News | June 04, 2007

GVI Envisions Clear Vision for Cardiac SPECT

June 5, 2007 - GVI Medical Devices, Inc., extended its nuclear cardiology line with the introduction of ClearVision SPECT imaging system, designed to offer cost-effective diagnostic cardiac imaging.
The system performs upright or seated patient imaging using an open design optimized for acquisition accuracy and patient comfort. The system is capable of imaging patients up to 500 pounds and has a compact footprint of just 3x6, designed for smaller spaces. The scanner is available in both a single or dual detector configuration, complete with its “RESOLVE” technology, which incorporates a new standard for at–depth resolution and signal-to-noise ratio.

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