miniIRIS software

If you have diagnostic equipment, miniIRIS should be an inseparable program that will help you use it in your cabinet or clinic.

miniIRIS:

  • recorde
  • capture
  • process
  • allows you to:
    -browsing,
    -share,
    -archiving diagnostic images.

What do you get with miniIRIS?

  • Increased accuracy of the diagnosis
    With filters, you can extract information that is not visible on the original images captured by the device.
    Depending on the type of imaging tissue, imaging mode and imaging devices, different filter settings are used to best extract relevant information.
    It is recommended that the operator be familiar with experimenting with filtering effects.
  • Security of collected data
    Database archiving protects you from accidental loss in the event of a failure. The Archiver allows you to make a copy of the database and the captured medical data. Copies of the above files will be saved at the location indicated by the user on the local disk or local network and (optionally) on the CD / DVD.
  • More efficient working time
    With the ability to search the database in the patient directory, there is no need to enter patient data at every visit.By reporting each visit to the system, it will be easier to monitor changes.

Features

Recording diagnostic images as photos and video:

Registering diagnostic images as photographs and videos e.g.: from the endoscope, microscope, videocolposcope, slit lamp, ultrasound:

  • Saving and reading images in various formats (TIFF, JPEG, BMP, PNG, GIF),
  • Saving a video sequence on a computer’s hard drive and then editing selected frames
  • Control – with the help of the foot switch – of medical devices or digital cameras placed in optical pathways of e.g.: slit lamp, fundus camera, videocolposcope, hysteroscope, colposcope, ultrasound, etc.
  • Reviewing and analyzing images at the review stations (in the consultation cabinet) independently of the device (in the examination room)

 

Tool menu for images contains:

  • Digital filter
    -Cobalt filter
    -Red filter
    -Green filter
    -Blue filter
    -Grayscale
  • Histogram stretching
  • Negative
  • Sharpening
  • Smoothing
  • Edge detection
  • Median
  • Zoom out -10%
  • Zoom in +10%
  • Manual zoom
  • Zoom description
  • Automatic zoom (to the size of window)
  • Original size (100%)
  • Brightness settings
  • Contrast settings
  • Channel saturation settings
  • Original image orientation
  • 90° clockwise revolution
  • 180° revolution
  • 90° anti-clockwise revolution
  • Saving modified image as a new file

 

Keeping records of patients:

  • Introducing, editing and viewing of personal data
  • Information about saved photos and videos and dates of realisation
  • Database search by criteria: name, ID, patient card number, visit date, saved medical images and video

 

DICOM / PACS HL7 Module (optional)

DICOM, HL7 – are the standards for electronic medical information sharing. By using IRIS software you can exchange results with HIS hospital systems.

 

Ability to create reports:

  • containing the most important diagnostic images from several medical devices
  • created from subsequent visits

In the print preview, there are several options available:

  • Print and change print settings
  • Save in the program
  • Burn to CD / DVD
  • Send report by email (internet connection required)
  • Save to disk in PDF format
  • Save to disk in the format you prefer
  • Edit in appearance

 

Additional modules for miniIRIS (optional):

Digital camera operation module (CANON)

enables setting chosen parameters of the camera directly in the miniIRIS application and then taking an image and saving it in selected patient’s records

Digital camera operation module (standards: FireWire, USB 2.0)

enables setting of selected digital camera parameters directly in the miniIRIS software

 

Additional equipment

For a desktop PC:

  • internal video card
  • foot switch to capture images (facilitates freezing and saving frames as well as switching to “live” preview)

 

For a notebook:

  • external video card
  • footswitch to freeze images (facilitates freezing and saving frames as well as switching to “live” preview) 

 

Hardware and system requirements

Minimum requirements:

  • processor 1.6 GHz
  • 4 GB RAM
  • LCD 19″ or higher
  • operating system: Windows 7/8.1/10

 

Recommended requirements:

  • processor 2.6 GHz
  • 8 GB RAM
  • LCD 21.5″ or higher
  • operating system: Windows 7/8.1/10