Technology | June 05, 2006

Gamma Camera Designed for Nuclear Cardiac Imaging

The Cardius-3 is reportedly the first triple-head gamma camera that is designed for nuclear cardiac imaging.

Its three-detector, solid-state design delivers high-count statistics, high sensitivity and quality images, according to the company. With its modern and compact design, the Cardius-3 reportedly offers an open gantry design, allowing it to fit in small rooms. Utilizing optimized cardiac collimation and a cardiocentric technique, the Cardius-3 reportedly features the latest advances in nuclear cardiology.

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