Is it possible to develop a function where one can duplicate images from vPOP - either within the same study, or to a new study?
There are times, when planning a TPLO, for example, where I would like to create 2 plans (say a dog is between blade sizes and the final determination will be made at surgery) for the same image. It is also nice to be able to view the unaltered image in surgery or as a comparison to a surgical plan.
A copy/paste function would be great. As it stands, one must import images individually, including duplicates.
Good day Brian, thank you for your enquiry.
You can now duplicate an image within each case by clicking on the duplicate button at the left of each image title . Each duplicate image will appear at the bottom of the image series. You can adjust its order by a select and then sliding it up or down to suit your planning needs.
You can now duplicate an entire case by clicking on case study title to find the option at the bottom.
If you wish to import more than one image at a time, you can group select, then drag and drop in the vPOP icon on your task bar or into an open case or case library.
Another way to add more than one image at a time is to simply email them to your vPOP case library email address (found in your user profile top left, save it as a contact). This was a new featured body of work commissioned by the founder surgeons of SURGEDVM @Dr_Justin_Harper to forward rDVM rads to your vPOP library as a Bcc, whilst also replying to your rDVM colleague, all in one workflow move.
To adjust between images periop for your 2 different TPLO plans, your technician can press Ctrl/ cmd N and P for ’ next / previous’ slide .
@Rory_Paton , thanks for the advice on adding duplicate images in a study.
@Dr_Brian_Trumpatori, if your pacs server doesn’t automatically sync with Vpop, the email to vPOP function we commissioned has allowed efficiency of sending all images with relevant data via email into vPOP rather than having to download every study and upload into vPOP. The data in the email such as signalment, findings, etc is scraped into the study log.