The software developed to make green screen displays for computer monitors, TVs, and smartphones can be used to automate the use of certain diagnostic tests and procedures, according to a new patent application from Blue Coat Imaging, Inc. Blue Coat is developing a software to help people who need the most information from their medical equipment.
Bluecoat is working with the National Institute of Standards and Technology to develop a tool that would automatically identify the “green screen” on devices, analyze the image, and determine what test or procedure was performed, according the patent application.
This could potentially help people diagnosed with a condition or disease before treatment is given.
Blue coat says the software could be used for: Diagnostic tests like x-rays, CAT scans, MRIs, and more.
The software would analyze the green screen, and the results would be displayed to the user.
It could also be used as a reference to identify the test performed, and what the test was for.
The tool could also help people manage their equipment, including the device, to improve the efficiency of the test.
The application, which is expected to be filed with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office by the end of February, says the tool can be “used for diagnostics, diagnostic imaging, and diagnostic imaging diagnostic tools.”
Blue Coat says it is developing software for the medical imaging industry, including for: Imaging equipment such as CT and MRI machines, and diagnostics tools.
The system could be applied to “any type of device” and include devices for: CAT scan, x-ray, MRI, and other diagnostic imaging devices.
Blue coats software can be developed for a wide range of devices and is “expected to be used in the field of diagnostics,” the patent states.
This patent could lead to new medical equipment for consumers and healthcare professionals alike.
Blue coated devices are currently available at hospitals, pharmacies, health food stores, drugstores, health-care clinics, retail stores, and others.
However, for medical professionals, the technology could have a potential impact on patients and their care.
For example, the software might be used by patients and physicians to analyze a person’s health history and make diagnosis and treatment decisions based on that information.
It would be useful for diagnosing and treating patients with illnesses, or for monitoring a patient’s health over time.
Blue coating technology is also being developed for the purpose of diagnosing certain diseases or conditions.
The Blue Coat software is expected “to be used primarily for diagnostic imaging,” the company wrote.
This technology could also include “diagnostic imaging diagnostic products,” such as x-Ray or MRI, or “diagnostics imaging diagnostic software,” such the software for diagnose, monitor, and analyze a device.
Blue Coats software can also be “built to perform diagnostic imaging.”
This could include diagnostics for “diagnosis of diseases that are present in the body or the body fluids of the patient, including blood and urine,” the application states.
The patent describes a system for the software to automatically identify an image on a device, analyze it, and then determine the results based on the “results of the analysis,” which could include the person’s temperature, heart rate, or respiration rate.
This analysis could be performed by the user or a device that is connected to the device.
It also could be “utilized for diagnostic imaging,” such that the results could be displayed on the screen.
BlueCoats software could also provide an additional level of health information that is not provided through traditional testing.
Bluecoats software would “provide information about the patient and other persons to facilitate and facilitate care.”
The application states the software “could also provide information about medical conditions that may exist, including diagnostic tests, blood pressure, and glucose levels,” according to the patent.
The company states that Blue Coat’s software “can be used not only for diagnostics imaging diagnostic applications but also for diagnostic software diagnostic applications” such as “instrumentation and diagnostic testing” and “diagnostics software diagnostic products.”
This would help healthcare professionals, including physicians, health care workers, and patients, to better understand their health and their health conditions.