Mar 03 2016

The Importance of Diagnostic Radiopharmaceuticals

Nuclear medicine uses radiation to provide diagnostic information about the functioning of a person’s specific organs. Diagnostic procedures using radioisotopes are becoming more routine due to the valuable information they can provide. Why Use Radiopharmaceuticals? Every organ in our bodies acts differently from a chemical point of view. Nuclear medicine researchers have identified many chemicals […]
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Jul 21 2015

The Characterization of Multinuclei PET Scanners

  The first article in our new Recent Highlights Series discusses the recent article “Beyond 18F-FDG: characterization of PET/CT and PET/MR scanners for a comprehensive set of positron emitters of growing application – 18F, 11C, 89Zr, 124I, 68Ga, and 90Y” by Soderlund et al. published in the Journal of Nuclear Medicine (doi:10.2967/jnumed.115.156711). The purpose of […]
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May 11 2015

The Top 5 Things to Consider When Purchasing Nuclear Medicine Software.

There are many things to consider when purchasing software for your facility. Here are the top 5 reasons to choose ec² Software Solutions. # 1. Experience and Expertise With over 30 years of real-world experience in the nuclear medicine industry, ec² Software Solutions offers the best nuclear medicine, molecular imaging, and radiopharmaceutical quality management software available. Our […]
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Oct 01 2014

ec² Software Solutions To Exhibit at EANM in October

ec² Software Solutions will be exhibiting at the upcoming European Association of Nuclear Medicine Annual Meeting this October. Held October 18-22 in Gothenburg, Sweden, the EANM Annual Meeting has developed an exciting program for attendees with scientific sessions, multi-disciplinary symposium, and an exhibitor hall. This year, the event will offer different ‘tracks’ for attendees to […]
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Aug 12 2014

Getting Started with BioPointe for Android

In a 2006 survey performed by the American Society of Hospital Pharmacists (ASHP), the primary fear of hospitalized patients was identified as being given the wrong medication. While numerous safeguards are in place to guard against this type of error being made in a nuclear pharmacy setting, nationally, the Institute of Medicine (IOM) estimates that […]
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