West Lebanon, NH (Vocus/PRWEB) February 23, 2011
M2S, Inc., a leading provider of medical image and clinical data analysis services, announced today that the company has reached a new milestone, having evaluated over 200,000 radiographic scans of aortic aneurysms.
As the pioneer in advanced vascular 3D imaging, M2S has set the standard for pre-operative endovascular repair planning and post-operative surveillance. For each scan M2S processes, an interactive 3D model, anatomic measurements and static images are created for access by physicians throughout the world. This data is available via M2S’s PEMS®, Patient Evaluation and Management web-based registry, giving physicians 24/7 access to longitudinal tracking of patient images and measurements, as well as customizable alerts on post-operative outcomes, such as aneurysm volume, stent migration, and endoleak presence. To optimize outcomes, M2S’s Preview® software provides accurate and efficient pre-operative treatment planning tools for abdominal and thoracic aortic aneurysms, a key component of which is M2S’s patented Virtual Graft™ technology, which allows physicians to visualize their patient’s aortic aneurysm with manufacturer-specific stent grafts prior to surgery.
M2S has also been awarded a Granite State Technology Innovation Grant from the New Hampshire Innovation Research Center for increasing the quality and efficiencies of its vascular 3D imaging process. M2S is committed to providing quality systems and services that will improve vascular patient outcomes and reduce health care costs, by improving clinical trials, optimizing imaging tools, and fostering quality improvement in vascular surgery.
About M2S, Inc.
M2S provides medical image and data management services designed to improve patient outcomes through clinical data registries, advanced image analysis and aortic device clinical trials. M2S is the leading provider of AAA and TAA 3D case planning and patient management tools, enabling physicians and researchers to more accurately determine treatment strategies and achieve better outcomes. For the past 10 years, M2S has worked with leading academic centers and medical device manufacturers, managing under protocol, millions of images from around the globe. For more information, visit http://www.m2s.com.