Health Science Research Institute in North of Thailand to install VEPRO PACS solution

Pfungstadt 30 June 2004Since June 2004 the VEPRO AG with its VEPRO PACS is present for the first time also in the North of Thailand. There it could completely convince the Health Science Research Institute of the Naresuan university in Phitsanulok with their clever PACS solution. As international IT provider with over 25 years experience, VEPRO is an expert for digital information systems.


"Today modern medicine requires fastidious digital solutions, which are simple in the handling, maximally optimize the diagnostics and work flow and thus reduce costs", according to the VEPRO AG. "We decided in favour of an excellent system", explained Mr. Weerawat, director of the radiology department, "which units all technical advantages of a modern PACS with a flexible solution economically."

For the hospital the investment-safe archive solution with an ultramodern on-line RAID server, which can be set up on to 128 Terabyte, as well as the clinic wide image distribution solution between the radiology and the cardiology is of special importance. Images, films and findings are available in seconds - well protected against unauthorized access by a security concept - in the entire hospital on all workstations.

Intensive project plannings preceded the individual solution, a large advantage, because after just a few days the PACS is connected completely to all subsystems and existing modalities such as ultrasound, cath lab and CR systems and immediately ready for use. In order to guarantee trouble-free working in the hospital during the entire installation, the VEPRO service technicians installed the system in the weekend and guaranteed also during this time all operational sequences in the hospital.

The decision for the VEPRO PACS was unanimously welcomed both by the hospital administration and by the specialists of the radiology and cardiology. "VEPRO with its PACS offers a sensational price performance ratio and the software MEDIMAGE is user-friendly and very simple to use."

Leslie Versweyveld

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