DICOM (Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine) is an industry standard for image data communication intended to facilitate the communication of information between various systems. More recently, DICOM RT has been defined to specify the structures or objects associated with radiotherapy to facilitate the communication of plan information throughout the radiotherapy department.
Connectivity between two pieces of equipment can be evaluated ahead of time by the use of the equipment's DICOM Conformance Statements. In the case of radiotherapy applications, determining system interoperability often requires extensive testing. Nevertheless, conformance statements provide a foundation to determine connectivity and assess the potential inter operability of two products, and in some cases, identify potential problems without ever having them physically connected.
Below are Varian's DICOM Conformance Statements for the current imaged-based products.
For additional information, please visit the NEMA web site.
Varian System Server
Varian System Server 15.5 (July 2017)
Varian System Server 15 (August 2016)
Varian System Server 13 (Jul 2014)
Varian System Server 11 (Jul 2013)
Varian System Server 10 (Feb 2011)
Varian System Server 8.8 / 8.9 (Jul 2010)
Varian System Server 8.2 / 8.6 (May 2009)
Varian System Server 8 (Jul 2007)
Treatment Daemon Supplement 11 (Jul 2013)
Treatment Daemon Supplement 10 (Feb 2011)
Treatment Daemon Supplement 8.8 / 8.9 (Jul 2010)
Treatment Daemon Supplement 8.2 / 8.6 (May 2009)
Treatment Daemon Supplement 8.0 / 8.1 (Jul 2007)
DICOM Worklist for ARIA
4D Integrated Treatment Console (Clinac Series)