Iris QA debuts nuclear medicine toolkit
Iris QA, a developer of software-based analysis tools for CT, MR and nuclear medicine imaging systems, has launched a new nuclear medicine toolkit application that features a Microsoft Windows-based interface and DICOM 3.0 support.

A single-page report is generated for each analysis which contains: the site, imaging system, data acquisition parameters, test results and a thumbnail image of the processed data, according to the Frederick, Md.-based company.

Processing tools for the following tests are included in the toolkit: intrinsic spatial resolution, intrinsic spatial linearity, multiple window spatial registration, system spatial resolution with scatter, system spatial resolution without scatter, SPECT reconstructed spatial resolution without scatter and SPECT reconstructed spatial resolution with scatter, Iris said.

Additional SPECT analysis tools are available for Capintec's Specphan QC phantom. The package can be used as a companion product with Iris' QA's CT AutoQA Lite package for analysis of CT and SPECT/CT imaging systems.