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Specializing In Used X-Ray And Used C-Arms

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OnLine eVPX Viewing

next-generation viewer


The ROGAN eVPX is the next generation diagnostic and review workstation. Configurable in multiple ways, the "View Pro-X(treme)" can be equipped with High Resolution monitors in order to suit the needs of the user. Images are available in milliseconds, making the solution one of the fastest currently available. Speed is essential in PACS and with almost four hundred systems installed, Rogan has proven to be a very reliable partner on the way to a fully digital department or hospital.

specific worklists
optimization of the study


The design of specific worklists ("PACS Views") is easy, giving the user a powerful tool for quickly selecting those relevant studies available in the archive. Of course, having a VPX workstation close to the modality gives the user immediate access to all previous patient information, allowing optimization of the study.

intuitive interface


Designed with input from clinical users, the eVPX offers a simple user interface based on a Windows Outlook "Look and Feel". The new user interface comes with highly customizable toolbars, and many other configurable items. Using intuitive tool buttons, functions can be automated and simple commands allow studies to be viewed in optimized layouts, thereby improving diagnostic efficiency. All major functionality can be placed under so called "Short Cut Keys", preventing RSI (Repetitive Strain Injury) and speeding up the system.

next-generation workstation
customizable viewer


As you would expect from a High-End next-generation workstation, the ROGAN eVPX offers a comprehensive list of functions required for diagnostic purposes. Functions are Window/Level, Zoom, Pan, Cine, Stack mode for MS-CT and MR images, Scout-lines and many more. It is possible to further extend functionality to create Ortho Pro-II, a specialized Orthopaedic workstation (see separate datasheet).


When using the ROGAN eVPX in a hospital environment, there will be many different users, each with their own specific requirements. The software can be customized for each user, excluding unnecessary features, or prohibiting certain users access to certain functionality. When a user logs on to the system, his personal preferences and settings are automatically presented. Another feature are the customizable Hanging Protocols, allowing the user for creating their way of viewing image data.

hanging protocols


The ROGAN eVPX can be extended with a Quality Control, Orthopedic and/or Mammography screening package. This next generation viewing solution provides all functionality on every level within the enterprise.


ROGAN eVPX can support a large number of modalities, making the workstation not only suitable for Radiology, but also for other departments that deal with medical images, such as Pathology, Medical Photography, Endoscopy, Nuclear Medicine etc. Even for demanding applications such as Spiral CT, functional MRI or X-Ray Angiography, ROGAN eVPX is capable of displaying large studies (uncompressed!) without any speed related display issues. In short, the eView Pro-X is the workhorse for your medical image viewing applications throughout the entire hospital regardless if your hospital has one or multiple locations.

multiple modalities


  • State-of-the-art technology providing next-generation PACS solutions
  • Patient information always available for optimized workflow
  • Full options (Excl. 3D, Mammo & Ortho)
  • Built-in mini-PACS archive (50 GB)
  • Mini-PACS capabilities
  • An on-demand growth path for your organization
  • Improved data management
  • Affordable with a fast return of investment
  • A no-budget solution by use of our pay-per-study offering!
  • Re-use of hardware investments

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