INFINITT Digital Pathology Solution (IDPS)*
Digital Pathology uses digital slide scanners to convert glass-slide images to Whole Slide Images (WSI) that can be viewed, interacted with, and analyzed from a single viewer, and shared via the Internet.
INFINITT Digital Pathology Solution (IDPS) accesses slide images from multiple vendors’ scanners (Aperio, Ventana, 3DHISTECH, Hamamatsu, VisionTek, and more). Digitized slide images can then be stored in full quality and rapidly available to multiple users simultaneously. Integration with EMRs and laboratory information systems facilitates electronic workflows, remote consultation, and tumor board review.
- Simplifies access to current and historical images once they have been digitized
- Enables image sharing for second opinion and multidisciplinary collaboration
- Allows user to navigate slides in full-view or to compare multiple slides in one view, to mark regions of interest, and to annotate and save annotations
- Supports remote reading through distributed workflow
- Allows images to be analyzed by advanced digital tools and computational tools like artificial intelligence
- Reduces time for exchanging data through image and screen sharing
- Fast image searching & viewing from Pathology or VNA archive
- Supports authentication and user management, enhancing security
- Enables archiving of Whole Slide Image Data with easy and secure data backup options
- User configurable compression settings for efficient transfer and retention
As regulatory and validation issues become resolved and adoption/utilization of digital pathology grows, large amounts of digital tissue data will become available for use by Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML). Deep-learning based image analysis algorithms (for detecting, scoring, tracking markers, etc.) will be utilized to improve the accuracy of pathology review and research, and to shorten overall diagnostic turnaround time.
*Pending FDA approval for primary diagnosis
True Enterprise-class Technology
INFINITT Digital Pathology Solution uses INFINITT Healthcare Platform (IHP) — a standards-based Enterprise Imaging platform that integrates data from multiple specialties– for enhanced interoperability and storage consolidation.
IHP is important because it enables pathologists to follow the entire patient journey. The imaging path of a cancer patient is particularly complex, often involving a range of modalities, file formats and specializations. For multi-disciplinary care, we need a system that can collect and display all types of images and medical data and support the flow of information across the healthcare enterprise.
In addition, IHP has the power to process large pathology datasets at high speed, and includes Information Lifecycle Management (ILM), enabling you to manage the full range of medical information more efficiently.
Another feature, IDPS is built from the ground up to support Artificial Intelligence (AI) for workflow enhancements and image analysis. Implementing digital pathology with AI can facilitate faster, more accurate and more consistent clinical diagnosis.
INFINITT Ophthalmology PACS
INFINITT Ophthalmology PACS is a web-based image management solution that allows you to capture all data from a patient’s visit – no matter what media – and to store, retrieve, view, enhance and print from a single workstation. Integrates seamlessly with your ophthalmology EMR, making images accessible directly from the patient’s chart.
- Acquires images and data directly from new and legacy Ophthalmology devices, converts to DICOM (when needed) and maintains full diagnostic quality. Reduces data entry and enables fast report generation by creating an integrated viewing environment.
- Offers hanging protocols specific to Ophthalmology to ensure the appropriate presentation state for intraocular pressure, fundus, visual field images, etc. System recognizes the user on login and applies his/her desired presets and hanging protocols.
- Supports split screen configuration so you can have the report on one side and images on the other or compare current and prior images to track disease progression, compare right and left eyes, or view two different types of images.
- Adjustable zoom, pan and rotate functions. Ophthalmic image annotation supports your diagnosis, enables you to educate the patient about their condition and improve communications with other healthcare professionals. Annotated images are automatically saved as a separate file rather than overwriting the original file.
- Includes graphical representation with drawing tools, integrated document scanning, CD burner and built-in dictation module
- HIPAA compliant user ID and password protection, secure and encrypted web-protocol, access control and audit trails.
INFINITT RT PACS
A dedicated Radiotherapy Treatment image and data management solution, optimized to streamline workflow for oncologists, physicists, dosimetrists, therapists and nurses. INFINITT RT PACS stores and manages RT plan images and data [via DICOM RT] from disparate treatment planning systems and displays all plan data history from a single system.
Supports CT/ROI, dose distribution information, Digitally Reconstructed Radiography (DRR) images/portal images, Dose Volume Histograms (DVH) and beam information. Provides full 3D display, including axial, sagittal, coronal and VR modes. Provides dose summation and comparison of different plans for quality evaluation. Transfers DICOM RT plan images and information to your EMR or HIS through optional interfaces.
For almost a decade, INFINITT has offered 3D post processing and advanced analytical tools for clinical specialties under the Xelis™ label. Now, in addition to Xelis™, we are able to provide an advanced integration between INFINITT’s enterprise imaging solutions (radiology, cardiology, dental, etc.) and TeraRecon’s vast library of advanced visualization and artificial intelligence (AI) packages. This integration means that physicians can access the Intuition™ packages described below seamlessly from within the INFINITT viewer and save their work with a single sign-on with no disruption in reading workflow.
