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OnePacs Workstation for macOS

OnePacs workstation for macOS is 510(k) cleared by the US Food and Drug Administration as a class II medical device, and is approved under the ANVISA program for clinical use in Brazil.

OnePacs estação de trabalho para macOS é aprovado pela ANVISA para uso clínico no Brasil.

System Requirements

Refer to Installation Guide


Indications for Use

The OnePacs System is an image management system intended to provide scalable DICOM compatible PACS solutions for hospitals and related institutions and sites, which will archive, distribute, retrieve and display images and data from all hospital modalities (such as CR, CT, DX, MR, and other devices) and information systems. This also includes the display of structured reports and mammography images that have been created according to DICOM "For Presentation", and will include standard features and other tools for analyzing mammography images.

Lossy compressed mammographic images and digitized film screen images must not be reviewed for primary diagnosis or image interpretation. For primary diagnosis, post process DICOM "for presentation" images must be used. Mammographic images should only be viewed with a monitor approved by FDA for viewing mammographic images.


OnePacs Workstation for macOS is a software device intended for the viewing of images acquired from CT, MR, CR, DX, US and other DICOM compliant medical imaging systems when installed on suitable commercial standard hardware. Images and data can be captured, stored, communicated, processed and displayed within the system and/or across computer networks at distributed locations. Lossy compressed Mammographic images and digitized film screen images must not be reviewed for primary diagnosis or image interpretation. Mammographic images should only be viewed with a monitor approved by FDA for viewing Mammographic images. It is the user’s responsibility to ensure monitor quality, ambient light conditions and that image compression ratios are consistent with clinical application.

Introduction

The goal of OnePacs Workstation for macOS is to deliver the best possible viewer for images produced by radiology equipment. Its key features are displaying, reviewing, interpreting and post-processing images. OnePacs Workstation for macOS is an image processing software primarily dedicated to DICOM images.

OnePacs Workstation for macOS is based on numerous open-source projects, such as Horos, OsiriX, and OpenJPEG.

OnePacs Workstation for macOS fully supports the DICOM standard for an easy integration in your workflow environment. It offers advanced post-processing techniques in 2D and 3D, and offers a complete integration with any PACS. OnePacs Workstation for macOS supports 64-bit computing and multithreading for best performances on modern processors.

User documentation pages are available for the following subjects:

*OsirixTM, and HorosTM are trademarks of Pixmeo SARL, and The Horos Project (Purview Inc). These companies and products are not affiliated with OnePacs. No endorsement of these companies or products by OnePacs, or endorsement of OnePacs by these companies, is implied.

Privilege Requirements

  • A group's subscription to OnePacs may or may not include the ability to use OnePacs Workstation for macOS. Please review and discuss with OnePacs support/sales as appropriate if you wish to use this feature.
  • For groups that are enabled to use OPW for macOS, the administrator users will be given a privilege, "OnePacs Desktop for macOS".
  • The administrators can assign this privilege to any user(s) they wish to allow access to OnePacs Workstation for macOS.
  • For licensing purposes, when OPW for macOS is first launched, the user must be logged into their account, holding the appropriate privilege, in the OnePacs Study Retriever. The Study Retriever will retrieve the license authorization from the OnePacs cloud servers and authorize OPW for macOS to be used.

       


Other Requirements

  • For diagnostic image viewing, appropriate diagnostic-quality and regulation-compliant monitors should be used. For accuracy, it is recommended that screen configurations are periodically checked on all monitors where OnePacs Workstation for macOS is being used.
  • The OnePacs license agreement requires physical access restrictions limiting physical access to the workstation to authorized personnel with a legitimate need to access the equipment and/or the use of whole hard disk encryption (e.g. FileVault on macOS).
  • It is required to select correct region where OnePacs Workstation for macOS is being used due to local regulations.
  • All users should read/understand OnePacs Workstation User's Manual and take proper training prior to using OnePacs Workstation for macOS.
  • See the Security Considerations page for other requirements and best practice recommendations on using OnePacs securely.

Regulatory

OnePacs workstation for macOS is 510(k) cleared by the US Food and Drug Administration as a class II medical device, and is approved under the ANVISA program for clinical use in Brazil.

OnePacs estação de trabalho para macOS é aprovado pela ANVISA para uso clínico no Brasil.

Troubleshooting

Should you encounter any issues with the use of OnePacs Workstation for macOS, please contact OnePacs support .

Debug Logs

When reporting a problem, it is essential to include as much information as possible about how to reproduce the error, including identification of specific imaging studies or other specific actions or data that can be used to reproduce the issue. Additionally, it is important to provide debug logs. These can be uploaded to OnePacs by selecting the "Upload debug logs to OnePacs" option in the Study Retriever menu.

If OnePacs Workstation has "quit unexpectedly"

If macOS has reported that OnePacs Workstation or Study Retriever have "quit unexpectedly", it is important to provide OnePacs support with a copy of the full contents of the information that is presented by macOS (the "crash report").

Example of an information screen that appears in this situation:

How to send the necessary information to OnePacs support:

1) When the "...quit unexpectedly" screen appears, copy all text in the window. Save it to a document such as a TextEdit or a Word Processor file. Attach the file to a support ticket.

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2) When this type of screen appears, use the Console app to find the crash report in question. Copy  the crash report text from within the Console, and save it to a file. Attach the file to a support ticket.

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3) When this type of screen appears, use the Console app to find the crash report. Right-click on the crash report file and select “Reveal in finder”. Attach the file that shows to a support ticket.




External links that may provide useful information regarding the provision of crash logs:

(Note: OnePacs does not endorse and cannot guarantee the reliability of third-party website content)

https://support.apple.com/guide/console/reports-cnsl664be99a/mac

https://macreports.com/crash-reports-how-to-use-them-to-troubleshoot-why-your-mac-crashed/


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