Templates play a very important role in the PACS system. Doctors write reports every day. If each report is manually entered, the efficiency will be particularly low. Therefore, report templates appear. When writing reports You can quickly select a report template, and only need to modify it slightly. In addition, to report templates, there will also be barcode templates, which are used to retrieve reports and films through self-service machines. User management is to maintain the doctors who use the system and assign the corresponding department permissions. If PACS is separate and not integrated with HIS, there are generally applications for department maintenance and application for doctor maintenance.
Image reading is the core part of PACS. It is mainly used to provide doctors with access to images and image processing. Most manufacturers have basic functions, such as sequence, rotation, zoom in and zoom out, annotation, window width adjustment, four corner information settings, and positioning lines. , scale, measurement, cropping, pseudo-color, 3D reconstruction a highlight functions, and many manufacturers have not yet implemented them due to technical bottlenecks. The efficiency of reviewing images is also very important. When the special leads patient has hundreds of images, the ability to browse the images smoothly and freely is also a key solution for PACS. For example, the storage method adopts object storage as the team leader.
The modules of the PACS system are basically these. I hope to help students who want to understand medical informatization. The most important thing is to practice medical informatization. Go to the hospital to observe the work process of customers, and communicate with doctors more about their demands. In addition to software functions, the PACS system also interacts with hardware, such as the above-mentioned inspection equipment, and self-service printers, If you want to know more about the content of the PACS system, you are welcome to communicate with me. This article was originally published by Don't wake me up and everyone is a product manager. Reprinting is prohibited without permission.