The kodak approach to digital cardiovascular imaging laboratories

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Abstract

Cine film had been a global standard in the cardiac catheterization lab for the acquisition, archive, review and exchange for decades. The advent of digital imaging in the cath lab heightened the desire to store cath procedure images in a digital format. The issues related to the development of a digital exchange standard, the data capacities and data rates, lossless and lossy compression, and techniques to obtain digital image data from the lab are discussed. In addition, Kodak's approach to cine film replacement with digital systems is described.

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