Supports volume registration and fusion for alignment and comparison of 2D and 3D images from two or more CT, MR, PET, or SPECT data sets for anatomical reference and quantitative study. Features include automatic registration, motion correction and subtraction. Validated findings can be stored for comparison of multiple time points. Comprehensive tools enable the user to describe regions of interest (planar or volumetric) for which various statistical quantities can be obtained: min, max, mean, standard deviation, standard uptake values (SUV) or counts readout for PET data.
CT Head and Neck
Allows neuro-radiologists to perform efficient, accurate measurements of neurology related examinations. Provides a comprehensive set of vascular assessment tools that facilitate bone and vessel removal with advanced editing to support vasculature analysis. Dual data support and time density evaluation: maps include CBF, CBV, MTT, TTP, Tmax, hypoperfusion, mismatch and more. Offers multi-modality image fusion and image subtraction.
Allows radiologists to perform a comprehensive review and analysis of the organs in the abdomen and pelvic region. Additionally, this package enables Radiologists to calculate the volume of organs or regions of interest with histogram output and utilize exportable measurement values for follow-up comparison. Includes dynamic data support, sphere-like structure identification, dynamic image filtering and dual-source data support. Full-function colon flythrough includes automatic multi-volume side-by-side loading and viewing, fly-path creation and editing.
Cardiac Structure Segmentation and Functional Analysis
Provides a simplified approach to complex cardiac analysis and quantification, enabling a radiologist or cardiologist to analyze coronary vessels with automated centerline creation and vessel segmentation. Offers Calcium Scoring with multiple database options, atrium and pulmonary vein analysis for EP planning, and pre-operative evaluation of coronary arteries for plaque and stenosis. Includes embedded geometry for pre-operative virtual stent evaluation.
Provides automated lung segmentation for lung volume measurements with volume histogram output. Offers sphere-like structure identification, comparative tracking options and virtual flythrough, guiding you in visualizing the airway tree.
Provides advanced enhancement and noise reduction with low-dose CT exam images. TeraRecon created the iGENTLE package to improve the effectiveness of 3D image quality. Such images are used internally by the software to improve the performance of the tools used by radiologists. They are not offered as a substitute for the original image however, an additional iGENTLE-filtered series can be created for viewing to improve contouring, segmentation features and centerline accuracy.
Provides an extensive range of patented Intuition™ clinical and workflow tools for interventional radiologists. Includes centerline analysis tools, stent-graft planning, curved planar reformation, analysis and follow-up tools and perspective flythrough.
Provides semi-automated liver segmentation, vascular classification options, multi-cut option for pre-surgical planning, dynamic image filtering with configurable filtering strengths.
Provides an extensive range of clinical and workflow tools for thoracic and pulmonary specialists for quantification of lung volumes. Includes lung and trachea segmentation, lung and lobe volumetric analysis, lung, airway and vessel anatomical fusion, treatment planning simulation and low attenuation.
The Maxillo-Facial package applies the curved planar reformation (CPR) result to generate “panoramic” projections in various planes and of various thicknesses. Cross-sectional multi-planar reconstruction (MPR) may also be generated at set increments along the defined curve plane and used to obtain key measurements to aid in dental implant and surgical planning.
Provides an extensive range of clinical and workflow tools for specialists who utilize 2D, 3D, and 4D MR image sequences. Includes MIP and MRA evaluation with centerline tools, analysis and follow-up tools, time intensity region of interest analysis, parametric mapping of body parts such as breast or prostate, and kinetics, time to peak, time to enhancement and maximum slope evaluation.
Allows for volumetric analysis of ejection fraction, flow dynamics, and temporal enhancement of the myocardium. This advanced visualization solution can support radiologist and cardiologist workflows. Other key features include LV/RV inner and outer contour detection, T1 Mapping, T2/T2* mapping, and AHA 17 segmentation. For dynamic flow studies, multiple regions of interest selection and background noise correction are also supported.
TAVR (Aortic Valve Replacement) Planning
Includes workflow aids for taking measurements needed for planning aortic valve replacement. The TAVR (Vessel Analysis) package provides aortic root segmentation and orientation tools, large multi-series dataset support, centerline pre-processing and extractions, user-definable planning templates and report output.
EVAR (Vessel Analysis) Planning
For specialists performing endovascular aneurysm repair, the EVAR planning package provides pre-generated centerlines, a user-definable planning template, diameter vs. distance and cross-sectional views, straightened view, diameter and length measurements, and embedded vendor-specific report templates.
Volumetric Navigation Package
Allows for 2D, 3D, and 4D viewing, multi-mask editing, configurable workflow creation, measurement toolsets, labeling, image batching, and report generation.
Provides image data pre-processing and 2D batch output with reformation of image data into alternative planes.