Glasgow Royal Infirmary’s department of nuclear cardiology has increased patient throughput since receiving a D-SPECT Cardio system from Link Medical, distributor for the Spectrum Dynamics range of gamma cameras.
D-SPECT Cardio is equipped with dynamic SPECT imaging that is capable of performing coronary flow reserve and is said to produce high resolution MPI images at a fraction of the time of conventional technologies.
Head of nuclear cardiology Dr Craig Paterson said: “As one of the country’s busiest nuclear cardiology departments we have greatly benefited from the flexibility that the digital CZT technology in the D-SPECT offers us. In particular, the increased sensitivity of the system has had a major impact on increasing patient throughput in the department, allowing us to reduce waiting times and continue to recover from the COVID-19 crisis.
Picture: Head of nuclear cardiology Dr Craig Paterson, senior clinical technologists Robin McDade and Gayle McMaster with Link Medical ceo Peter Dobson (behind).
See the full report on page 15 of the May 2021 issue of RAD Magazine.