Philips demonstrates Gemini PET/CT system enhancements
Philips Medical Systems previewed a number of enhancements to its Gemini PET/CT systems at the Academy of Molecular Imaging (AMI) annual conference, March 18 - 23, in Orlando, Fla.  
For its Gemini16 Power and Gemini Dual systems, Philips showed a new cardiac review and analysis package to facilitate faster diagnosis; list mode acquisition and data management tools to meet research needs; gated acquisition for cardiac and respiratory applications and research; new DICOM connectivity features for improved communication with PACS, HIS/RIS and radiation therapy planning systems; and fast 3D RAMLA PET reconstruction for improved throughput
Philips said the enhancements are available on Gemini 16 Power, and will be available on Gemini Dual later this year.  
Philips recently released other enhancements for Gemini Dual, including an integrated PET/CT acquisition user interface for improved acquisition workflow, and advanced CT features to expand its range of clinical applications.