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Stroke VCAR

Stroke VCAR provides a simplified workflow solution to help analyze and assess intracerebral and subdural hematomas aneurysms.

Stroke VCAR (Volume Computer Assisted Reading) gives you a complete reading workflow solution for a comprehensive and robust analysis of hematoma and aneurysms. Hematoma assessment is done using semi-automated segmentation tools married with innovative interactive editing capability in the form of SmartMesh. Aneurysm assessment is done through an innovative user guided aneurysm segmentation and visualization. And the program lets you generate a clear, concise clinical report.

Features

Semi-automated segmentation and sizing of hematoma.

  • Introducing SmartMesh—an interactive volumetric editing tool.
  • Comprehensive reporting of segmented hematomas.
  • Fully integrated with Spectral CT when using GSI data.
  • Track hematoma changes both visually and quantitatively with longitudinal exam workflow.
  • Simple user driven aneurysm detection workflow.
  • Easy and intuitive workflow for aneurysm segmentation. Initial segmentation done with four guided clicks.
  • A selection of application specific tools ensures ease of use.
  • Create layouts to match your reading style. 

Intended Use

Stroke VCAR is a CT image analysis software package that provides information to physicians to assist them in the analysis and visualization of Brain CT data derived from DICOM 3.0 compliant CT scans. Stroke VCAR is designed for the purpose of segmenting and assessing intracerebral and intracranial hemorrhages in the brain using semi-automated tools on non-contrast CT exams. Additionally Stroke VCAR provides a set of workflow tools for the segmentation and visualization of aneurysms in the brain from contrast enhanced CT exams. It is intended for use by clinicians to process, review, archive, print and distribute CT studies.

This software will assist the user by providing initial 3D segmentation, measurements and visualization of hemorrhages and aneurysm in the brain. The user has the ability to adjust, review and then confirm the final segmentation.

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