ProMedica takes its responsibility to this goal very seriously, and has adopted best-in-class imaging technologies to enhance diagnostic certainty at the earliest stages of detection by acquiring Barco Coronis Uniti™ display systems.
Radiologists are reaping the rewards of the Coronis Uniti’s superior image quality as they diagnose various forms of cancer. The display’s ultra brightness and color accuracy help reveal subtle artifacts with sharp definition, and clearly delineate detail in ultrasounds to improve interpretation.
“With the Coronis Uniti, we can catch more ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) lesions, indicating the earliest form of potential breast cancer. The sooner we can begin treatment, the better our opportunity for a successful outcome,” comments Dr. Robin Shermis, Medical Director, ProMedica Breast Care and member of Toledo Radiological Associates.
The Coronis Uniti also decreases set-up, testing and calibration time by employing Barco’s MediCal QAWeb service: “With fewer monitors, I can complete QA in less time, maintaining precise DICOM and color calibration, consistent brightness, and other clinical parameters,” comments medical physicist Sven Gallo.