The professional workplace for radiologists for interpreting medical data. This software is commonly operated with a double monitor or a large monitor, where the contents of two monitors can be displayed simultaneously. Image retrieval can be controlled either from the RIS or from the workstation. Previous studies are automatically made available on the second monitor. Automatic hanging facilitates and accelerates working. The demo preparation is done "along the way" during interpretation by simple drag & drop into the desired demo folder. In the demo, the pictures will be visualized in the same way as at the time of transfer in the demo folder.
Synchronization of visualization with HIS/RIS
Automatic image arrangement (hanging protocols)
Folders for image libraries (demos, rare cases, teaching)
True multimonitor concept – even on a "large" monitor
Fast working due to mutual control of RIS and workstation
The demo is prepared "along the way" during interpretation
The same user interface for interpretation, demo and image distribution
Smooth requesting of consultations and providing answers to such requests
Integration of images into reports or Office documents by drag & drop
Typical scenarios of use of this system are the workplace of clinicians, e.g. in intensive care, in the emergency room or the radiographer's workplace. In connection with a validated monitor, the software can also be used for interpretation. The software is permanently installed on a computer and is therefore always available.
Visualization and interpretation (using a validated monitor)
Burning patient CDs/DVDs
Visualization and import of foreign patient CDs/DVDs
Correction of foreign data from CD/DVD or from teleradiology
Export of images into other formats (optionally with anonymization)
Low-cost variant of the workstation for non-radiologists
Optimized for data import, export and adjustment
Efficient teleradiology management
Phone conferences with all PACS workstations and web viewers
This system is well suited for use in operating rooms and mobile use – e.g. on a notebook. The software is permanently installed on the computer and is therefore always available. In addition, data may be saved on a local cache on the computer's hard disk.
The advantage is that in an operating room, data of the cache remain available even if the network connection fails, so that the operation does not need to be interrupted because the images are missing.
On a notebook, intermediate storage on a cache enables mobile use without a network connection – e.g. in the case of a mobile visit.
Visualization and interpretation (using a validated monitor)
Local data cache for storage on the computer's hard disk
Permanent installation of software on a computer with access to server or local cache
Enables working without server connection
Higher data security in critical areas such as operating rooms
Mobile use without network connection, e.g. visit without WI-FI
This viewer is an operating system-independent web viewer for mobile terminal devices e.g. iPad, iPhone (Apple) or devices with Android operating systems. It supports both medical users and PACS administrators at the institution and on the way.
Hardware- and operating system-independence due to web technology (HTML5)
Zero footprint principle (no installation, no own data storage on the client)
Viewer functions: Zoom, pan, level/window, annotations, display of findings, e.g.
Admin functions: PACS system monitoring, authorizations, releases and others
Mobile image acquisition via integrated camera and attribution to the specific case
Easy integration into existing HIS/RIS/PACS
Can be called via URL from electronic medical record
Operating system-independent and terminal device-independent (Apple, Android,...)
Safety due to encryption and rapidity due to compression
The DICOM RT-Viewer extends the functionality of workstations and of the Web Viewer by visualizing DICOM RT structures, dose distributions and RT planning information from radiotherapy or brachytherapy plans.
This system is based on a disk producer by EPSON equipped with a control software by CHILI. The system receives requests for burning via DICOM C-Store, burns them on the medium in addition to the CHILI-specific Viewer. The media is printed automatically with the individual patient and study data, as well as the institution's logo and contact data.
Hardware: EPSON Disc Producer PP-100II - CD/DVD Publisher with 2 disc drives (other manufacturers on request)
Data transmission via DICOM C-Store and DICOM Query/Retrieve
It is possible to burn several data sets of different patients on one medium
Large data sets will automatically be distributed on several media
Automatic labeling with patient and study data
The professional viewer is authorized for diagnostic interpretation (EU medical device class IIb)
The burning software was awarded the CD certificate of the German Society of Radiology, since the patient CDs/DVDs are produced according to the specification catalog of that society. The certificate can be downloaded here
Streamlines work due to optional front ejection for EPSON PP100 (only available from CHILI!)
High quality of software raises reputation among referring physicians and patients
Automatic import of DICOM objects from patient CDs/DVDs and transmission to a DICOM receiver via DICOM C-Store.
The media are automatically taken from an input compartment, inserted in a CD/DVD drive, read and placed in the output compartment. An express compartment is available for urgent media. A normal output compartment or a special error output compartment are used for output.
The data to be imported can optionally be scanned for viruses prior to importation. The DICOM image headers can be modified automatically prior to transmission via DICOM C-Store according to adjustable rules (e.g. integration of a prefix prior to the patient ID or complete replacement of header by another value).
An ideal addition is the CHILI PACS or the CHILI Import PACS for PACS systems from other manufacturers.
Different robot variants with 2, 5 or 10 read compartments
2 input compartments (normal and Express)
2 output compartments (normal and fault)
Sending of imported data via DICOM C-Store
Optional scanning for viruses
Addition/replacement of DICOM header entries (e.g. prefix before patient ID)
Web-based administration interface for progress display, status messages and administration
Cut on working time for healthcare professionals
Increase of process quality
Cost saving for the institution due to optimal workflow