Canvas Dicom Printer1.00
Canvas Dicom Printer is a practical and reliable piece of software that provides you with a simple means of printing any document you want directly to your Picture Archive or even Capture System.
Considering that it functions like any regular printer, the application also enables you to print directly into a patients record.
Annotate and edit your print jobs
Canvas Dicom Printer is a virtual printer program that comes in handy for users who need to preview and annotate the print job, then save the current document into the PACS system.
PACS (a short term that stands for Picture Archiving and Communication System) is a medical imaging technology, mostly used by doctors who need to store and access, as well as transfer DICOM files with ease.
Compared to other products of its kind, the program enables you to edit or export a copy of the current print job before storing the PDF document in your medical system.
Upload multiple PDF files to a patient’s record
What’s quite interesting about this application is that it comes with two modes of operation. It can function as a DICOM printer, as well as a DICOM PDF Storage utility. On this manner, you are able to quickly submit several documents on your storage and secure them against unauthorized users.
Additionally, you are able to specify basic information about each patient such as name, accession number, study description, procedure details and manufacturer.
Save your encapsulated DICOM files to PACS system
Canvas Dicom Printer provides you with two possibilities of saving your documents. You can either export them to a specific folder into your computer, or simply transfer them to your pre-defined PACS system.
The ‘Store’ button, located in the main toolbar, displays all of the available files. Once you press ‘Submit’, the program will immediately contact the DICOM server, then save your PDF documents.
An easy way to print DICOM files and edit patient’s information
To wrap it up, Canvas Dicom Printer proves to be an effective solution when it comes to uploading multiple existing PDF documents to the PACS system, printing multiple DICOM files and editing each patient’s data.