Here are the answers to some of the questions arising about AutoCEPH in your mind.
Q1. What is the time period of the license for AutoCEPH?
All the services and T&C are explained well here.
Q2. Who can be the users of AutoCEPH?
Any public or private institution. hospital or any medical practitioner can use AutoCEPH.
Q3. Is the patient's record maintained well for future use?
Q4. How many different kinds of analysis are available in AutoCEPH?
Current version of AutoCEPH Service provides 16 lateral analyses as follows: Down’s Analysis, Tweed’s Analysis, Steiner’s Analysis, Wits Analysis, Bjork’s Analysis, Wylies Analysis, COGS Analysis, Rickett’s Analysis, Analysis of Vertical Facial Heights, Holdaway’s Ratio, McNamara’s,Rickett’s Lip, Subtelnys Profile, Burston’s Lip, Holdaway’s, Legan and Burston.
Q5. What kind of image formats does current release of AutoCEPH support?
Current release of AutoCEPH© Services supports the following image formats: JPEG, TIFF, Uncompressed DICOM, BMP and PNG.
Q6. What infomartion does report contain generated at the end of analysis?
Lateral Analysis Reporting module generates report in PDF format containing patient details, parameters’ name, observed value, analysis mean value, Indian mean value and units (mm or degrees, as the case may be).
Q7. What are the steps to be followed after user registration?
Once a user is registered on the AutoCEPH Client, patient registration can be carried out for multiple patients. For each patient the user can upload multiple cephalograms for various stages of treatment. There is a utility to plot landmarks by selecting a cephalogram from the left pane. After plotting all the landmarks on the cephalogram, the user needs to calibrate the image by clicking on the calibrate button on the toolbar. The cephalogram thus gets ready for curve tracing and further analysis. Steps are explained well in the demo video.