IBC RP is a client/server system for a cyclotron facility, central radiopharmacy and academic hospital.
IBC RP is a software for radio pharmacy and Pet centers that allowing the user to follow the entire production, storage, and waste management workflow in addition to managing orders and shipping. If there is a nuclear medicine department, IBC RP also allows use of the IBC Patient Extension option with which the user will be able to also do the patient injections process while following regulatory.
The IBC Radiopharmacy software is a state of the art client-server based software system for a cyclotron facility, central pharmacy and academic hospital.
It dynamically supports you in meeting the GMP regulations that you face during your daily routine related to inventory management, material handling, preparation, batch production, quality control and delivery of PET tracers and other radiopharmaceuticals. Due to the high level of integrated automation to standardize the processes in one software system, you finally can get rid of all the different electronic tools required to record and link all data required to meet the GMP compliance.
IBC Radiopharmacy provides a single point of data entry, resulting in complete traceability from raw materials to release and delivery of manufactured multi or unit dose radiopharmaceuticals, reduction of data entry overhead and related errors, improved product quality and patient safety.
A fully digital ionisation chamber can be directly connected to a standard Windows PC system. Both system read-out and system control are managed by the IBC Radiopharmacy software. Furthermore the software can be interfaced with most dose calibrators from other vendors.
IBC Radiopharmacy supports the integration with other devices such as the TLC system and the ARGO, FEBO and CLIO dispensers.
If the facility also supports an (internal) nuclear medicine department, the IBC Radiopharmacy software can be extended with patient-related modules like injected dose registration and an HL7 or DICOM MWL link with a RIS/PACS system in order to share the patient examination planning of the facility.