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QC-Phantoms & Calibration

Medical Imaging Sources

  • Medical Imaging Sources like Botton, Pin & Rod sources  for wide range of Attenuation Correction line sources for SPECT and PET studies.

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Anthropomorphic SPECT Phantom

  • Evaluation of cardiac and lung ECT data acquisition and reconstruction methods

  • Evaluation of non-uniform attenuation and scatter compensation methods

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​​Anthropomorphic Phantoms

  • Receptor Quantification As A Function Of Uptake Ratio

  • Partial Volume Effects

  • Scatter And Attenuation-Correction Schemes

  • Threshold for Changes in Uptake

  • Comparison Of Different Acquisition Modes, e.g. 2-D Vs 3-D Pet

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Cardiac Insert

  • Evaluation of cardiac ECT data

  • Evaluation of attenuation and scatter

  • Simulates normal and abnormal myocardial uptake

  • Solid inserts simulate transmural and non-transmural cold abnormalities

  • Fillable inserts simulate transmural and non-transmural cold or hot abnormalities

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Flangeless Deluxe PET and SPECT Phantoms

  • System performance valuation of: Collimator, Artifacts, Calibration, and Reconstruction Parameters

  • Acceptance testing

  • Routine quality, assurance and control

  • Evaluation of center-of-rotation error

  • Evaluation of non-uniformity artifact

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Hoffman 3-D Brain Phantom™

  • Cylinder Dimensions: I.D.: 6.9″ h x 8.2″ dia (17.5 x 20.8 cm)

  • Fillable Volume: ~ 1.2 L

  • Shipping Weight: 23 lb (10.4 kg)

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Jaszczak SPECT Phantom

  • System performance valuation of: Collimator, Artifacts, Calibration, and Reconstruction Parameters

  • Acceptance testing

  • Routine quality, assurance and control

  • Evaluation of center-of-rotation error

  • Evaluation of non-uniformity artifact

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NEMA IEC PET Body Phantom Set ™

  • The NEMA IEC Body Phantom Set™ consists of a body phantom, a lung insert and an insert with six spheres with various sizes

  • It is designed in accordance with the recommendations by the International
    Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) and modified by the National Electrical manufacturers Association (NEMA)

  • It is recommended for use in the evaluation of reconstructed image quality in whole body PET imaging

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NEMA IEC PET Scatter Phantom ™

  • The NEMA Scatter Phantom™ is designed in accordance with the recommendations by the National Electrical manufacturers Association (NEMA) to standardize the measurement of count rate performance of a scintillation camera in the presence of scatter*

  • Is a solid right circular high density polyethylene cylinder

  • Has a fillable line source holder parallel to the center axis of the cylinder and offset a distance O.D. 4.5 cm

  • The cylinder is made of four sections for ease of carrying/storage

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NEMA PET Sensitivity Phantom ™

  • Performance Measurements of Scintillation Cameras, NEMA Standards Publication No. NU2, National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA), Washington, D.C., 2001

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NEMA SPECT Triple Line Source Phantom ™

  • The NEMA SPECT Triple Line Source Phantom is designed in accordance with the recommendations by the National Electrical manufacturers Association (NEMA) to standardize the measurement of reconstructed spatial resolution of SPECT*

  • Material clear is PMMA

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PET Phantom – NEMA 2012

  • Complies with NEMA 2012 Standard

  • Simulation of whole-body imaging using PET and camera-based coincidence imaging techniques

  • Evaluation of reconstructed image quality in whole-body PET and camera-based coincidence imaging

  • Determination of the coincidence count rate characteristics in brain and cardiac imaging

  • Evaluation of the relationship between true coincidence count rate and radioactivity

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PET Scatter Phantom™ – NEMA

  • Complies with NEMA 2012 Standard

  • Acceptance testing

  • Determine the imaging systems relative sensitivity to scatter radiation

  • Measure the effects of dead-time and the effects of random events generated
    at different levels of activity of the line source

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PET Sensitivity Phantom™ – NEMA

  • Complies with NEMA 2012 Standard

  • Ideal for PET camera sensitivity

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PET-CT Phantom

  • Acceptance testing of PET/CT and SPECT/CT systems

  • Routine quality evaluation of PET/CT and SPECT/CT systems

  • Evaluation of new image fusion software

  • Evaluation of new attenuation correction algorithms

  • Aluminum tubes are for registration

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Specphan Phantom

  • Slice Width, Pixel Size and High

  • Resolution Section

  • Point Source Insert

  • Image Uniformity and Noise Section

  • Low Contrast Inserts

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Triple Line Insert

  • Center-of-rotation error evaluation

  • Evaluation of changes of radius-of-rotation on spatial resolution

  • Spatial resolution measurement in air and in water, if mounted in cylinder

  • Quantitative evaluation of reconstruction filters and scatter compensation method

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