[optimal] Re: From Denice in San Francisco

If you find out Denise could you post the answer? It is way too easy to delete 
images on the Spectralis by mistake. Heidelberg needs to address this issue. 
There should be a clear indication of which images you are deleting followed by 
prompt. Their own HRT software has such safeguards. 

Chris Carlton



-----Original Message-----
From: optimal-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:optimal-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On 
Behalf Of CPMC Ophthalmic Diagnostic Center
Sent: Thursday, March 22, 2012 9:37 AM
To: optimal@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [optimal] Re: From Denice in San Francisco

Well, too late on that.   It's been a few days and we have turned off the 
system multiple times.

Where on the hard drive would I search?  Does Heidelberg apply a specific name 
to the folder?

Denice Barsness, CRA, COMT, ROUB, CDOS, FOPS
Ophthalmic Diagnostic Center
CPMC Department of Ophthalmology
2100 Webster Street Suite 212
San Francisco CA 94115
(415) 600-3937   FAX (415) 600-6563


-----Original Message-----
From: optimal-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:optimal-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On 
Behalf Of Bruno Bertoni
Sent: Thursday, March 22, 2012 9:23 AM
To: optimal@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [optimal] Re: From Denice in San Francisco

What system are you talking about Denice? I would try searching the
harddrive to see if you can find the file. Whatever you do, do not
turn off the system. Some of these devices have a backup cache and
closing the program or restarting the machine clears that cache.

On Thu, Mar 22, 2012 at 12:04 PM, CPMC Ophthalmic Diagnostic Center
<cpmceyelab@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Here's my dilemnia
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> New imager accidentally deleted a Fast Volume scan on a very critical
> patient.   These scans have not yet been archived to our server
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> Is there a short term cache that "deleted" things go into somewhere on the
> harddrive where these scans sets might be recovered.  Saying a Hail Mary
> here....
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> D.
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> Denice Barsness, CRA, COMT, ROUB, CDOS, FOPS
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> Ophthalmic Diagnostic Center
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> CPMC Department of Ophthalmology
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> 2100 Webster Street Suite 212
>
> San Francisco CA 94115
>
> (415) 600-3937   FAX (415) 600-6563
>
>



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