The organ-graphics guide you intuitively through your examination and allow you to collect and save the findings in a structured way. Clearly structured input masks facilitate indication, anamnesis and sonography of the organs. By taking over biometric data from your ultrasound device, you can save a considerable amount of time that you can invest in caring for your patients.
With the help of the breast ultrasound, you can interactively diagnose the sketch of the breast. Previous findings can be transferred to the system unchanged. The 2D view for the documentation of diagnostic interventions and the graphical comparison of previous findings contribute to well-founded decision-making. Integrating the ultrasound findings directly into the documentation makes it easier for you to get a quick overview of the structured findings.
Clearly structured input masks support you and ensure quick and easy documentation. The direct recording of findings with the help of the traffic light function is just as possible as the differentiated presentation of findings.
For illustration, the findings can be drawn in a schematic graphic. Configurable formulations of text modules allow adaptations to the clinic's internal language use.
The images transmitted by the ultrasound device are saved for the patient. Findings from previous control visits can be adopted unchanged.
The integration of an image management system via frame grabbing or DICOM connection completes the NEXUS / GYNAECOLOGY module. NEXUS / GYNAECOLOGY is the ideal complement to NEXUS / OBSTETRICS.
Your benefits at a glance:
- Graphic documentation of findings
- Integrated image and measurement data transfer
- Flexibly adaptable to user needs
- Automated report creation
- Optional connection to NEXUS / OBSTETRICS
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Christine Gärtner & Team
(Andrea Stegmann, Pouria Zadeh und Mathis Klapper)
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. Get in touch with us and we will talk about your individual case.
NEXUS / WOMEN’S HEALTHCARE
Hanauer Landstraße 293
60314 Frankfurt am Main
Tel.: +49 69-583004-200