A new concept for the dispensing
and infusion of PET radiopharmaceuticals
Only 5 simple steps from the loading to the first injection of the radiopharmaceutical
the multidose kit
Each consumable kit comes in a sterile packaging, and covers the dispensing processes for the whole working day.
It’s extremely easy to install, as each component fits only into a specific slot; such operation will take no longer than two minutes.
Testing the kit
and the system
The system will automatically perform a warm up test to check for the proper installation and tightness of the consumable kit and make sure the pumps, bubble point, pressure sensors and peristaltic pump are working correctly.
The whole process is designed to avoid wasting both saline solution and radiopharmaceuticals, ensuring the highest safety level to the operator at the same time.
Loading the lead pot
Once the multidose (bulk) vial info are inserted (total activity, calibration time and total volume), the closed transport lead pot can be positioned in its housing.
The system then automatically opens the lead pot and transfers the whole volume. An acoustic alarm will go off as soon as the process is complete.
Preparation of the syringe begins with entering patient information into the system. This can be done manually or by downloading the patients list via DICOM.
Once dispensing has started, the whole dispensing procedure is automatic and ends with the printing of the label with patient information to be applied to the syringe.
Injecting the radiopharmaceutical
The Rad-Inject, or shielded syringe, is positioned onto the stand and connected to the patient, then the infusion process starts.
During the infusion, the operator can already start programming a new dispensing cycle on the same Karl100: a groundbreaking feature for dispensing and infusion processes for PET radiopharmaceuticals which allows to treat more patients, while enhancing time management.