The Spectrum Dynamics Veriton-CT64 Digital SPECT/CT nuclear imaging system has its SPECT detectors housed in extendable arms to get as close to the patent's chest as possible to improve cardiac perfusion image quality. Photo by Dave Fornell
December 4, 2020 — Spectrum Dynamics Medical, Inc., has received Canadian Medical Device License from Health Canada for its premium digital SPECT/64-slice CT scanner, Veriton-CT64. Veriton-CT64 is designed for both, total body and organ-focused, hybrid imaging with shorter scan times, at lower injected activity when compared to current analog dual-detector technology.
Veriton-CT64 SPECT/CT digital technology plus unique design enables routine hybrid 3D imaging for cardiac, brain, lung indications, and for the first time, total body hybrid SPECT/CT imaging. Head to toes SPECT/CT scan in less than 20 minutes: avoids the additional scanning that is needed when planar imaging is used for whole-body scans. Easy on the patient, fluid on the schedule, comprehensive in the clinical information it provides, digital imaging with Veriton-CT64 provides significant benefits to clinicians and patients.
“It’s not just using digital detector technology that enables clinical benefits, it is also the ring-shaped gantry design that allows simultaneous 360-degree coverage around the patient for improved image quality and throughput,” said Jim Haisler, Vice President of Global Commercial Operations for Spectrum Dynamics. “At a time when equipment purchase decisions are so critical, VERITON-CT64 provides essential technology to maximize procedure type flexibility, dose management and significantly improve imaging efficiency.”
The Veriton-CT16 is also approved for sales in Canada. Both feature 80-cm bore size gantry and integrated operator’s console that includes the latest reconstruction and post processing applications for absolute quantitative image analysis in SPECT/CT.
For more information: www.spectrum-dynamics.com