A PET-CT scan is vital in diagnosing cancer with accuracy. A new digital PET CT scanner offers high precision cancer diagnosis. This helps oncologists develop better treatment plans for patients.
The digital PET CT is the first UDR detector that helps in identifying smaller lesions in the body. It improves the reproducibility, performance, and accuracy in scanning. With a blend of resolution and effective sensitivity, doctors will be able to evaluate the impact of treatment before administering it.
There is a need for precision in cancer care, and this new imaging technique helps oncologists diagnose cancer accurately. A digital PET CT can help to identify cancerous lesions or tumors quickly and accurately and help determine a treatment plan for positive clinical outcomes for cancer patients.
The digital PET CT scanner can perform up to 50 scans each day. This will reduce the waiting time for patients. The other advantage of this imaging technique is that it reduces the hazardous risks of radiation since the amount of isotope usage by the scan is 50% lower.
Using this new imaging technique will help in early cancer diagnosis and help to accurately stage the results and improve patient outcomes. It is going to transform cancer diagnosis and therapy and assist in millimeter level disease staging to ensure appropriate treatment is administered.
The new scanner will reduce scan time and injected dose, therefore lowering patients’ exposure to radiation. This indeed will transform cancer care and treatment delivery. The notable advantages of the new digital PET CT scanner include faster processing and crystal technology, shorter scan time (5 minutes), high precision levels, crisp and enhanced image quality, and reduced isotope levels of up to 70%
Patients can now schedule PET-CT scans without worrying about radiation exposure and longer scan times. Doctors will benefit from quicker results in identifying cancer early and planning the best treatment possible for each patient.