Ecat Exact Hr+: Essential Technology at an Affordable Price
Looking for the Ecat Exact Hr+? We Have Models in Our Inventory Priced Affordably
Welcome to Marquis Medical, the PET/CT specialists. If you are seeking the Siemens Ecat Exact Hr+, learn about the scanner models we have in our inventory. Then contact us to discuss your clinical and budget needs, get a quote, and find out how we can help you in your search for a PET/CT scanner. We provide complete systems, parts, and maintenance service, at affordable prices. Our scanners and parts are pre-owned and guaranteed to work like new. Not sure if reconditioned is right for you? We would be happy to answer all your questions. Contact Marquis Medical today.
Ecat Exact Hr+ Scanner Models in Our Inventory
Right now, we are carrying a 2003 Siemens Ecat Hr+. This is a bismuth germanate (BGO) scintillator high-resolution PET scanner. We also have a 2002 Siemens Ecat Exact BGO PET scanner available. Both are pre-owned and restored to like new condition by our highly-trained team. Contact us for more details about these scanners and to get a quote for the price of the scanner, which includes installation, shipping and warranty.
What is BGO?
Bismuth germanium oxide, or BGO, is one of the types of scintillation crystals used in clinical PET imaging. The other crystals used are gadolinium oxyorthosilicate (GSO) and lutetium oxyorthosilicate (LSO). In the Ecat Exact and other scanner models, BGO crystals are coupled with photomultiplier tubes in the detectors of the PET camera system. The camera system includes multiple rings of detectors.
“The ring design utilizes the concept that two photons detected in close temporal proximity (on the order of 6 to 12 nanoseconds) by two opposed detectors in the ring are likely to have originated from a single annihilation event in the body, somewhere along a line between the two detectors. Such a simultaneous detection is termed a ‘coincidence.’ All of the coincidence events detected during an imaging period are recorded by the PET computer system as a raw data set. As in single photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) examinations in nuclear medicine, the coincidence data in PET is reconstructed by a computer to produce cross-sectional images in the axial, sagittal, and coronal planes.”Source: University of Virginia
The images produced by the Ecat Exact help doctors diagnose cancer, brain disease, and heart disease, and have the potential to be used for even more medical applications. When you invest in an Ecat Exact Hr+ from Marquis, you can save up to half the cost of new on this critical piece of medical imaging equipment.
More Scanners in Our Inventory
In addition to the Exact Exact Hr+ models listed above, we have a number of scanner systems from Siemens. The Mobile Biograph 6, Biograph 40 TruePoint, the Biograph 6 Hi-Rez, and the Biograph Duo are ready for clinical use. Browse our inventory, then contact us for more information. We look forward to serving your needs.
Sources for This Article:
PET Detector – University of Virginia