08 Sep Merge eMed adds 3D fetal imaging software
West Allis, Wis. – The medical imaging software and services company Merge eMed, a Merge Healthcare company, has launched, Baby Explorer, a 3D fetal imaging software application, the company announced Wednesday.
Baby Explorer, created by Cedara Software, also a Merge Healthcare company, is an ultrasound plug-in application for generating advanced 3D fetal images. Running on a standard PC, Baby Explorer complements existing ultrasound devices by enabling technologists to easily generate 3D fetal images from 2D clips, the company said in its announcement.
It said Baby Explorer provides volume rendering that enables the anatomical features of the baby to be seen using simple controls. Baby Explorer supports multiple image types, and exports images that can be printed on standard printers or saved on CD-ROMs, giving users the ability to provide expectant parents with 3D fetal pictures as a part of their ultrasound exam.
A free trial of the software is available for download at www.merge.com.