A. Schlaefke

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The aim of this study was to assess the suitability of a no-cost system based on standard Internet technology components for teleradiology. The system was composed of free software (communication, DICOM viewer, compression) and standard off-the-shelf hardware components. For different image (CR, CT, MR) and network types (LAN and ISDN) the File Transfer,(More)
The aim of this study was to define a clinically suitable personal computer (PC) configuration for Web-based image distribution and to assess the influence of different hard- and software configurations on the performance. Through specially developed software the time-to-display (TTD) for various PC configurations was measured. Different processor speeds,(More)
The aim of this study was to assess the performance of Web-based image distribution when multiple personal computers (PCs) are downloading images simultaneously for different server hardware configurations. Using specially developed software, the time-to-display (TTD) of different image types was measured with up to 16 concurrent PCs for various(More)
The aim of this study was to assess the up- and download performance of an image Web system (IWS) during simultaneous up- and download procedures. Following preparatory tests, the upload capacity (UC) with and without simultaneous download and the time-to-display (TTD) with and without simultaneous upload were determined for different image, server and(More)
PURPOSE To assess different network and security technologies for remote access to a web-based image distribution system of a hospital intranet. MATERIALS AND METHODS Following preparatory testing, the time-to-display (TTD) was measured for three image types (CR, CT, MR). The evaluation included two remote access technologies consisting of direct(More)
BACKGROUND The effect of non-pulsatile, normothermic cardiopulmonary-bypass (CPB) on the splanchnic blood-flow and oxygen-transport, the hepatic function and the gastrointestinal barrier were observed in a prospective observational study in 31 adults undergoing cardiac valve replacement surgery. METHODS The splanchnic (i.e. hepatic) blood-flow (HBF) was(More)
The aim of this study was to develop and verify different methods of measuring time-to-display (TTD) for radiological images with image web systems (IWS). The process should be automatable in order to repeatedly perform a large number of measurements without human interaction. Three methods were defined and compared with respect to usability, stability, and(More)
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