Portable Cardiac SPECT Imaging

With our portable dual-head Digirad cameras, you will be able to effectively and efficiently scan your patients right from the comfort of your existing office space. It has the smallest footprint in the industry and can fit in an office or work space as little as 7 x 8 feet.

Your patients scan will be done in a comfortable upright sitting position with an average scan time of a swift 7 minutes, decreasing motion and increasing the accuracy for each of the rest and stress scans. Our certified nuclear technologist and licensed paramedic will be present to operate the camera, handle the isotopes, guide your patients through the cardiac imaging process, perform the stress (which can be done pharmacologically, by treadmill, or both), and more. 

For image construction and reporting, we utilize Cedar Sinai's QPS and QGS software for excellent image processing and interpretation. The images and reports are then stored on a remote, secure server you can plug in to at anytime for your convenience.


Stress/Rest SPECT scan example

Cardiac scan captured using our portable Digirad Cardius XPO2 cameras displaying both stress and rest conditions. 7 minute acquisition time. 

QPS results example

Results page produced using Cedar Sinai's reporting software for Quantitative Perfusion SPECT (QPS) utilized for physician interpretation. 

QGS results example

Results page produced using Cedar Sinai's reporting software for Quantitative Gated SPECT (QGS) utilized for physician interpretation.