Nappacs allows the listing of the images arriving from the device and the creation of a work followup. The emergency of the patient, medical history information, the remaining time of the ER patients according to user authorization and read inforomation are shown on the screen. A flexible search feature is possible. NAPPACS is ready to become indispensable for you and for your radiology department.


The intra-hospital and extra-hospital imaging are easily reported over the Web. Protek Nappacs, developed for enabling radiology specialists to carry out extra-hospital reportings, offers radiologists a quick and easy reporting experience thanks to its user friendly, ergonomical interface. The web-based application does not necessitate the setup of additional software and the platform works problem-free on many independent desktop operating systems (Windows, Linux) as well as on common browsers.

Pacs Reporting

User-friendly Interface and Image Processing Features A number of features such as changing the layout, measurement of length and angle, density, turning, mirroring, negative imaging, magnifying, reference line on all images coming from modalities and you can easily access previously produced reports and images on the same screen.

CD-DVD Recording Module

You can provide the requested tests by transferring them to a CD or a DVD. Additionally, it is possible to record CDs with most-used Primera, Rimaje CD-Robot systems. In case CD-Robot is used, test information may be written on the CD. In the IHE (Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise) Connectathon activity, Nappacs achieved a phenomenal success with its products PACS Server, PACS Workstation and Radiology Information System and prove the compatibility of its products to the IHE standards as well. With its internal CD burning unit, Nappacs can send the images belonging to the patient(s) directly to the burning medium or may allow recording data from different locations at CD- burners at one single center by using a system CD-Robot unit.

MPR (Multi Plan Reformat)

This is the general name or re-forming a section by drawing a curve parallel to the dental curvature on tomographical images. On the version called Curved MPR the sections formed through the dental arch are orthogonal. By drawing MPRs on different angles, it is possible to obtain multisectional images of coronal, sagittal or axial planes.

Our Pros

Considering radiological information systems, the first applications springing to the mind are Nappacs applications. Nappacs is a system ensuring image processing, transferring and storage and a quick patient-doctor communication.

• Fast access to information,
• Quicker workflows,
• Accessing correct information,
• Productivity,
• Significant reduction of operating costs.

Radiology Informatics System includes;
• Transfer of images into the system,
• Determining the tests
• The reporting process.

In addition, RIS is used in parallel to Nappacs as it provides the possibility of digital processing and storage of the images.

The images with Nappacs;
• Will not suffer quality loss when digitally processed,
• Can be processed on,
• Can be stored.


IHE HL7 (Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise)

In all roles described as IHE actor all procedures must be completed. Connectathon is an important activity ensuring the compatibility of contributors products to IHE profiles and the validation of their interoperability

HL7 messaging application existing in Nappacs has passed all IHE tests successfully and its operability to communicate in all languages has been proven with software in different countries.

NAPPACS Server software has been tested with different device and pacs manufacturers in IHE and has been tested for interoperability in a total of different profiles. NAPPACS basic imaging software has proven its interoperability with PACS manufacturers in IHE tests.Received approval all the imaging items in the Ministry's specification with the "Basic Image Review" profile, which it participated in the IHE environment.