January 19, 2006 -- Optical imaging developer DOBI Medical International has released version 2.0 of its Dynamic Optical Breast Imaging (DOBI) software.
The Windows-based software consists of three elements, including ComfortScan acquisition software for patient data acquisition, ComfortNet for image database management, and ComfortView for image processing and display.
The new software also allows for quick review of color-mapped images to aid physicians in identifying regions of increased vascularity in the breast, according to the Mahwah, NJ-based vendor. Images can also be printed or digitally archived, and the software is also now DICOM-compliant, DOBI said.
In other news, DOBI said that it has now enrolled more than 1,000 patients at multiple locations across the U.S. in a multicenter clinical trial of the ComfortScan system, and that it expects to complete patient enrollment in the first quarter of 2006. The clinical trial will determine the efficacy of the ComfortScan system in its prospective role as an adjunct to screening mammography.
By AuntMinnie.com staff writers
January 19, 2006
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