Mobile Nuclear Imaging Services Show a Huge Growth in North America
Our refurbished mobile nuclear imaging coach makes it easy to drive anywhere. All units are designed, assembled and tested to meet the exacting safety standards. Coach has features like aerodynamic efficiency, air ride suspension, heating and air conditioning, wheel chair lifts, levelling system, 22.5 KW generator, shore power hook-up, automatic hydraulically controlled levelling system, fiberglass step well entry, reliability and many more features. Each mobile nuclear imaging van is ready to go with everything you need to treat patients. Each coach has expandable sides, waiting room, reception, used Siemens E-Cam and Phillips Forte Nuclear imaging system and ergonomically designed interior to maximize patients flow, comfort and efficiency. We have the quality of being trustworthy and of performing consistently well.
Our Refurbished Mobile Nuclear Imaging Van can be acquired for about US$ 150,000.00 and the used Nuclear Imaging System starting with US$ 75,000.00 depending on the age of the imaging equipment, software upgrade required and customer specifications add-ons.
Nuclear medicine is a subset of medical imaging that uses radioactive material to identify the nature and the severity of the diseases, including cancers, heart disease, gastrointestinal, endocrine, neurological disorders and other abnormalities within the human body. Nuclear medicine imaging offers unique information that cannot be obtained using other imaging procedures and provides the potential to identify the disease in its earliest phase. Nuclear medicine is less expensive and may offer precise information than exploratory surgery.
The global nuclear medicines market is expected to grow to US$ 17,600 Million by 2020, growing at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of over 12%. Medical Imaging market is expected to reach US$ 43.3 Billion by 2024. The use of nuclear medicines for diagnostic purposes has gained popularity globally. Advancement in diagnostic imaging is bringing more use of nuclear medicine. Nuclear cardiology has gained popularity in North America.
The global nuclear medicine market is markedly driven by the rising preferences for PET (Positron Emission Tomography) and SPECT (Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography) scans. North America with the highest share in terms of revenue is the leading regional nuclear medicine market followed by Europe, Asia Pacific and rest of the world. Technical developments are one of the factors fueling the growth of this regional market. The computer aided detection services lead the service segment of the nuclear medicine market in North America.
The key players in the global nuclear medicine market are Cardinal Health, GE Healthcare, Mallinckrodt Plc., Lantheus Medical Imaging Inc., Bracco Imaging, Bayer Healthcare, Eczacibasi-Monrol Nuclear Products, Advanced Accelerator Applications, Nordion, and IBA Molecular Imaging.
The trends in Asia is a greater emphasis on positron emission tomography (PET) applications, whereas trends in Africa is a greater emphasis on single photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) training. Special attention is required to maximize the use of applications in nuclear cardiology and PET. Emerging countries can use international cooperation to enhance the level of use and innovation of nuclear medicine and related nuclear imaging services.
SPECT (Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography) is a nuclear medicine procedure in which gamma camera rotates around the patient and takes pictures from many angles which a computer then uses to form a tomographic (cross-sectional) image. The calculation process in SPECT is similar to that in CT X-ray computed tomography and PET (Positron Emission Computed Tomography). There are technological innovations which have made improvements in the nuclear medicine and imaging procedures and services to make them more efficient. Used and refurbished nuclear imaging equipment calibrated to the manufacturer’s specifications are readily available in the global market making it cost effective for professionals in the emerging countries to acquire them.
Mobile Nuclear Imaging Services will continue to grow in conjunction with hospitals having capacity issues in North America and in the global market. Populations residing in smaller communities, rural and remote locations can be served by Mobile Nuclear Imaging Van and also supplementing the hospitals at the same time.
Nuclear Imaging services from fixed clinics, hospitals and government institutions can be enhanced by introducing Mobile Nuclear Coach to reach rural, slum, impoverished, urban, business parks, retirement & nursing home members and many more patients in the community at large.