by Mai Hiraoka
, Media Relations Manager | July 17, 2020
From the July 2020 issue of HealthCare Business News magazine
Sun Nuclear Modular DBT™ Phantom
Modular DBT™ Phantom
The Modular DBT™ Phantom from Sun Nuclear enables comprehensive testing of digital breast tomosynthesis systems. A stack of modules supports a variety of tests and automatically aligns to the detector chest wall for easy setup and reproducibility. A range of simple to complex targets are precisely placed within tissue-equivalent breast material that is 50% breast-glandular and 50% breast-adipose. High-attenuating objects are used to test projection images, and low contrast objects simulate breast tissue for reconstructed images. Comply with developing protocols and standards, including EUREF, IEC2 and AAPM Task Group 245.
Numed, a well established company in business since 1975 provides a wide range of service options including time & material service, PM only contracts, full service contracts, labor only contracts & system relocation. Call 800 96 Numed for more info.
Sun Nuclear Mammo 3D Performance Kit
Mammo 3D™ Performance Kit
The Mammo 3D™ Performance Kit from Sun Nuclear includes several PMMA plates, spacers, aluminum plates and foils, steel plates, plus a variety of customized test tools, and a custom case. It’s designed to comply with IEC Protocol 601223-3-6, EUREF 1.03, EUREF 4th Edition 2B, and German DIN 6868-1.
The 3024MX is a second-generation FPD for Digital Breast Tomosynthesis (DBT) and Full Field Digital Mammography (FFDM). Its maximum frame rate of 5 fps, 40 percent higher saturation dose, and improved low dose performance make the 3024MX a robust and cost-efficient choice for 3D tomosynthesis and mammography.
The B-121 is an upgrade to the leading B-115 housing design and includes a unique fan shroud design allowing 300W of heat dissipation, which enables high patient throughput and tomosynthesis imaging, minimizing the possibility of overheating the X-ray unit. Varex offers a large tube portfolio for Full Field Digital Mammography (FFDM), including the widely used M-113 insert in the B-121 housing.Back to HCB News