Jan 20 2016

10 Commonly Used Items That Are Radioactive

#1 Spark Plugs Spark plugs with radioactive polonium-210 are highly collectible and very hard to find. Polonium-210 has been immortalized by the KGB spy who ingested the radioactivity and died three weeks later due to acute radiation poisoning. Spark plugs are used to deliver electric currents through engines. In 1929, a patent was granted to […]
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Jul 31 2015

Recent Advances in Radioembolism Therapy for the Treatment of Liver Cancer

Welcome to the first in our new monthly “Recent Advances” blog series, where we bring you the latest developments in the use of NM-related techniques for the diagnosis and/or treatment of common disease. In this inaugural issue we discuss the use of radioembolism therapy for the treatment of liver cancer. Radioembolism involves the injection of […]
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Apr 08 2015

SNMMI Annual Meeting Heads to Baltimore

Each year ec² Software Solutions has the privilege of attending the industry’s premier education and research meeting in molecular imaging and nuclear medicine. SNMMI always  provides the nuclear medicine and molecular imaging community with the most up-to-date information in the field. We look forward to joining more than 4,000 attendees  this year in Baltimore, MD, for the 2015 Annual Meeting. This year’s educational program provides […]
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Mar 23 2015

CryptoWall, the Virus du Jour

  Even tech-savvy computer users (especially those in the software industry!) will eventually suffer the effects of a virus. The latest threat is known as CryptoWall, and like many of its predecessors, it is a Trojan horse type virus. As with most viruses, CyptoWall delivers its nasty payload via an email attachment or other non-threatening […]
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Mar 19 2015

Proton Beam Therapy as an Alternative to Traditional Radiation

The process of determining cancer treatment options can be overwhelming at best. The idea of having an induced sunburn due to radiation therapy or loss of hair from chemotherapy are concerns that have a significant impact. While no one wants to deal with these concerns, it is a part of the process that has to […]
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Dec 17 2014

Budgeting for the End of the Year – We Have Options

When looking to run your nuclear medicine department, you want software that will meet your team’s every need. But once you’ve made that decision, you may still need to get your purchase approved by department heads. Every organization is different, but many have capital budget requirements. Perhaps you have extra money to spend in 2014. […]
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Dec 10 2014

BIODOSE VERSION 15

At ec2 Software Solutions we are excited to release Version 15 of our Isotope Tracking Software – BioDose. Version 15. If you are unfamiliar with BioDose, here is an overview and a sneak peak of verion 15. OVERIEW BioDose is one of the leading names in isotope tracking software, and is designed to simplify scheduling, […]
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Dec 05 2014

NMIS Version 15

By listening to our customers and implementing their suggestions we have developed a comprehensive solution for all departments. Here is an overview of our NMIS product suite including a sneak peak of version 15. NMIS OVERVIEW NMIS was created in 1985 as a way to manage basic record keeping for Nuclear Medicine departments. It has […]
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Dec 02 2014

Run Your Nuclear Pharmacy Your Way

When looking for software to run your nuclear pharmacy, customization is key. Every organization is different having unique concentrations for their own nuclear medicine operations and procedures. ec² Software Solutions created their RMIS to provide your team the flexibility needed to run your nuclear pharmacy operation on your terms. RMIS allows you to electronically place […]
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Nov 25 2014

Flexibility with Patient Reporting

A PET (positron emission tomography) test is a powerful test that can assist in the diagnosis and treatment of disease. PET scans can detect and stage most cancers. They can also give physicians important early information about heart disease and many neurological disorders, like Alzheimer’s. But in a hospital setting, collecting and reporting test information […]
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