Xcelera

Xcelera

Xcelera is one access point to optimize cardiovascular care workflow
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Xcelera is an integrated multi-modality image management system for cardiovascular information. It provides access to multiple applications within a single flexible workspace which can be implemented in multiple locations throughout your hospital and across multi-sites.

Xcelera improves clinical workflow by providing a single access point for advanced clinical applications, multi-modality images and reports. It interfaces with advanced quantification tools within a broad spectrum of modules, suitable for multiple cardiovascular specialties including:

-Echocardiography
-Catheterization
-Electrophysiology
-Cardiovascular
-X-Ray
-Nuclear Medicine
-Computed Tomography
-Magnetic Resonance Imaging
-ElectroCardiography

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