DDD-Diagnostic A/S Receives FDA 510k Approval for the New QuantumCam General Purpose, Variable Angle, SPECT Nuclear Medicine Camera

DDD-Diagnostic Is Excited to Announce FDA (510k) Approval of the QuantumCam Nuclear Medicine Camera! UMRi is Ready to Distribute the NEW QuantumCam Camera Throughout North America.

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New General Purpose Camera

QuantumCam

Fits in a minimum room size of 9.2 ft. x 9.8 ft.

(PRWEB) May 13, 2014

Universal Medical Resources, Inc., is prepared to begin shipping and installing the new QuantumCam variable angle, SPECT gamma camera manufactured by DDD-Diagnostic A/S. The QuantumCam has been approved by the FDA and awarded 510k certification.

DDD, located in Denmark, is known throughout the medical industry as an OEM manufacturer of gamma camera systems. In early 2012 the first products under the DDD brand were also released to the nuclear medicine/molecular imaging market. DDD was founded in 1987 and has been actively involved in design and development of some of the most successful gamma camera systems in cooperation with major international vendors of medical diagnostic imaging equipment.

The QuantumCam is a no-nonsense, variable angle gamma camera that is capable of general purpose, SPECT, and whole body imaging.

Highlights of the features offered by this uniquely designed gamma camera include:

  • A truly open gantry allowing greater patient comfort
  • SPECT capability in 90 degree and 180 degree detector configuration
  • Fits in a minimum room size of 9.2 ft. x 9.8 ft.
  • Balanced detectors that minimize setup time
  • Easy table removal for imaging patients upright or on stretchers
  • 440 pound patient table weight limit
  • Choice of a variety of collimators

The QuantumCam also provides seamless integration with most commonly used processing workstations.

UMRi is proud to be the exclusive distributor in North America for the NEW family of gamma cameras designed, developed and manufactured by DDD-Diagnostic A/S and is currently taking orders for the QuantumCam, CorCam, and SoloMobile.

Universal Medical Resources began providing nuclear medicine equipment and services in 1996 from its corporate offices located in Washington, MO. Its core products and services include completely refurbished cameras, quality parts, and excellent equipment service. The addition of the new family of cameras manufactured by DDD-Diagnostic adds to the company's nuclear medicine/molecular imaging portfolio. Discover more about the comprehensive products and services offered by UMRi at http://www.uni-med.com.


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