“Department will benefit from the decreased acquisition time and increased throughput the D-SPECT offers. We look forward to adding its SPECT coronary flow capabilities to our established regional service.”

Robin Mark McDade, Senior Technologist, Glasgow Royal Infirmary

‘”As one of the country’s busiest Nuclear Cardiology Departments we have greatly benefited from the flexibility that the digital CZT technology in the D-SPECT offers us. In particular, the increased sensitivity of the system has had a major impact on increasing patient throughput in the department allowing us to continue to recover from the COVID-19 crisis.”

Dr Craig Paterson, Head of Nuclear Cardiology, Glasgow Royal Infirmary

“We’re excited by the possibility of increased sensitivity, improved workflow and reduced doses, as well as the potential of new applications of dynamic 3D SPECT. We are thrilled that our patients in Bath will be the first in the UK to benefit from this exciting new technology.

Dr. David Little, Clinical Lead for Nuclear Medicine, Royal United Hospital, Bath

“The higher sensitivity facilitates much faster scans, improving patient experience and allowing an increased patient throughput. The team recognizes the real potential the VERITON-CT has over other systems and looks forward to working with Spectrum Dynamics to develop new and exciting imaging technology.

Dr. Martyn Evans, Consultant Medical Physicist, Royal United Hospital, Bath

The Nuclear Medicine Department has two gamma cameras and performs around 4,500 examinations a year. We are replacing the older gamma camera with a VERITON-CT system, as we feel this is the best on the market. We want to use the increased quality of imaging and speed of scanning to improve our clinical outcomes and patient experience.

Dr Stewart Redman, Consultant Radiologist, Royal United Hospital, Bath