Apex-InVivo™

Whole Body and Lung Counting Productivity Software
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Apex-InVivo™

Whole Body and Lung Counting Productivity Software
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An advanced in vivo counting system and a comprehensive management tool that helps monitor and maintain your counters as well as keep track of all the results they generate.

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Features

  • Comprehensive operation and management features for in vivo counting systems
  • Distributed multi-user functionality provides access to counters from any client workstation
  • Flexible calibration facilities including a verification report and calibrations that are automatically shared across different configurations
  • Quality assurance facilities with enforced scheduling policies, and failure response options
  • Data review and reanalysis facilities with analysis tracking, advanced reporting, and evaluation of all results
  • Advanced database features help manage all personnel count data, multiple analyses, and advanced search capabilities in key activities
  • Comprehensive event logging records key events to provide the traceability and reliability required
  • Comprehensive security system that controls access to all system functions and simplifies user interface based on permissions
  • Built on Genie™ 2000 spectroscopy software to provide world class analysis facilities
  • Live summed detector groups as well as multi-channel scaling (MCS) groups with defined energy ranges

Description

Apex-InVivo is the most advanced whole body and critical organ counting software on the market today. It includes features of Mirion’s well known Abacos software products, as well as features that conform to the philosophy and architecture of the Mirion Apex® software product line. This combination results in an advanced in vivo counting system and a comprehensive management tool that helps monitor and maintain your counters as well as keep track of all the results they generate.

The main counting screen shown in Figure 1 has been designed to give a user easy access to the information needed to run the counter. The status of the counter and each detector are easily identified with a glance at the screen. Colors and visual cues will indicate if the counter is in use or idle. The user can also see if a calibration is present or overdue, or if any QA parameters have gone out of tolerance. While a count is in progress, this same screen provides the user with an estimated completion time, and provides access to a variety of tools to review the spectra being collected.

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