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  • What exams are available?
    From now on, you can make mapping for your exams of: - Circle of Willis (New) - Lower extremity venous mapping - Upper Limb Arteries - Supra-aortic trunks - Arteries of the upper limbs - Renal arteries - Digestive arteries - Lower limb deep veins - Upper extremities veins - Cervical veins - Pre-arteriovenous fistula mapping - Arteriovenous fistulas
  • Are OneVasc mapping compatible with my medical software?
    You can download the mapping made with OneVasc in several formats (PDF or image) or even directly copy and paste them into your text report. In short, you can always integrate OneVasc mapping into your patient management software in the format you want.
  • What is the required configuration?
    Here is the required configuration to use OneVasc: Minimum Configuration - Desktop or laptop computer - 15" screen with a resolution of 1920x1080 (Full HD) - 4GB RAM - 64-bit web browser: Chrome >56 or Firefox >51 or Edge >17 or Safari >15 Recommended Configuration - Desktop or laptop computer - 19" screen with a resolution of 1920x1080 (Full HD) - 8GB RAM - 64-bit web browser: Chrome >56 or Firefox >51 or Edge >17 or Safari >15
  • How do I cancel my subscription?
    We hope it won't happen anytime soon! You can cancel your monthly or annual subscription at any time during the current month or year, and it will automatically end when it reaches its expiration date.
  • Who are we?
    OneVasc is made by doctors for doctors! The OneVasc project emerged in 2017 at Hacking Health in Besançon, where we won the "Numerica "prize for innovation. We have continued this project relentlessly after multiple pitfalls because our aim is to improve practices by enabling doctors to benefit from the potential of digital technology. We are fundamentally convinced that to practice better, you need to be better equipped, which is why we created OneVasc, the vascular diagram generator that lives up to our motto: "A good vascular mapping is better than a long report".
  • What languages are available in the software?
    OneVasc is available in English, Spanish, German and French.
  • Is OneVasc made for me?
    OneVasc is for you if you're a healthcare professional working in the vascular field, and want to save precious time in to create your detailed vascular diagrams. Small or large teams, individuals or hospitals, anyone can use it: vascular physicians, angiologists, vascular surgeons, radiologists, cardiologists, ultrasound technicians, etc.
  • Is it possible to save and open a diagram again?
    Yes, it's possible to save a created diagram. You can download a backup file of a diagram to your computer. Then, when you want to start from that diagram again, it's as simple as opening your backup file. This functionality is very powerful and saves valuable time, especially when you want to start from an existing diagram! Note: With this capability, you can also create your own templates.
  • What will OneVasc do for me?
    You do exceptional exams, OneVasc does their diagrams. OneVasc is an innovative medical application for creating detailed vascular diagrams in just a few clicks. Say goodbye to 4-color pens and scanner for your vascular diagrams. You will finally be able to draw diagrams whenever you want, saving precious time!
  • Is OneVasc difficult to learn? Does it require training?
    Users describe the OneVasc software as intuitive with a very fast learning curve. We have video tutorials that get you started with OneVasc and you can try it yourself during the trial period. In any case, we are happy to answer any questions you may have.
  • How do I subscribe?
    If you are an individual, you can subscribe online to a monthly or annual subscription. If you are a health establishment or a group practice, contact our super team so that we can offer you a suitable offer.
  • How can I use it?
    OneVasc is an online software program accessible from your PC or Mac, using a browser (compatible with Chrome, Safari, Firefox or Edge). There's no need to install it on your computer - all you need is an Internet connection.
  • Installing on Edge?
    Go to the OneVasc web page with Edge browser: app.onevasc.com (or app.ch.onevasc.com for Switzerland) Click on the three small horizontal dots at the top right. Then on Applications and then on Install this site as an application. Click Install And now an application has been added to the Edge Applications folder.
  • Required configuration
    Minimum Configuration - Desktop or laptop computer - 15" screen with a resolution of 1920x1080 (Full HD) - 4GB RAM - 64-bit web browser: Chrome >56 or Firefox >51 or Edge >17 or Safari >15 Recommended Configuration - Desktop or laptop computer - 19" screen with a resolution of 1920x1080 (Full HD) - 8GB RAM - 64-bit web browser: Chrome >56 or Firefox >51 or Edge >17 or Safari >15
  • Installing on Chrome ?
