EFILM 1.5 3 64 is a version of eFilm Workstation, a software application that allows users to view and manipulate medical images. eFilm Workstation can display, analyze, process, store and communicate digital images and data from various sources, such as CT, MR, US units, radiographic devices, scanners, imaging gateways and more[^1^].
eFilm Workstation is developed by Merge Healthcare, a subsidiary of IBM. It is available for Windows operating systems and requires a license key to activate. The latest version of eFilm Workstation is 4.3, which was released in March 2020[^2^]. However, some users may still use older versions of the software, such as EFILM 1.5 3 64.
To use EFILM 1.5 3 64, users need to download and install the software from the developer's website or from a trusted source. They also need to obtain a license key from the eStore or from their vendor. Once the software is installed and activated, users can launch it by double-clicking on the eFilm.exe file or by clicking on the eFilm icon on the desktop or in the Start menu.
The main interface of EFILM 1.5 3 64 consists of a menu bar, a toolbar, a status bar and a workspace. The workspace can be divided into multiple windows that display different images or data sets. Users can open images or data sets by clicking on the File menu and selecting Open or by dragging and dropping files into the workspace. Users can also access images or data sets from local or network folders, CDs/DVDs, PACS servers or other devices by clicking on the Tools menu and selecting Import.
Users can manipulate images or data sets by using various tools and functions available in EFILM 1.5 3 64. For example, users can zoom in and out, pan, rotate, flip, invert, crop, measure, annotate, window/level, apply filters, adjust brightness/contrast/color, compare images side by side or in cine mode, create reports, export images or data sets to other formats or destinations and more. Users can access these tools and functions by clicking on the corresponding icons on the toolbar or by right-clicking on the image or data set and selecting from the context menu.
EFILM 1.5 3 64 is a powerful and versatile software application that can help users view and manage medical images and data sets. However, users should be aware that EFILM 1.5 3 64 is an outdated version of eFilm Workstation and that support for it will end on June 30, 2022[^2^]. Users are advised to upgrade to the latest version of eFilm Workstation or to find an alternative solution before the end of support date.
One of the benefits of using EFILM 1.5 3 64 is that it can handle various image and data formats, such as DICOM, JPEG, TIFF, BMP, PNG and more. Users can also convert images or data sets from one format to another by using the Export function. Users can choose to export images or data sets as single files or as a series of files. Users can also specify the destination folder, file name, file type, compression level and other options for the exported files.
Another benefit of using EFILM 1.5 3 64 is that it can communicate with other devices or systems that support DICOM standards. DICOM stands for Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine and is a set of protocols and specifications that enable the exchange of medical images and data among different devices or systems. Users can use EFILM 1.5 3 64 to send or receive images or data sets to or from other DICOM-compliant devices or systems, such as PACS servers, modalities, workstations, printers and more. Users can also use EFILM 1.5 3 64 to query or retrieve images or data sets from other DICOM-compliant devices or systems by using the Query/Retrieve function.
A third benefit of using EFILM 1.5 3 64 is that it can create reports based on the images or data sets that users have opened or imported. Users can use the Report function to generate reports that contain information such as patient name, ID, date of birth, gender, study date, modality, accession number, referring physician, report text and more. Users can also customize the report layout, font, color and logo by using the Report Settings function. Users can save the reports as PDF files or print them out by using the Save or Print function. 0efd9a6b88