New & Used Nuclear Computer

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Device: Nuclear Computer
Manufacturer: Philips ADAC
Model: Sun Ultra 60
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
2,650
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Device: Nuclear Computer
Manufacturer: Siemens
Model: e.soft AP
Location: United Kingdom, Berkshire
2,000
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2006

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Device: Nuclear Computer
Manufacturer: MIE
Model: SCINTRON VI
Location: United States, Illinois
Negotiable
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Device: Nuclear Computer
Manufacturer: Sun Microsystems
Model: Sun Ultra 5
Location: United States, Georgia
Negotiable
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Device: Nuclear Computer
Manufacturer: Philips ADAC
Model: Sun Ultra 60
Location: United Arab Emirates
3,500
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2004

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Device: Nuclear Computer
Manufacturer: ADAC
Model: Sun Ultra 10
Location: United States, Texas
7,500
2007

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Device: Nuclear Computer
Manufacturer: Siemens
Model: ECAT PET Workstation
Location: United States, Texas
Negotiable
2002

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Device: Nuclear Computer
Manufacturer: Sun Microsystems
Model: Sun Ultra 5
Location: United States, Georgia
9,000
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Device: Nuclear Computer
Manufacturer: Siemens
Model: PowerMac G3 300
Location: United States, Texas
14,900
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Device: Nuclear Computer
Manufacturer: Philips
Model: Pegasys 15
Location: United States, Texas
Negotiable
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Device: Nuclear Computer
Manufacturer: Philips
Model: Pegasys 20
Location: United States, Texas
Negotiable
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The model & manufacturer of the marked items have changed due to an acquisition between companies, and are also known as:
Current Manufacturer / Model Name Alternative Manufacturer / Model Name
ADAC / Sun Ultra 10 Philips ADAC / Sun Ultra 10

Nuclear Computer may also be referred to as :

Whole-Body Gamma Camera System | Scanner, Isotope | Scanner, ECT | Imaging Workstation | Gantry, Nuclear Imaging | Gamma Camera Work Station | Computer, Nuclear Medicine
 

Tips for buying Nuclear Computer

  1. Technologists and physicians routinely use nuclear computers for managing and processing the range of exams carried out in a nuclear medicine department.
  2. Facilities are encouraged to form a nuclear computer purchasing committee to assess the technologies, create a budget, select suppliers, conduct negotiations, and oversee network installation and implementation.
  3. Some of the users' tasks include making sure that the correct patient details are associated with each set of images, seeing that the appropriate method of image processing is applied, and that physicians use the nuclear computer's advanced image analysis tools to interpret the findings.
  4. To review images adequately, the monitor should be large enough with high enough resolution.
  5. A nuclear computer is usually placed between the information system and the camera. Facilities must pay special attention to DICOM conformity.
  6. It is wrong to assume that a nuclear computer from a specific manufacturer will interface with all the gamma cameras sold by that same manufacturer. Buyers should make sure that the nuclear computer and its peripherals can interface with the gamma camera work station.
  7. When facilities purchase the nuclear computer and gamma camera work station from two different suppliers, they should know which supplier is responsible for which part of the system to ensure fast and efficient service.
  8. When dealing with DICOM compliance, facilities should consider areas such as nuclear medicine, secondary capture, service class user/service class provider, query and retrieve, modality work list, and performed procedure step.
  9. Sufficient memory is an important consideration. It enables the nuclear computer to store and retrieve data obtained from nuclear medicine studies. The storage space is available on hard disk, floppy disk, optical disk, and other forms of storage media.
  10. Many applications are covered by analytic software, including cardiac, pulmonary, renal, whole-body, tomography, isotop scanning, ECT scanning, elliptical orbit/body contouring, and planar and SPECT Thallium-201 analysis.
  11. The camera is often located far away from the nuclear computer. Therefore, a special line driver circuit is usually required to drive the low power camera signals over the long lines to the computer. This will ensure that the distances do not distort the signals, and it will protect the camera circuits from being damaged by the long lines.
  12. Clinical software is included with most systems. The exact form and norms vary among manufacturers. It is extremely important that buyers understand the operation of the software and the basic assumptions underlying its design.
  13. Buyers should look into the software's ease-of-use and versatility, the reliability of its clinical results, the execution speed of its programs, and the manufacturer's upgrade policy.
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