    Go to the OneVasc web page with Edge browser: app.onevasc.com (or app.ch.onevasc.com for Switzerland) Click on the three small vertical dots at the top right. Then on More tools and then on Create shortcut. Check Open in window. And now an application has been added to the Chrome Applications folder.
  • Installing on Firefox?
    Go to the page: app.onevasc.com (or app.ch.onevasc.com for Switzerland) Then you can: Save a bookmark with this method. Or directly create a desktop shortcut for OneVasc with this way. To enable the feature to copy and paste diagram images. You have to change a parameter in the about:config settings of Firefox. To do this, open a new tab or a new window and copy and paste: about:config Then copy-paste in the search bar: dom.events.asyncClipboard.clipboardItem And finally set this parameter to: True
  • Installing on Safari?
    Go to the page: app.onevasc.com (or app.ch.onevasc.com for Switzerland) Then you can: Bookmark OneVasc with this method Or directly create desktop shortcut for OneVasc with this technique. If you want to add OneVasc icon to created shortcut. You can follow this manipulation with the image below.
  • Installing on Edge?
    Go to the OneVasc web page with Edge browser: app.onevasc.com (or app.ch.onevasc.com for Switzerland) Click on the three small horizontal dots at the top right. Then on Applications and then on Install this site as an application. Click Install And now an application has been added to the Edge Applications folder.
  • Installing on Chrome?
    Go to the OneVasc web page with Chrome browser: app.onevasc.com (or app.ch.onevasc.com for Switzerland) Click on the three vertical dots at top right. Then on More tools and then on Create a shortcut. Check Open in a window And now an application has been added to the Chrome Applications folder.
  • Required configuration?
    Minimum Configuration - Desktop or laptop computer - 15" screen with a resolution of 1920x1080 (Full HD) - 4GB RAM - 64-bit web browser: Chrome >56 or Firefox >51 or Edge >17 or Safari >15 Recommended Configuration - Desktop or laptop computer - 19" screen with a resolution of 1920x1080 (Full HD) - 8GB RAM - 64-bit web browser: Chrome >56 or Firefox >51 or Edge >17 or Safari >15
  • Installing on Firefox ?
    Go to the page: app.onevasc.com (or app.ch.onevasc.com for Switzerland) Then you can: Save a bookmark with this method. Or directly create a desktop shortcut for OneVasc with this way. To enable the feature to copy and paste diagram images. You have to change a parameter in the about:config settings of Firefox. To do this, open a new tab or a new window and copy and paste: about:config Then copy-paste in the search bar: dom.events.asyncClipboard.clipboardItem And finally set this parameter to: True
  • How to perform a pre-AVF (Arteriovenous Fistula) mapping (Fast)?
  • How to modify the anatomy of vessels with "Custom Anatomy"?
  • How do I save and re-open a mapping?
    You can download an exam backup file to your computer. This allows you to be able to open this exam again to edit it later. This is a very powerful feature in tracking that saves you valuable time. You can download an exam backup file to your computer. This allows you to be able to open this exam again to edit it later. This is a very powerful feature in tracking that saves you valuable time. Here are the video steps: Note This feature also allows you to create your own templates. You perform a mapping which will be your model and you save it so that you can open it again at your leisure. For example, if you systematically enter velocities or diameters at a specific location for a type of mapping, you can add them with the "Data" tool and then save your model on your computer.
  • How to make a diagram of arteriovenous fistula?
  • How do I create a Supra-Aortic Trunks diagram (Advanced)?
  • How to choose between the 2 backgrounds of the diagrams?
  • How to Perform Pre-AVF Mapping (Advanced)?
  • How do I hide a lesion legend?
  • How to perform an arterial diagram of the lower limbs?
  • How to perform an arteriovenous dialysis fistula (Advanced)?
  • Quick start video: example of a supra-aortic trunk diagram
  • How to perform a venous mapping of the lower limbs?
  • How to perform a vein mapping of the lower limbs (Advanced)?
  • How to customize the diagram header?
