Data Spectrum Lung Phantom

DATA SPECTRUM LUNG PHANTOM

The lung phantom consists of two chambers that are shaped to simulate lungs. These chambers are filled with material which mimics the lung tissue. When the lung chambers are packed with styrofoam beads and filled with a radioactive solution, they simulate lung tissues with a density of circa 0.3g/cm3 and with any radioactive concentration desired.

The lung phantoms can also be used with the DATA SPECTRUM Cardiac Insert to simulate realistically the attenuation coefficients of, and radioactive uptake, in various tissues in the human upper torso. This makes it ideal for evaluating cardiac SPECT imaging methods including reconstruction algorithms and non-uniform attenuation compensation techniques for improved image quality and quantitative accuracy.

CodeDescription
22043-740 Data Spectrum lung phantom with elliptical cylinder
22043-777 Cardiac insert
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