DICOM has become the standard in multi-computer and multi-location veterinary diagnostic image sharing. The documents below detail specific DICOM how-to capabilities. Click the guides below you would like to reference.
This conformance statement specifies the compliance of EponaTech’s Metron family of software products to the DICOM standard Version 3.0.
DICOM Print was supported as a beta feature in release 6.08. DICOM Print can be used to print between 1 and 12 images per page in a “fit to page” style.
A DICOM file is a combination of patient data and high fidelity image that is often too big to e-mail as an attachment. Metron offers the option to export one or more images to the DICOM format. After export you can share with colleagues, referral practices, etc. via Internet cloud folders like Dropbox.
Every veterinary practice these days will have an active Practice Information Management Software (PIMS) program. The PIMS is responsible for invoicing, medical records, and client communications.
Metron can be used to create CDs or DVDs containing DICOM images in the format required by the Keeneland Repository