  • What exams are available?
    From now on, you can make mapping for your exams of: - Circle of Willis (New) - Lower extremity venous mapping - Upper Limb Arteries - Supra-aortic trunks - Arteries of the upper limbs - Renal arteries - Digestive arteries - Lower limb deep veins - Upper extremities veins - Cervical veins - Pre-arteriovenous fistula mapping - Arteriovenous fistulas
  • Are OneVasc mapping compatible with my medical software?
    You can download the mapping made with OneVasc in several formats (PDF or image) or even directly copy and paste them into your text report. In short, you can always integrate OneVasc mapping into your patient management software in the format you want.
  • What is the required configuration?
    Here is the required configuration to use OneVasc: Minimum Configuration - Desktop or laptop computer - 15" screen with a resolution of 1920x1080 (Full HD) - 4GB RAM - 64-bit web browser: Chrome >56 or Firefox >51 or Edge >17 or Safari >15 Recommended Configuration - Desktop or laptop computer - 19" screen with a resolution of 1920x1080 (Full HD) - 8GB RAM - 64-bit web browser: Chrome >56 or Firefox >51 or Edge >17 or Safari >15
  • How do I cancel my subscription?
    We hope it won't happen anytime soon! You can cancel your monthly or annual subscription at any time during the current month or year, and it will automatically end when it reaches its expiration date.
  • Who are we?
    OneVasc is made by doctors for doctors! The OneVasc project emerged in 2017 at Hacking Health in Besançon, where we won the "Numerica "prize for innovation. We have continued this project relentlessly after multiple pitfalls because our aim is to improve practices by enabling doctors to benefit from the potential of digital technology. We are fundamentally convinced that to practice better, you need to be better equipped, which is why we created OneVasc, the vascular diagram generator that lives up to our motto: "A good vascular mapping is better than a long report".
  • What languages are available in the software?
    OneVasc is available in English, Spanish, German and French.
  • Is OneVasc made for me?
    OneVasc is for you if you're a healthcare professional working in the vascular field, and want to save precious time in to create your detailed vascular diagrams. Small or large teams, individuals or hospitals, anyone can use it: vascular physicians, angiologists, vascular surgeons, radiologists, cardiologists, ultrasound technicians, etc.
  • Is it possible to save and open a diagram again?
    Yes, it's possible to save a created diagram. You can download a backup file of a diagram to your computer. Then, when you want to start from that diagram again, it's as simple as opening your backup file. This functionality is very powerful and saves valuable time, especially when you want to start from an existing diagram! Note: With this capability, you can also create your own templates.
  • What will OneVasc do for me?
    You do exceptional exams, OneVasc does their diagrams. OneVasc is an innovative medical application for creating detailed vascular diagrams in just a few clicks. Say goodbye to 4-color pens and scanner for your vascular diagrams. You will finally be able to draw diagrams whenever you want, saving precious time!
  • Is OneVasc difficult to learn? Does it require training?
    Users describe the OneVasc software as intuitive with a very fast learning curve. We have video tutorials that get you started with OneVasc and you can try it yourself during the trial period. In any case, we are happy to answer any questions you may have.
  • How do I subscribe?
    If you are an individual, you can subscribe online to a monthly or annual subscription. If you are a health establishment or a group practice, contact our super team so that we can offer you a suitable offer.
  • How can I use it?
    OneVasc is an online software program accessible from your PC or Mac, using a browser (compatible with Chrome, Safari, Firefox or Edge). There's no need to install it on your computer - all you need is an Internet connection.
  • Installing on Edge?
    Go to the OneVasc web page with Edge browser: app.onevasc.com (or app.ch.onevasc.com for Switzerland) Click on the three small horizontal dots at the top right. Then on Applications and then on Install this site as an application. Click Install And now an application has been added to the Edge Applications folder.
  • Required configuration
    Minimum Configuration - Desktop or laptop computer - 15" screen with a resolution of 1920x1080 (Full HD) - 4GB RAM - 64-bit web browser: Chrome >56 or Firefox >51 or Edge >17 or Safari >15 Recommended Configuration - Desktop or laptop computer - 19" screen with a resolution of 1920x1080 (Full HD) - 8GB RAM - 64-bit web browser: Chrome >56 or Firefox >51 or Edge >17 or Safari >15
  • Installing on Chrome ?
