The IBC Nuclear Medicine software is a complete client/server system for nuclear medicine departments.
IBC NM software supports your daily activities in the nuclear medicine department with respect to patient examination planning, radiopharmaceutical and syringe preparation, stock and waste management, dose measurement and injection to the patient, while following the guidelines of regulatory.
IBC Nuclear Medicine is a state of the art client-server management system for the nuclear medicine departments of hospitals and clinics. IBC NM adopts a flexible approach, allowing you to configure standard workflows dynamically and according to GMP regulation. Due to its flexible approach, the software can be configured such that your workflow can be standardized and according to GMP regulation.
The IBC Nuclear Medicine software supports your daily activities in the nuclear medicine department with respect to patient examination planning, radiopharmaceutical and syringe preparation, stock and waste management, dose measurement and injection to the patient.
When administering syringes to patients, the software provides the possibility to measure the syringe just before administration and directly after administration to the patient. The remainder is automatically added to your waste and the exactly administered dose can be returned to the RIS/PACS system if a connection is available.
The software supports the use of a barcode scanner which reduces data entry errors. For dose measuring, the software has a fully integrated link with your dose calibrator – manual entry of the measured dose is not needed. The software supports quality controls for the connected dose calibrators (like daily check and linearity tests).
With IBC Nuclear Medicine, it is possible to import the patient examination planning directly from the RIS/PACS system via DICOM Worklist or HL7.
When you have the IRIS injector, an electronic (wireless) link is available between the IBC Nuclear Medicine software and the IRIS with respect to the examination planning, patient details and planned doses to inject.
In combination with the FEBO dispensing device, the IBC Nuclear Medicine software keeps track on the planned units to dispense and inject, including registration of the actually dispensed dose.