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SNMMI 2018 and GE

June 27, 2018

GE has published a story on the Emory Cardiac Toolbox and GE partnership:

 

New molecular imaging products deliver quantitative accuracy for improved diagnoses

  • Discovery MI now available in an upgradable configuration with ultra-high sensitivity

  • Five new nuclear medicine systems designed to help clinicians achieve exceptional outcomes

  • Nuclear cardiology imaging software, Emory Cardiac Toolbox, provides remote reading and reporting virtually anywhere

Philadelphia, PA – June 24, 2018 – GE Healthcare showcased new molecular imaging and software solutions at the Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging (SNMMI) 2018 that will help deliver the vision of precision health, giving personalized, quantitative data to clinicians. The company highlighted a new configuration for Discovery MI, the highest sensitivity digital PET in the industry.[1] The new 800 series includes five nuclear medicine scanners addressing a range of clinical and operational needs. Additionally, Emory Cardiac Toolbox, a nuclear cardiology imaging software, was launched providing anytime, anywhere remote reading and reporting from virtually any computer system. These new solutions will help deliver the digital future in molecular imaging bringing more quantitative, real-time data to clinicians for more confident diagnoses.

 

To continue reading:

https://www.genewsroom.com/press-releases/new-molecular-imaging-products-deliver-quantitative-accuracy-improved-diagnoses

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