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Best in class energy discrimination

High sensitivity

Wide selection of probes

Maintenance free, no calibration

Unique flexible probe

Works both on battery and mains power

A wide selection of probes is designed for different surgical applications, with the ability to detect at different energy levels. Our advanced solid state technology results in a precise and highly sensitive detection tool.

Each probe tip is equipped with a custom fit detection crystal to maximize the sensitivity. The gamma probes have excellent tungsten side shielding, so activity from nearby sources won’t interfere with your actual measurements.

All probe types connect to the same control unit which delivers a clear and distinctive audio signal and produces excellent energy discrimination. The complete system is easy to set up and test; no calibration is needed. The unit runs on both mains and rechargeable batteries (up to 13 hours).


Crystal Control Unit

Unit CXS-SG04 Power Audio Signal Display Present Nuclides Dimensions
mm
Wt.
Control unit Mains & rechargeable battery (13 h.) 3 signals available Illuminated, showing the actual count rate

99mTc
125I
201TI
111In
131I
Co57
511 Kev for PET
241Am for β
90Sr for β

295x150x310 5.5kg


Selection of Crystal Probes

Probe Type Radiation / Range Preset Nuclides Detector Diameter / Length Standard Tungsten Collimators Optional Tungsten Collimators
Hi-Sensitivity Wireless Probe
Flex probe
Wireless Straight Probe Gamma 99mTc, I125, I131, Co57, TI201 CsI:Tl 15mm / 240mm 40˚ No
High Sensitivity Wireless Gamma Probe optimized for SLN Biopsy for Melanoma, Breast Cancer and Prostate Cancer in open surgeries
Hi-Sens
Hi-Sens probe
Straight Gamma 99mTc, I125, Co57, I131, TI201 CsI:Tl 15mm / 220mm 40˚ 20˚, 30˚, 60˚, 90˚, 120˚
High sensitivity Gamma Probe optimized for SLN Biopsy for Melanoma, Breast Cancer and Prostate Cancer in open surgeries
Flex
Flex probe
Straight and flexible angle Gamma 99mTc, I125, Co57, TI201 CsI:Tl 15mm / 220mm 40˚ 20˚, 30˚, 60˚, 90˚, 120˚
High sensitivity Gamma Probe optimized for SLN Biopsy for Melanoma, Breast Cancer and Prostate Cancer in open surgeries. Change probe-tip from straight to angled during operation!
Laparoscopic 0
Laparoscopic probe
Straight Gamma 99mTc, I125, Co57, TI201 CsI:Tl 10mm/510mm 70˚ No
Minimally invasive Gamma-Probe for SLN Biopsy for Melanoma, Breast Cancer and Prostate Cancer, but very well suited also for Cervical Cancer and all cancer diseases in lung, abdomen,  colon and liver in MIC-surgeries.
Laparoscopic 45
Laparoscopic probe
Internal angle 45˚ Gamma 99mTc, I125, Co57, TI201 CsI-Tl 10mm / 510mm 70˚ No
Minimally invasive Gamma-Probe for SLN Biopsy for Melanoma, Breast Cancer and Prostate Cancer, but very well suited also for Cervical Cancer and all cancer diseases in lung, abdomen,  colon and liver in MIC-surgeries.
Laparoscopic 90
Laparoscopic probe
Internal angle 90˚ Gamma 99mTc, I125, Co57, TI201 CsI-Tl 10mm / 510mm 70˚ No
Minimally invasive Gamma-Probe for SLN Biopsy for Melanoma, Breast Cancer and Prostate Cancer, but very well suited also for Cervical Cancer and all cancer diseases in lung, abdomen,  colon and liver in MIC-surgeries.
Midi
Beta probe
Straight Gamma 99mTc, I125, Co57, TI201 CsI:Tl 10mm / 250mm 70˚ No
Special Gamma-Probe for SLN Biopsy for Melanoma, Breast Cancer and Prostate Cancer in open surgeries with small operation wounds and in the head and neck region
Beta
Beta probe
Straight Beta / Gamma 14C, Y, Sr90 Si-pin 12mm / 220mm 40˚ No
Standard Beta/Gamma-Probe for detecting low-energy (< 40keV) Gamma-nuclides and BETA-nuclides (140 keV...2 MeV) in SLN Biopsy for Melanoma, Breast and Prostate Cancer or other applications in open surgeries.
PET
PET probe
Straight Gamma PET, 99mTc, I125, Co57, I131, TI201 CsI:Tl 20mm or 30mm
(2 versions); 220 mm
40˚ No
Special Gamma-Probe for SLN Biopsy for Melanoma, Breast Cancer and Prostate Cancer in open surgeries with FDG or other positron-emitting nuclides.

 


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