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China's Jinma Famous Information Technology Releases 3D Medical Imaging System

Wed, 06/06/2012 - 5:45am
The Associated Press

Jiangsu province, China-based high technology company Jinma Yangming Information Technology Co.,Ltd. has officially released a world-leading 3D medical imaging post-processing system at its headquarters in Changzhou National Hi-Tech District. In addition, the company has also launched a next-generation regional medical imaging information product, the IPAD remote diagnosis system.

Jinma Yangming Information Technology's 3D post-processing system uses 2D graphics, including computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and ultrasonography (US), as imaging sources, in tandem with a computer graphics learning algorithm to recreate 3D simulation images that intuitively display body organs, and, in particular, inner surface anatomy and pathological changes of body lumens, as a tool for disease diagnosis, 3D positioning, simulation operations and interventional therapies, among others.

With the system's advanced 3D volume rendering (VR), operators can adjust tissue transparency in real time and show metal implants and atherosclerotic plaques as well as other objects contained in tissues, providing the clinician or diagnostician with a highly enhanced sense of spacing. The 3D VR eliminates outline sketches of tissues, greatly simplifying the operating process. Renal pelvis, ureters and bladders are displayed through deboning, cutting and rotating, while preserving images of the spine and pelvis. Organs and bones associated with the urinary system can be distinguished with different colors. Tumors of various systems and organs enhanced by contrast media can serve to bring together the images of bones, vessels and soft tissues simultaneously in one 3D image, accurately positioning the tumors and allowing for the identifying of the status of the progression of the disease and the degree to which surrounding tissues, organs and vessels have been affected, including the degree of invasion and translocation. The processed image can be rotated so that the diseased area can by observed by the operator from any angle, allowing for a more comprehensive analysis. The images can be clipped, cut, drilled and made into automated films to clearly reveal the hidden parts of the lesion, providing more abundant image information so that clinicians can provide much more accurate diagnoses.

Founded in 2004, Jiangsu Jinma Yangming Information Technology has already grown into the largest research, development and manufacturing facility for medical device software in Jiangsu province. The company has received the designations of "High-tech Enterprise in Jiangsu Province" and "Software Enterprise in Jiangsu Province" as well as ISO 9001 Certification and CMMI level 3 certification. In addition, it has obtained the registration certificates for the medical devices it produces as well as the license to produce medical devices as required by the local authorities. The firm has established long-term cooperation and software outsourcing relationships with major global players including Siemens, GE, Philips and IBM, and has had its products successfully adopted by over 800 organizations across China.

The company services hospitals and patients via its scientifically innovative business model. The remote features allow for access to the images at every level of China's healthcare information network including at the regional, hospital, hospital department and single product level. The remote regional imaging diagnosis system with its unique sharing and training features is the first of its kind in the country and the only regional centralized remote imaging diagnosis system that has been deployed to date in Jiangsu province.

SOURCE Changzhou National Hi-Tech District -0- 06/06/2012 /CONTACT: Wang Zhongliang, +86-519-8512-7305, w_zongliang@sohu.com CO: Changzhou National Hi-Tech District; Jinma Famous Information Technology ST: China IN: MEQ STW CPR SU: PDT PRN -- CN15502 -- 0000 06/06/2012 13:00:00 EDT http://www.prnewswire.c

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