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A device which accelerates particles. Can be used for medical purposes, e.g. acceleration of neutrons, or production of short-term radiopharmaceuticals.
A device designed to accelerate particles to high energies by combining a strong magnetic field and an oscillating electric field. The path formed is a spiral or a circle. The accelerated particles at the output may be used as a radiotherapy treatment beam on the patient, either directly or after passing a suitable target. Cyclotrons are used for the production of short-term positron-emitting radiopharmaceuticals in PET systems.
Stationary gamma cameras with scanning capabilities.
Gamma camera scanning system, for determining distribution of administered radiopharmaceuticals in patient`s body . Gamma camera scanners produce planar images in cross-sectional slices.
Mobile gamma cameras for irradiation scanning.
Mobile gamma camera scanning systems for bedside assessment of critically ill patients. These systems can obtain only planar images, however some are capable of single-photon emmisions. Wheeled units include a detector, stand,and data-processing console which might be on a separate wheeled base. This system is often used for diagnosis of cardiac patients.
Scanning systems (SPECT) based on single or multi-head gamma camera.
Scanning systems based on a gamma camera for whole-body computer- generated tomographic images. Tomography imaging systems with single photon emission are used for cardiac imaging, whole-body bone imaging, and brain perfusion studies. Some systems have multiple camera heads.
Isotope activity detector monitor.
Isotope activity detector monitor. The detector and the monitor are intended to navigate radioactive sites in the body for navigating purposes.
A laser system for precise aligning of patients in respect to the imaging device and its bed.
A laser system for precise aligning of patients in respect to the imaging device and its bed. This system may include either long rays or spot marks which are projected on the body of the patient as landmarks for the imaging.
Computed Tomography Positron Emission Tomography (PET/CT) scanning systems generate PET and CT images of a patient in a single study. Installed in a specially designed mobile trailer (or movable container).
Computed Tomography Positron Emission Tomography (PET-CT) scanning systems incorporate a CT scanner and PET scanner in the same System. Two images data set are registered and shows both, the anatomical location and the PET metabolic activity sites. Some models are fusing the finding into one fused image that shows both the anatomical location from CT along with the metabolic activity of PET on a single image. These mobile units are installed in special trailers, or containers, which permits easy transfer and operate of the units in necessary locations. Some are equipped with generators, ventilation and air condition systems, making them completely independent devices.
Motorized viewboxes for loading X-ray sequence.
View boxes that electronically load X-rays in a predetermined sequence. Generally used to minimize examination time, also for presentations and consultations.
Motion picture cameras for photographing and reproducing digital images from diagnostic imaging systems.
Multi-image cameras for digital photographing and reproduction of images that can be played back from imaging systems (CT, MRI, PET, US, and gamma cameras). Operator can adjust method used for image recording, and for determining number of images on each film sheet.
Computer systems specifically designed for nuclear medicine.
Nuclear medicine computers analyze, display, and/or archive data from one or more nuclear medicine gamma cameras.
Phantoms for nuclear medicine.
Phantoms that are used for simulation. They utilize characteristics of human tissue for testing situations of radiation absorption and dose distribution, also for research, QA/QC, equipment calibration, and testing purposes.
Lead pig, a container made of lead shielding for storing and transporting radioactive materials.
The container accommodates the most commonly used conventional and safety-engineered syringes, protects the lead shielding from physical damage during handling and provides shielding for radioactive pharmaceuticals.
PACS (Picture Archiving and Communication System) for collecting, storing and retrieving patient images and data.
Computer-based systems (PACS) that can collect, store, archive and retrieve images and data in digital format from single or multiple modalities (CT, MRI, US, CR, DR, nuclear medicine, etc). These systems are used in medical centers in conjunction with the HIS and RIS and serves as a major tool for clinical routine work. These systems enable telemedicine consultations.
Scanning systems which detect emissions as a result of positrons and electrons annihilation.
Scanning systems which detect back-to-back 511 KeV gamma ray (photon) emissions as the result of the annihilation of an emitted positron and a free electron. These systems use computerized processing to generate in vivo cross-sectional images of an administered positron-emitting radiopharmaceutical. Clinical uses of these systems include demonstration of biological functions and the assessment of the physiology and pathology of various organs and tissues.
Computed Tomography Positron Emission Tomography (PET/CT) scanning systems generate PET and CT images of a patient in a single study.
Computed Tomography Positron Emission Tomography (PET-CT) scanning systems incorporate a CT scanner and PET scanner in the same System. Two images data set are registered and shows both, the anatomical location and the PET metabolic activity sites. Some models are fusing the finding into one fused image that shows both the anatomical location from CT along with the metabolic activity of PET on a single image.
Geiger-Muller radiation meter.
Geiger-Muller radiation meters for detection of low level radiation. These meters are sensitive enough to detect a single ionization event. A pressurized cylinder contains a mixture of helium, neon, or argon, and a quenching gas. A metal rod running through the center acts as the anode, the cathode is the cylinder wall. An ionization chain-reaction is produced as ionization radiation enters through a window on the front of the cylinder. A pulse counter registers each reaction and quenching as a pulse displayed on a meter.
Radiation meters using ionization chamber (dosimetry).
Radiation measuring meters using an ionization chamber to measure exposure rates and quantity for a wide- range of radiation emissions (dosimetry). A gas filled chamber contains anode and cathode conducting plates, which create an electric current when gas molecules are ionized. This current is then measured by an electrometer, and displays exposure rates in R/hr and or dose equivalents in Sv/hr.
A device used to check output and symmetry of radiation therapy machines.
Disposable kits for radioaerosol administration.
A disposable kit for administering radioactive aerosols. These sets include nebulizer, several one-way valves for flow direction, tubing for transport of aerosol from nebulizer to patient, mouthpiece, and bacteria filter.
Calibrators for measuring radiopharmaceutical ionization production.
Radioisotope calibrators are used to measure activity in prepared concentrations of radiopharmaceuticals before administration, and to measure the activity of radionuclide impurities. Total amount of radiopharmaceutical ionization production from syringes, vials, or capsules is detected and measured using Curie or Becquerel scale.These calibrators include power supply, ionization chamber, sample holders,amplifiers, electrometer, and display. Controls adjust for different isotopes. Some calibrators are capable of measuring both high-energy gamma and beta nuclides, high-dose brachytherapy and/or PET isotopes.
Combined SPECT and X-ray CT systems which are capable of achieving physiological images with improved special resolution.
Combined SPECT and X-ray CT systems which are capable of achieving physiological images with improved special resolution. Also, the CT system enables to perform attenuation correction in order to obtain better fidelity of the nuclear activity.
Linear accelerator based stereotactic systems for radiosurgery.
Stereotactic system for radiosurgery, used to accurately direct the electromagnetic ray produced by a radiation source, like a linear accelerator.
Teleradiology information systems for transmission of radiology images.
Information systems using telecommunications for transmitting and receiving digital images such as MRI, DR, and CT. Images and text can be transmitted to and from remote sites and in emergency situations when on-site radiologist consultation is not available.
Thyroid uptake systems, to assess thyroid activity by measuring radioactive iodine.
Computerized systems for assessing thyroid gland activity. Radioactive iodine is ingested, and thyroid uptake is measured by using scintillation crystal detectors and photomultiplier tube.
Units for safe Xenon delivery and/or disposal .
Xenon delivery systems used mostly in pulmonary function testing. A gamma camera displays images of the lungs and air distribution while inhaling xenon. They are also used in CT and SPECT scans.
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