Nemoto Kyorindo's GE-Nemoto Dual Shot Alpha, which features Body Weight Protocol (BWP), Linear Decay Protocol (LDP) and Dilution Phase Protocol. The BWP method tailors the protocol based on the patients weight and the contrast concentration. The LDP uses less contrast to deliver the same amount of enhancement, injection time and image quality as normal injector methods, said the company. The Dilution Phase Protocol delivers contrast and saline simultaneously, which is commonly used in cardiac imaging today.
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