CardioMD Features and Benefits
Setting new standards in the nuclear cardiology
The CardioMD is a compact fixed-90 nuclear cardiology gamma camera designed for high-quality imaging in private offices and hospital outpatient clinics.
CardioMDs distinguishing features include:
Excellent image quality High-sensitivity LEHR collimators and advanced robotics that minimizes patient-to-detector distance Adherence to ASNC guidelines horizontal supine and prone patient positioning, 90-degree dual-detector configuration and attenuation correction Horizontal imaging position for improved clinical confidence Allows supine and prone imaging and is comfortable for patients Field-upgradeable to attenuation correction - maximize investment protection High throughput Fixed-90 dual head camera design and workflow optimized for cardiology Complete suite of cardiac imaging applications AutoSPECT, Cedar-Sinai AutoQUANT, 4DMSPECT and Emory Toolbox Small footprint Compact design fits easily into a 8 ft x 10 ft (2.4m x 3.0m) room Patient friendly open gantry design easier on claustrophobic patients
Now available with CardioMD:
VantagePro Attenuation Correction (AC) Industrys only AC technology with truncation compensation, designed to maximize diagnostic accuracy and clinical usefulness.
JETStream Workspace Philips next generation, comprehensive nuclear cardiology Windows XP-based workstation. Display, processing, review, reporting and image archiving can exist at a single location or distributed in multiple locations throughout the department.
CardioMD Technical Specifications Installation Requirements
Gantry Weight: 2425 lbs (1100 kg)
Supine-only Supine/Prone System dimensions 73 in. x 74 in. x 79 in. 73 in. x 74 in. x 108 in. (186cm x 189cm x 200cm) (186cm x 189cm x 275cm) Minimum room size 8 ft. x 10 ft. (2.4 m x 3m) 10 ft. x 11 ft. (3m x 3.4m)
Temperature 15° to 30° C (59° to 86° F) Relative humidity 45% to 80% Voltage/current: 100, 120V +10%, 12 A 200, 220, 240V +10%, 6.25 A Heat generation < 4800 BTU/hr. Floor level specification Floor must be level ± .5 in.