Cl ll Philips Intellispace Portal (ISP)

Company:Philips Medical Systems Inc.
Date of Enforcement Report 4/24/2013
Class ll:


Intellispace Portal (ISP) Philips Medical Systems (Cleveland), Inc., IntelliSpace Portal (ISP) is a multimodality (CT, NM, and MR) thin-client applications server that delivers full diagnostic viewing and clinical applications to the enterprise. IntelliSpace Portal (ISP) is a medical software system that allows multiple users to remotely access IntelliSpace Workspace Portal (ISP) from compatible computers on a network. The system allows networking, selection, processing and filming of multimodality DICOM images. Both the client and server software are only for use with off the shelf hardware technology that meets defined minimum specifications. trained physicians may use the images as a basis for diagnosis upon ensuring that monitor quality, ambient light conditions and image compression ratios are consistent with clinical application. Recall Number Z-1102-2013

Philips was notified of a problem using the IntelliSpace Portal with software version 4.0.2 with the URL PACS integration. Philips was informed that when loading a study to an analysis application while using URL PACS integration configuration, after another study was opened by a review application, the Analysis monitor is updated with the study of the current patient, but the Review monitor continues to display the study from the previous patient. If the issues were to re-occur, it could pose a risk for the patient.

Philips Medical Systems Inc., Cleveland, OH on 2/12/2013. Voluntary: Firm Initiated recall is ongoing.

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