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Apteryx Receives 510(k) Premarket Notification for XVWeb

  • December 20, 2013
  • News Releases

Apteryx, Inc. is very excited to announce that our new web-based image management and sharing solution is now a registered medical device with the Food and Drug Administration. XVWeb passed the FDA requirements for becoming a safe PACS (Picture Archiving and Communications System) device. Click here to view the offical FDA statement. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view the FDA statement.

XVWeb is a web-based dental picture archiving and communications system that provides a dental facility the ability to access their patient radiological image library over the internet.  It includes features for dental practices to recall, query, manipulate, enhance, add labels and annotations to patient images/studies and other relevant operations for diagnostic purposes. XVWeb includes image acquisition capabilities via integration with DICOM-compatible imaging systems that facilitate the production of original images.  All images available for viewing in XVWeb have been received from DICOM compliant modalities and/or systems.

XVWeb is designed for medium to large dental practices and is intended for trained dental professionals and technicians to access, manipulate, and enhance dental images for diagnostic purposes only.

About Apteryx, Inc.

Apteryx, Inc. was founded in 1995 to provide the custom application development market for customers around the world. Apteryx’s products include XrayVision and XVlite, an imaging suite of applications that digitize x-rays and other images for dental practitioners; XrayVision DCV DICOM software for the institutional dental market; INcontrol automated inventory management designed for large-scale distribution and manufacturing companies; and other Windows-based applications and utilities.

For more information, visit Apteryx’s web site at, or contact Apteryx at 330.376.0889 or via email at