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Faster, better, safer: The latest in PET and SPECT

by Lisa Chamoff, Contributing Reporter | June 06, 2022
Molecular Imaging
From the June 2022 issue of HealthCare Business News magazine


“It runs the QC program overnight, so that technologists don’t have to use a radioactive source to run a QC program at the beginning of each day,” said Jeffrey Bundy, chief executive officer of United Imaging Healthcare Solutions.

The company also released its uAI HYPER DPR Deep Progressive Reconstruction technology, which uses AI to improve PET image quality. The algorithm is trained on the uEXPLORER ultrahigh-resolution digital PET/CT.

“That high-quality data, which comes from highest-resolution scanner on the market, and iterative approach allows us to create a higher signal-to-noise reconstruction, but at the same time the neural network increases the contrast of the images,” Bundy said.

Both applications are available on both new and all installed systems through United Imaging’s Software Upgrades for Life program.


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