Florbetapir-PET scans show that midlife adults with two or more vascular risk factors are significantly more likely to have greater levels of amyloid deposits in their brains later in life than peers with no such risk factors, according to a study published April 11 in the Journal of the American Medical... Read More


Using data on absolute myocardial blood flow reserve gained through rubidium-82 PET imaging is prognostic of death, MI, and other major cardiovascular events, a single-center study found.

Patients with impaired myocardial flow reserve had higher incidences of MI and cardiac death, even when their summed stress... Read More


A brain scan to detect Alzheimer’s disease could be available in hospitals worldwide within the next year and could boost efforts to detect the degenerative and fatal condition, experts said on Monday.

The technique, known as a positron emission tomography (PET) scan, can find and analyze a protein known as... Read More


Cardiovascular Business Magazine

Positron’s Attrius PET System is highlighted in the April edition of Cardiovascular Business Magazine.
To view the whole edition please click on the link below.

CVB April Edition


Cardiovascular Business (CVB) focuses on the business and economics behind the foremost clinical, interventional, and surgical and information technologies as well as pharmaceuticals and related products that are key to achieving a successful integrated cardiovascular practice.

The Attrius is highlighted in the... Read More


Global imaging services market: §11.6B by 2015

January 13, 2011 – The global medical imaging equipment services market is expected to produce $11.6 billion in revenues by 2015, according to a new report by market research firm Global Industry Analysts.

Why? Key factors driving market growth include increased demand for older equipment servicing in a tight... Read More