Nuclear Imaging Services is proud to offer quality refurbished gamma cameras. NIS systems selected for refurbishment are carefully inspected piece-by-piece, refurbished in-house to OEM specifications, and meticulously tested to ensure the highest quality equipment is put into service. Every refurbished unit is fully warranted and supported.
|Philips/ADAC Cardio MD
A fixed 90 degree cardiology camera designed for office-based practices. Featuring excellent image quality, high throughput, and a small footprint.
Variable angle open gantry imaging system: superior technology and unrestricted patient access.
The imaging standard. Variable angle nuclear imaging system increases patient throughput while improving diagnostic competence.
|Philips/ADAC Single Head Genesys
Optimum digital quality and high throughput total body and SPECT imaging.
Compact, lightweight, solid-state Single or Dual Head systems designed for maximum clinical versatility, convenience, and flexibility anywhere you need to perform mobile procedures.
The Pulse simplifies nuclear cardiology without reducing the camera's functionality. Light weight, easy exchange collimators reduce QC times and improve camera imaging time. The Pulse can perform 180° or 360° acquisitions for added flexibility.
Small footprint to fit within compact spaces. Dual-detector with fixed 90-angle digital camera.
|GE Millennium MG
Compact configuration fits into a 17’ x 8.5’ room with whole body and SPECT acquisition. Dual, variable angle, digital CSE detectors for better image quality with fast and safe semi-automatic simultaneous collimator exchange.
|GE Millennium VG
Dual head, variable angle with LFOV detectors. Capable of whole body, planar, and SPECT imaging with automated simultaneous dual collimator changing.
Cardiac SPECT and rapid acquisition with a small footprint and dual detector. Minimal patient to detector distance.
|Siemens E-CAM (Single & Dual Head)
Save space while maintaining high patient throughput. The unique gantry design facilitates spect cardiac stress studies as well as general nuclear medicine imaging.