In a recent study sponsored by the Population Health Research Institute at McMaster University and funded by a grant-in-aid from Biosense Webster, a randomized trial showed that patients with paroxysmal atrial fibrillation who underwent pulmonary vein isolation with radiofrequency ablation had a significantly lower risk of a first recurrence of atrial fibrillation, atrial flutter, or atrial tachyarrhythmia compared to drug therapy.

This is exciting news in the study of cardiology. As more advances are made, physicians are demanding more powerful tools for the interpretation of imaging to provide quantitative data to document outcomes. Studycast is proud to announce that is has just released two new SmartWorksheets™ that can help physicians improve patient care. The two new SmartWorksheets™ are Post Ablation and Venous Insufficiency and are now available to all Studycast users.

These worksheets are used to complete reports for the ultrasound exams performed before and after an ablation procedure. They are unique in that they provide the diagrams often completed by a sonographer who would traditionally color in a printout, but these interactive diagrams allow segments of the veins to be ‘colored’ with a click and thus provide quantitative data that can be used for analyzing data in the future.

Contact us for details on these exciting new worksheets and how they can work for you!

Benefits for Cardiologists

All Studycast® reporting templates meet ASNC/ICANL requirements for Nuclear Cardiology. Studycast® allows cardiologists to transmit and view ultrasound images anywhere with internet access. It creates complete, professional reports that include study images with just a few clicks, and those images can be shared with patients right in the office, on any device, including an iPad.

Studycast® is scalable, flexible, vendor-neutral, and compatible with all ultrasound equipment manufacturers. It’s a complete IT solution without the headache of managing IT.

Learn how Studycast® can work for you. Schedule a Demo or call (919) 277-0636!