The nuclear imaging system is a versatile dual-detector single-photon emission computed tomography system for examinations of skeletal bones and internal organs. In the field of nuclear medicine, single-photon emission computed tomography is the most common and popular diagnostic method, which has proven to be useful due to its high quality, affordability, and cost-effectiveness. The method is the most relevant in oncology, cardiology, neurology, endocrinology, nephrology practice, etc.
The nuclear imaging system allows diagnosing diseases at early stages, at the molecular level, revealing both the primary focus and the extent of the process, assessing treatment efficiency, detecting recurrences. The nuclear imaging system is widely used and allows investigating various biological processes simultaneously during a single diagnostic procedure.
The nuclear imaging system has been developed taking into consideration the Russian nuclear medicine practice. Diagnostic procedures can be performed using the entire range of available radiopharmaceuticals. Their production does not require a cyclotron, which ensures their wide availability.
The nuclear imaging systems have the multilingual interfaces and are fitted out with specialized software to analyze the heart, brain, skeleton, liver, kidneys, esophagus, thyroid, parathyroid glands, and other organs. The availability of the combination function of images obtained using the SPECT manufactured by NIPK Electron Co. and computed tomography systems of any other manufacturer will make it possible for a radiologist to determine the localization and the extent of a pathologic process with the highest possible accuracy.
The nuclear imaging system is easy-to-use and user-friendly. The imaging process is fully automated; system initialization is performed by pressing one button. The stand design allows scanning the patient with height of more than 2 m what is of special importance in skeletal bones scintigraphy.
The nuclear imaging system has small overall dimensions, occupies only 6 sq. m, which makes it possible to install it in a room, in which equipment replacement is planned, as well as to establish an isotope diagnostics department even in case of free area deficiency.
BenefitsHigh diagnostic quality
Highly-sensitive digital detectors
- Examination result processing and analysis software harmonized with Russian practice
- Broad collimator nomenclature
Easiness-to-use and user-friendliness
Multilingual control station interface and software
- Complete imaging and calibration process automatization
- Fully automatic patient circuit construction system
- The use of the entire radionuclides nomenclature of Russian and foreign make
- Large table top height variation range
- Built-in system control and setup protocols as per standard NEMA NU 1 and GOST-R IEC 61675-2, GOST-R IEC 61675-3
- Collision prevention dual-circuit safety system
- Uninterruptible power supply allowing to complete the examination in case of power shutdown
Multifunctionality, small size
Examination of the patients in the supine, sitting, and upright position
- Specialized software to analyze the heart, brain, skeleton, liver, kidneys, esophagus, thyroid, parathyroid glands, etc.
- Examination types supported: planar (dynamic and static) examinations, SPECT (3D-reconstruction), ECG-synchronized cardiac imaging, whole body examination mode
- SPECT- and CT-image combination option
- Small-size and footprint area (6 sq. m)
Reliability and durability
Simple mechanical components
- Low power consumption of the system
- Power line surge protection
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