Medical device Imaging Companies

In the history of the Department of Pattern Recognition, the Chimaera GmbH is the first spin-off company with certified quality management system (ISO 9001, ISO 13485) and a CE approval for their medical FusionSync. FusionSync support in the diagnosis three-dimensional medical images at different times. It is an innovative software that allows the spatial alignment of multiple images, a direct comparison of medical information. So far, comparable high-end technologies were reserved only for the high price of the commercial sector in medical imaging. However, the company aims Chimaera GmbH with their product based off of OsiriX PRO (aycan Digital GmbH, Würzburg), especially on the area of ​​resident physicians and low-cost viewing stations.

The company Chimaera GmbH was founded 2007 as a spin-off of the Department of Pattern Recognition, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg by Dr. V. Daum, Dr. D. Hahn, Dr. M. Pruemmer and the Chair of Prof. Dr. J. Hornegger. The company is engaged in the development of medical image processing software for its own products and services. Through close cooperation with the Chair of Pattern Recognition, the Chimaera GmbH is able to transfer proceedings from the latest research into certified medical products and services.

As the first spin-off corporation in the history of the Pattern Recognition Lab, Chimaera GmbH has successfully certified its quality management system (ISO 9001, ISO 13485) and developed a CE-certified medical device called FusionSync. FusionSync Provides support in the diagnosis of three-dimensional medical images acquired at different times. It is an innovative softwarethat Allows a direct comparison of medical content based on a spatial alignment of multiple images. Up to now, Comparable high-end technologies have been reserved for the high cost of commercial medical imaging sector. Chimaera, HOWEVER, targets Mainly resident physicians and low-cost imaging workstations with its product being based on OsiriX PRO (aycan Digital GmbH, Würzburg).

The company Chimaera GmbH was founded 2007 as a spin-off of the Pattern Recognition Lab at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg by Dr. V. Daum, Dr. D. Hahn, Dr. M. Pruemmer and the head of the chair Prof. Dr. J. Hornegger. The company Develops medical imaging software for own products and services as. Through its close collaboration with the Pattern Recognition Lab, Chimaera is viable to bring newest methods from research into certified medical devices and services.

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I have been in PR and marketing for 10 years and really want to change to pharma or medical device sales. I think my skills (ability to persuade mean-spirited, short on time journalists to write nice things about your client's new product) are a great fit for this industry and perceive that I would have a schedule and lifestyle more suited to me -- I do better out and about, meeting people, talking face to face. Am sick of being trapped at a desk all day, day after day on the phone. I am fascinated by all things medical- always have been- and have had several medical device companies as clients throughout my career

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