Inobitec DICOM Viewer software product is intended for viewing, analyzing and printing medical data obtained from various DICOM equipment (modality). The product is deployed on diagnostic workstations and integrated with PACS servers. The DICOM Viewer propels the capabilities of diagnostics to a new level that cannot be achieved using films and other hard media, and makes it possible to detect pathological conditions timely and efficiently, predict their development and plan their elimination.
Inobitec DICOM Viewer software product and installer does not:
After uninstalling you do not need to restore your operating system and browser settings. Uninstalling is free of charge. Uninstalling does not adversely affect the operation of the computer and installed software. Files not related to the DICOM Viewer are not removed and changed after uninstalling. The DICOM Viewer functionality, installing, uninstalling, licensing are fully described in this User Manual on the website inobitec.com. License Agreement is available from the link https://inobitec.com/eng/about/viewerLic/.
The DICOM Viewer is available in two editions:
The edition of the DICOM Viewer which is recorded on the disk and the memory card contains minimal functionality for viewing studies by patients.
Starting from version 1.11.0, specialized modules can additionally be connected to the Pro edition. Such modules are licensed and paid for separately. The main functionality remains available in the Pro edition. In the User Manual the description of additional functionality is marked with the symbol "(ADD)".
If the functionality is not available in the current edition, then a corresponding warning appears. It indicates in which edition the functionality is available.
32-bit and 64-bit builds are available for Windows operating systems. 64-bit builds are available For Linux and macOS. You can install only a 32-bit build of the program on a computer with a 32-bit operating system, and any build on a computer with 64-bit one, but it is recommended to install 64-bit, since it uses computer resources more efficiently. The functionality that requires a large amount of RAM is available only in 64-bit builds.