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CT scan service - technical development

eagle-i ID

http://eagle-i.itmat.upenn.edu/i/00000144-7a20-0ce1-b92b-e20280000000

Resource Type

  1. Analysis service

Properties

  1. Fee for service
    Yes
  2. Resource Description
    "Technical development projects are intended to allow researchers to use abandoned time on the CT scanner (at no charge) to develop and/or test new CT protocols, contrast agents or CT-related equipment. Due to the radiation exposure incurred with CT scans, only animals, phantoms or specimens may be scanned for this type of research. In most cases, a CT technologist will be required to operate the CT scanner and technical time is only made available when a technologist is available. All animal studies require a technologist or radiologist to operate the CT scanner. Investigators using the scanner for specimen or phantom studies, without a CT technologist, must provide a copy of their certificate of operation in fluoroscopy. The CACTIS staff will maintain these certificates."
  3. Service Fee URL
    http://www.uphs.upenn.edu/radiology/research/labs/cactis/application/phantom.html
  4. Contact
    Williams, Felicia, RT(R), CT
  5. Service Provided by
    Center for Advanced Computed Tomography Imaging Services (Penn)
  6. Website(s)
    https://www.pennmedicine.org/departments-and-centers/department-of-radiology/radiology-research/core-facilities/cactis-lab/tools-for-researchers/protocols/technical-development
  7. Related Technique
    CT scan
 
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Provenance Metadata About This Resource Record
  1. workflow state
    Published
  2. contributor
    fcoldren
  3. created
    2014-02-28T15:14:49.694-05:00
  4. creator
    fcoldren
  5. modified
    2016-05-06T16:43:50.154-04:00

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