SCHILLER enables the export of ECG raw data: resting ECGs,exercise ECGs and resting rhythms
SCHILLER's declared goal is to make therapy-relevant data accessible in digital form throughout the hospital. Thanks to the latest development, we have taken an important step closer to achieving this goal: it is now possible to export and exchange not only resting ECG raw data, but also exercise and resting rhythm raw data.
For many years already, SCHILLER has been working on optimising the integration and display of resting ECG data in PACS systems. To achieve this goal, SCHILLER makes its data available in DICOM format, a standard acknowledged worldwide for medical imaging.
Up to now, only resting ECG raw data could be exported, with exercise ECG and resting rhythm data only being available in PDF format. Now, however, SCHILLER has made it possible to exchange even such recordings as raw data.
Thanks to this export in an open format, the data can not only be edited, measured and reviewed in different locations, it also means more flexibility and greater independence from a certain provider.
SCHILLER is the first manufacturer to offer detailed exercise ECG and resting rhythm raw data. We follow the trend for open data and are therefore ready for future developments.
However, this can only be realised through constructive technology partnerships: SCHILLER has achieved this goal thanks to the successful cooperation with several PACS manufacturers.
Comprehensive integration of spirometry data
GANSHORN's latest development, the LFX software, is also integrated in SEMA3 and can be incorporated in existing infrastructures without any additional effort. This means that LFX has unrestricted access to HL7 and DICOM interfaces, which in turn enables the exchange of patient data and reports with external systems.
For more information come and join us at the MEDICA in Dusseldorf (hall 9, stand E05).
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Baar, 12 November 2015