About Cardiotom™ - Tomographic mobile gamma camera

Cardiotom Tomographic Mobile Gamma Camera is a fully mobile unit. It can be positioned and used at the hospital bed without moving the patient.

The whole process from injection to final result takes less than 10 minutes. Easy handling and short training period makes the Cardiotom system convinient to operate. It takes one person to move the system to wherever it is needed. The only formal requirement is availbility of a standard wall electrical outlet.

Adolesco is the company behind the Cardiotom Tomographic Mobile Gamma Camera. Adolesco is responsible for development, production and marketing. Cardiotom was created by researchers from the Karolinska Hospital, the Karolinska institute, Novum Research Park and the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden.

Cardiotom™ - Tomographic mobile gamma camera

CLINICAL IMAGES - CASE 1

Man, acquisition started approx 15min post exercise Inj ca 500MBq Tc-99m Cardiolite (Sestamibi)

2D-projections:

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8sec/proj. 20 projections, 40-degree 3 segment collimator

3D reconstruction:

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Slices 15 to 18 of 56 orientation of primary sections = approx short axis

CLINICAL IMAGES - CASE 2

Man on ICU with ECMO (Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation) pump Acquisition started approx 30 min post injectionInj ca 400MBq Tc-99m Cardiolite (Sestamibi)

2D-projections:

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18sec/proj. 20 projections, 40-degree 3 segment collimator

3D reconstruction:

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Slices 10 to 13 of 60 orientation of primary sections = HLA (Horisontal Long Axis)

Product drawing - Cardiotom Specifications

Detector = 90 kg, Collimator = 15 kg, Power required = 230v, 250w
Total weight = 320 kg

Operations mode

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Transport mode

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The latest version is Cardiotom Mark V

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