PET (Positron Emission Tomography) and Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography (SPECT) are a powerful imaging techniques that use a weakly radioactive substance (radiotracer) to map biochemical and physiological functions in living organisms. Radiotracers are radiolabeled molecules used in PET and/or SPECT diagnostic imaging, and the production process involves cyclotrons or generators, medicinal radiochemistry techniques (such as automation and microfluidics), quality control, and documentation.
At BioImaging Austria, we offer PET and SPECT imaging devices in combination with CT and/or MRI imaging devices for optimal results. These devices allow for non-invasive, high-resolution imaging of internal structures and functions, and can be used to study a wide range of diseases and conditions.
– Oncology, neurology, cardiology
– Pharmocokinetic and pharmacodynamic imaging
– 18F-labelled PET tracers
– 11C-labelled PET tracers
– 68Ga-labelled PET tracers
– 99mTc-labelled SPECT tracers