CVIT (Cardiovascular Imaging Technologies)

Cardiovascular Imaging Technologies (CVIT) is a provider of cardiac specific research and technology solutions. CVIT offers a suite of software products for quantitative image reconstruction, review, analysis and kinetic modeling.

ImagenPRO:  A cardiac PET software environment for processing and interpreting cardiac PET studies. Offers interactive misregistration correction, iterative OSEM reconstruction for non-gated and ECG gated datasets, 3D Fourier based, “Butterworth” noise suppression, a patented Bayesian iterative transmission reconstruction algorithm, and DICOM export to most image review environments.

ImagenSPECT:  Advanced image correction and reconstruction algorithms, including iterative reconstruction, resolution recovery, motion correction with True 3D Post-Filtering, and exports into Cedars Cardiac Suite, Emory Cardiac Toolbox or 4DM-SPECT.

ImagenMD:  Provides automatic tools for assessing cardiac PET image quality, including assessment of emission count density, transmission map quality, intrascan motion, and misregistration. Provides an interactive viewing environment and DICOM export.

Imagen3D: Imagen3D™ works in conjunction with ImagenPRO® as an additional processing step for 3D PET (septa retracted mode) data. Utilizing a Monte Carlo simulation, data is automatically corrected for scatter and prompt gamma photons. It then is exported to the ImagenPRO® program for processing.

ImagenQ: ImagenQ™ provides estimates of absolute PET quantification at peak stress, at rest, and provides a peak stress/rest perfusion “reserve” ratio. ImagenQ™ uses the dynamic concentration of tracer in the blood to calculate the absolute PET quantification for stress, rest and reserve. ImagenQ™ also allows the user to perform quality assessments, automatically visualize PET quantification calculations and manually select myocardial boundaries.


Official Website

ImagenPROImagenSPECT, ImagenMD , Imagen3D, ImagenQ

Tutorials: Video Tutorial, About PageTrainingOrder

Publications: Use Case 1, Use Case 2


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