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News | June 12, 2009

Medi/Nuclear to Show Radioaerosol Lung Imaging Systems Kits

June 12, 2009 – Medi/Nuclear to display product kits, which are companion product to its Radioaerosol Lung Imaging Systems, for use with ventilators at SNM at booth 1220.

As a companion to the Radioaerosol Lung Imaging Systems, Medi/Nuclear Corp. announced the availability of similar product kits, but specially designed to use with patients on ventilators. All component parts are supplied in one package for ready availability when needed for that occasional special needs patient. The outlet tubing comes supplied with a 15 mm connector which enables easy connection to the patient’s tracheostomy or endotrachael tube.

Each kit is specially designed to work with the Aero/VentTM + Plus Shield, the Insta/VentTM Shield or the Aero/VentTM Jr. Additionally, Medi/Nuclear markets a 2-minute radioaerosol delivery system for use with Tc-99 DTPA, the Insta/VentTM Plus Radioaerosol Delivery System. All units provide sub-micron (0.3 MMAD) size particles that are delivered to the entire lung and presents the nuclear medicine clinician or radiologist with an excellent readable image. Trial material is available.

For more information: www.medinuclear.com

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