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suiteHEART® software

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suiteHEART® software incorporates an intuitive, easy-to-use interface for reviewing and reporting cardiac magnetic resonance images. Review multiple exams, series and images through an optimized viewer specifically designed for cardiac MR.

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Compatible with

  • XenApp 7.0
  • XenApp 7.1
  • XenApp 7.5
  • XenApp 7.6
  • XenApp 7.7
  • XenApp 7.8
  • XenDesktop 7.0
  • XenDesktop 7.1
  • XenDesktop 7.5
  • XenDesktop 7.6
  • XenDesktop 7.7
  • XenDesktop 7.8

Compatibility

  • Citrix Virtual Desktops (XenDesktop)
  • Citrix Virtual Apps (XenApp)

Product Details

suiteHEART® software incorporates an intuitive, easy-to-use interface for reviewing and reporting cardiac magnetic resonance images. Review multiple exams, series and images through an optimized viewer specifically designed for cardiac MR. suiteHEART® software provides comprehensive analysis tools and user-customizable reporting for various applications and offers multi-vendor platform support.

Minimum System Requirements (Citrix Multiuser Environment)

  • Windows 2012 R2 Server or Windows Server 2016 Standard Edition (64 bit versions)
  • Citrix XenApp 7.7 or higher
  • Video card*(NVIDIA); 8GB RAM (minimum), minimum of 1664 CUDA Cores, support for OpenGL 4.0 and support for 1920 x 1080 resolution or higher
  • Monitor shall support 1920 x 1080 resolution or higher
  • Minimum 64GB memory 
  • Available hard drive space minimum 25GB 
  • Recommended video card(s); NVIDIA Quadro P4000 or P5000

General Features 

  • Intuitive, easy-to-use interface. 
  • Fully automated preprocessing of ventricular function, flow and delayed enhancement. 
  • Image review tools including a study viewer and compare mode. 
  • Image manipulation settings such as window/level, cine, zoom, pan and rotation persist through the review session and are saved automatically. 
  • User defined normal values for volumetric results can be specified by age, BSA, weight, or gender. 
  • Flexible report format with options to include History, Technique, and Impression, as well as tables for measurements, polar plots, graphs, and images. 
  • Customized reporting macros that can automatically populate with measured and calculated values. 
  • Report export as a PDF or DICOM file which can be archived and viewed on PACS. 
  • Images and cines export as AVI, GIF, Quicktime, JPEG, TIFF and PNG. 
  • Automatic generation of a report database which can be searched based on user defined parameters. 
  • DICOM connectivity supported by suiteDXT, which manages networking and storage of patient studies for analysis by suiteHEART® Software. 
  • Both unlimited and per-case limited licensing agreements are available. 
  • Multi-vendor compatible.

Function Analysis

  • Allows for manual and automated segmentation of the left and right ventricles.
  • Auto-segmentation optionally includes or excludes papillary muscles and trabeculations. Auto-segmentation can be applied to all phases and slices, or it can be configured to apply automatically to a subset of images, such as for example, only end-diastole and end-systole.
  • Manual nudge tool for ROI editing. Edits update on adjacent cardiac phases after reinitiating auto segmentation.
  • While editing ROIs, the user has the option of viewing a cine of the slice or a cross-referenced perpendicular image.
  • Automatic definition of the left ventricular and right ventricular base can be optionally performed on a perpendicular long axis cine series.
  • Measures and calculates routine cardiac chamber parameters such as ejection fraction, stroke volume, end-diastolic and endsystolic volumes, cardiac output and myocardial mass.
  • Matrix mode allows the user to explicitly specify the end-diastolic and end-systolic phases on a slice-by-slice basis.
  • Full left ventricular regional analysis for wall motion, wall thickness and percent thickening with results displayed in graph, polar plot and tabular formats.
  • Quantification of left ventricular dyssynchrony using temporal uniformity of wall thickening.
  • Calculation of the instantaneous aortic transvalvular pressure gradient using the Hakki equation and user defined inputs of planimetered aortic valve area and LV volume versus time curve.
  • Fast left ventricular, left atrial, and right atrial volumes can be determined from one or more cine images using the modified Simpsons rule.
  • Strain Analysis* based on feature tracking for SSFP and DENSE images. *Strain Analysis is an Investigational Device: Claims have not been evaluated by the FDA. Use persuant to company instruction and research agreenment. NeoSoft, LLC proprietary and confidential.

Flow Analysis

  • Automated and manual vessel segmentation with ROI editing.
  • Graphical outputs include instantaneous flow, peak velocity, positive and negative flow.
  • Semiautomatic calculation of regurgitant fraction, Pressure Half-Time, Peak PG, Mean PG and Qp/Qs.
  • Retrospective adjustment of velocity encoding value to correct for aliasing at acquisition. 
  • Three flow baseline correction methods, including automatic phase error, phantom and background ROI.

Myocardium Evaluation Analysis 

  • Automated and manual segmentation.
  • Provides semi-automatic tools to identify regions of high signal intensity using a Full Width Half Max (FWHM) or 2-7 SD algorithms.
  • Provides semi-automatic tools to identify regions of edema on black blood imaging techniques using a 2 SD algorithm with image normalization.
  • Infarct mass, percent infarct mass, edema mass, Salvage mass and Signal Intensity Ratio results.
  • Quantify regions representing microvascular obstruction (MVO).
  • Manual pixel editing tools with user adjustable thresholding.
  • Results can be displayed in a 16 segment polar plot or slice-by-slice format.
  • Polar plots can be displayed in continuous color-scale (transmurality), or in discrete levels with a user specified threshold (e.g. >50%).

Time Course Analysis 

  • Supports the analysis of signal intensity versus time curves for the calculation of semi-quantitative indices of myocardial time course images such as slope, maximum slope, signal intensity ratio, peak and arrival time.
  • Endocardial and epicardial regions of interest with image contour registration using a cross correlation algorithm.
  • Results can be displayed as a pixel-wise color-overlay on the image with an adjustable transparency for easy visualization.
  • Semi-quantitative results can be displayed on the image in 16 segments with the transmural assessment option.

Patent Foramen Ovale Analysis 

  • Create signal intensity versus time curves from user defined regions of interest.

T1 Mapping 

  • Calculate T1 relaxation times for native and post images.
  • Pixel-wise colormaps and polar plot display.
  • ECV quantification.

T2 Mapping 

  • Calculate T2 signal decay results.
  • Two or three parameter fit options.
  • Pixel-wise colormaps and polar plot display.

T2Star Analysis 

  • Calculate T2* and R2* results.
  • Two or three parameter fit options.
  • R2* pixel-wise colormaps. 

3D Viewer / 4D Flow  

  • Dedicated local “real-time” application which supports oblique reformatting of 3D and 4D image types.
  • Displays interactive 4D flow (3D plus color coded velocity overlay).
  • Conventional interactive view control tools for image manipulation and linear measurements.
  • Surface, MIP and MINIP render modes.
  • Create post-processed MIP reformats from 3D or 4D image types.
  • Retrospectively create conventional single-slice or multi-slice multi-phase cine images for use in functional analysis.
  • Retrospectively create conventional single-slice or multi-slice multi-phase phase contrast images for use in flow analysis.
  • Automatic phase error correction for 4D flow.

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