How to integrate the Eyer with a DICOM server?

All images are sent to the EyerCloud system (Patient and Exam data storage on EyerCloud is still not available in the USA) or can also be sent to a DICOM server or compatible medical records. Click on “Options”, “Syncronization”, “Servers” and the icon to add.

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Common server setup

Any type of server requires defining information:

1. Action: Defines server action behavior:

a. Primary: Base communication server (EyerCloud). Cannot be removed, only deactivated;
b. Mirror: All the information generated in the device will synchronize with all mirror servers, further than primary server;
c. Contingency: Runs only in case of primary server failure;
d. Manual: Remains available for sending data. It runs only when manually selected;
e. Deactivated: Server is deactivated;

2. Name: Server ID, which does not need to be unique..

3. Key: Generated automatically, based on server name. It must be unique and needs to consist of three characters (from A to Z, capital and/or lowercase) and three numbers (from 0-9).


DICOM server setup

Add server information for exam storage (Archive AE) or worklist server information:

1. AE Title: Application identification in the system;
2. AET: Server identifier;
3. IP: Server IP;
4. Port: Server port;
5. Modality: Only used in worklist context, represents DICOM file type.
6. Click in button “Test Connection” for test conection.

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DICOM file information

Every Eyer exam can be converted to DICOM standard, generating a .dcm file. Diverse fields are filled in for that standard, as the TAGS that follow below:

  • PatientID → Built from the clinic mandatory document, with a refix defined in the field “DICOM Prefix” in Eyer system screen. Example: For a clinic registered with a CNS medical record, a DICOM file with PatientID value “phelcom_cnsPacient” will be genrated;
  • PatientComments → Has a JSON structure with patient anamnesis and diopter information.
    “axis”: “90”},
    “axis”: “90”},
  • PatientSex → Always in the format M (male), F (female) or O (other);
  • PatientBirthDate → Patient Birth Date ( YYYYMMDD);
  • PupilDilated → Dilated Pupil “YES” or “NO”;
  • ImageLaterality → Image Laterality “R” (right) or “L” (left);
  • Manufacturer → Fixed value “Phelcom Technologies”;
  • ManufacturerModelName → Fixed value “Eyer”;
  • DeviceSerialNumber → Device serial number used in the exam;
  • SoftwareVersions → Software version number used in the exam;
  • InstitutionName → Clinic name;
  • SeriesDescription → Exam type (color redfree, textura, stereo ou panoramic);
  • SeriesDate → Capture date (YYYYMMDD);
  • SeriesTime → Capture time (HHmmss);
  • SeriesNumber → Exam sequential number;
  • Modality → Fixed value “OP” (Ophthalmic Photography);
  • StudyID → Study identification (YYYYMMDDHHmmss);

If you have questions, please feel free to contact us.

If you have questions, please feel free to contact us.