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The PACS software and hardware system developed by NIPK Electron Co. is designed for reliable and safe storage of medical images and data. The system allows combining digital diagnostic equipment of various manufacturers and generating unified image archives. The access to images of diagnostic quality can be obtained from any operator’s automated workstation connected to the system, including remote access, using “Thin client” workstations (based on the Web Viewer web client).

The integrated innovative solution of the Company allows considerable enhancement of the efficiency of use of digital diagnostic systems, diagnostics quality, and timeliness.


  The system provides for storage and transfer of medical data obtained as per DICOM protocol from the following modalities:

  • Digital radiography (DX)
  • Computed radiography (CR)
  • Linear computed tomography (DX, CR)
  • Radiofluoroscopy (RF)
  • Mammography (MG)
  • Computed tomography (CT)
  • Magnet resonance imaging (MR)
  • Angiography (XA)
  • Positron emission tomography (PET)
  • Ultrasound (US)

Contains all the tools necessary for working with images for radiologists and clinicians.

Provides for a possibility to view, process and analyze different modality images at a singe operator’s automated workstation. Allows generating protocols and consultations for the examination in electronic form. Provides protected web access to images of diagnostic quality via any standard web browser (based on HTML 5).

Provides for simple and fast search of the patients and examinations by different parameters. Allows to send images to specialist radiologists for consultation. Makes it possible to record a medical disc for viewing using any computer, as well as to print images, protocols, and consultations using medical or office printers.

The configuration can include radiologist’s and clinician’s automated workstations. Radiologists’ automated workstations can be fitted out with color medical high-resolution monitors providing for image quality required for diagnostics.

An additional office monitor allows working with the examination log and electronic protocols reducing the visual load.