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  • NeuWise PET/CT Scanner

    The NeuWise PET/CT Scanner by Neusoft is a revolutionary advancement in medical imaging technology.

    Key Features of NeuWise PET/CT Scanner

    Main Parameters:

    • LYSO Detector Crystal
    • Time Resolution: 440ps
    • Spatial Resolution: 1.6mm
    • Portico Opening: 72 cm
    • Number of CT Cuts: 64
    • Axial Field of View:

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    Field of View: 224 mm (NeuWise Pro PET/CT)

  • Sensitivity: 33cps/KBq (NeuWise Pro PET/CT)
  • Coincidence Time Calibration

    Precise calculation of time delay compensation for accurate image information output.

    Wise-Reservation QC without Source

    • Achieve daily QC without a source, with zero radiation exposure and intelligent care.
    • Increased flexibility through reservation function, significantly reducing Quality Control (QC) time.

    Intelligent Wise-VC Panoramic Imaging

    • Equipped with a digital chip and Linux system, boasting 2 million pixels and 1080P HD resolution camera.
    • Utilizes an image distortion calibration algorithm for fast and precise imaging.
    • Intelligent image capture system identifies subtle patient movement changes.
    • Wise-VC motion alert offers synchronous warnings, enhancing image collection efficiency and precision.

    Intelligent Software for an Optimized Experience


    An intelligent reconstruction algorithm replacing external respiratory gated hardware, allowing for comfortable breathing during scans. Corrects respiratory motion defects effectively.

    Registration Assistant:

    • Injection Management: Calculates tracer injection doses intelligently for patient registration.
    • Resting Management: Coordinates and manages multiple patients' resting times, reducing human errors with automatic reminders.
    • Protocol Management: Remotely selects protocols for easy operation.
    • Equipment Monitoring: Monitors equipment operation remotely through mobile terminals to ensure normal functioning.


    View Maximum Intensity Projection (MIP) images in real-time during scans, providing quicker insights into reconstructed images' status.