Is 2021 the year you get to buy a PET/CT Scanner? If so, you have a lot of details to consider before making a decision. Our team of experts at Atlantis Worldwide put together this list of questions you should ask before you buy.Read More
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Nuclear medicine and molecular imaging are transforming the medical field. So how, exactly, do they work?Read More
Nuclear medicine and molecular imaging are making a huge impact on medicine today, enabling us to view the inner workings of the body and see how it’s functioning. It means imaging isn’t just about diagnosis anymore. Yes, nuclear medicine and molecular imaging are letting us diagnose disease almost at its onset,Read More
If you’ve ever bought a PET/CT Scanner you know it’s a process filled with choices and decisions. How much to do want to spend? How much will you have to spend? Which accessories do you need? Which can you live without?Read More
It’s an amazing achievement in medical imaging, to be sure. But with technology advancing at increasingly impressive speed, we aren’t surprised. However, we are definitely impressed. In less than 60 seconds anRead More
It looks like it’s only a few years away—a portable, wearable PET scan that could be used on the football sidelines (or battlefield or anywhere else) to instantly diagnose whether an injured person has sustained brain damage. It would be much
easier to use onsite and much less expensive than current technology, which requires a patient to be rushed to the hospital and lie still under a large and heavy PET Scanner.
Since PET/MRIs have hit the scene, there’s been a lot of talk about how they will affect the use of PET/CTs, and whether or not the use of PET/MRIs will take off or not. Let’s start with the basics about the newer PET/MRI.Read More
By combining two distinct imaging systems, PET-CT has become one of the most effective imaging procedures available today. PET-CT is an advanced nuclear imaging technique that combines molecular imaging known as Positron Emission Tomography (PET) and Computer Tomography (CT) into one highly sophisticated process.Read More
Since the advent of modern medicine doctors, researchers, engineers and technicians have worked diligently to create better, less intrusive ways to diagnose and heal people. As technology continues to advance exponentially, our ability to refine and redesign the
equipment we use in hospitals and clinics around the world grows.
When most people hear the word “nuclear,” the first thing that comes to mind is not so positive. Think Chernobyl. Think Fukushima Daiichi. But in the medical world, “nuclear” is a great thing. Nuclear medicine is a branch of medical imaging that uses small amounts of radioactive materials to diagnose and determine the severity a variety of diseases, including many cancers, heart disease, gastrointestinal, endocrine, neurological disorders and other abnormalities within the body. These procedures provide a wealth of valuable information that is not available through x-rays.Read More