NeuroLogica Corporation, out of Danvers, Massachusetts, has announced
receipt of FDA 510(k) clearance for the company’s SPECT (single photon emission computed tomograph). The inSPira HD is a mobile system that runs on batteries, and so, at only 1800 pounds, can be moved around hospital wards if necessary.
inSPira HD features NeuroLogica’s patented spiral-rotating focused collimators within a mobile platform. Image quality approaches PET with the resulting reconstructed spatial resolution as high as 3.0mm.
inSPira HD is capable of imaging all available neuro radiotracers offering a broad range of clinical applications including Epilepsy, Parkinson’s, Stroke and Alzheimer’s.
The focused collimators and spiral scan motion of the inSPira HD are responsible for the higher resolution (both in-plane and in z-axis) as compared to conventional Gamma Camera SPECT systems. The combination allows isotropic scans and reconstruction with as high as 3mm resolutionin X,Y,Z.
Product page: inSPira HD…
Press release: NeuroLogica Corporation Announces FDA 510(k) Clearance for inSPira HD: portable high resolution SPECT…