Sectra Vessel Analysis

Improve diagnosis, reporting, surgical planning and follow-up of vascular diseases

Sectra’s Vessel Analysis application supports the diagnosis, reporting, surgical planning and follow-up of vascular diseases such as stenosis evaluation and EVAR planning. The solution makes it easy to measure vessel diameter and length as well as the degree of stenosis. Measurements, annotations and rotations, etc., can easily be stored using bookmarks, enabling efficient consultations and follow-up.

Fully integrated with Sectra PACS

The solution is tightly integrated with Sectra PACS, enabling an efficient reading workflow. Sectra Vessel Analysis reduces the need to launch and log on to other third-party software.

Sectra’s Vessel Analysis application is part of a broad portfolio of advanced visualization applications, all available directly from Sectra PACS.

Now we can provide an exact grade of stenosis in a matter of 30–60 seconds.

Associate Professor at the Department of Neuroradiology, Skåne University Hospital, Sweden

Key features

  • Automatic length and diameter calculation
  • Automatic degree-of-stenosis calculation based on normal lumen above and/or below stenosis according to the NASCET method
  • Semi-automatic centerline calculation with cross-sectional and straightened vessel rendering layouts
  • Curved planar reconstruction (CPR) of the vessels

Consolidation

Consolidated imaging

This solution is part of Sectra’s enterprise imaging portfolio.

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High availability

At Sectra, high availability is at the core of everything we do.

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24/7 support

Our customer-focused service and support engineers are at your disposal—24/7.

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