for Medical Image Science and Visualization (CMIV), Visualiserings Center, and the Interactive Institute.

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