Bayer adds connectivity to Intego PET injector

By AuntMinnie.com staff writers

July 15, 2020 -- Bayer has added features to its Medrad Intego PET radiopharmaceutical infusion system that improve the injector's connectivity with HIS and PACS, and also add radiation dose tracking features.

Bayer has added a Smart package to Intego that includes features designed to improve workflow, streamline schedule management via HIS and DICOM modality worklist, and automate the exchange of infusion records and radiation dose information with PACS. The Smart package was developed in cooperation with ec2 Software Solutions and its DICOM interface partner, Numa.

The Smart package sends files to Numa's NumaStatus application, which updates the NMIS/BioDose radioisotope management system from ec2. This exchange ensures the accuracy of patient radiation dose records and improves regulatory compliance by reducing manual data entry tasks.

Bayer is featuring the Medrad Intego PET infusion system with the Smart package at this week's Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging (SNMMI) virtual meeting.


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