    Go to the OneVasc web page with Edge browser: app.onevasc.com (or app.ch.onevasc.com for Switzerland) Click on the three small vertical dots at the top right. Then on More tools and then on Create shortcut. Check Open in window. And now an application has been added to the Chrome Applications folder.
  • Installing on Firefox?
    Go to the page: app.onevasc.com (or app.ch.onevasc.com for Switzerland) Then you can: Save a bookmark with this method. Or directly create a desktop shortcut for OneVasc with this way. To enable the feature to copy and paste diagram images. You have to change a parameter in the about:config settings of Firefox. To do this, open a new tab or a new window and copy and paste: about:config Then copy-paste in the search bar: dom.events.asyncClipboard.clipboardItem And finally set this parameter to: True
  • Installing on Safari?
    Go to the page: app.onevasc.com (or app.ch.onevasc.com for Switzerland) Then you can: Bookmark OneVasc with this method Or directly create desktop shortcut for OneVasc with this technique. If you want to add OneVasc icon to created shortcut. You can follow this manipulation with the image below.
  • Installing on Edge?
    Go to the OneVasc web page with Edge browser: app.onevasc.com (or app.ch.onevasc.com for Switzerland) Click on the three small horizontal dots at the top right. Then on Applications and then on Install this site as an application. Click Install And now an application has been added to the Edge Applications folder.
  • Installing on Chrome?
    Go to the OneVasc web page with Chrome browser: app.onevasc.com (or app.ch.onevasc.com for Switzerland) Click on the three vertical dots at top right. Then on More tools and then on Create a shortcut. Check Open in a window And now an application has been added to the Chrome Applications folder.
  • Required configuration?
    Minimum Configuration - Desktop or laptop computer - 15" screen with a resolution of 1920x1080 (Full HD) - 4GB RAM - 64-bit web browser: Chrome >56 or Firefox >51 or Edge >17 or Safari >15 Recommended Configuration - Desktop or laptop computer - 19" screen with a resolution of 1920x1080 (Full HD) - 8GB RAM - 64-bit web browser: Chrome >56 or Firefox >51 or Edge >17 or Safari >15
  • Installing on Firefox ?
    Go to the page: app.onevasc.com (or app.ch.onevasc.com for Switzerland) Then you can: Save a bookmark with this method. Or directly create a desktop shortcut for OneVasc with this way. To enable the feature to copy and paste diagram images. You have to change a parameter in the about:config settings of Firefox. To do this, open a new tab or a new window and copy and paste: about:config Then copy-paste in the search bar: dom.events.asyncClipboard.clipboardItem And finally set this parameter to: True
  • How to perform a pre-AVF (Arteriovenous Fistula) mapping (Fast)?
  • How to modify the anatomy of vessels with "Custom Anatomy"?
  • How do I save and re-open a mapping?
    You can download an exam backup file to your computer. This allows you to be able to open this exam again to edit it later. This is a very powerful feature in tracking that saves you valuable time. You can download an exam backup file to your computer. This allows you to be able to open this exam again to edit it later. This is a very powerful feature in tracking that saves you valuable time. Here are the video steps: Note This feature also allows you to create your own templates. You perform a mapping which will be your model and you save it so that you can open it again at your leisure. For example, if you systematically enter velocities or diameters at a specific location for a type of mapping, you can add them with the "Data" tool and then save your model on your computer.
  • How to make a diagram of arteriovenous fistula?
  • How do I create a Supra-Aortic Trunks diagram (Advanced)?
  • How to choose between the 2 backgrounds of the diagrams?
  • How to Perform Pre-AVF Mapping (Advanced)?
  • How do I hide a lesion legend?
  • How to perform an arterial diagram of the lower limbs?
  • How to perform an arteriovenous dialysis fistula (Advanced)?
  • Quick start video: example of a supra-aortic trunk diagram
  • How to perform a venous mapping of the lower limbs?
  • How to perform a vein mapping of the lower limbs (Advanced)?
  • How to customize the diagram header?
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