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2D Cardiac Performance Analysis ©
2D CPA © Vendor independent software solution to quantify myocardial function in cardiac 2D ultrasound data Content Clinical Benefits Software Concept Analysis Features Workflow Feature List 2D Cardiac Performance Analysis ©
Clinical Benefits Assessment of regional systolic function Identification of mechanical dyssynchrony of opposite wall segments Enhanced visualization for wall motion analysis Improvement of diagnostic confidence in CRT diagnostic with 2D tool 2D Cardiac Performance Analysis ©
Software Concept Data acquisition 2D contour Image processing Analysis Standard 2D sequence Time to Peak Analysis 2D Cardiac Performance Analysis ©
Additional measurements Volume Area Components longitudinal radial rotational/circumferential Analysis Features 2D Contour Main analysis velocity displacement strain and strain rate Time to Peak Analysis velocity displacement strain and strain rate 2D Cardiac Performance Analysis ©
Workflow Step 1) Set R wave position and select sequence length 2D Cardiac Performance Analysis ©
Workflow Step 2) Draw initial contour start speckle tracking algorithm 2D Cardiac Performance Analysis ©
Workflow Step 3) Main velocity strain displacement Analysis 2D Cardiac Performance Analysis ©
Workflow Step 4) Time to Peak Analysis 2D Cardiac Performance Analysis ©
Workflow Step 5) While leaving 2D CPA the Time to Peak results are transfered to Image Arena and are available for reports 2D Cardiac Performance Analysis ©
Feature List Fast, easy and intuitive workflow Independent from ultrasound system Versatile tracking algorithms for angle independent analysis Endo- and Epicard Analysis Display of velocity, displacement, strain Analysis of longitudinal, radial and circumferential components Time to Peak Analysis following the ASE 16-segment model Graphs, Parametric display and numeric results 2D Cardiac Performance Analysis ©
2D CPA © For further questions, please contact: TomTec Imaging Systems Headquarters Munich, Germany Tel.: Toll Free USA: August, D Cardiac Performance Analysis ©
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